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   IOT JOURNAL NEWSLETTER | FEB. 3, 2016
   » Cheap Oil and IoT Don't Mix
   » Fashion Meets Function at Bosch Plant
   » How to Scale Industrial IoT
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Building a Better Mouse (or Raccoon, Skunk, You-Name-It) Trap With IoT
Remote monitoring systems have given pest-control agencies near-real-time visibility into the status of animal traps, reducing fuel and labor costs.
By Mary Catherine O'Connor
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Consumer and Industrial IoT Merge at Bosch Assembly Plant
A control systems engineer has created a solution that uses the Pebble smart watch to alert assembly line workers regarding production faults, and says it has boosted productivity—and morale.
By Mary Catherine O'Connor
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At Reeperbahn Music Festival, Beacons Serve as Digital DJs
The Logbook tool in the festival's mobile app leverages beacons to create playlists for attendees of the music industry event, which features hundreds of musicians.
By Mary Catherine O'Connor
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EDITOR'S NOTE
Could Cheap Oil Derail Ag Tech?
Internet of Things technologies hold great promise for the agriculture industry, but they're not always an easy sell.
By Mary Catherine O'Connor
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EXPERT VIEW
Three Guidelines to Ensure IoT Availability at Industrial Scale
The Internet of Things' potential to improve industrial processes is huge. But so is its potential to derail them—unless these important safeguards are put into place.
By John Fryer
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