Internet of Things (IoT) Analytics
Taking a look back at 2016, Ryan Lester sheds some light on the really great internet of things milestones we as an industry had this year.
While consumer-grade internet of things devices are hogging the limelight, it will be in real-time data management where the value of IoT lies.
IoT is helping Santa -- and supply chain managers across the globe -- develop more efficient manufacturing and distribution processes than ever before.
The Internet of People (IoP) is not just more sensor data, but it is a learning process or a study of how people interact with sensor data.
The time to redefine the internet of things from a product-centric view to one built around data and analytics and their building blocks is now.
Geospatial big data and its use cases in IoT are massive and complex, but with dedicated analysis they are extremely valuable to its user.
While a number of companies have been quick to bring new products and devices to the market, only a handful have done that with monetization in mind.
Ubiquitous connectivity is influencing expectations for how we work and go about our daily lives -- expectations that don't go away when we enter buildings.
Bringing compute to the edge helps quickly and economically predict impending failures, threats or manufacturing problems and improve business efficiency.
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Your organization's most underutilized sensor is moving to the frontline in an IoT-enabled world. Get ready for video, the next big insight creator.
Smart sensors play an undeniably key role in IoT. Understanding the full set of features and capabilities associated with these sensors is essential.
While the internet of things may not have yet delivered on its promise of seamless home automation, it is making strides in the smart workplace. Learn how.