UL Announces GE Appliances as First Household Appliance Brand to Test Connected Devices with New IoT Security Rating

Las Vegas – Jan. 7, 2020 – UL, a leading global safety science company, today announced at CES that GE Appliances is the world’s first household appliance brand to test its connected products against UL’s IoT Security Rating assessment. [1][2] The IoT Security Rating is a security verification and labeling solution for consumer Internet of Things (IoT) products. UL’s solution aims...

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Nov 19, 2020 UL Opens New Electric Vehicle Battery Testing and Inspection Laboratory to Advance Battery, Charging Systems Safety This large-scale electric vehicle battery laboratory, located in Changzhou, China, will provide comprehensive EV battery testing and advisory services for EV automotive and battery manufacturers as well as top suppliers. Read Article to Me (Mobile Version) Source URL: Read More The...

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Facilities Management News:IoT Connected Plumbing Products and Advanced Analytics – Plumbing & Restrooms Coverage

« Back to Facilities Management News Home[1] « Plumbing & Restrooms[2] Zurn Industries, LLC[3] announces the expansion of its Connected Products portfolio, further advancing its pioneering leadership in the Internet of Things (IoT) for commercial plumbing. The company will roll out two additional product lines, Zurn Connected Flush Valves and Zurn Connected Faucets. It will also roll out an enhancement...

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Edge computing and IoT sensors help cities plug a leak in water bills

Tracking the health of pipes and water meters in real time helps cities catch water main breaks sooner and issue more accurate bills. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto A Texas company is using edge computing and IoT sensors to help cities modernize crumbling water infrastructure and inaccurate water meters. The American Society of Civil Engineers has given the country’s drinking water system...

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