LoRa Alliance Unveils LoRaWAN QR codes to boost IoT rollout

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The global association of companies is using the barcodes to speed up the Internet of Things expansion. The LoRa Alliance, an association of companies from around the world supporting the open LoRaWAN standard for the Internet of Things (IoT) low-power wide-area networks (LPWANs), has introduced new LoRaWAN QR codes. The barcodes are used to help with device identification and boost network management. The new LoRaWAN QR codes provide all necessary identification data for adding devices to a network. In this way, they are meant to make it very fast and…

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Internet of things commerce may be the next thing, finally

Internet of Things Commerce

The IoT is coming to the m-commerce experience and could offer a great deal to consumers. Internet of Things commerce is a concept that has been dancing around ahead of us for some time now. Science fiction movies have predicted it. Tech specialists have insisted that we’re on the edge of it. Now, it may finally be on its way. Even if it isn’t here quite yet, it does offer a considerable opportunity for consumers to enjoy. A recently released report indicates that connected devices used for Internet of Things…

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UK iBeacon Startup Linktagger joins Uber Paypal and HP at Europe’s biggest Hackathon

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UK Based Internet of Things startup Linktagger have been chosen as API providers to the largest Hackathon in Europe along side companies such as Uber, Paypal, HP and Alcatel. Linktagger will provide teams of hackers across Europe with access to its Physical Web platform. Connecting physical objects to the Internet using unique URL’s, hackers can deploy iBeacon and NFC tags as physical gateways to online content, services and create real world automation. Linktagger founder Liam Winder said “Its fantastic to be chosen to represent UK tech startups in the Hack4Europe…

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