Recently, the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem has witnessed multiple partnerships. Some of the noteworthy alliances are listed below:
In their surveys, McKinsey and many other analysts are promising the massive arrival of robots in our factories, our service companies, our cities, our countrysides and our homes. Whatever the editorial stance and target audience, all of the media are talking about robotics in just about every issue or report published.
Networking and automating industrial production can have enormous benefits for businesses, but it also presents new IT security challenges.
While the role of the IoT in business transformation is a popular topic – see this issue’s special supplement – most of the focus is on transforming the customer, not on the changes that IoT vendors and service providers must themselves go through. In the face of unrelenting technology change and a growing demand across an almost infinite range of market sectors, how should IoT product and [...]
The internet of things can appear double-edged. By connecting billions of devices, it is generating a great volume and variety of real-time data that makes it possible to create insight, improve services and deliver better outcomes for citizens, cities and business.
On June 23, 2016, the people of the U.K. will vote in a referendum on whether they want the U.K. to remain a member of the European Union (EU) or to leave.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way we do business. Connected devices have exploded into every aspect of business and now decision makers are wondering how they can use them to best transform their corporation.
The report is an extensive analysis of current industry structure prevalent in United Kingdom. It details all existing business verticals along with the prospects of novice additions.
The Internet of Things (IoT) will number between 20 and 50 billion interconnected devices by 2020. While open to debate, the amount of data that will be generated is predicted to be trillions of gigabytes.
A high-level network operator panel was assembled on Day One of M2M World Congress 2016 in London last week. Moderated by Tom Rebbeck, research director at Analysys Mason, it covered operators’ future roles and the proposed need for a “crazy, IT-addicted mayor” when creating smart cities.
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