The Internet of Things (IoT) has been dominating the headlines lately, unfolding on many fronts across the globe. This post from Vikash Kumar Chaudhary of Tatvasoft.com sums up how a restaurant owner, purveyor, or grower can make the most of this tech to automate all the tedious tasks and focus on something else.
The IoT enables organisations to connect all devices or assets throughout their offices or factories, in the supply chain, in the field, or in the hands of customers. There are tremendous opportunities, says Arturo Lotito, director of IoT Business Development and Orchestrator at Advantech
Tanaza, the Milan-based Wi-Fi cloud management software company, introduces its latest innovation: TanazaOS, a Linux-based operating system for centralised wireless network management.
The Consumer Internet of Things is the network of consumer devices used in various end-applications, such as smart homes, healthcare, and consumer electronics. The consumer IoT market is estimated to be valued US$46.8 billion (€41.3 billion) by 2018 and is projected to reach US$104.4 billion (€92.1 billion) by 2023, at a CAGR of 17.39% during 2018–2023.
In 2014, businesses around the globe collectively produced a whopping 8.4 zettabytes (or 8.4 trillion gigabytes) of digital content, up from 2.7 zettabytes in 2012. That’s a lot of information to parse — hence the term “big data,” which describes the trend of processing high-volume and highly variable information to
Artificial intelligence (AI) is everywhere these days, whether in reality or just as a hyped-up label for some simple rules-based decisioning, and this has led to some interesting problems, says David Smith, head of GDPR Technology, SAS UK & Ireland.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) announced a new direction finding feature that holds the potential to significantly enhance the performance of Bluetooth location services solutions. The new feature allows devices to determine the direction of a Bluetooth signal,
It’s almost three years since the UN declared internet access as a human right. Today, a nation looking to be a global digital leader and preparing the country for the advent of IoT, seamless, high speed connectivity is non-negotiable.
Roland Hechwartner of Deutsche Telekom Group (DT) was appointed as chairperson for oneM2M’s Technical Plenary (TP). Here, he discusses his views on the Internet of Things (IoT) market and plans for oneM2M’s Technical Plenary (TP).
Digital transformation continues to be the keynote of the coming year for operators across the oil and gas sectors. Digitalisation is nothing new to the sector, of course, says Ron Beck, Energy Industry marketing director at AspenTech. Refineries have, for example, been pursuing it for more than thirty years, with technologies like advanced process control (APC) well-established as part of [...]
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