Internet of Things (IoT) Wireless
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.
IoT will drive employee productivity and improve customer interaction. Mindtree's Srinivas Bhagavatula discusses the benefits and challenges of using location sensing in the enterprise.
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.
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.
Enterprises are adopting wearables to reap the benefits of people-generated data. However, few realize the challenge of securing them. MOBI's Josh Garrett offers tips to keep enterprise wearables safe.
NFC Forum's Paula Hunter highlights four products from CES 2018 that are good examples of NFC technology fueling innovation and product development.
When it comes to IoT PCBs, radio frequency is a whole new ballgame. NexLogic's Zulki Khan explains the RF considerations to keep in mind.
MOBI's Josh Garrett discusses trends for enterprise mobility in 2018, explaining why Microsoft will be relevant in mobility and why exclusive BYOD is out.
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.
While reflecting on this year, whether the IoT predictions we all made last year came true and looking into the future, a few things stand out to me. First and foremost, companies realizing early ...
The number of IoT devices being added to networks if the stat most talked about, but it's the network planning aspect of IoT that should conjure discussions.