The Internet of Things (IoT) is at the core of digital transformation in 2017, with 73% of executives either researching or currently deploying IoT. Manufacturing, transportation and utilities make up the largest percent of investments, while insurance and consumers represent the fastest areas of spending growth.
In 2021, there will be more connected devices than there are people on this planet. As the tidal wave of IoT sweeps all corners of society, businesses are rushing to ride the hype with new deployments of smart technology.
congatec, a technology company for embedded computer modules, single board computers and embedded design and manufacturing services, has announced an extended standardisation initiative ComX that goes beyond the current specifications for computer-on-modules.
IoT is having a profound effect on business. According to Jordan O’Connor, technical lead EMEA at SOTI, 57% of all global businesses have adopted IoT practices and 72% of those believe their company is more profitable since embracing IoT.
The Internet of Things is rapidly turning a new generation of products ‘smart’ by adding computing power, network connectivity and sophisticated software. So says Art Swift, president of prpl Foundation.
oneM2M’s progress on achieving an Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem that is interoperable and secure for all devices will be revealed at Smart IoT London, held at the ExCeL Centre in London Docklands (March 15-16).
Across the globe, today’s cities are facing dramatic social, economic and environmental transformation. The number of urban residents continues to grow by nearly 60 million every year, putting increasing strain on already heavily pressurised resources and infrastructure.
The Internet of Things (IoT) makes many promises: a more cohesive society, greater understanding of existing technologies and vows of a better, easier life.
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.
Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) is the government-owned agency launched in 1996 to pioneer the transformation of Malaysia’s digital economy. The agency is currently pursuing a strategy that unlocks significant economic, environmental, and social value.
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