For cities to become more efficient, sustainable, and liveable, they need to become smarter. Smart cities use the Internet of Things to improve their infrastructure, utilities, buildings and more. Here are some innovative solutions revolutionizing the world’s smartest cities.
CES 2019 proved socially impactful IoT products are economically viable and technically impressive. Tech innovators should ask, “how can I help the world?”
Almost every article written about the Oil and Gas (O&G) industry claims we may not see $100-per barrel oil for years, if at all....
From networks of useful embedded sensors to AI decision-making frameworks, the impact of IoT has already begun to change both our environment and the...
Short duration alarms, performance analyses, and availability calculation allow operators to prevent energy grid loss and identify quick improvements.
Decentralization, decarbonization, digitalisation, and a rapidly expanding IoT capable infrastructure are driving a new energy revolution.
Through private networking and the new IEEE 802.16s standard for MC-IoT, utilities are creating resilient smart grids that can endure natural disasters.
There are IoT applications in the oil industry that could potentially mitigate the worst effects of oil spills. We could prevent the next Deepwater Horizon.
Machfu presents a white paper about how to capture value from IIoT initiatives through legacy tech compatibility, interoperability, and cloud intelligence.
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, major U.S. electric utilities spend $51 billion annually on electricity distribution systems. Their main objective is to...