IoT Industry and Vertical Markets
Smart cities go beyond connected street lights, trash cans and booking a parking space with a smart swipe. Learn how.
Participants in a roundtable discussion took a look at the reality of the internet of things market, including recent M&A activity.
If various smart consumer devices that are not connected today connect and work together, a number of scenarios emerge that could improve quality of life.
Should IoT deployments use LPWAN technologies, 3GPP technologies or both? Consider the benefits and use cases -- and the flaw that needs remediating.
The opportunity associated with IoT represents a bright spot for communications service providers seeking to differentiate themselves from the competition.
As IoT data grows, our challenge is to develop systems that capture and process data fast, efficiently and at the point where it can have maximum impact. Intelligence at the edge can help.
The Vodafone IoT Barometer 2016 offers a number of key takeaways for everyone working in IoT, connected devices and communications.
To improve smart city resiliency, the Department of Homeland Security is looking to Silicon Valley and other tech hubs across the country for help.
A smart home system requires more than just internet connectivity to be considered smart. Learn the benefits of a system-level product design approach.
Fulfilling the role of the chief IoT officer -- a single person with the talent, skill set and understanding to drive emerging technologies forward -- is a tall order.
The internet of things isn't one market, but five critical battlegrounds, each with its own opportunities, challenges and key players.
When it comes to securing internet of things deployments, companies should take a page from the books of some streaming media services.
When it comes to IIoT, connectivity isn't enough. Knowing how to use the data gleaned from the connectivity in a scalable manner is critical.
Smart home cloud platforms are a growing segment consisting of smart home control and automation system platform as well as smart home device platforms.
Google, Apple, Uber and Tesla -- the four horsemen of the connected cars -- pack a big threat to established automakers and the car industry as a whole.