Dallas-Based SpotSee Launches Device to Track Temperature Integrity of Insulin and GLP-1 Medications

by | Apr 10, 2024
SpotSee said that TempMonitor uses its WarmMark technology to provide visual evidence if a medication is exposed to unacceptable temperature levels.
Irving’s OnAsset Intelligence Launches Dedicated Aircraft IoT Gateway for Air Cargo
by | Mar 19, 2024
Aircraft gateways deliver a multitude of benefits for shippers, logistics providers, and airlines, OnAsset says—and its Sentry 600 FlightSafe device now extends "real time visibility" for shippers to the aircraft itself, turning it into "a virtual connected warehouse."
UTD Researchers Develop Fentanyl Test That Works ‘Within Seconds’
by | Feb 5, 2024
A UT Dallas team has developed a handheld sensor that can help first reponders detect whether fentanyl has been used. The sensor includes the use of "gold nanoparticles" and can detect fentanyl with "98% accuracy," the researchers say.
New Handheld Device Can Rapid Test THC Levels in Saliva With 94% Accuracy, UTD Bioengineers Say
by | Sep 22, 2023
Called CannibiSenS, the device can distinguish between THC and CBD. Unlike over-the-counter tests that can detect THC but aren't able to determine its concentration, this device can measure THC levels with 94% accuracy, the UTD team says, reducing "false positive" tests. See who could potentially use the device—and why.

Emerging Trends: Three Futurists Predict The Tech That Comes Next

by | Feb 15, 2023
From AI to human longevity to xTech, North Texas experts George Brody of InfoNet of Things and Anurag Jain of Perot Jain, along with Mike Bechtel of Deloitte, predict a range of emerging technologies set to transform the world in 2023 and beyond.
Texas Instruments Unveils Breakthrough 3D Position Sensor
by | Oct 12, 2021
TI says its Hall-effect sensor is "the industry's most accurate." The 3D-sensing technology is a boon for smart factories and the real-time control of devices like autonomous robots.
Now Open: The Bosai-Tech Open Innovation Challenge Is Looking For Startups in Emerging Tech
by | Nov 24, 2020
Applications are open until Dec. 16 for the contest, which involves four leading Japanese firms on the search for foreign enterprises in IT, IoT, AI, fintech, sensors, satellites, healthcare, drones, and robotics.
UNT to Advance 3D Printing for Automobiles Through a $1.5M Department of Energy Grant
by | Oct 6, 2020
University of North Texas researchers received more than $400,000 of the $1.5 million grant to develop a 3D printed material equipped with embedded sensors for use in car structures.

AT&T Smart Cities Moves Into Infrastructure Safety With New Monitoring System

by | Jan 11, 2018
Selected infrastructure around the country will be equipped with AT&T LTE-enabled sensors to remotely monitor their structural integrity.
Discovery: Innovative Thinking Study, Cancer Survivors & Clinical Trials, Quake Sensors
by | Dec 1, 2017
Researchers are making discoveries and breakthroughs at laboratories and institutions all across North Texas. Here are some of their stories.
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Earth Day Texas Event Aims to Expand ‘Smart Cities’ to ‘Smart States’
by | Mar 2, 2017
The event will feature speakers in an effort to create a statewide strategy for incorporating technology into myriad objects that make Texas cities go.
Dallas Startup Week: Is Transportation Up to Speed?
by | Apr 14, 2016
The future of how we get around includes more sensor technology and on-demand ride services.