Devices such as mobile phones or laptops can only go so far as their battery life will take them. Ultimately, long-range wireless charging will be a game-changer for offices large and small.
Companies such as Donaldson, Nexleaf and Perch are utilizing IoT to provide improved manufacturing efforts and user experiences by gathering valuable, real-time data.
Manufacturers can ensure their IoT devices are secure and build trust with their consumers by participating in cyber certification programs.
Addressing the security of IoT devices early on in the development process enables organizations to better manage, control and integrate these devices into their infrastructures.
Efficient AI deployment is gained through the experience of individual managers as well as the entire organization, and organizations should implement resources for training, collaboration and code ...
As IoT data becomes more complex, businesses must use next-generation technologies such as streaming analytics, graph analytics and location intelligence to increase profit and efficiency.
In 2020, IoT Devices will help organizations transform workplaces to inspire their people with flexible spaces that bring a new spirit of productivity.
Hackers are always devising new methods of attack. Staying abreast of new attack vectors, ensuring compliance and building security into IoT devices will provide defense against future cyberattacks.
2020 will be a pivotal year for the energy transition. Thanks to improved data management techniques, companies can maximize the transformation of utility business models and robust collaborative ...
CIOs can maximize their IoT investments by bringing life to things to create powerful ecosystems and build new business models, delivering positive outcomes for their customers, employees and partners.
A fire detection device comprised of smart sensors can help firefighters detect heat, smoke, gas or flames associated with fires and deploy firefighting tactics and personnel more quickly.
As IoT and connected devices continue to grow, organizations must establish best practices and ideal workflows to tackle whatever 2020 — and the future — might hold.
As the smart revolution matures from its conceptual stage, the furniture industry must also adapt to the new requirements, and more flexible power solutions must follow to support them.