Internet of Things (IoT) Network Infrastructure
Looking back at 2017 is just as important as looking forward to 2018. Vodafone's Ludovico Fassati offers key IoT developments of the last year that point to the future of the dynamic technology.
If you're looking to start or restart an IoT project, you'll need a clear, fact-based understanding of IoT. To help, Cisco's Maciej Kranz dispels five major enterprise IoT myths.
To accommodate the estimated 35 billion connected devices coming on the scene by 2020, says ADRF's Greg Najjar, mobile network density and availability will both need to increase at incredible rates.
Edge computing is rapidly being recognized as a necessity for implementing several industrial IoT use cases, explains MapR Technologies' Will Ochandarena.
There is a lack of neutral network integrators able to deliver IoT network solutions using multiple technologies. Wireless 20/20's Berge Ayvazian explains.
We cannot overstate the importance digital twins will have for a number of industries, especially manufacturing installations and processes that need close interactions between machines and human.
Technology-based perimeter security may have a potential use case in the U.S. again thanks to low-power sensors and the new 802.16s industrial wireless standard.
Connecting and powering IIoT sensors in the wild is challenging. Bryan Hughes of SpaceTime Insight explains how an old standby, SMS, may just save the day.
While natural disasters are outside the control of humans, IoT is being used to minimize the adversity resulting from natural occurrences and save lives.
NCP engineering's Julian Weinberger explores the benefits of IIoT and smart factories, as well as the security risks which can be mitigated by a centrally managed VPN.
Resiliency is achievable through smart cities, says Johnson Controls' Lisa Brown, it's just a matter of taking advantage of the technologies at hand.
We're moving into an era of decentralized and distributed computing where everything computes together as if peer-to-peer nodes on a global mesh computer.
Bluetooth SIG's Jim Katsandres explains where the wireless revolution started and how it is evolving to handle the IoT landscape of the present and future.
802.11s will allow us to rethink how wireless networks are designed in individual homes and businesses and, eventually, communities and smart grids.
In 2018, IoT data paired with machine learning and end-to-end service visibility will become key determiners for success.