Internet of Things (IoT) in Government
While IoT has had a major impact on technology systems and processes, regulations are critical to providing reliable and secure products and services.
The internet of things will change the way first responders and public safety professionals do their jobs. ADRF's Greg Najjar discusses.
As the conversation around IoT turns to security, here are recommendations for what effective regulatory policy for enterprise IoT devices should look like.
App developers play a critical role in turning IoT data into user intent knowledge, helping better deliver services when and where needed.
Existing technologies and standards -- including the cloud, LPWA and open IoT standards -- provide cities the tools needed to deploy smart city applications.
A frictionless commute may seem too good to be true, but it is feasible. To come to fruition, cities need to make preparations for connected infrastructures and pilot systems now.
While the digital divide between rural communities and smart cities grows, 5G, telecom and IoT companies can improve connectivity to help close the gap.
In order to fully realize the benefits of a smart city revolution, we need a strong foundation and it all starts with a modern electrical grid.
Smart city innovation is stifled. Mobile operators have the power to add the "smart" into cities and bring that bright future to life.
Hurricanes wreak havoc on people and economies. But as Arup Barat of infiswift notes, IoT can help better prepare and respond to natural disasters.
If passed, the IoT Cybersecurity Act could improve IoT security by mandating IoT field certificate provisioning, says Intertrust's Bill Horne.
A successful smart city is one that moves its people effectively and efficiently. Masabi's Brian Zanghi explains how creating a seamless commute with smart tech can help.
Ersin Domangue of ISE dissects the IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2017, explaining what it is, how it will affect everyone and where it falls short.
By thinking things through, keeping an eye towards the future and investing time and resources into planning now, we will see the lasting potential of a truly smart city.
More With Mobile's Ken Figueredo explains why cities shouldn't approach the smart cities concept with a "free lunch" mentality.