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Introduction to the
Internet of Things
Internet of Things
Today’s businesses leverage the power of Artificial intelligence (AI) in many ways. Call centers to deploy AI-based chatbots to improve customer interactions. Banks and financial institutions use deep learning to analyze countless data points in seconds and detect fraud.
Studies predict billions or even trillions of sensors in the IoT delivering the data needed for intelligent control. Most of these sensors will be wireless to be as flexible to position as possible. There remains one question: how will these trillions of sensors be powered? Due to their environmental impact and the challenge of changing, trillions of batteries are no options. However, there is an alternative: energy harvesting.
The global market for IoT technology is projected to reach $318 billion by 2023, at a compound annual growth rate of 20 percent. There’s virtually no stopping IoT.
This article goes over several challenges and solutions in the up-and-coming drone delivery industry. Tangible use cases of blockchain and IoT are presented to solve the current problems, and provide overall robustness to this relatively new technological concept. Concepts such as ownership, access control, data logging, and peer-to-peer deliveries are covered.
Interested in becoming a LEED certified building for better performance and environmental benefits? You can use IoT to help you reach your goals.
Faster speeds, more bandwidth, and a host of other features give 5G an edge when it comes to connecting your devices. But is it ready for your home?
The pathetic security of many IoT devices has been well known for years, but in 2020, governmental actions like SB-327 are finally coming into place. But are they too little, too late?
Create a personal IoT/ Utility dashboard using the latest frameworks and get familiar with the software development framework while doing so
Blockchain and IoT are best viewed as business tools, not just some new technological innovations. When combined they have the potential to drive the construction industry towards effectiveness, accountability, and transparency. Whilst there are still several hurdles to overcome, their potential to reshape the construction industry for the better is simply too great to be missed.
As technology continues to advance, it's important for individuals and organizations to utilize IoT devices to increase productivity and profitability. Here are 5 IoT trends you can expect to see in 2020.
This article will show you how to:- Install a thermal camera, monitor it remotely and capture frames at regular intervals- Train a simple machine learning model to detect the presence of people in the thermal camera frames- Automate the execution of custom tasks depending on whether people are detected or not
Farmers can utilize the power of real-time soil condition data to improve crop conditions, to reduce costs, and to create more efficient farming solutions.
Many governing bodies within cities are effectively implementing smart tech. Smart city solutions help to improve our human environment needs, making life more comfortable for all.
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.
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.