Posts Tagged ‘Wireless at Work’
Ford Motor Company is integrating wireless technology in new ways into its line of cars to help keep drivers from getting distracted while on the road. Ford Technology Communications Manager Alan Hall demonstrates some of the latest voice-activated functions.
Motorists in downtown San Francisco are participating in a pilot project that allows them to use their wireless devices to locate empty parking spaces on city streets. This novel program is designed to reduce carbon emissions, traffic congestion and save valuable time.
Many new products in the wireless world are looking to make the whole industry, including consumers, more environmentally conscious and involved. This segment shows how products like the ones that WYSIPS, Commscope, and Wireless NGR came up with can help to improve your products while remaining green.
Mobile cloud computing is helping businesses directly access data from a mobile device. This segment shows how R&J Construction, a San Francisco-area company, is using the mobile cloud to improve its operations and ultimately, its bottom line.
Wireless is now helping us shape up! Michael Williams from Digifit, shows how to track our heart rate and cadence with iSpinner and also talks about the different mobile apps that Digitfit’s Ecosystem offers to help us improve our health and work-outs.
Numerous devices and applications are being developed and offered to patients to improve their monitoring of various chronic ailments and concerns. Chris Fickle, National Sales Manager for A&D Medical demonstrates one such device that combines Bluetooth technology with cellular to better monitor a patient’s blood pressure.
Patients suffering from chronic diseases can often benefit from having real-time information about their health, their medications, and medical assistance and guidance. WellDoc President and COO Anand Iyer talks about his company’s efforts to provide those patients new capabilities to improve their personal health.
Wireless plays an increasingly vital role in public safety, and few areas have a more collaborative and effective communications system than San Juan County, New Mexico. City, county and state law enforcement are interconnected with fire and medical care responders thanks to wireless interoperability.