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As laws have become very strict in limiting device usage while driving, the need for instant, streamlined communication is more pertinent than ever. This is especially true for delivery drivers and vehicle fleet management companies. Solution providers such as Wireless Communications and Electronics are working with transportation industry customers and using IoT solutions to keep their operations safe, efficient and connected with the push of a button.  

For driverless car startups, raising capital seems to happen on autopilot.
Hope? Reality? Hype? Consumers are understandably confused by the near-future of driverless cars.

Airports are busier than ever before as travelers board flights for work and pleasure around the world. In this super competitive market, airports are vying to bring more customers to their gates for a safe trip.  Lavi Industries turned to IoT to help Dallas/Fort Worth Internation put a stop to multiple travel tripping points that were frustrating travelers. 

Watch this video to see how IoT solutions based on Intel technology help eggs get from the coop to the kitchen in one piece, keeping them fresh along the way. 

Smart cities drowning in traffic and congestion are looking for new ways to tackle the last-mile problem of helping commuters get to major transit stations. While bike-sharing options are popping up around the country, a new contender, LimeBike, is trying an alternative solution—a dockless system of smart bikes that can be unlocked by a rider via a mobile app. 

Autonomous cars are getting closer to driving our roads and highways. Sponsors make adjustments to move legislation forward.

Moving to drone-driven inspections enables insurers to reap myriad benefits while speeding up the adjusting process. The drones are hard at work in Texas and Florida now, and by 2020, insurance is expected be one of the top five markets served by commercial drones.

Have you ever felt overloaded by too much sensory input? The results can be problematic, even risky - if you're driving. The same holds true for trains, ships, oil rigs, and many other industrial assets.

While many types of property theft have declined in recent years, bicycle theft is on the rise. According to FBI statistics, bike thefts result in an estimated $4.6 million in property loss each year in the United States. Fortunately, new IoT-based security and tracking technology has the potential to make a dent in theft and help police locate owners of stolen bikes. 

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