Introduction to the
Internet of Things
Internet of Things
Major Incidents occur on a daily basis across all industry types. IoT provides an innovative platform enabling a consistent workflow process which will handle major incidents in a manner that reduces their adverse consequences.
What can we learn about the origins of smart city privacy from what privacy meant in Neolithic cities? For one, privacy seems to be an intrinsic human need.
Condition-Action (CA) engines are simple, adaptable and scalable. They can connect IoT devices to create powerful (yet simple) chains of logical operations.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) focuses on a building's design and construction. A Digital Twin represents how people interact with built environments.
IoT devices expose your personal data to bad actors. However, they also allow digital forensics experts to help crack previously unsolvable cases.
Financial services have been here for a long time and IoT can learn a lot of thing from it—especially FinTech security solutions. Look back to move forward.
Connectivity is evolving from a feature into a necessity for the auto industry. With insights from 126 auto decision-makers, we dive into the near future.
Have you ever asked yourself, What is AI? What is ML? Let's introduce Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, exploring implications for the future.
How do chatbots learn on their own and become "intelligent"? Let's learn about the major approaches in AI and ML for developing self-learning chatbots.
The New Deal is built on three critically important building blocks: BACnet open standard (the foundation of the Industrial IoT (IIoT)), model-based analytics, and service transparency. The objective of the New Deal initiative is to facilitate a dialog between building systems industry and commercial building professionals, a dialog on how we collectively think about intelligent and smart systems in buildings.
Smart building technology can save you money and reduce your carbon footprint. Here’s how to start taking advantage of these promising trends.
IoT-enabled education solutions are allowing the education sector to transform itself for the future. Two obstacles stand in the way: cost and security.
It’s hard to measure the economic impact of IoT. While it's largely advanced economies who stand to gain, strategic developing economies will benefit.
IoT device lifespan is limited by power availability. "Piezoelectrics," i.e. mechanical stress generating an electric charge, offer possible solutions.
With continuous advances in IoT, people’s lives are becoming more connected, easier and better. Our commitment to IoT security must grow with the trend.
Airlines now allow smart device flight check-ins, car rentals use IoT to monitor their fleets and IoT-enabled luggage trackers to help you out.
RFID technology isn't a standalone solution for indoor positioning. As part of a multi-technology system, however, it can be highly effective.
As IoT drives the next industrial revolution, say goodbye to downtime. But don't forget about security, which we must reinforce for this pivot to succeed.
The legal cannabis market creating a whole new tech vertical, "cannatech," to optimize and amplify everything from crop management to distribution.
OT (Operations Technology) and IT (Information Technology) teams often have a tense relationship. To leverage IIoT, they need to work in harmony.
Principal UX Designer at Nerdery, Emily Schmittler, discusses how women in IoT can bring perspective and humanity into devices that are cold and data-driven by solving real human problems.
My coworkers wanted to be able to clean up quickly after their cats used the litter box. Here's a $60 IoT prototype that tweets them real-time updates.
IoT security issues arise from bad prioritization and short-termism. Security must be fundamental to IoT product development—even at the MVP stage.