ZigBee Home Automation Market 2019-2024 : Global Key Players Atmel, Digi International …

Global ZigBee Home Automation Market 2018 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2024 focuses on vital dynamics of …

Global ZigBee Home Automation Market 2018 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2024 focuses on vital dynamics of ZigBee Home Automation market. The report computes the industry growth trend using former data and judges future possibilities. Constraints and development perspectives are presented after a profound understanding of the development of the market. It broadly offers the market segment, development, trends, and prediction for the period 2019-2024. Key challenges faced by the market are explored further. The report enables the user to study and find out the future insights and provides the analysis data to boost the business. The overall data is generated by considering its basic data of the market.

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The market report offers the framework of progress to the several connected networks of businesses under it, which include various companies, industries, organizations, suppliers, dealers, as well as local producers. The research study has a clear objective to mark possible shareholders of the company. Leading companies are developing and offering better product and services to gain crucial customer base from both a local and global perspective. Industry chain framework is highlighted further, offering an executive summary of market evolution. It splits the global ZigBee Home Automation market based on product, segmentation, and regions. The history data 2014-2018 and forecast data 2019-2024 is studied.

Key companies profiled in the market report are Atmel, Digi International, Freescale Semiconductor, GreenPeak Technologies, NXP Semiconductors, Silicon Laboratories, STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments, AAC Technologies, Aclara Technologies, Autani, Computime, Energate, HPL Electric And Power, Itron, Legrand, Melange Systems, Microchip Technology, MMB Networks, OKI Semiconductor, Profile Systems, SENA Technologies, Tendril Networks, TimeLox, Trilliant, Telegesis, and more in term of company basic information, product introduction, application, specification, production, revenue, price and gross margin (2014-2019), etc.

On the basis of regions, the research report covers almost all the major regions across the globe such as

North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)

Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)

Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)

South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia etc.)

Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

These regions are anticipated to show an upward growth in the years to come.

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Under a competitive prospect section, the report reveals a broad array of features important for measuring the current and future performance of the ZigBee Home Automation market as well as technological advancements, business abstract, market position, and the leading market players. Additionally, key aspects including customer base, sales reach, production price trends, production cost, and local coverage has been analyzed.

Moreover, in this report, a thorough and up-to-date statistical analysis on the global ZigBee Home Automation market is given. Other critical factors including import-export details, sales, regional presence, manufacturer analysis, and competitive structure are also served. Besides, it also delivers chain structure, upstream and downstream buyers, market volume and sales revenue. The research study breaks down each real aspect of the worldwide market by particulars of the product, limitations, difficulties, and growth opportunities. Further, you will also find key dimensions including gross proceeds, CAGR, cost organization, manufacturing ability, commercial analysis, and future growth trends.

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Federal safety regulators scolded Elon Musk over “misleading statements” on Tesla safety

Federal safety regulators accused Elon Musk of issuing “misleading statements” on his company’s Tesla Model 3 last year, sending a …

Faiz Siddiqui

San Francisco-based tech reporter covering automation and the future of transportation, including Tesla, Uber and Lyft

August 7 at 4:17 PM

Federal safety regulators accused Elon Musk of issuing “misleading statements” on his company’s Tesla Model 3 last year, sending a cease-and-desist letter after the chief executive claimed it was safer than other vehicles.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration admonished Musk for claiming the vehicle had “the lowest probability” of injury ever tested by the agency in its safety ratings program, according to the document obtained by government and legal transparency group PlainSite. That’s because NHTSA said the mass of a vehicle plays a role in passengers surviving crashes, something that’s not directly comparable between cars of differing sizes, despite the Model 3′s five-star rating.

NHTSA referred the matter to the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, it said, to determine whether that statements constituted “unfair or deceptive acts or practices.” The documents show NHTSA also subpoenaed information from Tesla on crashes involving its vehicles.

[Tesla floats fully self-driving cars as soon as this year. Many are worried about what that will unleash.]

The publication of the letters is the latest in a string of woes for Tesla, which has had a rocky few months after a tweet by Musk last year in which he said he had secured funding to take the company private. After an investigation, the Securities and Exchange Commission and Musk agreed he would pay a $20 million fine and relinquish his company chairmanship. The company’s stock has plunged since hitting its all-time high in 2017, falling from nearly $390 to close at $233.42 Wednesday.

Regulators and industry executives have also criticized Musk for his bold predictions on launching a vehicle capable of “full self-driving” as soon as this year, followed by a robotaxi fleet next year, The Washington Post has reported. Those people say that the move to launch the largely unproved and unregulated technology could prove detrimental to the overall industry’s attempts to put self-driving cars on the road.

