Introduction to the
Internet of Things
Internet of Things
The same way you’d use a smart lock to keep lurkers out, you need to protect against cybercriminals from getting into your network.
Enterprise IoT projects are engineering-heavy and knowing the types of skills needed beforehand makes you more likely to succeed with your project. This article discusses the IoT developer skills needed.
This week, the premier IoT event in Europe, IoT Solutions World Congress, focused on solutions, including IIoT, asset tracking, agriculture and consumer products.
With the IoT global explosion already well underway, and the equally powerful increase in damaging hacks set to follow, the question is a serious one: Is it time for the federal government to get involved in forcing device manufacturers to up their security game? As expected, there are arguments on both sides of the issue.
Among the groundbreaking technological breakthroughs of the last decade or so, none has reached the level of impact which AI & IIoT combinedly exerted on our industrial sector.
With brick-and-mortar retail struggling to compete against online giants, a unique and seamless experience could be key to bringing back customers. In the article, Thomas Hohenacker, CEO & president of Cleverciti proposes that smart parking can not only provide seamless parking, but also data that can improve business KPIs, improve the customer experience and reduce emissions, all from the use of IoT technology.
IoT For All made the pilgrimage to sunny Los Angeles to attend Mobile World Congress – Americas last week and we came away excited to see momentum growing within the IoT sector.
The world is changing faster than imagined, and AI is getting smarter with every passing day. Autonomous cars have been recently hitting the headlines and dominating tech-talks.
With a predicted 20 billion connected devices by expected to be in use by 2020, businesses need to understand how to extract value from data coming in from IoT devices. This article breaks down the different data sources from IoT as well as their impact on storage and how automation can help organizations gain more value from their IoT data.
IoT continues to march into our roads and cities, and the change is gaining momentum as the number of cars connected to the internet increases. Thankfully, there are numerous befits to driving a connected car.
In order to best take advantage of IoT fleet management solutions, you need to prioritize your needs and understand what solutions are possible.
Mo Connections, Mo Vulnerabilities. The more connected IoT devices a smart city employs, the greater the risk to individual privacy. This blog explores one example of a company working on smart city technology and the security challenges it exemplifies - Sidewalk Labs, owned by Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc. and one of the leading organizations in the field.
Connectivity is on the cusp of a revolution. The driver behind this growth, 5g, is the next generation of cellular technology. While every electronic device has the potential to be connected to the internet, launching and scaling global cellular-connected products is a complex process.
The digital insurance landscape is now radically different from the past, thanks in part to the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT). The use of these technologies that collect, record and transmit live data has proliferated exponentially over the past decade, and for a data-reliant industry like insurance, the impact has already been profound.
Bianca Ferri, a data scientist at SparkBeyond discusses the role AI plays in the future of technology, and why this intelligence must be accessible to those who want it.
The allure of process automation is growing as it becomes more attainable and affordable. In the past, owning a sleek robot to assemble widgets at high speeds was as likely as having a Lamborghini sitting in your garage. But today, automated solutions are as numerous and dependable as family sedans. Automation can provide a practical, robust, and long-term solution. But how do you know when and where to upgrade? Here are 6 steps to bring clarity to industrial automation.
The term Internet of Things is increasingly being used to define devices that specifically communicate with the local network, the internet, and each other, independent of human action. IoT is wearable and portable, creating a connected world by transforming surrounding physical objects into an ecosystem of information that rapidly changes the way humans live.
Key developments in IoT have been transforming the transportation sector in order to gain real-time fleet management wins.
IoT-powered solutions are largely used to address issues that an enterprise or a consumer is having. Nevertheless, that same technology can also be implemented to solve some of the most critical global challenges.
Although the majority of companies know about IoT, not many understand the value they can extract from machine data right now; it’s all about the communication ability between the shop floor and the business environment.
No company can create an IoT solution alone, and vendors increasingly must form strategic partnerships that give them access to all necessary complementary technologies. An effective partnership will speed time to market for solutions that not only optimize the customer experience but also protect users and their personal data against growing cyber security threats while offering the scalability to support growth and changing requirements.
IoT can greatly optimize collection services and reduce operational costs for cities, transitioning waste management into data-driven collection processes.
The New Deal for Buildings initiative facilitates a dialog between the building automation industry and commercial building professionals on how we collectively think about intelligent and smart systems in buildings. The New Deal is built on three critically important building blocks: BACnet open standard, model-based analytics, and service transparency.