Internet of Things (IoT) Platform
For IoT to really take off and deliver the efficiencies it promises, devices need to be able to communicate easily and seamlessly through open standards.
To realize the full benefits of IoT, stakeholders must rely on three critical components: reliable connectivity, trusted security and an agile monetization framework.
In the future, the agriculture industry can help accelerate IoT development as data from the field holds valuable insights for smart precision farming.
A smart transit system is helping the fastest growing region in the U.S. combat traffic woes and the first mile/last mile problem while optimizing routes.
Identifying and defining key characteristics of a cloud-based IoT monetization engine will help businesses succeed not just today, but for years to come.
When cities apply IoT to the larger challenges facing them, they will improve sustainability while implementing solutions that improve the urban experience.
Blockchain, while still an emerging solution, is one of the more intriguing technologies with potential to set us down the road towards a secure IoT world.
While many sessions at IoT Evolution Expo focused on wider-area, lower-data-rate standards, there wasn't much agreement over which is best.
2016 saw some of the largest individual funding rounds for commercial and industrial internet of things companies. Review a list of some of those companies.
It's important to shift the focus of discussion to the solutions required to drive clear, tangible business value with IoT and BI.
A functioning internet of things requires everyone to take security seriously; learn the part a secure platform has to play.
With an IoT platform and smart streetlight software, Oklahoma Gas and Electric is ready to throw new light on customer service.
Many technologies ride the popularity wave and subsequently become a channel -- and not core to business needs. Will IoT follow the same path?