The Haven application turns any Android phone into a motion, sound, vibration and light detector.

Haven, developed through a collaboration between Freedom of the Press Foundation and Guardian Project, turns any Android phone into a motion, sound, vibration and light detector.
Haven is designed for investigative journalists, human rights defenders, and people at risk of forced disappearance to create a new kind of herd immunity. By combining the array of sensors found in any smartphone, with the world’s most secure communications technologies, like Signal and Tor, Haven prevents the worst kind of people from silencing citizens without getting caught in the act.


Calling the connectivity bluff while IoT is “crossing the chasm”

Calling the connectivity bluff while IoT is “crossing the chasm”

An extensive experimental study of the reliability of LoRa

Firmware Updates over Low-Power Wide Area Networks

Not easy, but feasible.

How Ethereum Will Help Entrepreneurs Everywhere

Definitely disruptive!

Article: Why are so many IoT Projects Failing? | Dave’s IoT Blog

Last month, at the Internet of Things World Forum in London, Cisco released results of a survey that revealed that close to 60% of IoT projects are failing at the Proof of Concept phase.

The Pros and Cons of Different LPWAN Networks for Your IoT Application

There’s a big lineup of LPWAN contenders, but make sure you pick one that makes sense for where you want to deploy.

LPWAN company Actility acquires IoT geolocation specialist |

“We’re seeing massive demand for location-aware IoT solutions from industry,” said Actility CEO Mike Mulica.

Wireless IoT connectivity: LPWAN forecasts and predictions 2017

Now THIS is the way to make GPS Way Better for LPWAN’s

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