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As the trends and clients requirements change, businesses should pay attention to the the new market opportunities. In this article, we discover the most promising areas of development for the rising smart home startups and the most in-demand gadgets. Entertainment, security or smart kitchen - what should you focus on?
As an increasingly large percentage of consumer electronics feature networked computers in some way, privacy and safety issues have become hot button issues. Some end-users have remained oblivious to concerns while others are making unrealistic predictions. Those who want to protect their own security, however, can take steps now to improve their IoT outlook.
South Africa, with the rest of the world, finds itself in the midst of the 4th Industrial Revolution. The article discusses the meaning of the 4th Industrial Revolution in the context of the South African ecosystem.
IoT lives in a complex ecosystem. IoT devices often cast some confusion. When building out a new IoT device, know these three fundamentals.
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.
NimbeLink adds Ottawa-based Novotech Technologies as an authorized distributor of its Asset Tracking Solutions and Skywire Embedded Modems.
Active Replication Fabric represents significant simplification for dealing with replication by handling intermittent connections transparently within the database system’s replication framework. It enables data exchange between collection points and servers for distributed IoT applications, both on-demand and automatically. The function has the potential to vastly improve applications’ effective functioning and the SDK eliminates unnecessary overhead by bundling device, gateway and server database systems.
On this IoT For All podcast episode, Austin Ashe, GM of Intelligent Cities at Current (Powered by GE), explains what "smart lighting" actually means. He also dives into GE's strategy for moving from lighting to smart cities and how it's helping to improve urban transparency.
Total investment of $5M boosts product development and market presence in rapidly growing market of autonomous support for routers, smart hubs, gateways and edge devices in smart homes
Linortek announces the launch of its latest product, the IoTMeter™ Wireless Equipment Hour Meter. The IoT Meter is a wireless equipment runtime monitor and alert system. The device remotely collects real-time data on offline industrial vehicles and powered equipment, enabling companies to stay on top of routine maintenance to minimize equipment downtime and lost revenue. With the wireless IoTMeter, whether you are maintaining one piece of equipment or multiple pieces, you can monitor all equipment runtime data from Linortek’s HourCollector app on a PC from one interface.