The Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technologies are critical to leveraging a fast-growing number and variety of connected devices to support a range of both consumer and enterprise services.
As the biggest consumer electronics companies in the world unveil their latest new products, Martin Garner, SVP, Internet at CCS Insight examines some key themes at the show.
Many of us love the idea of smart home devices – simplifying tasks like turning on lights or locking doors – but even early adopters will admit, they can be a pain to configure. There are too many steps, too much guesswork and too many potential security holes.
The zigbee alliance announced that from CES 2017 this week it will be showcasing a path to a unified Internet of Things (IoT). The alliance will focus on the growing momentum behind zigbee (3.0) products and development solutions, and the alliance’s newly announced dotdot — a universal language for the IoT,
Dermot O’Shea, joint CEO of antenna specialists Taoglas, is optimistic about several key aspects of the Internet of Things (IoT) in the year ahead.
Thingsquare has announce the availability of an IoT Sensortag starter kit, in collaboration with Texas Instruments and Weptech. This, says Jarle Boe, development kit manager at Texas Instruments and founder of the Sensortag platform, is the world’s first Internet of Things (IoT) system that combines remote connectivity through IPv6 meshing with proximity detection via Bluetooth beacons.
The Internet of Things has already infiltrated the consumer market with every day smart products, such as your thermostat, remote control and alarm system.
Andrew Lee, head of Market Intelligence and Analysis at Octo Telematics looks at the ADAS systems currently being installed in today’s cars and says they are the first steps towards the driverless car of tomorrow.
Infiswift, an enterprise Internet of Things (IoT) platform provider, has announced a partnership to develop IoT solutions with Acuitus Ag, an Idaho technology company, which provides agritech solutions to farm equipment suppliers. The system will leverage IoT technology to capture data across the value chain.
We’re all aware of the benefits of IoT, and how it is set to make tasks quicker and easier. But these intuitively connected cars, fridges and utility devices haven’t really gone mainstream yet, and they won’t until an Internet of Things (IoT) standard is introduced.
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