Wendy’s uses toll tags to speed up drive-through sales using EZ-Pass tags, while The Linux Foundation’s Jim Zemlin and the Bluetooth SIG’s Errett Kroeter explain how the Internet of Things is getting closer to a reality.
- Wendy’s uses toll tags to speed up drive-through sales: Technology provider iDriveThru.com’s president Eli Grinvald explains how the fast food chain’s customers on Staten Island can use their existing EZ-Pass toll tag to avoid stopping to make a payment.
- The Internet of Things gets closer: Jim Zemlin, executive director of the The Linux Foundation, explains why the AllSeen Alliance “is the best bet yet to make the promise of the Internet of Things a reality” and the Bluetooth SIG’s Errett Kroeter sets out how the new Bluetooth 4.1 specifications will improve the functionality of Bluetooth Smart devices and lay the foundations for the wireless standard to have a key enabling role in the Internet of Things.
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Organisations mentioned include AllSeen Alliance, Barclays Bank, Bluetooth SIG, CGI, Chick-fil-A, Clinkle, Coinbase, Disney, Estimote, Hema, iDriveThru, ING Direct, JP Morgan Chase, Lemon, LifeLock, Loop Commerce, MCX, Microsoft, P97 Networks, Panasonic, PayPal, Qualcomm, Seamless, SecureKey, Smarty Ring, Square, Tesco, The Linux Foundation, TV App Agency, Ural Bank for Reconstruction and Development and Wendy’s.
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