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Large-scale IoT solutions require a more contextual approach to device management - check out these real-life examples.
AI is conquering all the spheres of our modern world. Not all these changes are beneficial, so it’s important to step back and evaluate the effects.
Studies predict billions or even trillions of sensors in the IoT delivering the data needed for intelligent control. Most of these sensors will be wireless to be as flexible to position as possible. There remains one question: how will these trillions of sensors be powered? Due to their environmental impact and the challenge of changing, trillions of batteries are no options. However, there is an alternative: energy harvesting.
As IoT devices proliferate, businesses need a solution to collect, store and analyze their devices' data. Amazon Web Services provides several useful tools for designing strong data pipelines for IoT devices.
While network security is crucial for enterprise IoT solutions, and breaches can cost millions and cause widespread damage, smart home security vulnerabilities can have terrifying consequences. There are a range of plug n’ play security options available to smart home owners. The best we’ve come across is Trend Micro’s Home Network Security solution.
Embedded programming is essential to the way IoT devices work. For production, you'll need C/C++ and some hands-on electronics experience.
With continuous advances in IoT, people’s lives are becoming more connected, easier and better. Our commitment to IoT security must grow with the trend.
"Energy harvesting" is about capturing energy from ambient sources. As device makers use it more effectively, IoT will become more useful and flexible.
Effective IoT device management is a foundational element for any successful IoT solution. All the major cloud providers include it in their IoT platform offerings. Whether it’s Google with...
Deploying and maintaining full-scale device management solutions is risky. Here are the top four risks IoT initiators face—and how to address them.