Internet of Things (IoT) Wireless
An intelligent ecosystem will accelerate time to market for the next wave of edge and 5G-aware applications, resulting in greater efficiency and a stronger commercial model for IoT products.
Wireless charging provides innumerable possibilities to both users and manufacturers alike, introducing advantageous benefits such as easier installations and increased power efficiency.
Attending games and events is no longer just about the in-person experience. IoT technology and a supporting network are two critical components that will motivate fans to make it to the game.
As fleet management technologies get smarter, organizations will see greater ROI through improved productivity and cost savings.
Devices such as mobile phones or laptops can only go so far as their battery life will take them. Ultimately, long-range wireless charging will be a game-changer for offices large and small.
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.
As the smart revolution matures from its conceptual stage, the furniture industry must also adapt to the new requirements, and more flexible power solutions must follow to support them.
The growth of IoT devices is outpacing mobile. Providers must plan for the next era of industry supporting IoT devices with onboarding, security and services for different verticals.
Industrial organizations may find private 5G networks address their needs more effectively than provided 5G networks through ensured data privacy, improved security and lower latency.
As 5G gains popularity, businesses must adopt new IT strategies to get the most out of IoT data, such as taking advantage of event stream processing, adding new infrastructure and using machine ...
Long-range wireless charging promises to supercharge the potential of IoT networks. And just like Wi-Fi eliminated the data cord, long-range wireless charging will eliminate the power cord.
As IoT devices continue to rise in popularity, consumers and manufacturers alike have begun to come across the battery life dilemma.
Public services, such as restrooms, can save time and money with the implementation of IoT devices that use long-range wireless power to sustainably monitor facilities that need maintenance.
IoT has great potential and the connectivity technology behind it should not be the limiting factor. Organizations must understand which technologies are the ones needed to achieve the desired IoT ...
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.