Introduction to the
Internet of Things
Internet of Things
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.
Blockchain and IoT can be integrated to address issues with transparency, record verification for the logistics sector.
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.
From training simulations to augmented toolkits, AR, VR and IoT are enabling the next generation of field management professionals.
Globally available IoT enables businesses to decrease costs and increase revenue across verticals such as manufacturing and agriculture.
By embracing IoT technology, prison administrators can transform a prison into an automated and connected smart penitentiary facility.
Blockchain is as a P2P distributed ledger forged by consensus and combined with a smart contract system. It could reinforce IoT security.
Some organizations remain confused about how to leverage IoT in their manufacturing processes. This article gives you the facts.
IoT is typically associated with smart homes or vehicles. One compelling (but perhaps lesser known) use case is asset tracking. IoT can enable items to be tracked anywhere at any time. It can also provide valuable information on the item’s state and environment, including the level of humidity or light exposure, or evidence of tampering.
IoT applications in the music industry go far beyond smart speakers and wearables. Sergey Bludov, SVP of Media and Entertainment Practice at DataArt, explains how IoT impacts composing, performance and recording, and much more.
Computer vision starts with the technology that captures and stores an image, or set of images, and then transforms those images into information that can be further acted upon.
What is edge computing for IIoT? It's a powerful technology that can serve IIoT use cases. It has progressed dramatically in recent years.
Despite their excellent range, power and cost, not all LPWANs are created equal. Consider these criteria when selecting an LPWAN technology.