The rapid growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) will continue into 2020 and beyond. We have now reached the point of no return, says Ian Marsden, founder and CTO of Eseye. The world relies heavily on connected devices and continued innovation in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and voice-controlled devices is powering further growth.
Forrester’s 2020 predictions identify key market dynamics that will impact companies’ growth in the coming year. 2020 will be the year that moves leaders’ attention to adaptability: the ability to understand and anticipate market dynamics — and rapidly exploit opportunities, both big and small.
Siemens is offering a low-code application development platform for the enterprise, to ease software development for the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT).
Synopsys, Inc. announced the availability of the latest major Seeker release, an interactive application security testing (IAST) solution redesigned to enable DevSecOps and
International fleet management application provider, DRVR has selected Tata Communications as its global IoT connectivity partner to help achieve its objective of making Asia’s vehicle fleets the smartest and most cost-efficient in the world.
Progress announced the Progress® OpenEdge® PdM Integration Kit. The new offering enables customers to integrate the cognitive predictive maintenance capabilities of the Progress DataRPM® platform into their OpenEdge enterprise applications to predict and react to potential asset failures before they occur.
Progress, announced it has acquired Kinvey, a privately-held company based in Boston and provider of Backend as a Service (BaaS) technology. Progress acquired Kinvey for a purchase price of $49 million in cash.
Industrial device makers have in recent years continually looked to connect to the cloud in order to perform tasks such as predictive maintenance, streamlining processes and improving performance of systems.
Since its inception, the Internet of Things (IoT) has grown at a rapid pace and shows no signs of stopping. It is no secret that the IoT comes with inherent security risks, Forrester has predicted a large-scale IoT security breach will occur in 2017.
Clearly, wearable and connected devices hold tremendous promise for enterprises. However, while building apps for these devices can present challenges for developers and designers, the advantages significantly outweigh the disadvantages.
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