Introduction to the
Internet of Things
Internet of Things
What are the autonomous driving levels? They're a way of categorizing AV technology from fully human control (level 0) to full autonomy (level 5).
AI is a go-to Hollywood Sci-Fi theme. How feasible are the AIs in movies like Blade Runner, 2001 and Ex Machina? We're many years from such capabilities.
Let's focus on NB-IoT vs. Cat-M1 for Massive IoT deployments. Understanding how the differences could affect your strategy and execution is crucial.
By enabling flexible connectivity and data exchange between billions of assets and processes, IoT represents a tremendous opportunity for businesses.
The school of the future represents the push toward a more collaborative and enriching educational experience, which could benefit all stakeholders.
Don't get stuck on the wrong side of digital transformation and IoT. Here's what you can do to keep from falling behind. TL;DR—be speedy, think like data companies, differentiate via software, leverage your assets and track/manage them remotely.
Here's how San Francisco, Vienna, Tokyo, Barcelona and London, which have the smartest transportation, have transformed mobility and quality of life.
"Paid or free bots?" This is the million-dollar question that decision-makers ask themselves before implementing a new customer service solution. There are some questions you need to explore before deciding which model serves your business needs. These questions dive into issues of scalability, types of questions handled and the kind of platform support required.
Workplace accidents and injuries are all too common. IoT & IIoT innovations can help create safer facilities and working conditions.
IoT applications in waste management add a dimension of agile, real-time mapping and tracking that can improve waste management outcomes.
Resilient connectivity can make or break a smart city solution. This article discusses key considerations in choosing the right network for a smart city.
It's becoming a fundamental matter of corporate social responsibility (CSR) for tech firms to bake security and privacy into the heart of IoT products.
Some IoT devices are able to operate for years on a single battery, but we need more from less. These tech experiments seek (almost) perpetual power.
What is it actually like to own a smart home? There's a long way to go. TL;DR—don’t invest in a smart home unless you know what you’re doing.
Future energy systems will be connected. IoT applications in wind power can share that future if hardware makers address the unique device requirements.
What's the future of voice assistants? This study shows more men than women use them, and mostly for voice search on smartphones. Voice search is expanding.
This post discusses 8 worst data breaches of 2018. The lesson? Ignoring insider threats is costly, and identifying early indicators can limit their impact.
IoT and blockchain could help us better govern and monitor our environmental impact, coordinating economic development with environmental conservation.
"Energy harvesting" is about capturing energy from ambient sources. As device makers use it more effectively, IoT will become more useful and flexible.
IoT has become embroiled in controversy related to security issues in 2019. The most common threats involve hijacking, leaks and unsecured devices.
The ongoing AI revolution will change the world and our live. AI is a tremendous tool, but it could also unleash terror. We need ethical AI governance.
The last few decades have seen a massive shift from on-premise software to cloud computing. By storing data and performing computing processes...
IoT device security has some inherent vulnerabilities. The solution is up to IoT developers and manufacturers. We need security standards.