Smart building technology can save you money and reduce your carbon footprint. Here’s how to start taking advantage of these promising trends.
IoT device lifespan is limited by power availability. "Piezoelectrics," i.e. mechanical stress generating an electric charge, offer possible solutions.
IoT is able to mitigate some of the effects of blackouts and load-shedding, enabling businesses to better handle the fallout.
Cloud computing is the perfect platform for AI, big data, and IoT, while also facilitating unprecedented mobility in the modern oilfield.
Digitalization of the oil and gas industry could simplify the extraction of hard-to-reach oil and extend production. Smart oil deposits are the future.
WM-Bus and LoRa represent a strategic lever for energy stakeholders. In the case of smart metering applications, they enable a machine-to-machine ecosystem.
Some IoT devices are able to operate for years on a single battery, but we need more from less. These tech experiments seek (almost) perpetual power.
Future energy systems will be connected. IoT applications in wind power can share that future if hardware makers address the unique device requirements.
"Energy harvesting" is about capturing energy from ambient sources. As device makers use it more effectively, IoT will become more useful and flexible.
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.