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Faster speeds, more bandwidth, and a host of other features give 5G an edge when it comes to connecting your devices. But is it ready for your home?
Connectivity is on the cusp of a revolution. The driver behind this growth, 5g, is the next generation of cellular technology. While every electronic device has the potential to be connected to the internet, launching and scaling global cellular-connected products is a complex process.
The future of IoT is billions of cheap, small, low-powered devices that provide real-time insights into every asset, process and system that’s important to a given organization. It’s invisible, ubiquitous and primarily driven by notifications.
Customers can now benefit from Waylay’s advanced automation capabilities that are integrated with Arm Pelion Device Management
Could something as simple as Bluetooth adoption lead the way to a smarter IIoT?
5G is the first generation of cellular network technology designed with IoT applications in mind and will make a big difference in the medium to long-term.
This article explains LTE CAT-M1 in relation to its competing technologies and examines some of the pros and cons of each. It argues that even with 5G looming, CAT-M1 will remain a sweet spot for IoT connectivity.
From Amazon Alexa to Google Assistant to Apple HomeKit, let's compare smart home ecosystems for security, privacy and interoperability.
The rapid spread of IoT makes product testing crucial to identify and fix security breaches before they happen and to lock in new customers.
Despite WiFi's security and accuracy drawbacks, with fingerprinting, sensor fusion, and security hardening, WiFi becomes a viable option for indoor positioning systems.