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Big cloud service providers are already thinking about how to bring the Internet of Things together on an enterprise scale. IBM, Microsoft, Amazon, and Samsung (they’re obsessed with the IoT) have all developed platforms to help businesses manage their Things.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept almost as loose in definition as the two terms that make it up: “Internet”, which has come to denote, in whole or in any part,
Wearable devices like fitness bands, digital glasses, medical devices, smart watches, smart clothes and various other devices that augment our reality promise to radically change the manner in which information is collected, stored, processed, delivered and used.
A recent Comcast report, compiled from almost 1,300 US consumers, explained that what consumers really want in the IoT connected smart home is services – Smart Home as a Service (AKA SHaaS) – not a bunch of connected devices that remotely control various widgets and devices in the home.
The potential benefit IoT can bring to an economy is growing at a rapid pace: recent figures show big data and IoT together are expected to generate £322 billion (US$ 456.41 billion) in revenue for the UK economy from 2015 to 2020 alone.
Euro 2016 will examine which standard can create the most harmonised team, where telepathic understanding is created between dumb units backed by obscene amounts of money. But what does this Internet of Bling tell us about the IoT industry? A lot…
The Stockholm hardware hub THINGS was established 2015 to gather the most talented start-ups in the Internet of Things (IoT), wearables, sensors, automation, robotics and 3D printing/scanning/
Discussions about the development of driverless or autonomous cars tend to be exciting, but somewhat vague. We know that the technology exists, and that it’s being developed by auto manufacturers and technology companies alike.
The market opportunity for industrial IoT (IIoT) has been widely forecast to be enormous due to the many advantages of enabling wireless connectivity of devices.
The pace of change in the automotive industry is accelerating across a number of areas, from fuel economy and C02 emissions to the age of autonomous driving and the advent of the sharing economy where ride or car sharing is changing how vehicles are made.
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