EXCLUSIVE REPORT: When everyone’s nose is pressed to the grindstone, it is good to be reminded of the benefits of what we are doing in the Internet of Things (IoT).
REVIEW: Events like last week’s Smart IoT London (March 15-16, ExCeL, Docklands) can be a salutary reminder of how far the Internet of Things (IoT) has come in a few short years. But they also show how much work remains to be done, says IoT Now‘s editorial director, Jeremy Cowan.
Global players in many industries such as telecommunications, medical, industrial and manufacturing, and transportation are changing their business models to create new offerings and to capture their share of the trillion dollar Internet of Things (IoT) market.
By Jeremy Green
With the Paris Agreement on climate change on track for full ratification, there is at last a chance that the ‘biggest risk to the global economy’ might finally get some of the attention it deserves.
That almost certainly means that there will be renewed pressures on enterprises to cut their own carbon emissions; the exact proportion varies, but in developed [...]
In what is said to be the first live demo of its kind, EPAM Systems, Inc. has shown an IoT connected services app that enables a vehicle to automatically communicate with multiple platforms.
Crossing the chasm is hard for start-ups, as Geoffrey A. Moore explained so well in 1991. It is also well-known that going from a consulting business model to a product model is really difficult, says Internet of Things (IoT) entrepreneur, Magnus Melander.
Chips continue to get smaller and operate faster, thereby enabling the development of amazing devices like smart phones. But, their intrinsic functionality hasn’t changed: they process data at blinding speeds.
If you were at some of the conferences I attended recently, you couldn’t help but get hyped around the hype of IoT. Customers lined up session after session to speak about how their business had transformed and tried to convince others that the future is now.
Kings Hill, Kent, UK. May 17, 2016 — It is with the greatest sadness and regret that we have to report that Alun Lewis, the editor of IoT Now print magazine has passed away.
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