Internet of Things (IoT) in Government
Proposed security standards in the IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act are good, explains Birst's Rick Spickelmier, but they're bare minimum for IoT vendors.
Recent legislation calls for new IoT security measures. But as ThingStream's Neil Hamilton points out, the answer might already be in use today.
Fortinet's Anthony Giandomenico says IoT device manufacturers need security standards or legislation to avoid market disruptions and consumer mutinies.
Panoramic Power's Tsafrir Oranski looks at how technology today -- specifically, the internet of things -- is working to preserve and revitalize our planet.
For truly inclusive smart cities, planners must integrate aging and accessibility considerations into their smart city projects, says AT&T's Chris Penrose.
Cisco's Barry Einsig explains how cities, states and local governments can create the foundation for a modern connected transportation system.
A connected city isn't the same thing as a smart city. Zachary Rudzki, manager at TechNexus, explains the difference.
How can small and medium-sized cities invest in smart tech? More With Mobile founder Ken Figueredo says they should learn from large cities' successes.
Smart city success requires updating decades-old, proprietary transportation infrastructure. Connecthings CEO Laetitia Gazel Anthoine explains.
Organizations that are integrating IoT into their business should equally prepare for a deep digital transformation in their cyber and compliance practices.
Data analytics is the key to unlocking value from IoT data collected from smart buildings and enabling organizations to truly put their buildings to work.
If cities want to make the journey to being smart, they should look to the multiple leading cities across the U.S. for examples of how to find success.
Follow these steps to make your smart city implementation go smoothly, so city leaders and the public can benefit from modern-day investments.
Smart cities give us the chance to positively impact our lives and the lives of every person on this planet to a degree never before possible.
Improving upon existing operations is a benefit of connected cities, but what are futuristic areas of disruption could happen if your city was connected?