The book Design, Launch, and Scale IoT Services introduces many of the key components for launching scalable IoT services. This article is intended as a supplement to this book introducing the key methods and tools required to produce successful scalable IoT software using a Devops approach.
Industrial companies are using IoT solutions to better understand their operations and how their assets in the field are performing. The data their IoT solutions create help them to run their businesses more efficiently than ever before.
Hardy Schmidbauer, Senior Director of IoT Cloud and Services at Semtech, joins us to discuss LoRa’s role in the IoT space, its most promising use cases and applications, and his predictions for the future of both the technology and the industry on the whole.
In 2020, the availability of IoT-enabled smart building solutions that leverage connected sensors will continue to influence how smart building vendors rethink their business models to take full advantage of this technology.
As AI offers the opportunity to manage the vast volumes of data generated from IIoT, its underlying architecture must enforce security and enhance visibility, for IIoT designers to future-proof deployments.
As IIoT matures it overcomes challenges such as lengthy cost and implementation periods, and looks beyond proof-of-concept towards proof of value.
Very few consequential new technologies are without risk, including smart factories, which combine multiple maturing technologies for data mobility and business intelligence. As major hubs for the Internet of Things (IoT), smart factories require designers and decision-makers to keep security a top priority.
Swift Sensors, leading developers of Industrial IoT wireless sensors systems, is excited to announce the release of its new water-resistant Power over Ethernet (PoE) bridge for use in wet and harsh environments.
Manufacturers are implementing Industrial IoT (IIoT) devices to leverage predictive maintenance, data analytics, and more.
Video plays a pivotal role in the IoT, generating an immense amount of data from connected devices. This data has the potential to be transformed from reactionary and investigative uses to allow users to take a more proactive approach to business operations and management. In this article, Scott also covers the future of the video and IoT and implications it might have on a number of industries.