IoT Industry and Vertical Markets
As we get a more connected transportation grid, not only could we expect the incremental benefits of increased time with our assets, says Infor's Guy Courin, but it could open new business models ...
How we secure and react to cybersecurity concerns today will seriously impact the future vulnerability and reliance of IoT. FreeWave's Scott Allen discusses.
IoT will transform how insurance underwriting and pricing are done for markets including autos, smart home, health and more , says Accelerite's Dean Hamilton. However, the benefits aren't without ...
There are scores of approaches to achieving exceptional customer experience, says ServiceChannel's Hugues Meyrath, with the application of IoT and data analytics being a key one.
Industrial IoT is experiencing growing pains, says Augury's Saar Yoskovitz, and that's why focusing on building the central nervous system for IIoT is the next critical step forward.
Fleet vehicles and managers, get ready for an upgrade. Jooycar's María Paz Gillet Martín explains three ways big data and IoT are affecting fleet management.
A successful industrial IoT deployment requires the right mix of customer experience and data utilization. Voxpro's Brian Hannon offers advice to help customer experience teams prepare support for ...
Though there are several recommended properties for built-in security, says NCP engineering's Julian Weinberger, encrypting communications with VPNs is essential.
Today's auto manufacturers are using IIoT in response to demands for more customization. Infor's Jeff Nedwick explains.
When you combine blockchain, AI and automobiles, an auditable 'time chain of events' can be recorded. FICO's Scott Zoldi discusses the uses and benefits.
While IoT has revolutionized healthcare, says Netscout's Eileen Haggerty, expanding threats and increasingly innovative tech make the need for complete visibility and service assurance critical.
The opportunities of IoT in e-commerce logistics are unlimited. Aankhen's Subhash Chowdary explains, offering examples of success and an IoT case study.
Behavioral eManipulation, explains Independent Security Evaluators' Ted Harrington, is an attack methodology in which attackers use technical exploits to influence human behavior.
Bsquare's Dave McCarthy discusses five critical ways adaptive diagnostics is helping improve repair of mission-critical equipment.
Why has healthcare struggled to make IoT safe? MOBI's Josh Garrett discusses two primary healthcare IoT challenges: device manufacturer priorities and network access security.
As environmental models and IoT sensors advance, explains Esurance's Haden Kirkpatrick, we'll not only know earlier when a disaster will strike, but also the preciseness of its impact.
PKI can be used to secure IoT devices during the manufacturing process -- its supply chain as well as the distribution and delivery process. GlobalSign's Nisarg Desai discusses.
Nexsoftsys' James Warner discusses three use cases where streaming analytics has a bright future, but has not quite taken off yet.
ForgeRock's Ashley Stevenson examines the security, data and connected services being developed to make new mobility an everyday, on-the-go reality.
Splunk's Erick Dean offers five key technology trends Industry 4.0 is talking about today that are making manufacturers rethink planned versus unplanned maintenance.
Flexera's Eric Free explains how software composition analysis software can help IIoT developers scan and manage the components used during IIoT development ensure IIoT security.
Smart cities, says ClearBlade's Aaron Allsbrook, can enable ecosystems, entice technology pioneers and provide gravitational pull for diverse arts and ethnic communities.
The secret to choosing IoT connectivity technology, says Deloitte Consulting's Helena Lisachuk, is about focusing on your business not on the technology.
There's a lot to be gained by adopting IoT or IIoT within OT networks and ICS environments, says Nozomi Networks' Andrea Carcano, but cybersecurity cannot be ignored.
The right technology can help keep small- and medium-sized oil and gas producers in the game. However, as FreeWave's Scott Allen explains, connecting intelligent systems with the right technology ...
IoT-enabled home devices and sensors generate valuable insights for consumers, says Earth Networks' Amena Ali. Here are three key outcomes of IoT improving customer experience.
As we have seen with a number of use cases, IoT and digitization makes way to endless opportunities -- so why not apply our learnings to infrastructure? Infor's Guy Courtin discusses.
IoT growth is estimated to be tremendous. However, meeting the need for IoT security controls, says Cytellix's Brian Berger, will be a massive undertaking.
AI is making inroads in the workplace. Broadsoft's Scott Hoffpauir offers a clear-eyed look at what AI is and how it can be put to work today.
Creating value from IoT while ensuring a safe and satisfactory user experience is not an easy task. oneM2M's Dr. Omar Elloumi explains why interoperability between verticals and vendors is critical.
To create a world of seamless exchange between people, networks, devices and applications, IoT in concert with AI is critical, says Tata Communications' Tim Sherwood.
As connected car technology advances, so will the safety features for vehicles. Here is how IoT and big data are changing vehicle safety and what we can expect for the future.
