At the end of the M2M Summit 2016 held in Dusseldorf, Dennis Breuer on behalf of the organisers the M2M Alliance, asked IoT Now’s Jeremy Cowan, the event’s moderator for his conclusions. What mattered this year, and what does the industry need to focus on in the years ahead?
The Internet of Things (IoT) has been hyped for years and by now, according to expert predictions, we should all have homes full of Internet-enabled devices that cater to our every need.
Testing a GNSS receiver’s response to RF interference used to be a pretty major undertaking.
At the beginning of the decade the mobile enterprise was a hot topic, writes Bob Emmerson. Mobilising applications and processes had and still have the proven ability to: boost productivity by capturing data at source; enable the delivery of enhanced services,
The bad news keeps piling up for Ericsson. Last week the Sweden-based giant reported that it intends to cut its 16,000 Swedish workforce by 3,000 positions in production, research & development (R&D), as well as sales and administration. Yesterday the Sweden-based company gave an interim report that sales fell 14% in Q3.
IoT is taking hold in a broad range of industries from automotive to farming to manufacturing. One of the biggest growing markets is the smart home with many areas ripe for development including controllers, lighting, thermostats, security, and sensors.
How big a threat to the IoT is ransomware?
IoT is becoming a very large target because there is so much opportunity. Ransomware is just one way to monetise exploited vulnerabilities. Exactly how big a threat ransomware specifically is, depends on the device and the intended use.
Modern life is demanding. Better connectivity means people now want everything on-demand in all aspects of their lives. Businesses have been tasked with keeping up, delivering the products and services required, without compromise,
The connected home has not arrived to our lives as an explosive breakthrough as many analysts from the industry thought it would. Nonetheless, it is already here, among us.
As a Canadian, hockey is pretty much in your blood, says Larry Bellehumeur of Novotech. Although I don’t follow the National Hockey League (NHL) that closely (I am more of a baseball and NFL fan), I have no issues “following” the game.
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