Tesla has faced lawsuits over its Autopilot technology, which has been active in at least three fatal crashes in the United States. And Consumer Reports said in May that Tesla was showing “what not to do on the path toward self-driving cars” with its Navigate on Autopilot feature, which it said was “far less competent” than a human driver.

In 2017, Tesla launched its mass-market Model 3 electric car, which starts at an online price of less than $40,000. The car has proved a popular choice among consumers, helping boost the company to record deliveries last quarter. The Model 3 — along with Tesla’s luxury models — has disrupted the larger automotive industry, which is still working to catch up with its own fully electric vehicles.

[The Technology 202: I drove a Tesla Model 3 and here’s what I learned: Trust but verify]

Tesla’s Model 3 earned a five-star safety rating from NHTSA in every category, the highest designation available, according to Tesla. The Model 3 also earned a five-star safety rating in Europe’s NCAP safety assessment.

Still, “frontal crash test data cannot determine whether a Model 3 would fare better in a real world frontal collision with, for instance, a significantly heavier SUV,” NHTSA said in its letter. Heavier vehicles typically offer passengers a higher chance of surviving a crash and avoiding injury. “To say that Tesla’s midsize sedan has a lower probability of injury than, say a larger SUV could be interpreted as misunderstanding safety data, an intention to mislead the public, or both.”

In response to the allegations in the NHTSA letter, Tesla pointed to previous statements defending its use of the language in question and claiming it arose from NHTSA’s own statements.

“Tesla’s blog statements are entirely based on actual test results and NHTSA’s own calculations for determining relative risk of injury and probability of injury,” wrote Alan Prescott, Tesla’s deputy general counsel, in excerpts of his response letter provided by Tesla. “Based on the foregoing, we do not see a reason to discontinue use of our safety blog or these statements as long as no other vehicle surpasses the Model 3 Long Range RWD’s Vehicle Safety Score and overall probability of injury.”

The NHTSA letter flagged a Tesla blog post titled “Model 3 achieves the lowest probability of injury of any vehicle ever tested by NHTSA,” which remains on its website.

[Tesla loss shows perils of lower-priced Model 3]

The FTC declined to comment on whether it had opened an investigation or reached a resolution on the matter. NHTSA said that it is committed to rigorous oversight of the industry.

NHTSA’s subpoenas appeared to include requests for information on Tesla crashes in multiple locations — including in Delray Beach, Fla., and Mountain View, Calif.

Walter Huang, a 38-year-old Apple engineer, died after a fiery wreck while driving his Tesla Model X SUV on Autopilot in Mountain View in March 2018, authorities have said. Jeremy Banner, 50, was killed while Autopilot was active when his Model 3 collided with a tractor-trailer in Delray Beach, according to authorities.

The crashes have raised questions over the safety of Tesla’s Autopilot driver-assistance system, which keeps cars within their lanes and performs steering functions, among other features.

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IoT Cloud Global Market 2019:2026, By Top Players – Intel Corporation, Ayla Networks, Artik Cloud …

The key players covered in this study – Intel Corporation , Ayla Networks , Artik Cloud , AWS IOT , GE Predix , Google , Microsoft , IBM Watson IoT …

Global IoT Cloud Market 2019:2026

The New Research report on IoT Cloud market, studies the intense structure of the IoT Cloud market, it breaks down the business from a 360-degree point of view from the essential market information and moving to various critical aspects which empowers the user to gain details of the ecosystem of the IoT Cloud market. The IoT Cloud report shows a full prediction of global IoT Cloud market based on CAGR which offered report in terms of % for the foretasted period. This will help the users to make definite decisions based on prediction chart.

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Global IoT Cloud market is classified into regions namely, North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia-Pacific, Japan, Middle East, India and Africa. Several companies with product offerings have developed in-house capabilities to generate high quality products with short turn-around times to meet varying research requirements. Technological advancements in IoT Cloud market has boost research activities, demand for research and development.

The key players covered in this study – Intel Corporation , Ayla Networks , Artik Cloud , AWS IOT , GE Predix , Google , Microsoft , IBM Watson IoT , ThingWorx , Salesforce , Telit DeviceWise , Xively , Zebra Zatar Cloud , WebNMS , Oracle ,

The average annual growth rate of IoT Cloud market was xx million $ in 2017 to xx million $ in 2018, The worldwide market for IoT Cloud is expected to grow at a CAGR of xxx% over the next five years, will reach xxx million US$ in 2024, from xx million US$ in 2019, according to a new GIR (Global Info Research) study.

