Experienced executives in many sectors will tell you that today they face their toughest business challenges ever. Even leaders in successful and well-established enterprises are concerned at what the third decade of the millennium holds for them. Lean new competitors are entering the market, they enjoy lower operating expenses and are using disruptive technologies to tear up the rule [...]
AI startup Horizon Robotics introduced a new HD smart camera with embedded AI that is capable of facial recognition at up to 99.7% accuracy. The smart camera HR-IPC2143 is a first of its kind with applications in public security for the real-time detection of potential suspects, and in retail for identifying VIP customers as
Hollis Technology, a provider of business support solutions to organisations in both the public and private sectors throughout the UK, has been accredited as an Authorised Reseller Partner for Mist, the pioneer in self-learning wireless networks using artificial intelligence.
IoT has the potential to transform companies from simply being product manufacturers, to becoming service providers but a sizeable investment in a new way of working needs to be cost effective and proven to deliver results.
Relying on loose concepts won’t ensure success. Plus, every company will have different pain points and business needs for implementing IoT and different [...]
According to the latest enterprise IoT survey research from Strategy Analytics, despite the much heralded potential of IoT, spending and deployments are conservative, as companies get to grips with IoT.
Vodafone published its fifth annual IoT Barometer Report – the global survey of business sentiment regarding investment and innovation in the Internet of Things (IoT).
The IoT’s cameras capture people’s true personalities during a crisis because we get to see what people are like when there’s nobody watching.
Adam Mayer, Senior Technical Product Marketing manager at Qlik, loves seeing old companies with new IoT strategies.
Global players in many industries such as telecommunications, medical, industrial and manufacturing, and transportation are changing their business models to create new offerings and to capture their share of the trillion dollar Internet of Things (IoT) market.
The connected object market today shows a real complementarity between the OTT and Telco players in terms of their current positionings, aligned with their core business. In the longer term, however, IDATE anticipates a fiercer competition, around the platforms and services which are set to be the next source of revenue.
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