According to a survey conducted by the Aberdeen Group, “best-in-class” companies are increasingly utilising the Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data to implement Predictive Maintenance (PdM)
The connected car came first, now the connected fire engine will be taking to the roads. Vehicles used by UK fire, rescue and emergency services are getting smarter in time for the busy festive season thanks to Emergency One and Vodafone equipping them with Internet of Things (IoT) technologies.
One of this season’s best selling gifts is the Amazon Echo with Alexa. Plug it in and Echo / Alexa will run your house for you: turning on lights, locking / unlocking doors, catering to your family member’s unique climate comfort needs, and reducing your energy bill – all voice activated and without any hard-core programming.
While there are many benefits for embracing the mainstream adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT), such as improved efficiencies, cost savings and enhancing customer experience, it can also bring issues of security to the forefront.
To serve the growing Canadian demand for next generation connectivity, Waterloo-based eleven-x launched Canada’s first carrier-grade low power wide area network for Internet of Things (IoT).
SNS Research has released a new 239-page report, The LPWA (Low Power Wide Area) Networks Ecosystem: 2017 – 2030 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies, Industry Verticals & Forecasts.
The potential for IoT to have a positive economic, societal, and environmental impact worldwide is substantial, but its development also raises new questions to be addressed by regulators and policy makers.
BlackBerry Ltd, a global software systems provider securing, connecting and mobilising enterprises, has unveiled its mobile-native approach to security with the launch of a platform designed for the ‘Enterprise of Things’.
The manufacturing sector must be better prepared for cyber attacks, says Mirko Brandner, of Arxan Technologies.
Smart farming has become a major trend in the agriculture sector. According to the UN’s Food & Agriculture Organisation (FAO), by 2050 food production may increase by 70% to feed 9.6 billion people.
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