Are you drinking enough? Ask your bottle!
With the magic of IoT you are able to monitor how much water you drink. You can also control your toaster, coffee machine, security systems, connected climate control and energy meters, smart video conferencing systems, connected printers, VoIP phones, smart fridges, and even smart lightbulbs. You will even get notification if you ran out of eggs.
A good cup of coffee takes time. From grinding the beans to brewing, it can take 15 minutes to make the perfect cup. Who has that kind of time?
Internet of Things lets you have your perfect expresso with just one tap. Check out the list of the most popular devices at hobbr.com
Make sure you've got the bacon!
At IFA 2016, British connected kitchen company Smarter announced official pre-orders for its anticipated Smarter FridgeCam. A wireless refrigerator camera which grants owners the ability to see inside their fridge without opening it, Smarter’s latest offering seems like a response to Samsung’s built-in camera bar in its Family Hub unit.
How good or bad are you in bed? Have you ever wondered how many calories you’re burning during intercourse? How many thrusts? Speed of your thrusts? The duration of your sessions? Frequency? How many different positions you use in the period of a week, month or year? Ever wondered how you stack up to other people from around the world?
IoT comes with the answers…
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So, what is IoT?
The Internet of Things is the network of physical objects or “things” embedded with electronics, software, sensors and network connectivity, enabling objects to collect and exchange data. The IoT provides objects remote access and control across existing network infrastructures, creating opportunities for integration between the physical world and computer-based systems that improve efficiency and accuracy and aid economic benefit.
While many IoT inventions may seem unnecessary (some even call them stupid), it proves endless possibilities. With the right backing, the IoT will increase security and reporting. Although the protection of most IoT devices out there is less than desirable, the are examples – like MasterCard and Visa, proving secure IoT appliance.
Last year, Mastercard introduced selfie pay to help consumers authorize payments based on facial recognition, instead of the traditional PINs and passwords. The adoption of biometrics for card security in the payments industry will reduce fraud and identity theft.
Visa is now also stepping up its game announcing its plan to “replace cash” and a full shift to cards and digital payment. The company will focus on consumer-oriented IoT devices and aims to use IoT innovation to unite digital with physical to create surface areas for alternative ways to …Continue reading via Bitdefender.com
Keep the right pressure!
Some might argue that gimmicks like those valves might not have enough usage, but I think they are just great. Even more, if you are into four-wheel driving, where correct tyre pressure is crucial in all challenging escapades.
FOBO Tire is an advanced Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) using latest Bluetooth 4.0 that works directly with your Android and iOS device. It also comes with an intelligent In-Car monitoring unit that works simultaneously with your smart phone. So that you will still get an alert in the absence of the smart phone….Continue reading via Indiegogo.com
The product Athos offers is a pair of shorts and a shirt (thereafter) equipped with a total of 22 EMG sensors (14 in the shirt, eight in the shorts), four heart rate sensors (two each) and two breathing sensors (just the shirt). From the outside, the warp-knit garments look, feel and behave like other high-end compression apparel: they have flat-seam construction, four-way stretch, moisture-wicking properties, UPF 50 treatment and are machine washable. The only noticeable difference… Continue reading via Liveathos.com
This topic will be covered in Part 2, so stay tuned.