WEEK IN IoT – OK, I admit it. I have a real problem with the notion that there’s a killer app for each new bearer technology that comes along, says Jeremy Cowan. Perhaps this is because ‘What’s the Next Big Thing?’ is the first question I’m asked every year when I meet people at Mobile World Congress.The Next Big Thing
“So, Jeremy,” they say, “what’s the Next Big Thing here [...]
Lawrence Latham is the chief executive of Everynet, the provider of wholesale LoRaWAN networks for IoT. The company is building out national networks across the globe with the aim of providing robust nationwide capacity to wholesale customers at a cost that stimulates trial of new IoT use cases. Here, he tells IoT Now managing editor George Malim, how the company differs from a traditional [...]
Motors are the largest consumer of electrical energy in heavy industry, devouring more than 90% of available power supply. They are the foundation of all industrial processes and directly impact electrical distribution and equipment which is why their design and optimisation is critical to everyone involved in the industrial sector, from end-users and design engineers to equipment [...]
On a near-daily basis, the world in 2019 can remind you of the line Jeff Goldblum’s character Dr. Grant had in Jurassic Park.
“Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.”
Once a dream, home automation is slowly but steadily becoming a part of daily lives around the world. In fact, it is believed that the global market for smart home automation will reach $40 billion by 2020.
For consumers, the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) means more and more objects in their home are now linked to the internet, and are potentially at risk of cyberattacks, or of revealing personal data in privacy breaches.
Connected Cars Case Study: The networking of cars with the outside world, or connected car, is one of the most significant advancements in the automotive industry in the last 50 years. The connected car is quickly moving from the status of being a luxury to one of necessity. Gartner now predicts connected cars will be the largest driver for cellular Internet of Things (IoT) in terms of [...]
A WEEK IN IoT — Hosting a lively webinar debate yesterday on transitioning to LTE-M with Aeris and IoT Analytics, I couldn’t help noticing how often the audience asked questions on how to secure the Internet of Things. Several questioners acknowledged that signal jammers and radio scanning of IoT connections are now regularly ‘a thing’.
Whether you are imminently bringing out a new Internet of Things (IoT) product or have heard the rumours about 3G switch-off, it is a pivotal time in wireless networks. With 5G on the horizon and 2G beginning to close down, choosing the right technology to future-proof devices is a real challenge, says Dunstan Power, director at ByteSnap Design.
The UK government is moving forward with its plans to create regulation for IoT devices. The move follows a broad global trend to try and lock down the burgeoning but insecure world of the IoT, says Mike Nelson, vice president of IoT Security at DigiCert.
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