Case Studies (3)
Integrated Home Automation Solutions
Integrated Home Automation Solutions
Faststream Technologies
Faststream Technologies has developed a comprehensive Smart Home & Build Automation solution that helps consumers automate their home application devices and appliances, each of the devices being connected to the network, consumers can have total controls over their devices anytime anywhere with internet connectivity.Our catalog of services includes a variety of smart home options which fully automates and integrates home entertainment systems, heating, ventilation & air conditioning, home and building lighting control system, presence and intrusion detection, automation of home appliances such as refrigerators, washing machines, kettles. Our suite of products integrates with voice assistants Amazon Echo and Google Home for voice control of the entire home.
Sensor Synergy Case Study
Sensor Synergy Case Study
Lantronix
Whether sensors are stand-alone, connected to PLCs, interfaced to PCs or tied directly to networks, these devices can be found in a multitude of electronics that affect daily life – from washing machines to windshield wiper blades. Although there are a number of ways to add sensor data to a system, designers and users want to keep the sensor-to-system interface process as easy as possible, and, in many cases, users want this information to be accessible via the Internet.In recent years, the IEEE’s (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering) approval of multiple standards, coupled with the increase of factory automation suppliers differentiating themselves by developing different communications protocols, has resulted in over 50 different hardware and software interface protocols. What initially was an opportunity for factory automation suppliers to provide enhanced new features to their customers has become a challenge for sensor manufacturers. It is increasingly difficult to develop sensor solutions that will interface with all applicable protocols. To help alleviate this problem, smart sensor technology pioneer, Sensor Synergy, developed a near-universal sensor-to-Internet solution utilizing Lantronix Device Networking technologies.
AR for Workers with Intellectual Disabilities
Qualcomm
» According to the International Labour Union, “One out of every six people in the world – or 1 billion people – has a disability. Between 785 and 975 million of them are estimated to be of working age, but most do not work.”1» Many countries do not have the necessary mechanisms in place to respond to the needs of people with disabilities.» The World Health Organization cites several studies reporting that people with mental health difficulties or intellectual impairments have the lowest employment rates, including one that found people with intellectual impairments were three to four times less likely to be employed than people without disabilities — and more likely to have more frequent and longer periods of unemployment.