IoT Industry and Vertical Markets
Karina Popova explains the benefits IoT can provide to farmers, as well as the challenges of adopting connected technologies in the agriculture industry.
Hitachi Vantara's Greg Knieriemen discusses five ways IoT will permanently change the manufacturing for the better, from improved operational efficiency to improving safety.
Leaning on technology contracts, says Johnson Controls' Jim Nannini, can help enterprises ensure IoT deployments in smart buildings fulfill their goals and vision.
Resiliency is achievable through smart cities, says Johnson Controls' Lisa Brown, it's just a matter of taking advantage of the technologies at hand.
Are behavioral analytics for IoT and autonomous cars key to keeping the roadways safe? FICO's Scott Zoldi discusses the treasure trove of data onboard sensors generate.
Mark Troester of Progress explores the convergence of today's digital trends -- AI, IoT and digital transformation -- and what it means for your business.
2017 was not the year of the smart home. But it is one the IoT segments that will grow fastest during 2018, says Francisco Maroto of OIES Consulting.
Connected products and IoT systems require much more than a centralized innovation lab can deliver. BrightWolf's James Branigan explains.
The exchange of ideas, expertise and data among people, organizations and governments could enable the corporate world to create more sustainable products and services.
James Brehm of James Brehm and Associates looks at the benefits of IoT in the supply chain as it applies to salsa, from farm to grocery store to your table.
Robert Schmid of Deloitte Consulting explains how turnkey IoT offers a customized IoT solution with ease of implementation -- the best of both worlds.
Tapping smart building and IoT connectivity can positively impact how hospitals operate and the experiences they offer for those who visit them.
From wearables to external sensors to proactive and preventative care, IoT is poised to improve the healthcare system and revolutionize how we view health.
As more companies start implementing reality technology, it's only a matter of time before digital twins become more intricate and elaborate.
802.11s will allow us to rethink how wireless networks are designed in individual homes and businesses and, eventually, communities and smart grids.