Discover how micromobility companies are harnessing IoT to address governmental regulations, to share data with cities, and to reinforce good scooter-riding behavior.
Singapore seems to live in 2119. This smart nation is the one to look to for a sneak peek into the future.
The global market for IoT technology is projected to reach $318 billion by 2023, at a compound annual growth rate of 20 percent. There’s virtually no stopping IoT.
This article goes over several challenges and solutions in the up-and-coming drone delivery industry. Tangible use cases of blockchain and IoT are presented to solve the current problems, and provide overall robustness to this relatively new technological concept. Concepts such as ownership, access control, data logging, and peer-to-peer deliveries are covered.
Blockchain and IoT are best viewed as business tools, not just some new technological innovations. When combined they have the potential to drive the construction industry towards effectiveness, accountability, and transparency. Whilst there are still several hurdles to overcome, their potential to reshape the construction industry for the better is simply too great to be missed.
Farmers can utilize the power of real-time soil condition data to improve crop conditions, to reduce costs, and to create more efficient farming solutions.
IoT continues to march into our roads and cities, and the change is gaining momentum as the number of cars connected to the internet increases. Thankfully, there are numerous befits to driving a connected car.
In order to best take advantage of IoT fleet management solutions, you need to prioritize your needs and understand what solutions are possible.
Key developments in IoT have been transforming the transportation sector in order to gain real-time fleet management wins.
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.