With everything from smart homes to autonomous cars, the integration of connected technology in everyday life is becoming a reality, says David Buhan, senior vice president of Mobile & IoT Services at Gemalto.
Moore’s law has been famously increasing the computing power at our behest, and has helped power the third industrial revolution of information technology and digital services. Many suggest that we are now at the beginning of a fourth industrial revolution, powered by connecting ‘things’, other than just computers and phones.
Much has been written about Industrial IoT and its tremendous potential to help businesses improve operational efficiencies, drive down costs and enable new revenue streams. However, while opportunities to apply IoT within industrial settings abound,
Companies don’t make “things”: that is not how most companies view their manufacturing activities. They make products, which is why I prefer the term “Internet of Smart Connected Products”, even though it is a bit of a mouthful.
The Internet of Things is connecting humanity to physical objects in ways we never imagined. It’s generating an endless stream of new data that is sparking revolutionary insights and game-changing value for customers. As companies explore opportunities in the rapidly evolving IoT, they need guidance to better understand their options, reduce risks and access resources to make their IoT [...]
The Stockholm hardware hub THINGS was established 2015 to gather the most talented start-ups in the Internet of Things (IoT), wearables, sensors, automation, robotics and 3D printing/scanning/
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