Technologies, such as RFID and IIoT, help to address cold chain inefficiencies by providing increased visibility into the locations, properties, and conditions of sensitive products.
Consumers seek easy, seamless experiences, without giving too much thought to the technology behind it. The payments industry should be delivering a frictionless customer experience that balances security and consumer expectations.
Though IoT applications offer a host of advantages which will surely cause a disruption in technology as we know it, it comes with a fresh set of challenges, which need to be addressed in order to make it work effectively.
Connecting retail spaces, processes and objects to the internet can unlock new value for retailers, primarily by tangibly improving the customer experience. Connected retail comes with its security pitfalls however, and a strong security framework is essential is important to the enduring success of a digital retail transformation.
Manual methods of measuring specific gravity have been around for ages. We wanted to explore ways to make continuous measurements with internet-connected devices.
Criteria like the flexibility of the platform, vendor lock-ins, and scalability are important and often overlooked when choosing an IoT platform.
The article details how Microsoft Azure has been used by some of the biggest companies in the world to incorporate IoT into their products.
Manufacturers often view AI as highly complex and expensive, requiring end-to-end systems throughout their whole company to work properly. The reality is, AI is much more focused and achievable. It can work on factory floors with minimal construction and get connected to machines via the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). With this article, the author presents key advice and three scenarios for how manufacturing intelligence has been used in real settings.
Being "digital twin enabled" means using technology to unlock meaningful insights for commercial real estate owners, operators, and occupants.
Wireless sensor technology enables a new level of automation that has major implications for many sectors. One sector that is already benefitting significantly from this next-gen technology is the retail space. Here, we highlight major applications for wireless sensors in retail and showcase the versatility of the technology.