Discover how micromobility companies are harnessing IoT to address governmental regulations, to share data with cities, and to reinforce good scooter-riding behavior.
Formula 1 teams are pioneering new IoT and data sharing technologies that will soon become features of the consumer's connected car. Through 5G and V2X (vehicle-to-everything), innovations that are powering modern motorsports are finding their way from the racetrack to the roadway.
IoT can help Agile development teams to be more effective. The new traits that IoT can give to an Agile team include enhanced creativity and smoother internal collaborations.
Today, one only has to step out onto a New York street or fly over LA’s tangled highways to see the problems: auto-clogged roads, low-lying vehicle-fume smog, and barely-moving lines of single drivers sitting in multi-passenger cars. Some (mistakenly) cast luxurious self-driving cars as a means to turn the frustrations of a daily commute into a valuable period of relaxation or productivity. In this piece, I explain why that strategy won’t just be ineffective and worsen our commutes, but will also ultimately compel consumers to embrace the very transport philosophy that made us traffic-beleaguered in the first place. I also make a case for why using self-driving cars as public transport can be used as a means to eradicate driving dependence in the long term.
This article looks at the role of RPA in the data center of the future, the so-called 'smart data center.' We explore why data centers need to smarten up, what types of RPA are available, how RPA can be integrated into the data center and the benefits of doing so.
Unfortunately, some of the difficulties facing AI in cybersecurity can be exploited by hackers. AI can be used for IoT security, or it can be used against it.
When relevant data is properly incorporated into a holistic system, it can reinforce a host of other business efficiencies and security protocols before and after an incident.
Smart technology provides remote lighting control that can more accurately adjust, modify and monitor the amount of time the lights are turned on and to what extent.
Our phones, cars and water have all gotten smart, so it was only a matter of time before industry did, too. You've probably heard the term smart factory, or maybe you've heard about the industrial internet of things (IIoT). It's simple to deduce that these next-generation factories introduce new technology to do things even better. So how exactly do they do it?
There's a widespread problem of ATM card skimming in the US. Thankfully, IoT context awareness and blockchain can help solve the issue of fraud on ATMs.