Internet of Things (IoT) Verticals
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 ...
Despite some sources claiming that NB-IoT can't be used for farming and agriculture, others have proven that NB-IoT is designed to offer enhanced coverage in hard-to reach areas.
Field service IoT devices produce a gold mine of data, and organizations can use AI and machine learning to better interpret data and deliver better end-user experiences.
The number of organizations using IoT continues to grow. Businesses that recognize and tap into its power and potential will be able to look at the future with confidence and excitement.
As a result of growing population numbers, farmers and food manufacturers are facing a need for increased food production. But IoT tech can help extend the lifecycle of equipment and boost the ...
Understanding data with the help of IoT deployments can not only help businesses monetize their data, but also prevent device failures in the future, especially where cold chain stores are concerned.
Organization can use edge AI for many different functions, but the core factor is if it needs an IoT application to analyze data at rapid intervals for immediate decision making, then it needs edge AI.
As it stands now, automakers have an opportunity to save money and build new revenue streams by pulling vast troves of data from connected vehicles through Message Queuing Telemetry Transport and ...
The relationship between humans and computers continues to evolve. What does it mean for the future of work? Steve Wilson sits down with James Bulpin to discuss.
All data must play a role in organizations hoping to keep a competitive edge with an IoT deployment. Vertica's Joy King explains how unstructured data will seem small compared to IoT data used for ...