Internet of Things (IoT) Data Management
To get greater value from the IoT data gathered, smart cities will have to transition from a data exchange to a data marketplace, says More With Mobile's Ken Figueredo.
Surveillance isn't just about security any longer, says Western Digital's Chris Bergey, it's about extracting value and intelligence, making smart video a reality.
Artificial intelligence is being celebrated as the innovation that will change the world. And while it undoubtedly has a multitude of applications and uses, it's worth remembering that one size ...
Thanks to IoT, the insurance industry is revolutionizing how it assesses risks and pricing to a model based on real-life data. Jooycar's María Paz Gillet Martín explains.
Taking a proactive approach to maintenance with IoT, versus a reactive one, can save industrial organizations time and money. Splunk's Erick Dean discusses.
The internet of things is changing how machines run and are serviced – but what does it mean for the field service technicians doing the fixing? ServiceMax's Athani Krishna discusses.
A standardized and connected ecosystem can provide easy and seamless access to one critical industry: healthcare. Zephyr Health's William King outlines three critical value drivers of healthcare IoT.
Venuetize's Nimish Shrivastava explains how the Augmented Age is leading to new ways of experiencing and engaging with smart spaces, as well as opportunities for the people managing these spaces.
Edge computing is rapidly being recognized as a necessity for implementing several industrial IoT use cases, explains MapR Technologies' Will Ochandarena.
What is the ultimate holy grail of IoT-driven business value, and can IoT platforms deliver on this value? Hitachi Consulting's Rajesh Devnani discusses.
Bsquare's Dave McCarthy offers five key factors to consider when building IoT reports and visualizations to make it easier to understand what you and your peers want to learn from your connected ...
MobiDev's Serge Koba outlines five key IoT trends will remain relevant throughout 2018 for developers and business owners alike.
While natural disasters are outside the control of humans, IoT is being used to minimize the adversity resulting from natural occurrences and save lives.
Insights gleaned from IoT data are changing business models, and no other sector has been impacted by the IoT transformation more than manufacturing.
Companies deploying the enterprise of things must plan for the long term, and long-term security will be one of the biggest challenges EoT faces.