Internet of Things (IoT) Verticals
From smart cities to connected health and autonomous vehicles, interoperability between devices is crucial to develop a reliable network that can support applications over the same infrastructure.
IoT devices working in conjunction with V2X wireless communications are ushering in a new era in transportation, but future vehicles will only be as strong as the foundation on which they are built.
As fleet management technologies get smarter, organizations will see greater ROI through improved productivity and cost savings.
Companies such as Donaldson, Nexleaf and Perch are utilizing IoT to provide improved manufacturing efforts and user experiences by gathering valuable, real-time data.
A fire detection device comprised of smart sensors can help firefighters detect heat, smoke, gas or flames associated with fires and deploy firefighting tactics and personnel more quickly.
IoT technology will change the way people work through virtual assistants and artificial intelligence handling mundane tasks to improve productivity and open up time for more interesting work.
Multi-wire bonding will enable electronic systems and equipment OEMs greater functional integration, but they must understand the fundamentals and challenges of the wire bonding process.
As 2019 comes to a close, use these tips to determine the top industries that will have the greatest penetration of IoT usage and value in 2020.
Smart cities have the potential to efficiently maintain themselves with minimal human input and reduce risk with the help of IoT, but leaders must be cognizant of the challenges and their solutions.
In-store IoT devices are becoming more common to foster greater customer experiences. Strong network infrastructure and analytics can be used to improve operation of these IoT devices.
IoT, augmented reality and virtual assistants will give workers more time to focus on meaningful tasks instead of busy work in 2020.
As advancements in technology continues, agricultural farmers can take advantage of LoRa and automatic identification services to better automate and streamline agricultural operations.
The emergence of 5G promises a mobile-first, connected workforce with greater bandwidth and increased network speed. But 5G's success depends on mobile operators and providers' continued investment.
Farming practices have much room for improvement thanks to the development of IoT sensors and analytics platforms to help farmers optimize the controllable conditions for crop growth.
Using the newest battery technology in IoT devices can affect device and data collection success more than manufacturers realize. Lighter, thinner, more flexible batteries can result in improved ...