Introduction to the
Internet of Things
Internet of Things
"Building down" means focusing less on what's above you than on re-engineering what's in front of and below you. Automation is a mindset.
What do "things" represent in the Internet of Things? They can be anything from a tractor to a thermostat to a shipping container!
The Internet of Things (IoT) allows organizations and individuals alike to harness the power of data to gain better understandings and insights...
Smart home technologies offer some quality of life improvements, but patching security flaws are still works in progress. There are solutions available to help! We recommend Trend Micro’s Home Network Security device.
Interactive, real-time data-integrated urban maps benefit everyone. They make cities smarter and easier to navigate.
Today, wearable medical devices enabled by the IoT are playing a significant role in healthcare industry by offering the information that is essential for the patients to have a control on their health outcomes. This article sheds some light on the need for these devices and focuses majorly on their applications.
The current state of the climate is troubling at best. The average global temperature has warmed, snow and ice levels have diminished and the sea level has risen. And there are no signs of these trends slowing down unless significant action is taken to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
Using an IoT platform yields many benefits. Product developers can focus on market differentiators, not scalability and software issues.
While network security is crucial for enterprise IoT solutions, and breaches can cost millions and cause widespread damage, smart home security vulnerabilities can have terrifying consequences. There are a range of plug n’ play security options available to smart home owners. The best we’ve come across is Trend Micro’s Home Network Security solution.
Organizations leveraging IoT face the challenge of finding the right IoT data processing architecture. Apache Flink is an excellent option.
The IoT capitals of the future will need a robust infrastructure to sustain them. Despite its’ best efforts, the UK is falling behind.
From reduced costs to improved maintenance to better safety, IoT has a lot to offer the manufacturing sector. This article dives into some of the main IoT use cases in manufacturing.
Some banks are already enabling people to speak commands to Amazon or Google smart speakers and check their account balances or pay bills.
IoT technologies are expanding into new sectors every day. Let's discuss healthcare, agriculture and transportation IoT use cases.
End-to-end IoT solutions are multilayered. Delivering solid IoT products in such an environment requires multistage validation testing.
Whether or not you're starting from scratch, IoT is a great way to add value to your business. Connect your people to your things.
Embedded programming is essential to the way IoT devices work. For production, you'll need C/C++ and some hands-on electronics experience.
The world's first chatbot, Eliza, was invented in the 1960s at MIT. Chatbots and voice assistants have come a long way since then.
Worksite employee tracking solutions can afford construction companies more accurate project timelines and ultimately wider profit margins.
Leveraging the right internal and external people and skill sets and being upfront with communication lead to successful IIoT initiatives.
Growing global population and climate change are together exposing a need for a revolution in the farming industry. AI offers solutions.
This article represents part II of "Anatomy of a Smart City," which comprises one of the chapters of our ongoing series on privacy in smart cities. This installment describes the verticals that make up a smart city and discusses how they might impact (and be impacted by) privacy.
Facility management companies can add value and increase profit margins by using IoT solutions to reduce costs, increase added value services, expand their service scope with new data and improve the experience of their tenants.