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This is a step-by-step of how I built an IoT smart water meter using Raspberry Pi, the Microsoft Azure Anomaly Detector API, Soracom Beam and a Soracom IoT SIM card.I've included screenshots and code snippets that I used, along with reasoning why I chose Soracom and how hobbyists could further develop this project.
Next installment in the smart city privacy series. Why is privacy so important and how does surveillance capitalism fit with the development of the smart city?
The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming the way we learn because it is altering the way we live. AI experts say that the AI-driven IoT is going to change our lives in unprecedented ways.
Common pitfalls hinder the implementation of IoT initiatives, including failure to establish a clearly-defined business case, lack of appropriate staff to manage the IoT initiative and the inability to connect, gather and understand the data.
When relevant data is properly incorporated into a holistic system, it can reinforce a host of other business efficiencies and security protocols before and after an incident.
Our phones, cars and water have all gotten smart, so it was only a matter of time before industry did, too. You've probably heard the term smart factory, or maybe you've heard about the industrial internet of things (IIoT). It's simple to deduce that these next-generation factories introduce new technology to do things even better. So how exactly do they do it?
Many governing bodies within cities are effectively implementing smart tech. Smart city solutions help to improve our human environment needs, making life more comfortable for all.
With brick-and-mortar retail struggling to compete against online giants, a unique and seamless experience could be key to bringing back customers. In the article, Thomas Hohenacker, CEO & president of Cleverciti proposes that smart parking can not only provide seamless parking, but also data that can improve business KPIs, improve the customer experience and reduce emissions, all from the use of IoT technology.
Mo Connections, Mo Vulnerabilities. The more connected IoT devices a smart city employs, the greater the risk to individual privacy. This blog explores one example of a company working on smart city technology and the security challenges it exemplifies - Sidewalk Labs, owned by Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc. and one of the leading organizations in the field.
Bianca Ferri, a data scientist at SparkBeyond discusses the role AI plays in the future of technology, and why this intelligence must be accessible to those who want it.