Creating value from IoT while ensuring a safe and satisfactory user experience is not an easy task. oneM2M's Dr. Omar Elloumi explains why interoperability between verticals and vendors is critical.
To create a world of seamless exchange between people, networks, devices and applications, IoT in concert with AI is critical, says Tata Communications' Tim Sherwood.
As connected car technology advances, so will the safety features for vehicles. Here is how IoT and big data are changing vehicle safety and what we can expect for the future.
The interconnected nature of IoT devices, mobile apps, web apps and back-end services makes it a natural fit for APM technologies, says AppDynamics' Jonah Kowall.
Asset utilization has become a top business IoT use case. Bsquare's Dave McCarthy offers three benefits beyond the usual suspects of asset utilization data.
To get greater value from the IoT data gathered, smart cities will have to transition from a data exchange to a data marketplace, says More With Mobile's Ken Figueredo.
People Power's Stuart Sikes offers the five words he heard most frequently at CES 2018, from AI to robots, which created conversations among conference attendees.
Over the past few years, a number of IoT platforms have been acquired by larger companies, essentially becoming white knights to startups. OIES Consulting's Francisco Maroto discusses.
IoT security is an ever-growing issue. And as empow's Avi Chesla explains, the government has a role to play in keeping IoT devices and the consumers of those devices safe.
Despite the attention placed on it, IoT cybersecurity is still a weak link, says Secure Channel's Richard Blech. The industry as a whole needs to shift to improving security on the front end.
Surveillance isn't just about security any longer, says Western Digital's Chris Bergey, it's about extracting value and intelligence, making smart video a reality.
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.
Voyager Labs' Jay Klein offers pointers to systematically assess and evaluate AI-based products and technologies to ensure their authenticity and therefore effectiveness in specific use cases.
Though blockchain was first envisaged for cryptocurrencies, it's finding its place in many other areas – including the supply chain, says Shan M. of Happiest Minds Technologies.
Thanks to IoT, the insurance industry is revolutionizing how it assesses risks and pricing to a model based on real-life data. Jooycar's María Paz Gillet Martín explains.