Although the majority of companies know about IoT, not many understand the value they can extract from machine data right now; it’s all about the communication ability between the shop floor and the business environment.
Property management and development companies are increasingly looking to the smart home to improve their services. From better utility management to happier tenants, here are some way investing in smarter living pays off.
Every building manager should be keenly aware of the potential for “sick building syndrome” (SBS)—a term used to describe the plight of building occupants who suffer physical ailments as a result of spending time in buildings with poor air quality—and ways to prevent it. This article explains how the IoT can help them detect SBS, and keep it at bay in the future.
This article provides five illustrative examples of the specific use cases through which these firms are driving customer experiences forward.
Smart cities are steadily becoming a reality, thanks to the engineers who are future-proofing buildings by integrating open, interoperable IoT platforms that can be enhanced, grown, and leveraged for years to come. With technology always evolving, it’s essential that the platforms, data, and infrastructure being used today are designed with future possibilities in mind.
Connected products are transforming the relationship between users and brands. Companies need to move beyond static products and find new opportunities.
Smart buildings bring numerous conveniences to property managers, but IoT, which allows buildings and devices to communicate, also exposes security issues.
This article provides an introduction to the recently launched visual chatbot builder launched by Appy Pie.
Let's look at how the HVAC and BMS industry has separated from IoT.
Time has shown that implementing an IoT project without a definitive business goal in mind doesn't work. Start by considering what's standing in your company's way in regard to three things: increasing revenue, reducing operating costs, and mitigating risk.