OTA (over-the-air update) functionality is one of the most sought after features in the connected space. Getting this right, will ensure ongoing success for IoT-enabled products from a revenue, customer satisfaction and security perspective. Here are the three reasons why smart products need to have OTA :
The problem is the Internet of Things (IoT) skills gap. In today’s Operational Technology (OT) world there are only around 250,000 developers having experience of embedded systems.
As part of its annual State of Software Monetisation report, Gemalto asked 780 people, including software vendors and enterprise end users, about monetising the Internet of Things (IoT). Here, Ariella Shoham, senior director marketing, Software Monetisation, Gemalto, tells IoT Now exclusively what they found.
General Motors (GM) announced on 22 February 2016 that it is using Vodafone’s network for its GM OnStar connected car services in Europe.
The telehealth market, long identified as a significant opportunity for communications service providers (CSPs), has been slow to gain traction. The technical capabilities to support the telehealth market have long been in place, but regulatory concerns, coupled with supply-side issues such as business models, have restricted market growth.
In the last few years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has rapidly emerged as something of a phenomenon. The concept has become so popular that its impact is being felt across a huge number of industries, and healthcare is no exception.
CASE STUDY: Cities are centres for most of the economic activities creating approximately 80% of any country’s GDP, says Prajakt Deotale of Tech Mahindra Ltd. Cities’ activities can affect an area up to 300 times their own size – hence, the creation of sustainable, smarter cities is seen as a priority for most governments in the world.
IoT was highly visible at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016, with IoT devices or services – from connected cows to connected toothbrushes – appearing on nearly every stand. While there was no unifying theme, we believe a number of developments point to the continued maturation of IoT.
Executives from some car makers including BMW and Ford have no intention of allowing their vehicles to become Apple or Google’s latest device, and plan to keep ownership of their centre consoles.
A new joint public service announcement from the USA’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Department of Transportation (DoT) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) lists the wireless components of modern vehicles that can be vulnerable and the methods attackers could use to launch a real-life attack, reported Lane Thames of Tripwire.
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