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New Solution Helps Monitor Sleep Apnea
In Europe, approximately 2-5% of the population suffers from a disorder called sleep apnea caused by pauses in breathing during sleep and subsequent drowsiness during the day, along with a broad spectrum of serious medical conditions. Most often, sleep apnea is treated with a CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) device that provides a constant, steady airflow during the night.

Innovative Collar Tracks Pet Vitals
If dogs and cats could talk, they would be able to tell us when they didn’t feel well. Unfortunately, our nonverbal friends don’t have that option. Luckily, PetPace,, has created a smart collar for dogs and cats which will track the vitals of any household pet more than 8-lbs. Each collar is shockproof and ruggedized for outdoor use, and has an adjustable strap in small, medium, or large, fitting dogs up to and more than 160-lbs.

Voice-Operated Smart-Home Security
ADT,, is adding to its smart-home technology with the introduction of a new, voice-controlled home-security app.

Sensibo Starts Production on Smart AC Device
In 10 days, Sensibo,, surpassed its Indiegogo crowdfunding goal of $70,000 and was taking steps toward manufacturing its easy-to-use device to transform a remote-controlled air conditioner into a smart system.

Bluetooth Air Purifier for Allergy Sufferers
Most consumers, especially those who suffer from allergies, have given some thought to the air quality in their city or hometown. But some scientists say it’s the air quality inside our homes that the general public should really worry about—especially when combined with outdoor air that enters the home. What if each allergy sufferer had a connected device to help manage indoor air quality?

Smart Locks: Accessibility Leads to Adoption
Connected home-security solutions offer an obvious value proposition: the ability to access realtime data about your home or business, even when you’re not there. Perhaps this is why these solutions are catching on among consumers and business owners. Perhaps this is also why device and solution providers are working to offer more innovative, value-added solutions to today’s connected public.

Monitor Your Baby Via A Smartphone
Innovations of iBaby,, technology allows parents and guardians to monitor their child on the iBaby Monitor M6 wherever they are via Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G-enabled smartphones and tablets. Smart-family care and wellness products are implementing new technologies to make their products more efficient.

Tridium Acquires Analytics Engine
Without analytics to turn raw data into actionable information, M2M is simply not as valuable as it could be. Recent M&A (merger and acquisition) activity in the machine-to-machine space will provide access to cloud-based data analytics for machine-to-machine customers who operate buildings.

Rachio’s Smart Sprinkler Cuts Down Water Usage
In an effort to help customers consume as little water as possible while maintaining a beautiful, green lawn, Rachio,, launched the Iro Smart Sprinkler Controller at Home Depot locations across the country.

Connecting Man’s Best Friend
We talk a lot about how connected devices can change human lives by making us more productive, more energy efficient, and more proactive about our health. But what about man’s best friend? M2M-enabled devices and solutions can impact pets’ lives, too, even integrating pet data with their owners’ data.

USI Selects GreenPeak for Smart Home
Global company in design and manufacturing of wireless module solutions, USI (Universal Scientific Industrial Co.),, pairs with GreenPeak Technologies,, for the development of the new ZigBee module within the smart-home market.

iPowow Platform Gamify’s Suits Marathon
USA Network’s Suits fans can become a part of the show during a six-hour marathon starting Friday, June 6, at midnight using iPowow,, an interactive media company.

ADT and Life360 Team-Up for Home Security
A partnership involving leaders in security and location-based services for families will expand mobile services in the area of personal security.

Apple Unveils Home Kit
Apple,, began its WorldWide Developer Conference with news of its entry into the home-automation market with a new software platform, Home Kit. The platform allows for a user to control lights, thermostats, security systems, and other connected devices from an iPad or iPhone.

Hamburg to Become a ‘Smart City’
We have smart cellphones, smart televisions, smart cars, and even smart baby monitors, but most of us don’t live in a “smart city.” At least, not yet. As the Internet of Things grows into the Internet of Everything, it seems many processes that make a city tick—from first responders and law enforcement to hospitals, traffic and street lights, and beyond—would benefit from the actionable data M2M technology could help collect.
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