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   IOT JOURNAL NEWSLETTER | APR. 20, 2016
   » Uncle Sam Wants Your IoT Input
   » Oyster Farmer Makes Internet of Shellfish
   » Crowdfunding Pros and Cons
NEWS STORIES
TrackerSense Assigns Eyes and Ears to Parcels
Offering single-use or reusable trackers, a U.K. startup has attracted several couriers and postal agencies during its first six months.
By Mary Catherine O'Connor
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Massachusetts Oyster Farmer Putting IoT to Work
By employing a heat-sensing camera and attaching temperature sensors to shipments of live oysters, one aquaculturalist hopes to change how shellfish growers track their products.
By Mary Catherine O'Connor
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MyDx Is Like a Pocket Sommelier for Cannabis Connoisseurs
The device analyzes the amount of THC and other chemicals present in a small sample, while a companion smartphone app conveys a profile of the drug and its likely effects on a user.
By Mary Catherine O'Connor
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Orlando, Fla. • May 4-5, 2016
The IoT promises to change how companies interact with their customers. New devices connected to the Internet will bring greater interactivity and a wealth of new data regarding customer activity. The Internet of Things Conference, co-located with RFID Journal LIVE! 2016, will focus on how companies are using a variety of technologies, including ZigBee radios, Wi-Fi and machine-to-machine software, to connect things to the Internet, and how they are achieving real business benefits from doing so. Join business professionals interested in learning how to benefit from the IoT today.
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EDITOR'S NOTE
Wisdom of the Crowd? A Look Back at Crowdfunded IoT Projects
There's no doubt that crowdfunding can be a great tool for IoT startups, but it's no guarantee of success.
By Mary Catherine O'Connor
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EXPERT VIEWS
IoT Reality Check: What Happens When the Software Doesn't Work?
To get the Internet of Things right, you need to get the software right.
By Jyoti Bansal
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How You Can Shape the U.S. Government's Policies and Regulations Regarding the Internet of Things
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration is offering a one-of-a kind opportunity to influence the ways in which the U.S. government responds to the growth of IoT technologies.
By Ronald E. Quirk, Jr.
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About IOT Journal
IOT Journal is the leading source of news and in-depth information regarding Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. Our mission is to be the ultimate resource for businesspeople looking to understand how IoT technologies can help their company to be more efficient, flexible and responsive and to create smart products for both business-to-business and business-to-consumer markets. IOT Journal was launched in late 2014 by RFID Journal, a trusted and respected technology information resource that has been serving radio frequency identification (RFID) decision-makers worldwide—online and at face-to-face events—since 2002.
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