The Internet of Things is cool and its doors are new and enabling. But the battleground will mainly focus on IoT data: the ownership and control.
Numerous consumer privacy and security concerns plague connected devices. Would a consumer bill of privacy rights ease their worries?
The Internet of Things, food and local sourcing come together in Freight Farms, a company that sells hydroponic farms in shipping containers.
Startup AntTail brings sensors and a proprietary wireless protocol to the pharmaceutical logistics "cold chain" and the Internet of Things.
Future IoT spending will inevitably increase, but how that spending is allocated and how it affects IoT projects is another question.
Separating IoT standards bodies from IoT standards isn't an easy task, and it's hard to say which will emerge as the de-facto one.
Current trends are driving the future of IoT, and its potential is seemingly endless. Here's what we know so far.
The Internet of Things has ushered in the age of the low-power IoT network, and new standards and protocols are being developed to help telecoms keep pace.
For the promise of a truly connected home to be realized, it is imperative the industry overcome interoperability challenges at three levels.
Enterprise innovation relies on understanding data. While IoT offers that insight, using that insight is not always a simple matter.
Dependencies inevitably cause IoT downtime. How a business identifies different types of downtime and deals with them can make all the difference in the world.
IBM's hybrid cloud commitments mark a fundamental shift in the IoT community, marking an increased access to innovation and processing power.
To understand consumer and Industrial IoT convergence, its plethora of examples must be considered as they vary greatly.