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Dan Davis, Director of IoT and Emerging Markets at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, joins us to talk about the intersection of IoT and the insurance industry.
Some key considerations you should keep in mind when preparing to implement IoT solutions in the healthcare industry.
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.
Software is the backbone of an Internet of Things and aicas has launched a new, software-focused approach to help businesses build and manage strong, secure IoT environments. As the latest product from aicas’ portfolio of JamaicaVM-based technologies, JamaicaPortal includes DevOps tools and concepts within a device software management system for automated and immediate supervision, control, configuration, and management of IoT environments.
Global food demand is growing, and traditional agriculture simply can’t produce enough food to meet the world’s nutritional needs. IoT-driven agriculture could help farmers produce more high-quality food to meet the world’s food demand.
The use of IoT devices to monitor metrics applicable to sustainability performance benchmarking. Essentially, a framework defined as a Sustainability Process Blueprint, where IoT devices remotely monitor, measure and catalog quantifiable metrics around energy, air, and water.
Paris has historically stood as a popular tourist destination and icon for romance, fashion, art, culture, and history. As city planners continue to integrate technology into Paris' urban infrastructure, city officials are challenged with incorporating smart city technology while preserving and maintaining Paris' cultural identity as the "City of Lights."
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?
Wearables have made a large impact on how people can understand and track health information. Businesses are investing in wearable technology to decrease their healthcare costs while giving employees more personalized health information and assists in driving health consciousness.
While the typical Industrial IoT demo uses gleaming new equipment, most of this country's working industrial assets are years and even decades old. It doesn't make financial sense to replace expensive equipment still performing its function, but managers want to gain the monitoring and analytics advantages of the IIoT. What needs to be considered before attempting an upgrade?