Internet of Things (IoT) Mobility and Consumers
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.
Domotic data can be gleaned from smart home devices to benefit a number of applications, explains Raoul Wijgergangs of Z-Wave, Sigma Designs
The benefits of IoT come with them complex security concerns. SAP National Security Services' Mark Testoni explains how to overcome the challenge.
Panoramic Power's Tsafrir Oranski looks at how technology today -- specifically, the internet of things -- is working to preserve and revitalize our planet.
IoT isn't a consumer fad; enterprises also enjoy its benefits. But, ForeScout's Pedro Abreu adds, along with benefits, enterprises must be aware of its risks.
For truly inclusive smart cities, planners must integrate aging and accessibility considerations into their smart city projects, says AT&T's Chris Penrose.
Proper management of security secrets is no small task with many remaining in use for extended periods. Momenta Partners' Pavan Singh explains.
The greatest IoT revenue opportunities are in flexible monetization models, such subscription or pay-per-use, says Flexera's Eric Free.
Cisco's Barry Einsig explains how cities, states and local governments can create the foundation for a modern connected transportation system.
Can millions of "dumb" devices connect without compromising security? Openwave Mobility's Aman Brar explains why cellular IoT, or CIoT, may be the solution.
When it comes to IoT product design, Chris Matthieu of Citrix knows it's all about the user experience, not the engineers doing the designing.
Artificial intelligence is growing at a rapid pace, going beyond the usual expectations from machines, able to recognize images and behavioral patterns.