In 2018, the ‘Internet of Things’ has rapidly moved from a theoretical concept to a tangible reality, with nearly 11 billion ‘things’ (not including phones and computers) now connected to the internet.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is set to make a sizeable contribution to the economy by 2023. This is according to a new global study launched by the mobile satellite communications company,
Rapidly-growing data aggregation specialists, Collision Management Systems (CMS) received a £1.25 million (€1.41 million) investment from BGF, following the launch of its telematics data aggregation, risk management and crash detection software for Telematics and Insurance businesses.
Advantech, a supplier of industrial communication solutions, introduced an 8cm high EKI-2525LI Ethernet switch aimed at applications where space is a critical issue for users.
In 2018, the world is a more connected place than ever before. As dependence on mobile devices continues to grow, so too does the cyber risk, says Moshe Elias, director of product marketing at Allot.
Connected objects in the home and beyond are distinguished by their ability to be remotely monitored and controlled. The expectation of a frictionless and near invisible user experience in the future will require devices that can operate independently of the user.
The implementation of IoT is a marathon, not a sprint. Businesses ought to be training for the race ahead, learning the best techniques and processes to reach the finish line.
The IoT Solutions World Congress (IoTSWC) will conduct three workshops to elaborate on aspects of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Aricent, a design and engineering company, announced a new collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to deliver an intelligent asset monitoring solution, which is part of the Aricent Internet of Things (IoT) Offerings portfolio.