IoT Industry and Vertical Markets
Converging IT and OT networks naturally exposes critical devices and processes to new threats. Fortinet's Peter Newton outlines how NAC and segmentation can help sure IIoT.
Using IoT in the supply chain can not only help monitor the production of fresh food, explains CalAmp's Paul Washicko, but it can provide visibility on the food's entire journey from farm to table.
With smartphones, nearly ubiquitous wireless connectivity, digital tech and IoT sensors, the promise of just-in-time customer engagement is becoming a reality. Tata Consultancy Services' Seeta ...
Texas Instrument's Adrian Fernandez explains what is happening in the industry that is enabling the rapid iteration and prototyping of embedded hardware products.
Industrial and mobile robotics are fueling today's factories with automation. Persistent Systems' Sachin Kurlekar explores how autonomous mobile robots, or AMRs, are emerging to tackle new tasks ...
A smart city is more than just connected infrastructure. Infor's Guy Courtin discusses how using digital to reduce friction and inefficiencies will make truly smart cities a reality.
While voice assistants can act on demands, they have no insight into a home's condition or ability to respond to them without smarts. Silicon Labs' Raoul Wijgergangs explores how IoT can create a ...
Using IoT technology, Q-Free's Smart Parking system is helping drivers find parking spots faster, bringing the vision of a smart city to life. Silicon Labs' Alex Koepsel discusses.
To tap into the full potential of IIoT, manufacturers must separate propaganda from reality. Read on as Saviant Consulting's Yatish Patil identifies five IoT myths and reveals the true facts.
By offering value-add services, such as business consulting, systems integration, analytics and security, it's possible for operators to dramatically increase their stake in IoT. Netscout's Ron ...
Despite the touted benefits of IoT for mobile operators, few are reaping them. Openwave Mobility's Aman Brar offers three areas mobile operators should hone in on to successfully monetize IoT.
Sage's Klaus-Michael Vogelberg offers some guiding principles to help create accessible enterprise IoT technologies that place a premium on ethics and inclusion.
Venues across the world are adopting IoT technologies to become smart spaces. This, says Venuetize's Nimish Shrivastava, will help drive new revenue streams and commerce models.
The 'X as a service' trend, says Tata Communications' Tim Sherwood, is helping differentiate MVNOs as they launch and maintain value-added services in the IoT world.
Splunk's Erick Dean explains that while the benefits of IT/OT convergence are clear, it's no easy undertaking. Read on to learn four steps to success.
Predictive analytics is key for manufacturers to gain full visibility and control of manufacturing processes. And as Progress's Ruban Phukan explains, cognitive-first technology can make the day of ...
The 'secure by design' concept is a great idea in theory, but without automatic updates, IoT security will always be an issue. Minim's Alec Rooney discusses.
Comparing long-time IT companies to dinosaurs, OIES Consulting's Francisco Maroto explains why they must adapt, or they face extinction because of the metaphorical IoT, AI or blockchain meteorites.
Most professional services organizations are stuck in the earliest stages of adopting IoT. MOBI's Josh Garrett explains why this industry is challenged by IoT.
IMS Evolve's Jason Kay explains that while a priority for IoT is creating more efficient processes, ultimately those efficiencies should also address issues that are key to the customer experience.
Linking IoT and transactional data is the gateway to digital transformation, despite the complexities involved. Oracle NetSuite's David Gustovich outlines why integrating IoT and ERP is a win for ...
Creating a new digital ecosystem; bringing GS1 Digital Link to consumer product brands at mass scale; every product can now be #BornDigital. EVRYTHNG's Niall Murphy discusses.