Posts Tagged ‘Wireless at Work’
HP Anywhere helps companies develop apps and mobilize their employees, as Product Marketing Manager John Jeremiah demonstrates. The software won the MobileCON 2013 MobITS IT Favorite Award.
Duke Energy built and is operating a smart grid that is providing the utility with vast gains in operations’ productivity and efficiency, and allowing consumers more control over and cost savings with their energy use. See how residents in Charlotte, North Carolina are benefiting from Duke Energy’s smart grid technology.
Tyler Lessard, Chief Marketing Officer of Fixmo, discusses how the company’s SafeZone secure workspace solution keeps corporate data separate from personal data on wireless devices, keeping both sets of information safe.
New wireless technology and a mobile application allows amputees such as 2012 Paralympic Bronze Medalist Oksana Masters to self-adjust their prostheses and provides their doctors with user data and the ability to make remote adjustments, forgoing imprecise measurements, trips to the doctor and discomfort.
For students at Southwest High School in North Carolina, Project K-Nect is improving their math scores and confidence by using interactive learning via wireless technology. Students use tablets to collaborate in real-time with their teachers and other students, view videos and share answers, which is changing the way students do and feel about math.
As customers start to use more mobile commerce services and applications, a panel of experts gathered at MOBILECON 2012 to talk about how mcommerce is evolving and its future for consumers and regulators.
In this month’s Wireless at Work, we focus on how wireless technology is revolutionizing farming by monitoring soil and atmospheric conditions. The real-time data is made available to the farmer, allowing them to more efficiently manage their operations and save valuable time and money.
With support from The Wireless Foundation, The George Washington University provided DC-metro area first responders with mobile EKG machines. Since every second counts, this lifesaving wireless technology provides the doctors with the real-time access to the patient’s condition so they may determine the proper treatment before the patient even reaches the hospital.