It should come as no surprise that Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and Industrial Control Systems (ICS) that control key functions in critical infrastructure are especially at risk of cyber attack. If saboteurs manage to compromise critical infrastructure services, a country’s economy and military defenses can be severely hampered.
The Internet of Things (IoT) push will continue for manufacturers, in 2016 this will still be a technology push rather than a consumer pull.
The Internet of Things (IOT) has attracted a large amount of interest from a wide variety of people across the technology food chain. And as so many things in today’s electronics environment, the underlying principles can be attributed to Moore’s Law.
Believe it or not, we are living in the IoT era. What felt so futuristic only a few short years ago is here now — and it is here to stay.
There is a growing market for advanced occupancy sensors, carbon dioxide sensors, thermostats and photo sensors which can gather data about movement, heat, light and use of space to adapt to changing building conditions and make real-time alterations to a building’s environment.
It’s difficult to know who is calling it right over the Internet of Things (IoT). One research company says 50 billion devices will be connected by 2020. Another says that’s nonsense.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is emerging as a main driver in the development of smart buildings.
According to the Royal College of Nursing, nurses in the UK spend an estimated 2.5 million hours a week filling out “non-essential” paperwork. By implementing IoT-enabled medical devices, data on a patient’s vital signs and intake of medication can be collected and monitored in real-time. Not only is the safety of care improved, the time and [...]
With technology advancing at such a dramatic rate, Anthony Fulgoni, EMEA Business Development, at IoT cloud development platform Kii, asks how much the Internet of Things can influence the development of smart lighting?
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