SAN FRANCISCO -- A handful of new wearable and Internet of Things companies were on display at Wearable IoT World Labsí fall demo day last week. The local accelerator showcased eight companies in the wearable and automotive world in its downtown headquarters.
A model based on OSVehicle's Tabbby Evo platform for electric vehicles. The most basic model runs approximately $10,000, while another project with 3D printed vehicle company Local Motors ran $130,000. Source: OSVehicle
The Labs have a 15-week program for startups and have worked with over 80 companies since opening in 2013. Click through for some of EE Timesí favorite offerings from this class.
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Verizon wants to connect billions of things within its 4G LTE network. The company announced an Internet of Things development platform, ThingSpace, for connectivity in smart cities, healthcare, agriculture, energy, and sharing platforms.
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