Internet of Things (IoT) Mobility and Consumers
A successful smart city is one that moves its people effectively and efficiently. Masabi's Brian Zanghi explains how creating a seamless commute with smart tech can help.
As IoT infiltrates everyday life, says IOTAS' Sce Pike, multifamily housing developers need to put infrastructure in place to meet demands of modern renters.
By incorporating IoT-enabled wearable devices into your enterprise deployments, you can harness the full potential of your mobility strategy.
Utility consumers today are looking for information for a detailed understanding of their usage. The internet of things is key to providing this insight.
Apple iOS 11's support of NFC tags combined with the explosion of IoT devices means that IoT and NFC applications are soon to take off.
Millennials are pushing for greater visibility and awareness of our supply chains, says Guy Courtin of Infor. IoT can help achieve this.
By thinking things through, keeping an eye towards the future and investing time and resources into planning now, we will see the lasting potential of a truly smart city.
MOBI's Josh Garrett offers three examples of IoT in the enterprise and explores how a mobility management platform can benefit each.
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.