The Internet of Things means new infrastructure in new places, especially the edge. (image by jeferrb via Pixabay)
Today we kick off Data Driven, a series of articles examining the volume of data generated by emerging technologies.
15 Hours of Expert Video Instruction
By 2020, more than 50 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices will be connected to the Internet. Those connections are already enabling radically new business models, capabilities, and applications, making IoT knowledge indispensable for executives and technologists alike.
Affiliate marketing-the things nobody told you Is all about improving your skills and creating your traffic more easy and low costI know what it takes to create traffic - as I've build an online college that converts leads every single daySo in this course I've put together some of the best ideas and techniques that you can implement right now This course is about to change every thing you know about internet marketing - so///let me know how it was
It is predicted that the number of IoT devices will reach 20 billion by 2022, and IoT Applications such as smart healthcare, virtual assistants, augmented reality and self-driving cars are gaining popularity in our daily life.
The infrastructure of this ever-growing network of IoT devices, however, is still centralized and thus subject to a number of problems like uneven connectivity, slow/limited scalability, low security and lack of standards.
The Internet of Things is starting to get its first mentions on traditional news outlets such as BBC News and CNN, a suggestion that this phenomenon is more than a passing trend. According to a report by IT researcher IDC, the Internet of Things market will be worth up to $7.
An overview of different kinds of recommendation technologies
IoT envisions an infrastructure where different kinds of devices can be interconnected. Here's an overview of different kinds of recommendation technologies and how these can be applied in IoT-related scenarios.
Join the CONNECT University session on "The Internet Of Things for Smart Printed Objects" in order to find out more about PING (Printed Intelligent NFC Game cards and packaging) - enabling commercially viable production of smart printed objects. How might the Internet of Things affect the smart printed objects?
Inspired and supported by the Horizon 2020 program, six world leading companies from four different EU countries have founded the PING (Printed Intelligent NFC Game cards and packaging) consortium to bring flexible electronics from the lab to mainstream markets.
There are two general ways the Internet of Things adds value to businesses. The first is by improving existing business operations.
The algorithmic organisation is an organisation built around smart algorithms. Algorithms that define company processes, that deliver customer services, that take action when necessary and as such define the way the world works.
In advance of a hearing on the Internet of Things (IoT), EPIC wrote to Congress on the need for privacy and security regulations for IoT consumer products. EPIC explained that regulation is necessary "because neither the manufacturers nor the owners of those devices have incentive to fix weak security.
A few of us gathered for a round table discussion of Internet of Things while I was at Dell Technologies World at the beginning of the month. I arrived a little early and had a private round table for several minutes before others arrive and the discussion became broader.
Blockchain and IoT have the potential to drastically change the supply chain. Even if you aren't thinking about investing in these technologies at least get up to speed.
This is the first course in the PTC IoT Series. It focuses on unpacking the Internet of Things by describing the fundamental changes that are taking place at a product level; namely how things are becoming smart and connected.
Irish tech is at the heart of Vodafone's expansion into IoT.
Fixed and mobile telecoms giant Vodafone is working with Irish tech companies to make the internet of things (IoT) world a reality.
This is the third course in the PTC IoT Series. It focuses on describing how the Internet of Things is transforming market segments and associated business strategies.
Cognitive AI in edge devices will enable the Internet of Things (IoT) to become more than a collection of sensors. AI on a Chip promises a revolution in IoT applications because it delivers actionable intelligence at the edge, where it previously was impossible.