Why IoT projects fail

74% of companies* consider their IoT projects to be unsuccessful. IoT projects are being reported by their owners as unsuccessful and this is hampering efforts to move deployments forward. Beecham Research has recently published an in-depth study to understand why IoT project failure happens and what to do about it. Here, Robin Duke-Woolley, the chief

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IoT devices have outstripped non-IoT connections – what’s next for IoT connectivity?

Global IoT connectivity is forever changed. In 2020, in spite of the pandemic, IoT connections in the form of connected cars, smart homes and connected industrial equipment to name a few, outstripped non-IoT connections, such as smartphones and laptops, for the first time.

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How smart agriculture is evolving the farming industry

The internet of things (IoT) is almost ubiquitous now, it’s everywhere. And agriculture is truly one of the areas where it can have the biggest impact. Smart farming in the agriculture industry is an emerging concept that has the opportunity to revolutionise farming for the digital era.

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How to secure smart home devices with the Matter Standard

The smart home continues to evolve in available functions and complexity as several different connectivity protocols from numerous suppliers target a variety of products for use in smart homes.

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Smart home solutions take off but who will dominate as the market matures?

Smart homes and home automation are ambiguous terms used in reference to a wide range of solutions for controlling, monitoring and automating functions in the home, writes Martin Bäckman, an IoT analyst at Berg Insight.

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How to provide smart healthcare using the power of IoT

What are the challenges of providing smart, connected healthcare and how can an IoT strategy overcome them?

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What is eSIM and how does it radically simplify IoT connectivity?

Embedded SIM (eSIM) has emerged as a means to free consumers and connected devices from the constraints of the traditional, plastic subscriber identification module (SIM) card by enabling an eSIM or an integrated SIM (iSIM) to be embedded into a device at the point of manufacture and shipped globally.

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3 ways Augmented Reality and IoT can transform your service team

Modern service teams are winning customer trust and increasing service profitability by optimising every aspect of the service dispatch— from how they communicate with connected products to how they train technicians and scale expertise.

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7 IoT utility applications that will unlock the smart city dream

All over the world, societies and industries rely on the supply of energy and water. For energy and particularly electricity, in the past two centuries this has come from industrial scale generation based on fossil fuels. As of the second decade of the new century, it has become a matter of urgency to address challenges

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7 IoT applications that will transform the electricity sector

Over the coming decade the electricity sector must face increasing demand, increasing regulation, and fundamental changes in the way that electricity grids work on a day-to-day basis. New fluctuating energy sources must be integrated into existing grids, and many of today’s customers may take on a second role as suppliers, writes Jim Morrish, a founding

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