The demand for smart cities across the world has led the HomeGrid Forum to expand its work for 2019 into smart grids, Internet of Things (IoT), connected cars, and Visible Light Communication (VLC).
IoT is a combination of various hardware and software technologies. All these technologies are interdependent and need to stay connected via a robust internet connection. From GPS to Artificial intelligence, each technology plays a specific role, says Jaykishan Panchal, a content marketing strategist at MoveoApps.
Almost 110 million smart home devices will be shipped worldwide in 2018, according to a new industry report from Futuresource Consulting. This equates to a retail value of almost $17 billion (€14.8 billion) and demonstrates strong growth in both volume and value.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is at the heart of rapid development in all sections of the global economy. Supply chain management and the warehousing industry are no exceptions to this growing trend. The proliferation of IoT has already started changing the picture for the better. Still, adoption of this technology is moving at snail’s pace.
CEVA Inc., a licensor of signal processing platforms and Artificial Intelligence processors for smarter, connected devices, reports that Nordic Semiconductor has licensed and deployed CEVA DSP technology.
Water and gas meter shipments will see double-digit revenue growth over the next five years. If this market forecast comes true it will be welcome news in a market where smart electricity shipments are contracting and greatly slowing growth of overall revenues across the entire metering segment.
Vuzix Corporation, a supplier of Smart Glasses and Augmented Reality (AR) technology and products, is pleased to announce the Company has entered into a strategic partnership with AccuWeather
It’s all very well to have a flow of data from IoT-enabled sensors and devices, but if you don’t have the necessary tools to monetise the data you may as well not bother.
Sentiance, a motion intelligence company, has acquired BrandNewHealth, a fully scalable personalised digital coaching service that offers tailor-made programs for companies and organisations to provide workplace mobility, health promotion, population health improvement and chronic disease coaching.
According to a new research report from the IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, the market for lone worker protection solutions and services in Europe and North America is forecasted to grow from €110 million in 2017, to reach more than €260 million in 2022.
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