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Gaming News 1 5 Cognitive, Plume and Qualcomm Partner with Stanley Black & Decker Cognitive Systems Corp., Plume and Qualcomm Technologies announced their partnership with Stanley Black & Decker in the creation of its ground- breaking Omni security product. Omni's unique capabilities are enabled by Cognitive Systems' Aura WiFi Motion technology, Plume's cognitive service curation platform, OpenSync device soft- ware stack and Qualcomm's advanced Qualcomm Mesh Networking Platform. The result is a self-install security and motion detection system that alerts end users to motion in and around their homes and businesses without the priva- cy risks, set-up hassles or high costs that come with security cameras and sensors. The collaboration between the four organizations is an unprecedented step towards creating a truly cognitive, smart home or business. "We are very pleased to be work- ing closely with these great companies and integrating our Aura WiFi Motion software with their solutions. With more than 35 patents granted, we are very well positioned to disrupt the smart home industry by providing motion detection for security applica- tions and elder care, and most notably, the vital context needed to make a truly smart home," said Taj Manku, co- Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Cognitive Systems. "Our WiFi Motion software stack allows Stanley Black & Decker's Omni to provide motion detection coverage across an entire home or business, without cameras, so that users know their locations and loved ones are safe and secure." Cognitive Systems' Aura WiFi Motion technology uses unique radio fre- quency (RF) sensing technology that can "see" and interpret WiFi signals. On top of this RF sensing, Cognitive Systems uses predictive analytics for reliable and accurate detection and localization of motion. Cognitive's solution integrates with OpenSync, an open source embedded software that allows partners like Cognitive to launch applications to a ready-made audience across millions of homes. OpenSync intelligently processes data collected by Omni in the Plume Cloud and enables new services to be deployed, managed and supported. "As the IoT landscape changes with more devices and use-cases, cus- tomers are increasingly looking for new service providers to enter the home and bring new solutions over- the-top," said Tyson Marian, Chief Commercial Officer at Plume. "Omni is a great example of how we enable partners to provide new WiFi applica- tions and monetize their services lever- aging our existing service portfolio to deliver performance and insightful data at scale." Omni by Stanley Black & Decker will be available for purchase in the summer of 2019. "Our goal is to pro- vide our customers with a security product that provides true peace of mind," said Spencer Maid, Vice President, Breakthrough Innovation at Stanley Black & Decker. "Cognitive Systems' Aura WiFi Motion technolo- gy, combined with Adaptive WiFi™ delivered through Plume's cognitive service curation platform, allows true interoperability between IoT devices to ensure motion is monitored and inter- preted effectively, enabling customers to not only protect their homes and businesses, but also keep their privacy intact." "As evidenced by the rapid prolifer- ation of connected devices in the home over the last few years, consumers are on the precipice of a new era in smart home technology," said Gopi Sirineni, Vice President, Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. "We are excited to be working alongside Cognitive Systems, Plume and Stanley Black & Decker as they adopt emerging wireless technologies like RF sensing and mesh networking to deliver these innovative new applications to estab- lished industries like home and business security." About Stanley Black & Decker Stanley Black & Decker is a $13 bil- lion revenue, $20-plus billion market capitalization, purpose-driven industri- al organization. Stanley Black & Decker has 58,000 employees in more than 60 countries and operates the world's largest tools and storage busi- ness, the world's second largest com- mercial electronic security company, a leading engineered fastening business as well as Oil & Gas and Infrastructure businesses. The company's iconic brands include BLACK+DECKER, Bostitch, CRAFTSMAN, DEWALT, FACOM, Irwin, Lenox, Porter Cable and Stanley. Stanley Black & Decker is a company for the makers and innova- tors, the craftsmen and the caregivers, and those doing the hard work to make the world a better place. Learn more at www.stanleyblackanddecker.com. 2019 Best of Show 2019 Best of Show al members while preserving traditional Yavapai values and at the same time ben- efiting and supporting its neighbors, the greater East Valley and Scottsdale areas. "This exciting project will set a new standard for quality entertainment in the Northeast Valley while providing eco- nomic security to our tribal government. We're thankful that our past success enables us to make this investment in the future of our tribe and our region," said Bernadine Burnette, Tribal Council President of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation. The Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation is located in northeast Maricopa County in Arizona, just minutes away from the greater Phoenix metropolitan area and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The new facility is expected to open in early-mid 2020. Learn more at booth #1303. Fort McDowell Casino (Cont'd. from p. 1)

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