This Week in the Internet of Things (IoT): 11/7/2014

on November 7 | by

Each week, we scour the Internet superhighway for the latest and greatest Internet of Things news. From product launches to thought leadership articles, below are our five favorite IoT items this week.

Internet of Things component market set for rapid growth

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Gartner says the Internet of Things (IoT) processor, sensor and communications markets are set to grow by 36.2 percent next year. Read more. 

How the Internet of Things is transforming law enforcement

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is starting to make waves in law enforcement. From connected guns that remember exactly when and how they were fired to wearable smart devices designed for police dogs, the IoT is becoming a go-to solution not only to improve law enforcement officers’ capabilities, but also to increase accountability and public safety. Read more.

THE CONNECTED-HOME REPORT: Forecasts And Growth Trends For The Leading ‘Internet Of Things’ Market

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Homes around the world are going to become smarter and more connected over the next five years. Overall, a fair number of mainstream consumers still don’t fully understand what connected-home devices are and how they work, and so demand hasn’t reached its full potential. However, adoption and awareness is still high for such a new category. We expect the devices to become more prevalent in the next two years, when growth will peak. Read more.

Freescale brings the Internet of Things to the vehicle

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Freescale Semiconductor (NYSE: FSL) today introduced a comprehensive hardware/software development system for enabling automotive grade Ethernet connectivity for next generation infotainment, instrument cluster, camera telematics and rear seat entertainment designs. The new solution will support real-time data transport throughout the vehicle and replace expensive digital technologies and other alternatives. Read more.

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