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Video plays a pivotal role in the IoT, generating an immense amount of data from connected devices. This data has the potential to be transformed from reactionary and investigative uses to allow users to take a more proactive approach to business operations and management. In this article, Scott also covers the future of the video and IoT and implications it might have on a number of industries.
IoT is able to mitigate some of the effects of blackouts and load-shedding, enabling businesses to better handle the fallout.
Digitalization of the oil and gas industry could simplify the extraction of hard-to-reach oil and extend production. Smart oil deposits are the future.
WM-Bus and LoRa represent a strategic lever for energy stakeholders. In the case of smart metering applications, they enable a machine-to-machine ecosystem.
Some IoT devices are able to operate for years on a single battery, but we need more from less. These tech experiments seek (almost) perpetual power.
CES 2019 proved socially impactful IoT products are economically viable and technically impressive. Tech innovators should ask, “how can I help the world?”
Almost every article written about the Oil and Gas (O&G) industry claims we may not see $100-per barrel oil for years, if at all. Combine this uncertainty in price with downstream...
There are millions of IoT devices in the world, which means many, many thousands of failing (or soon to fail) batteries. Why is it that batteries still suck despite our dependence...
Short duration alarms, performance analyses, and availability calculation allow operators to prevent energy grid loss and identify quick improvements.
Decentralization, decarbonization, digitalisation, and a rapidly expanding IoT capable infrastructure are driving a new energy revolution.
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