Nothing new, but certainly still worthy of emphasis: smaller manufacturers represent an essential and dynamic component of the U.S. manufacturing industry. In 2015, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, about 98.5% (247,961) of the U.S. manufacturing firms had fewer than 500 employees
Berg Insight, the M2M/IoT market research provider, released new findings about the connected wearables market. Shipments of connected wearables reached 96.5 million in 2016, up from 75.1 million devices in the previous year.
Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) software company, People Power, announced its Series B-1 financing.
Smart home systems must be secure by design across products and services and the entire supply chain if the industry is to deliver on its promises and meet ambitious market growth predictions, says a report published by Beecham Research.
With access to the right software it is relatively straightforward to securely erase all of the data on a computer or mobile phone. Yet very few of us do so when the time comes for them to be resold, recycled or disposed.
Only 19% of households are likely to purchase or use connected home technology over the next five years, according to an EY survey of 2,500 households in the UK. However, further analysis by EY shows that despite this discrepancy, there are a number of opportunities ripe for organisations looking to capitalise on the smart home revolution.