1. Articles in category: Internet of Things

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    1. Streaming data systems take big data analytics into real-time realm

      Streaming data systems take big data analytics into real-time realm

      Satellite images add up to a lot of data -- in DigitalGlobe Inc.'s case, 50 TB of geospatial imagery on a daily basis. The imaging products and services provider augments that with text data from 10 to 15 million geo-tagged Twitter posts every day in an effort to ...

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    2. Colorado Roundup: Amazon, 2lemetry, Photobucket, and Fort Collins

      Colorado Roundup: Amazon, 2lemetry, Photobucket, and Fort Collins

      Michael Davidson

      Amazon comes to Denver for a shopping trip and leaves with a startup, Photobucket lassoes a familiar face (and one of its co-founders), and plans are coming together in Fort Collins.

      Amazon Buys 2lemetry: Amazon has purchased 2lemetry, a Denver startup that develops software for the “Internet of things.” The companies did not announce the transaction price.

      UNDERWRITERS AND PARTNERS

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    3. ‘Internet of Everything’ Thought Leader Joins BuildingDNA Board of Directors

      ‘Internet of Everything’ Thought Leader Joins BuildingDNA Board of Directors
      About BuildingDNA (www.buildingdna.co) Founded in 2009, Denver-based BuildingDNA provides powerful software solutions for Smart Buildings, Business Continuity Management and School Emergency Operations Planning. Its recurring revenue platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offering combines highly visual, dynamic indoor digital mapping with a “big data” consolidation platform.
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    4. Boomtown and Comcast Labs to build IoT lab

      Boomtown and Comcast Labs to build IoT lab

      Like most great technological advancements, the Internet of Things (IoT) allows today’s innovators to imagine a better world. The IoT could lead to a vast array of products, some of which could prove revolutionary. The thing is, the industry is still trying to identify just what those products might be. The exploration of IoT is young, its potential still a bit mysterious. That's why one Boulder-based accelerator hopes to demystify it.

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    5. Get out there Colorado tech: 5 best events this week

      Get out there Colorado tech: 5 best events this week

      Looking to break into the Colorado tech scene? Seasoned veteran searching for ways to keep up with all the latest news? From a developer tips to entrepreneur success stories, this week is full of events sure to inspire anyone in Colorado.

      1. Finding Funding with David Cohen, Feb. 3 at 4:30 p.m.

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    6. Where Are Your Wearables Hackfest

      Where Are Your Wearables Hackfest

      Where Are Your Wearables Hackfest?

      Aided by the increased processing speed of chips, capacity of batteries and precision of sensor technologies, devices are becoming smaller, faster and more feature heavy than ever before. Where is the power of wearables going? We're bringing it in hackfest form to Boulder, CO!

      Register now for our hackfest Jan 28th and find out (or make it happen).

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    7. Holiday Gift Guide (for Tech Geeks) pt 1: Home

      Holiday Gift Guide (for Tech Geeks) pt 1: Home

      Sometimes, it’s just hard to shop for a geek. (My family complains about this every year, starting about now.) So, to help out our readers, our blog team put out a call to our fellow busy bees at Aerohive so that we could bring you a geek-friendly gift list.

      If you don’t like what we came up with, put your own suggestion in the comments.

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    8. Behind the scenes of Kickstarting a smart dog collar

      Behind the scenes of Kickstarting a smart dog collar

      Just before midnight on Thanksgiving, Lizelle van Vuuren hit the green button on her computer screen and Wüf, a smart dog-collar under development for nearly two years, launched its Kickstarter campaign.

      Within minutes, Wüf got its first backer. Sure, it was a good friend of van Vuuren's. But that's how many crowdfunding projects should start — with support from friends and family. Twelve hours later, the campaign was at 10 percent of its $50,000 goal.

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    9. Smart Sprinkler Maker Rachio Working With Nest, Raising Seed Round

      Smart Sprinkler Maker Rachio Working With Nest, Raising Seed Round

      It’s not exactly the season for lawn watering in Denver, but that doesn’t mean Rachio, a local maker of smart sprinklers, is taking a rest. Far from it.

      Rachio recently released a new version of its app that allows users to control home irrigation systems with smartphones and tablets. The app is a key component of the startup’s Iro smart sprinkler system, which is for sale at Home Depot, Best Buy, the Apple Store, and online through Amazon and Rachio’s websites, among others.

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