Internet of Things (IoT) Standards and Certifications
There is a lack of neutral network integrators able to deliver IoT network solutions using multiple technologies. Wireless 20/20's Berge Ayvazian explains.
5G is the catalyst needed to make industrial and enterprise augmented reality, virtual reality and mixed reality applications a reality, says Kaleido Insights's Jaimy Szymanski.
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.
It will be 2018 in which IoT grows up and offers true innovation. Infiswift's Arup Barat discusses this and more IoT trends for the coming year.
To solve the IoT security issue, a basic yet detailed and continuously updated IoT security framework must be put in place for innovators to build on, says PwC's Marin Ivezic.
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.
TestPlant's Antony Edwards offers five IoT predictions for 2018, from the growth of as a service to the emergence of vermin control in smart homes.
Bluetooth Mesh aims to be a one-size-fits-all technology for connecting IoT devices. Mark de Clercq of Dialog Semiconductor discusses.
Getting a job in the IoT field is tough without the experience and certifications needed. Learn how vocational training is helping fill the IoT skills gap.
Java is a great starting point for IoT applications when it comes to ubiquity as well as in-built security and encryption technology.
While the digital divide between rural communities and smart cities grows, 5G, telecom and IoT companies can improve connectivity to help close the gap.
As internet of things use cases grow, the market is expanding towards the more advanced massive IoT and critical IoT deployments.
The greatest IoT challenges aren't from the technology, says Exosite's Mark Benson, but from employees, interdepartmental politics and incumbent corporate processes.
Finding qualified candidates to fill high-tech jobs is a challenge in the U.S. and worldwide. MOBI's Josh Garrett explains how to fill the skills gap.