At first sight, it seems that the development of ‘hardware’ products hardly differs from that of Internet of Things devices. But it differs a lot.

Alex Pyshkin, the R&D Director of notAnotherOne, shares his thoughts on whether there is a convenient and simple methodology for creating an IoT device.

After more than a decade of working at different companies engaged in the production of cell phones and smartphones, I developed a specific attitude towards IoT. The Internet of Things appeared simple and easy. I stuck with this attitude until my first IoT product. Originally we planned to spend six months…

In this digest, you will learn about new trends in wearables, Volvo self-driving cars, how Facebook’s VR has benefited from the pandemic, and meet Google product managers. We hope you enjoy.

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1. Wearables: future Apple smart rings may implement a UWB technology

5 rules to remember about Factory Audit when setting up a production in Asia

Learned hard, from own experience…

by Vera Kozyr

The gadgets world is amazing. New ideas pop up here and there every day, some of them really worth doing. It is very competitive too, and many startups hurry to start production and launch their products earlier, forgetting the most important rules of manufacturing setup that are crucial to build a sustainable business.

Today I’d like to cover some of the very important things about Factory Audits.

Rule 1. Call it an Audit, not a Factory Tour

Proper factory Welcome

Already started to look for an ideal ODM partner for your project? Fine, then you’ll soon be invited for a factory tour by them…


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