Internet of Things (IoT) Verticals
If you haven't already, consider integrating IoT into your customer experience, says Mitel's Bob Agnes, but be sure to find the right balance between using the technology and adding a human touch.
Splunk's Erick Dean offers his five biggest takeaways from the 'World's Largest Industrial Fair" -- Hannover Messe, from machine data's impact to the need for smart analytics.
Nearly 40% of the fresh food produced in the U.S. is wasted. With all the technology available today, how can the food supply chain be so inefficient? Zest Labs' Peter Mehring describes how IoT can ...
Smart machines will make our world much better, says RTI's Stan Schneider. The smart machine era will be liberating in ways we cannot imagine today.
ForgeRock's Michael Tworek explains the challenges traditional industries face and business models they must adopt to stay competitive in the world of new mobility.
IT pros are finding practical ways to make people-centric smart city initiatives their focus rather than getting distracted by technology.
Protecting the first responders who protect us is a big responsibility, says AT&T's Chris Penrose. Here are four ways IoT is helping support public safety.
IoT is already having an impact on the retail supply chain, but what about its downstream impact on merchandise, stores and the consumer? Infor's Guy Courtin explains.
Hitachi Consulting's Rajesh Devnani explains why isolated IoT proofs of concept are a bad idea and offers key takeaways to avoid the same.
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.
Because the IoT market could mean any number of things, it will remain fragmented for a very long time, says Particle's Zach Supalla.