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Smart home and IoT are rapidly growing branches of IT. But turning your home into a place packed with electronics can get pretty expensive pretty fast. Most smart switches cost around 60$ just for one light. Given the number of lights in a house, the amount of money you’d have to invest gets really high. Add to it the fact that when you decide to buy one brand of switches you also need to look for other devices compatible with the ones you have, and you get a major headache that turns many people away from smart home technology.
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Quick Review - Indoorway SDK

Indoorway SDK Beacons have been constantly gaining popularity since 2013 when Apple introduced the iBeacon technology in 2013, and Google their Eddystone in 2015. Today, beacons are used in airports, stadiums, and shopping malls. Mobile marketers are showing more and more interest in this technology every year, and today it is valued at about 98 billion dollars.
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🎄 Hello, Hello! 🌲 🎄🌲🌲🎄 🌲🎄🎄🎄 I’d like to welcome you all to the Christmas (and the first ever) release of our IoT newsletter. In today's edition there is a new exciting update for smart watches, sound powered glasses, some next year predictions and a lot of Christmas joy. Come on for some reading.
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Introduction Nowadays, the Bluetooth technology is widely used for general mobile phone and wireless IoT solutions, this last one thanks to the implementation of the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) standard suitable for battery-powered IoT sensors.
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Introduction to HomeKit

Smart home devices aren’t something new for us. These days we have many things that you can control using your computer or phone. Not so long ago such things only appeared in movies but nowadays it’s a generally available technology. We can install a window opener in your house which is connected to the Internet or smart switches and door locks which we can open with your phone.
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Introduction Nowadays, IoT sensors are almost everywhere and they can sense information that may affect privacy or reveal information that wasn’t intended if it leaks. Particularly, Wireless Sensor Networks(later called WSN) are used extensively in many applications related with health monitoring, environmental monitoring, military purposes and home automation. Security of the privacy rights and the system from malicious attacks is vital when talking about this kind of applications because of the information they sense, plus the combined computational power. Unfortunately, since individually they are not wealthy regarding computational power and battery life, WSNs are not able to deal with traditionals cryptography algorithms to secure data transmission. That’s why other methods and algorithms must be designed and used for IoT systems.
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Introduction Have you ever wondered what it takes to build good IoT product? How much effort does it take to create useful solution which will work safely and serve many clients? It can take a lot of time to do it. Fortunately there are some services like Google Cloud IoT or Amazon AWS IoT which try to help developers overcome all of common obstacles and make the work much easier. Today we will talk more closely about Amazon services. The main goal of their platform which was launched in 2015 is to offer tools that will help to spend more time on product development and not on common tasks that could be easily automated.
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The word ‘startup’ has become very popular these days. So many of us have had an idea for a great product for a long time in their minds, but only a few have decided to do something more with them. There are many reasons behind this lack of activity, however, one of the most popular reasons is that we don’t have the skills in a particular area. Today, I would like to tell you my story, where two students with no knowledge of a field decided to create a prototype of their idea and participate in the Nordic Semiconductor Student Contest. Those students decided not to create something that looks like a real product, but something that really works.
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MQTT (the acronym that, apparently, shouldn’t be expanded to Message Queue Telemetry Transport anymore) is a communication protocol focused on energy efficiency, data-transfer minimization, and assurance of delivery. These three qualities make it the perfect choice for any Internet of Things projects where the Internet connection is given but can be unreliable. Definitions aside, we can use MQTT for:
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The ZigBee or ZigBee/IEEE 802.15.4 protocol is a specification created for wireless networking. It includes hardware and software standard design for WSN (Wireless sensor network) requiring high reliability, low cost, low power, scalability and low data rate. ZigBee-style self-organizing ad-hoc digital radio networks were conceived in the 1990s, but the IEEE 802.15.4-2003/ZigBee specification was ratified on December 14, 2004. And only half year later the ZigBee Alliance announces availability of Specification 1.0 (on June 13, 2005).
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