AdhereTech

A decade in, still smarter than your average innovator

By GREGORY ZELLER // Three offices, 80-odd employees and one huge corporate takeover later – not to mention bragging rights on some of the cleverest commercial products in the land – Intelligent Product Solutions has completed its first decade of innovation. The Hauppauge-based product-design specialist with a penchant for the Internet of Things officially marks 10 years this winter, and it does so under the auspices of a new corporate parent: Florida-based global designer/distributor Forward…


IPS acquired by Florida firm, but the love stays here

By GREGORY ZELLER // One of Long Island’s brightest innovators has been acquired by a Florida-based manufacturer with ties to Switzerland, the United Kingdom and eastern Asia. But Intelligent Product Solutions isn’t leaving Long Island, promises Chief Executive Mitch Maiman – and in fact, the merger could prove a boon for the Island economy. Now operating under the banner of global designer/distributor Forward Industries, the product-design specialist is “absolutely” maintaining operations at its Hauppauge headquarters…


International design honor for IPS ‘smart bottle’

A “smart pill bottle” designed on Long Island and marketed by a New York City “medication adherence company” has snagged a high-profile international honor. The Internet of Things-enabled AdhereTech Smart Pill Bottle, designed by Hauppauge-based Intelligent Product Solutions and NYC-based AdhereTech, has earned a 2016 Good Design Award from Athens, Greece-based Metropolitan Arts Press Ltd. and the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design. Self-billed as “the world’s most prestigious, recognized, and oldest design awards…


A bet on the not-so-future Internet of Things

By GREGORY ZELLER // Hauppauge-based Intelligent Product Solutions is launching a new practice group aimed at staying ahead of the pack on the next big thing: the Internet of Things. The IoT covers physical objects embedded with sensors and software – the kind of electronic connectivity that allows “things” to interoperate with computers and cloud-based data systems via the Internet. It’s a trend that’s not only redesigning how things work, but reprogramming how people think…