NATO countries recently agreed that JANUS is the NATO standard for digital underwater communications. It is the first time that a digital underwater communication protocol has been recognized internationally and paves the way for a standardized “Underwater Internet of Things”. The protocol is a way of encoding information into soundRead More →

U.S. Patent No. 9,219,978 adds value to GTX IP’s overall portfolio and significantly strengthens its position in a rapidly growing multi-billion dollar market Los Angeles, California – (UPTICK Newswire – March 2, 2016) – GTX Corp (OTCQB: GTXO), a pioneer and global provider of portable personal tracking technologies, has beenRead More →

The The Transform Technology Summits begin October 13 with Low-Code / No Code: Enabling Enterprise Agility. Register now! Since Nest Labs started selling its learning thermostat in 2011, consumers have responded to its simplicity and how well it works. It wasn’t the first thermostat on the market, but it likelyRead More →

When the OpenADR Alliance rolled out its standard second-generation communications protocol, the organization estimated that three types would meet industry needs. It turns out that the industry mostly wants only one. The OpenADR 2.0 standard, which is a communications protocol for automated demand response, was initially to be released inRead More →

NASA and the European Space Agency have announced that they have successfully tested an Internet-like interplanetary communication protocol, called Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN), between astronauts on the International Space Station and a Lego-built robot in Germany. More than 225 miles separate the two. NASA and ESA said yesterday that DTNRead More →