Internet of Things (IoT) Platform
The success of a 5G network rollout, says Aricent's Ben Pietrabella, will depend in large part on the operator's ability to harness AI across the network value chain.
Exadel's Jonathan Fries explains how the Amazon IoT Button offers always-on, 'press a button and things happen' functionality, allowing developers to create simple, easy-to-use IoT applications.
A smart city begins with smart transportation. TransitScreen's Matt Caywood explores how smart transit can benefit smart cities, the workforce and the planet.
Hitachi Consulting's Rajesh Devnani explains why isolated IoT proofs of concept are a bad idea and offers key takeaways to avoid the same.
Is blockchain the answer to managing IoT security issues and the deluge of incoming IoT data? Canonical's Jamie Bennett discusses the partnership of IoT and blockchain.
To reap the rewards of an enterprise IoT ecosystem, says Marlabs' Jojith Rajan, analytics paired with artificial intelligence, machine learning, predictive analytics and digital twins are critical.
SensibleVision's George Brostoff recommends organizations focus on quality and diversity of data rather than just the size of the database for successful, secure 3D face authentication.
Selling IoT isn't easy, but the time to do it is now. OIES Consulting's Francisco Maroto offers tips to IoT sales success.
The $700 billion trucking industry is on the cusp of a technological revolution. Decisiv's Rob Bradenham explores the benefits of IIoT in the supply chain, from optimized processes to less downtime.
Real-time location services is poised to bring a 'new logistics order.' Roambee's Sanjay Sharma outlines the benefits for logistics companies and their clients alike.
What if you could pair a conversational chatbot with the plethora of sensor data from IIoT to help manage a response or activity based on a predictive outcome? Progress' Mark Troester discusses.
IoT requires a critical technology infrastructure reinvention, which can be enabled only by HTAP powered by in-memory computing. GridGain Systems' Nikita Ivanov explains.
Because the IoT market could mean any number of things, it will remain fragmented for a very long time, says Particle's Zach Supalla.
Large, complex IoT systems can be like the board game Mousetrap, says Red Hat's James Kirkland. The moment something is off, a chain reaction can lead to system failures.