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dog tracker

New

by Florian Bousquet

GPS trackers – small, wearable devices used to track people, pets and animals – have made life easier for parents, pet owners, wildlife researchers, farmers, and businesses alike.

November 02, 2017

New

by Florian Bousquet

From the Apple Watch, to the Samsung Gear and Huawei 2, more and more smartwatches are popping up every day on people’s wrists. What started as a luxurious fashion accessory is becoming increasingly respected as a useful wearable.

Oktober 18, 2017

by Florian Bousquet

Ever since the Nike+ FuelBand came out in 2012, proving the appeal of wrist‑based activity tracking, the category has exploded. Nowadays, a whole industry has emerged around this market, led by brands like Fitbit and Xiaomi.

September 11, 2017
Hurrican

by Terry Hock

There seems little that can be done when faced with the destructive powers of nature. Severe weather systems such as hurricanes, typhoons, and winter storms regularly strike population centers, and their impact can be catastrophic.

August 28, 2017
u-blox_20 years

by Sven Etzold

1997 – Daniel Ammann, Jean‑Pierre Wyss and Andreas Thiel invented the world’s smallest GPS module as part of their post‑graduate research at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH).

Juli 10, 2017
sport watch

by Florian Bousquet

GPS  running watches such as Garmin Forerunner, Tomtom Spark or Polar M400, make up one of the fastest‑growing segments of the wearable device market, and for good reason.

März 15, 2017
opportunities for the connected and autonomous car

by Stefan Gudmundsson

In January 1886, Karl Benz filed patent 37435 at the German Patent Office, which was subsequently granted in November. It was for a 954cc vehicle, called the Motorwagen, that was able to deliver less than one horsepower and operated with just one front wheel.

August 12, 2016