Internet of Things (IoT) Platform
Testing smart device performance is one piece of the puzzle; IoT requires a paradigm shift in the way products and solutions are developed and tested.
As we look to 2017 and beyond, we'll see IIoT continue to revolutionize organizations, with the biggest transformations being led in three key areas.
With proper planning and intelligent design, IoT can be approached in a manner to minimize risk and deliver increasing benefits through the entire value chain.
In IoT, killer apps represent solutions to real business problems, solutions that are obvious, immediate and easy to understand.
There are four strategies for the IoT industry to consider as it seeks to connect and realize the full potential of connected home.
While voice recognition is much improved and its place in IoT architectures is perceivable, it can still be hard to communicate.
Take a look at some of the innovative concepts witnessed at the National Retail Federation's Big Show, including four major wins and misses.
The industrial internet is ushering in a new wave of mobile apps. Along with the benefits comes a number of considerations IIoT companies must face.
Learn how IoT can be an effective tool in cognitive science research and help effectively proctor online courses to impart credibility for online education.
The connectivity and real-time analytics inherent in the internet of things could be the game changer for retailers' inventory woes.
2017 will see the emergence of true fog computing and programmable/intelligent edge devices with the strongest security measures to date.
Mature open standards and communications protocols have made it easier for disparate devices to communicate and for communicated data to be read, sorted, analyzed and acted upon.
Accurate positioning boosts functionality and flexibility in internet of things measurement, sensing and control applications.
There are a number of IoT PCB design layout, fabrication and assembly considerations and nuances companies must be aware of to launch a successful project.
The killer app is what will take the internet of things from being a proof-of-concept project in a lab to a strategic part of the business.