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Smart Factory Market – Increasing industries of Refurbished Robots Drives Growth

IBM Watson Internet of Things (IoT) and ABB Ability is a potent automation combination that will help in improving the production lines by recognizing …

Global Smart Factory Market: Overview

Smart factories have gained huge traction in the past couple of years owing to the increasing adoption of intelligence technologies in various industries including energy, mining, manufacturing, and petrochemicals. Increasing use of high-tech tools and high-tech machinery portrays a beautiful combination of manufacturing and technological developments.

Another significant factor driving growth in the global smart factory marketis the industrial shift towards cyber world. In this, every component of value chain likely to be connected to ensure informed manufacturing with zero defects and no-time lags that will further augments demand in this market.

Global Smart Factory Market: Notable Developments

General Electronic and Siemens are two eminent players in the global smart factory market. The former provides industrial automation solutions on different process and discrete industries and latter holds majority in the smart factory market.

GE’s Intelligent Platform business division offers software and hardware technology platforms by mainly focusing on selling through solution providers. Siemens holds a competitive edge in petrochemical, oil and gas, and chemical industries. Some of the other companies are also making significant efforts in expanding smart factory market.

  • Schneider Electric collaborating with Temasek, collectively entered an agreement to buy Larsen & Toubro’s Electrical & Automation business. They will then collaborate it with its Low Voltage & Industrial Automation Products business situated in India. This agreement will help both the companies to strengthen their position in this region.
  • IBM partnered with ABB for industrial artificial intelligence solutions. ­IBM Watson Internet of Things (IoT) and ABB Ability is a potent automation combination that will help in improving the production lines by recognizing critical faults over manufacturing process.

Several other players are also making significant efforts in expanding the global smart factory market by using different strategies and techniques. Some of the leading players include Schneider Electric, ABB, FANUC, Emerson Electric, General Electric, Yokogawa Electric, Honeywell International, Rockwell Automation, Mitsubishi Electric, Siemens, and Robert Bosch.

Global Smart Factory Market: Trends and Opportunities

Among the recent trends seen in the global smart factory market, includes development of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), data models for rapid usage, and factory-specific templates. Moreover, increasing industries of refurbished robots coupled with untapped fields such as industrial robots and RFID are projected to create lucrative growth opportunities in the global smart factory market.

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Increasing R and D Activities by Institutions Led Dominance of Asia Pacific in Smart Factory Market

Geographically, Asia Pacific is expected to hold dominant share in the global smart factory market. Presence of dominant players such as Yokogawa, Mitsubishi Electric, Omron, and Fanuc led dominance of Asia Pacific in this market. In addition, increasing use of automotive technologies and technological innovations in various industrious industries also fueled growth in this market.

Among the various developing economies in Asia Pacific, China has been using advanced industrial practices by implementing automation technologies in manufacturing sector. Information integration and intellectualization are the central focus of the government policies, which also contributed in the growth of the Asia Pacific smart factory market.

Moreover, various research institutions and organizations are working together to improve manufacturing processes in China. Japan is also playing a significant role in boosting growth in this market. Prominent three companies namely Honda, Suzuki, and Toyota are working towards creating smart factories by developing manufacturing sensors, robots, machine vision systems, and wireless technologies. These initiatives will also spur growth in this market.

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Wayve joins Britain’s most-funded driverless car startups

Existing Wayve investors, such as Balderton Capital and Firstminute Capital, are also said to be interested in putting more money into the startup.

Cambridge-based firm Wayve is joining the ranks of Britain’s most-funded driverless car startups.

Wayve was launched by Cambridge PhDs Amar Shah and Alex Kendall. The company’s technology aims to enable driverless cars to navigate even on unknown roads.

The startup is now set to secure around $20 million in funding from investors which include Lastminute.com founder Brent Hoberman and Silicon Valley fund Eclipse.

Lior Susan, Founder of Eclipse, is leading the funding round according to Companies House filings. Susan will take a board seat at Wayve following the round.

Existing Wayve investors, such as Balderton Capital and Firstminute Capital, are also said to be interested in putting more money into the startup.

Wayve clearly has significant interest and it’s not hard to see why – the startup combines powerful technology with several of the current buzzwords attractive to investors.

Rival solutions like Google’s Waymo use lasers for driverless navigation. Wayve argues the use of lasers is expensive and instead it pairs machine learning algorithms with standard cameras.

Shah has previously said Wayve aims to build driverless cars with smarter “brains” than competitors like Google and Uber through better artificial intelligence.

Wayve has already been testing driverless vehicles on the streets of Cambridge since last year.

The main vehicle used by Wayve for its tests is Renault’s compact two-seater Twizy. Wayve has also tested its technology on the much-larger Jaguar I-PACE SUV.

Driverless car firms in Britain, such as Five AI and Oxbotica, continue to attract some of the most investment in Europe -– but they still fall somewhat behind the billions pumped into US companies.

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