The interconnected nature of IoT devices, mobile apps, web apps and back-end services makes it a natural fit for APM technologies, says AppDynamics' Jonah Kowall.
Asset utilization has become a top business IoT use case. Bsquare's Dave McCarthy offers three benefits beyond the usual suspects of asset utilization data.
Looking back at 2017 is just as important as looking forward to 2018. Vodafone's Ludovico Fassati offers key IoT developments of the last year that point to the future of the dynamic technology.
Voyager Labs' Jay Klein offers pointers to systematically assess and evaluate AI-based products and technologies to ensure their authenticity and therefore effectiveness in specific use cases.
Though blockchain was first envisaged for cryptocurrencies, it's finding its place in many other areas – including the supply chain, says Shan M. of Happiest Minds Technologies.
Thanks to IoT, the insurance industry is revolutionizing how it assesses risks and pricing to a model based on real-life data. Jooycar's María Paz Gillet Martín explains.
Taking a proactive approach to maintenance with IoT, versus a reactive one, can save industrial organizations time and money. Splunk's Erick Dean discusses.
Wearable devices aren't just a consumer fad -- they're making inroads in the enterprise, improving worker safety and resiliency, says Borqs Technologies' George Thangadurai.
Thanks to the miniaturization of 3D cameras and increasingly powerful AI software, says Sensible Vision's George Brostoff, interaction between people and their cars will never be the same.
A bottoms-up approach to industrial IoT is popping up at many plants, with IT pros and engineers launching IIoT initiatives in a DIY fashion. Kepware's Jeff Bates discusses.
Companies are anxiously looking for the killer IoT app. But, according to OIES Consulting's Francisco Maroto, the true killer IoT app doesn't exist.
The internet of things is changing how machines run and are serviced – but what does it mean for the field service technicians doing the fixing? ServiceMax's Athani Krishna discusses.
The rise of IoT and M2M ecosystems require a programming language that is easy to use across devices and platforms. TatvaSoft's Ritesh Mehta explains why Java is the perfect choice.
Augmented reality and virtual reality technologies aren't just for gamers anymore. Harman's Andrew Till explains how AR/VR is changing the enterprise as we know it.
A standardized and connected ecosystem can provide easy and seamless access to one critical industry: healthcare. Zephyr Health's William King outlines three critical value drivers of healthcare IoT.
Using IoT technologies, logistics providers and supply chains can reap numerous rewards, enhancing efficiency, improving safety and saving costs. Ingram Micro's Ben Xiang explains.
Upskill's Brian Ballard outlines the top five augmented reality trends for 2018, from improved AR accessibility for enterprises to the broad adoption of AR in service and logistics.
When it comes to generating recurring revenue with IoT, designing products is half the battle. Zipit's Frank Greer provides tips for building successful subscription IoT businesses.
Blockchain could revolutionize insurance for both the insurer and policyholder. Esurance's Haden Kirkpatrick explains.
IoT will drive employee productivity and improve customer interaction. Mindtree's Srinivas Bhagavatula discusses the benefits and challenges of using location sensing in the enterprise.
Venuetize's Nimish Shrivastava explains how the Augmented Age is leading to new ways of experiencing and engaging with smart spaces, as well as opportunities for the people managing these spaces.
A new generation of mobility services is on the rise. ForgeRock's Michael Tworek outlines the new mobility era, including its challenges, benefits and the role of digital identity in it.
Learn how midmarket manufacturers can prosper from IoT and get tips on starting industrial IoT projects that lay the groundwork for IoT to use enterprise systems and transform business processes.
The industrial IoT age is upon us. And as Mobiliya's Krish Kupathil explains, there is more than one way IIoT will accelerate growth, transform economies and create a new level of competitiveness.
Roambee's Sanjay Sharma explains why taking a connected things approach to fleet management -- versus a connected fleet approach -- helps better track the health of shipments.
There is a lack of neutral network integrators able to deliver IoT network solutions using multiple technologies. Wireless 20/20's Berge Ayvazian explains.
5G is the catalyst needed to make industrial and enterprise augmented reality, virtual reality and mixed reality applications a reality, says Kaleido Insights's Jaimy Szymanski.
Bsquare's Dave McCarthy offers five key factors to consider when building IoT reports and visualizations to make it easier to understand what you and your peers want to learn from your connected ...
For every hit IoT product, there are dozens of failures. Proper prototyping, while costly, can help developers judge viability and validate the product's market fit. Yeti's Tony Scherba discusses.
MobiDev's Serge Koba outlines five key IoT trends will remain relevant throughout 2018 for developers and business owners alike.
By taking a business-first versus technology-first approach to IoT, says IMS Evolve's Jason Kay, companies can achieve valuable IoT deployments.
