This article provides a high-level overview of how wireless sensors work, how networks are arranged, and how they serve real-world IoT applications.
Manual methods of measuring specific gravity have been around for ages. We wanted to explore ways to make continuous measurements with internet-connected devices.
There’s perhaps no domain in which robust cybersecurity is more important than in connected defense products. Military contractors working on IoT products need to adhere to an iron-clad framework: correctly categorize the system, adjust security controls to requirements, convert security controls into national/international standards, then verify and test rigorously.
Transport digitalization is the next step in making UK cities smarter, and with 30 percent of city traffic made up of people looking for parking, connected parking services could reduce congestion and improve public perception of the government’s ability to modernize.
Criteria like the flexibility of the platform, vendor lock-ins, and scalability are important and often overlooked when choosing an IoT platform.
Not everyone is sold on the idea that regulations dictating security standards for IoT devices will actually improve security. A multi-pronged approach would be more effective, including manufacturer-initiated best practices and consumer education.
It’s important to look at the driving forces behind the smart city and how personal data dovetails with these to generate a fuller picture of what it means to live in a smart city.
The article details how Microsoft Azure has been used by some of the biggest companies in the world to incorporate IoT into their products.
Manufacturers often view AI as highly complex and expensive, requiring end-to-end systems throughout their whole company to work properly. The reality is, AI is much more focused and achievable. It can work on factory floors with minimal construction and get connected to machines via the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). With this article, the author presents key advice and three scenarios for how manufacturing intelligence has been used in real settings.
You don't have to reinvent everything to start your smart city journey. Here are 3 “first-step” smart city projects you can begin in 2019.
Being "digital twin enabled" means using technology to unlock meaningful insights for commercial real estate owners, operators, and occupants.
Smart cities are steadily becoming a reality, thanks to the engineers who are future-proofing buildings by integrating open, interoperable IoT platforms that can be enhanced, grown, and leveraged for years to come. With technology always evolving, it’s essential that the platforms, data, and infrastructure being used today are designed with future possibilities in mind.