BeON Home: IoT products for the mass market

To “cross the chasm” and be accessible to the general public, we believe smart home and IoT products have to solve a real need in the home, must use existing infrastructure, and embed in the current routine and “just works” for everyone in the home. Take a look around your home, light sockets are in […]

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What could be more important than helping your dog get home if he strays away or gets lost? What could be easier for someone finding your dog then tapping his collar to call you?  Simple. Yes, it’s simple because of Internet-of-Things technology that makes it possible. I created Luck-E-Dog Tag a few months ago and […]

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My presentation will cover the use of IoT and IoT-based technologies as a teaching platform. As the field of IoT has grown, it has become a field that interests many students, yet the fact that there are few standard methods of communication between devices means that it is hard to teach IoT in a classroom […]

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HandScape Inc. will make your mobile phone or tablets “see-through” so you can see and operate your gripping fingers directly, even from back panel. HandScape has multiple patents issued and pending, and is currently developing HW and SW to lead the wave of new user experience for new generation mobile devices. Our first product, a […]

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Zeidman Technologies is aiming to change the way embedded software for a real time environment is developed. SynthOS, a tool that synthesizes your application code and generates an application-specific operating system (ASOS) that is optimized for your system. The ASOS uses minimal memory (ROM and RAM) and supports low power and low cost devices. SynthOS […]

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We are debuting at CES a smart rodent control system that offers notifications and full reporting of trap success, low batteries, theft and more. The Raticator is powered by flashlight batteries and applicable for small to very large applications. Remote Monitoring White Paper (PDF)

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The promise of IoT technology via connected cars must include consumer protection to avoid a widespread consumer backlash.  The AUTOCYB is the world’s first and only vehicle cyber security lock that permits the owner to control access to the electronics network of the vehicle via the OBD2 port.  The vehicle owner has the keys. Others […]

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For twenty years, electronics manufacturers have had their eyes on mobile phones and the increase in capacity and flows. Based on the saying ‘Who can do more, can do less’, they worked on improving cellular networks, from GSM to LTE, while thinking about their technologies with a view to developing low-cost and low-energy solutions. However, […]

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This presentation will introduce the Internet of Things, its impact on organizations, identify the challenges commonly  faced in IoT as well as other trends, and touch on how standards can help this market reach its huge potential. IoT and Standards Presentation (PDF)

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Graphene-based sensors are highly sensitive, fast, inexpensive to create, and easy to use. In 2015, it’s time to realize the potential healthcare implications of the “miracle material”. Graphene Field Effect Transistors have the capability to test samples in minutes — allowing for rapid diagnosis of health issues like heart disease. Current POC diagnostics are outdated, and need a revolutionary overhaul. […]

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Home Automation is driving new Consumer Entertainment Experiences. Soon our electronics will learn and adapt to our indoor location/activities. LiveSpace provides a wireless Learning Sensor Network (LSN) for home automation and home audio/visual solutions. LiveSpace provides industry-leading occupant micro-location, room occupancy and activity awareness. LSN enables data analytics and behavioral recognition through anonymous aggregated sensor […]

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Brands struggle with iBeacon strategy, often directing a consumer’s phone to ‘wake up’ when it enters a retail environment. This type of primitive campaign leads to repetitive messaging & next generation spam rather than an interaction both brand and customer want. Inventor and CEO Dave Mathews explains why proximity must happen in the cloud to […]

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lert.ly is the first comprehensive monitoring and emergency notification system to use ultra low-power wifi technology in all of its devices.  Our approach makes installation simpler, and allows our devices to work anywhere wifi is present.  For our wearable emergency buttons, that means they can work across entire buildings and campuses, yet still have really great battery life (unlike GSM-based […]

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3Dponics created one of the first meaningful applications of 3d printing for educational use. We also have a farm automation software which allows users to monitor their farms and gardens using sensors and arduino controllers. Everything is open source and we encourage collaboration and innovation of the system. Our ultimate goal is to have the […]

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