While many factory leaders are wary of the cloud, rejecting its use can hinder the ability to gain the benefits from smart manufacturing and IIoT.
Connecting and powering IIoT sensors in the wild is challenging. Bryan Hughes of SpaceTime Insight explains how an old standby, SMS, may just save the day.
Microsoft's SharePoint remains an in-demand business platform for organizations all over the world. Combined it with IoT to reap even more benefits.
The next phase of connectivity is here: voice-controlled automation. LogiNext's Manisha Raisinghai explains the benefits of voice in logistics.
While natural disasters are outside the control of humans, IoT is being used to minimize the adversity resulting from natural occurrences and save lives.
The IoT Evolution Expo brought IoT decision-makers together in panel discussion about how IoT is driving sustainability.
IoT security is a major concern, especially for retailers. JASK's Greg Martin explores the role retailers have to play in securing IoT and keeping themselves and consumers safe.
Insights gleaned from IoT data are changing business models, and no other sector has been impacted by the IoT transformation more than manufacturing.
NCP engineering's Julian Weinberger explores the benefits of IIoT and smart factories, as well as the security risks which can be mitigated by a centrally managed VPN.
The success of connected and autonomous cars requires a fundamental shift in the data platforms used to support them. MapR's Crystal Valentine discusses.
Many consumer IoT companies have struggled to monetize their offerings as effectively as their industrial IoT peers, but connected cars have found the exception.
NFC Forum's Paula Hunter highlights four products from CES 2018 that are good examples of NFC technology fueling innovation and product development.
Protecting driverless cars is complex and difficult. HARMAN's Andrew Till explores how companies are leading the way to protect the car of the future.
Karina Popova explains the benefits IoT can provide to farmers, as well as the challenges of adopting connected technologies in the agriculture industry.
Hitachi Vantara's Greg Knieriemen discusses five ways IoT will permanently change the manufacturing for the better, from improved operational efficiency to improving safety.
Leaning on technology contracts, says Johnson Controls' Jim Nannini, can help enterprises ensure IoT deployments in smart buildings fulfill their goals and vision.
Resiliency is achievable through smart cities, says Johnson Controls' Lisa Brown, it's just a matter of taking advantage of the technologies at hand.
Are behavioral analytics for IoT and autonomous cars key to keeping the roadways safe? FICO's Scott Zoldi discusses the treasure trove of data onboard sensors generate.
Mark Troester of Progress explores the convergence of today's digital trends -- AI, IoT and digital transformation -- and what it means for your business.
2017 was not the year of the smart home. But it is one the IoT segments that will grow fastest during 2018, says Francisco Maroto of OIES Consulting.
Connected products and IoT systems require much more than a centralized innovation lab can deliver. BrightWolf's James Branigan explains.
The exchange of ideas, expertise and data among people, organizations and governments could enable the corporate world to create more sustainable products and services.
James Brehm of James Brehm and Associates looks at the benefits of IoT in the supply chain as it applies to salsa, from farm to grocery store to your table.
Robert Schmid of Deloitte Consulting explains how turnkey IoT offers a customized IoT solution with ease of implementation -- the best of both worlds.
Tapping smart building and IoT connectivity can positively impact how hospitals operate and the experiences they offer for those who visit them.
From wearables to external sensors to proactive and preventative care, IoT is poised to improve the healthcare system and revolutionize how we view health.
As more companies start implementing reality technology, it's only a matter of time before digital twins become more intricate and elaborate.
802.11s will allow us to rethink how wireless networks are designed in individual homes and businesses and, eventually, communities and smart grids.
IPS' Mitch Maiman discusses IoT technology trends he expects in 2018, from improved security through blockchain to outdoor IoT growth to more wearables.
The IoT conversation is shifting from 'what' to 'where' and 'how,' as seen in this roundup of the most thought-provoking IoT blogs of 2017.
Analytics is the tool for improving our IoT tools, says Greenwave Systems' Jim Hunter, it's what makes our technology better at serving us.
In 2018, IoT data paired with machine learning and end-to-end service visibility will become key determiners for success.
With the power to transform hands-on workforces and upskill employees of all levels and tenures, augmented reality is the IoT gift that keeps on giving.
Modern supply chains using IoT have the power to ensure customer expectations are not only met, but exceeded. SAP's Hans Thalbauer explains.
Cars have a lot of data to offer. Whether or not we are using it to its full potential is the true question. GE Digital's Jason Cline discusses.
TestPlant's Antony Edwards offers five IoT predictions for 2018, from the growth of as a service to the emergence of vermin control in smart homes.
Bsquare's Dave McCarthy discusses three valuable lessons from businesses that have cracked open their IIoT data and are in the trenches of Industry 4.0.