We live in a new sensing world enabled by low-cost sensors. The explosion of data-emitting sensors is flooding organisations with potentially valuable new inputs. Sensor data, and the need to easily collect, understand and automate actions based on it, are rapidly propelling the next wave of IoT automation.
The first person I ran into at last week’s IoT Solutions World Congress 2018 in Barcelona was an old friend of IoT Now’s who shall remain nameless. He looked exhausted. I had arrived a few hours after him on the first day.
Investment in the smart technologies is revolutionising urban mobility, energy, buildings and governance and will give birth to a multi-trillion-dollar market in under a decade, writes Susan Kuchinskas in an abridged version of an IMPACT>CITIES whitepaper titled ‘Smart Cities: Embracing the Urban Data Economy’.
ETSI claims to be exhibiting the first tractor connected to a car at Sophia this week. The tractor sends a warning to road vehicles using a communication protocol standardised by ETSI. Motorists are warned at a distance of 1 kilometre,
The 2ndSmart Mobility Congress (SMC) runs from November 13-15, 2018. The conference and conference focuses on urban and intercity intelligent transport, and will address the challenges that greater urban concentration raises in terms of mobility,
Businesses and governments alike are sold on the benefits of IoT technology. While federal governments look to build smart cities using the technology, businesses are working to enhance operations and transform business models.
As the natural evolution of the smart phone in your pocket engages more with the town or city you live in, life will become more informed at a local level.
Roads and Transport Authority, through its pavilion at Gitex 2018 held in Dubai World Trade Centre, has exhibited Al Merqab smart system developed to regulate and monitor the services of the limo and e-hail sector.
Rogers announced its plan to launch an LTE Cat M1 network (LTE-M) to help businesses connect and track their assets in real time – using solutions such as logistics tracking, alarm monitoring, and smart metering.
Paessler AG, a network monitoring specialist, and Sigfox, a provider of connectivity for the Internet of Things (IoT), are partnering to help their customers more effectively monitor and manage their critical IT infrastructure and manifold further assets.
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