Internet of Things (IoT) Mobility and Consumers
In today's technology-driven world, data is the new oil. However, to make technology successful in the auto industry, says Gemalto's Kate Migon, connectivity and security are key.
Without net neutrality, ISPs and telecom companies can prioritize services according to customer needs. One industry likely to feel the effect of this, explains NCP engineering's Julian Weinberger, ...
Digital identity is the ultimate "vehicle for success" that must underpin the new mobility. ForgeRock's Ashley Stevenson reviews the fundamentals of digital identity and explores its value and use ...
Connecting this deluge known as IoT big data to 3D face authentication could deliver a new level of frictionless interaction for all of us. SensibleVision's George Brostoff explains.
The internet of things can change the relationship customers have with dealerships and upgrade the entire car purchasing process for buyers. Jooycar's María Paz Gillet Martín discusses.
Physical retail stores are struggling to give consumers the online shopping experience they know and love. Ossia's Hatem Zeine outlines how IoT can help bridge the gap.
While experts agree that autonomous cars are the future of transportation, self-driving vehicles face a number of obstacles to ubiquitous use. Mobiliya's Ankush Tiwari explains.
Consumers aren't buying products anymore, says Tata Consultancy Services' Seeta Hariharan, they're buying connected experiences. Enter the connected economy.
The retail landscape is getting a makeover thanks to the internet of things. Mindinventory's Mehul Rajput discusses six benefits of IoT in retail.
With high-octane, real-time data collection, IoT devices are helping change the definition of data-driven marketing. Esurance's Haden Kirkpatrick explains.
The mobile gaming industry is getting a makeover thanks to the internet of things. Tatvasoft's Ritesh Mehta explains how IoT and gaming go hand in hand.
While consumers can help solve the IoT security problem by demanding more secure devices, says zvelo's Louis Creager, the onus is on vendors to put common standards into practice.
As chatbot and artificial intelligence technologies advance, we're going to start seeing a new class of bots become as ubiquitous as smartphones. Sisense's Guy Levy-Yurista explains.
Consumer IoT presents an incredible opportunity for enterprises to engage experiences and create new sources of digital revenue. CSG International's Chad Dunavant discusses.
If you haven't already, consider integrating IoT into your customer experience, says Mitel's Bob Agnes, but be sure to find the right balance between using the technology and adding a human touch.