Internet of Things (IoT) Hardware
Uber Elevate is bringing the concept of flying cars to life. But is it safe? Expensive? Will it really happen? Esurance's Haden Kirkpatrick takes a look.
Using a secured IoT chip, device-makers take a bold step to certify the security of their devices -- and ensure a victory against attackers.
Smart farming is difficult and costly in areas where network connection in an issue. USSD is an affordable way to solve connectivity issues.
Evaluating managed IoT service providers? Frank Greer of Zipit Wireless offers questions to ask to ensure you find the best for your enterprise's needs.
By incorporating IoT-enabled wearable devices into your enterprise deployments, you can harness the full potential of your mobility strategy.
Follow these seven tips to put yourself in a strong position for successful IoT product development partnership and the creation of a successful IoT product.
Once an IoT focus has been identified, start small with one project and follow the 4D's: discover, design, develop and deploy.
In the industrial internet, we will see more and more OT and IT converge. This convergence will drive new industry technologies and services.
Which IoT gateway prototype is better, Raspberry Pi or a commercial-grade, production-ready gateway? Rigado's Justin Rigling offers some pointers.
Sachin Kurlekar of Persistent Systems guides manufacturers through the IoT journey, from the specification phase to the support and upgrade phase
One of the constant themes that any practitioner in IoT deals with is how to bridge the traditionally separate worlds of OT and IT.
ServiceChannel's Hugues Meyrath says companies will increasingly turn to innovative, connected tech to unlock revenue, reduce costs and enhance the customer experience.
Roborace plans to be the first global championship for electric driverless racing cars where the real competitors are programmers running the smart AI code.
The fusion of energy management, security and convenience in IoT creates a tailored, personalized user experience, says Rob Martens of Allegion. In other words, it provides flexibility.
Adding computer vision into the smart home, advises Gideon Shmuel, can bring increased security, safety, comfort and entertainment to consumers.