Introduction to the
Internet of Things
Internet of Things
Access control solutions are quickly evolving and changing thanks in large part to the Coronavirus pandemic. Workplaces and offices are increasingly searching for secure solutions that will help employees and visitors feel safe. It's becoming increasingly clear that key cards and PIN codes are a thing of the past and the future is in facial recognition and touch-free access solutions.
Even amidst million reports on coronavirus affecting the world adversely, there is one little ray of hope. The hope of data science and AI being into play to help predict and prevent the outbreak well within time. Know how coronavirus has made data science and artificial intelligence reactive.
Artificial intelligence is continuing to change customers' expectations and the buying process. From automated content recommendations to voice-enabled shopping and customer eye-tracking, companies need to invest in the latest tech in order to stay competitive. Here are 10 examples of the way AI is transforming the customer experience.
In this article, we will discuss how new Internet of Things (IoT) applications for real estate are changing many aspects of the industry in 2020. We will discover what IoT use cases in real estate are the most powerful and impactful for the industry.
Stuck inside during the Coronavirus? This article teaches you how to build an IoT application that controls the irrigation of your houseplants.
Artificial Intelligence and Smart Automation have the potential to change how we test for and ensure quality assurance in automation.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is spreading through every area of modern life. It's already everywhere in your home, and now it's moving out and into the streets. You'll start to see more IoT devices in transportation, changing the industry for the better.
With the current pandemic liable to put many infrastructure plans on hold, this article looks at IoT connectivity solutions and plots a sustainable migration path to 5G IoT that delivers against the low-cost, low power requirements of typical installations.