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Control4 Elevates Luxury with Hawaii’s First Fully Automated Five-Star Hotel

Nine elite suites offer guests everything from fully stocked kitchens and private art viewings to instant control of music, lighting, blinds, climate and more.

NCR, Microsoft Partnership Powers IoT

Solution proactively keeps connected devices running with greater uptime, enhancing their customers’ experiences.

After digitizing food safety with Squadle, this franchise says it is cooking less more often, therefore serving higher quality food and minimizing waste.

When panic button device is activated, employee can be tracked in real time and throughout a building or across a property, and the RUCKUS IoT Suite can activate security cameras, lighting, door locks and other connected systems as part of the response.

The new Asset Tracking and Smart Building Kits are the first vertical product offerings based on the LoRaWAN protocol built using AWS IoT Core and a serverless architecture.

IoT-enabled smart hand sanitizing dispensers offers hotels, casinos and restaurants a hands-free solution for guests and employees. enables contactless check-in/ check-out, as well as contactless service requests and room controls.

Customers want to know they'll be safe in your hotel or restaurant. Improving indoor air quality can reduce transmission of COVID-19 and reassure customers.

Aruba Wired, Wireless and Security Solutions Enable Wide Range of Connectivity and IoT Applications for Nobu Hotel’s Three New Properties, Opening 2020.

Penn Connected provides improved compliance, increased operational efficiencies and enterprise-wide visibility.

Web remote enables guests to connect any device over any network to control their TV and smart hotel room.

Insights will help hotel property managers answer COVID-19 questions such as: Are social distancing measures are being followed? How is the indoor air circulation impacting the amount of microorganisms moving about? Are you compliant with RESET and FItwel standards?

Being nimble with technology has become more important with the pace of change in restaurants overall and technology. What should restaurants look for in network partners to foster this flexibility? Cobb: Brands need to prepare themselves to stay relevant in a competitive market.

AI, VR, and biometric technology will all gain ground within the hospitality industry this year.

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