It’s a common phrase that we’ve all used from time to time. And it’s frustrating. Especially when all of those ‘cooks’ are the equivalent of Michelin Starred experts. But as the vision of the Internet of Things becomes a more ubiquitous reality, many needs and interests have to be unified.
For communications service providers (CSPs) reeling from losses in their traditional lines of business, the Internet of Things (IoT) provides tantalising opportunities to reverse their fortunes. At first glance, you’d think monetising IoT would be a slam-dunk for the communications industry.
Chances are your small business already uses Internet of Things technology for day-to-day tasks. Smartphones, for instance, have become a standard tool for any businessperson to stay on top of emails, projects, finances, and processes.
With the proliferation of billions of IoT devices on the horizon, platform providers are increasingly looking to the cloud as the most efficient way of meeting the IoT challenge. The inevitable question however is why choose a cloud-based solution? Most providers have their own take on the question but there are some common points of agreement, writes Peter Dykes
At the recent M2M Summit 2016 in Dusseldorf, Germany, Gartner‘s Research VP, Eric F. Goodness was blunt about the challenges facing the Internet of Things (IoT). These, he said, included a battle for IoT ‘ownership’, a bottleneck of problems facing anyone trying to prove the value of their IoT initiative, and a market characterised by ‘chaos’ — at least [...]
Researched in late 2016 with ongoing updates, the new IDTechEx report on the Internet of Things (IoT), Internet of Things (IoT) 2017-2027, is intended to assist investors, participants and intending participants and users.
The industrial Internet of things (IIoT) is ushering in game-changing business opportunities for the process industries. It’s come at a time where pressure is high, margins are thin and everyone is craving a competitive edge.
IoT devices, networks and services need extensive monitoring. Hundreds of thousands of devices are being added daily to the IoT ecosystem, connected to each other and the cloud through Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, cellular and fixed networks.
At trade shows across the world, product companies are unveiling a wide range of connected devices in a bid to get a slice of the growing Internet of Things market.
A key feature of the LPWAN World Forum held in London (November 10-11), were the stimulating expert panels. As Jeremy Cowan reports, the speakers opted to focus on the business case for low-power wide area networks (LPWAN) more than the technology.
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