T-shirt that keeps count of the steps you’ve taken, floors you’ve climbed, calories you’ve burnt, and even navigates you, outdoors!
Work of developing India’s first smart city has begun on the outskirts of Gandhinagar. Underground infrastructure and two office blocks have already been setup, and systems for drinking water on tap, automated waste collection and a dedicated power supply will come next. Apart from cutting edge communication and connected infrastructure, the government is also opting for smart planning.
Government wants to create an IoT industry in India of USD 15 billion by 2020.
This Open Source implementation will be designed to enable application developers and device manufacturers to deliver interoperable products across Android, iOS, Windows, Linux, Tizen, and more.
IIT Bombay incubated Covacsis Technologies has raised series B funding from GenNext Ventures- the VC arm of Reliance Industries and networking giant Cisco. Existing investor Blume Ventures also participated in the round.
The foreign startups featured in the IoT series based on Home Automation and Cloud ignited a series of questions in the minds of Indian readers: Is this possible in India?
Spark,Thingsquare, Carriots are those startups that in fact help you create your own Internet of Things device.
During harsh and cold winters, a responsible citizen is always in dilemma: Should I let the heating run at full power while no one is at home or bear the cold for some time after I arrive at home and start the heater?