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Firms can make IoT data more valuable asset by building data pipelines that make data more available and easier to use in analytics. This article will present how companies can make IoT data a better performing asset.
Today's businesses are data-obsessed. With the rapid growth of the IoT that appears to be in the cards and the explosion of data that's going to come with it, it looks like many companies haven't done nearly enough to prepare for the tsunami of data to come. Here's what they should do before it's too late.
IoT has changed the way people interact with products and has started a complete rethinking of business logic. But we still have much to learn.
How will IoT and autonomous technology affect our local roads and neighborhoods? A quick look ahead will reveal the policy areas that are impacted when cars and infrastructure communicate.
What do "things" represent in the Internet of Things? They can be anything from a tractor to a thermostat to a shipping container!
As modern smart cities dawn on the horizon, we should learn lessons from the first industrial revolution about privacy and space allocation.
Don't get stuck on the wrong side of digital transformation and IoT. Here's what you can do to keep from falling behind. TL;DR—be speedy, think like data companies, differentiate via software, leverage your assets and track/manage them remotely.
It's becoming a fundamental matter of corporate social responsibility (CSR) for tech firms to bake security and privacy into the heart of IoT products.
AI and workplace automation are adding a new dimension to problem-solving that is benefiting businesses in a range of industries.
On this #AskIoT episode, we discuss how to produce real ROI from your smart home devices (hint: it’s the data), the types of connected home products to stay away from and how insurance/utility companies are playing a role in the smart home space.