Internet of Things: Page 8
Industrial accidents? Air pollution?Actionable change is already occurring on the business application side of the IoT.
Innovations developed for interstellar exploration is inside many of the products in your home. Where will future versions lead?
People seem less interested in refrigerators that text them to buy milk than seeing their pets are safe and happy while they're at work.
"Smart" homes these days means safe homes, in terms of security and health. The IoT opportunities are out there. Are you game?
Rise of IoT globally is still in its early days hence the level of protection is on the lower end.
Ask, "Am I providing more value to the customer than the cost of adding connectivity to the product?" And, "Is my product fad or forever?"
The 'Internet of Things' (IoT) devices will soon be able to communicate with the smart grid on deciding the most optimal time to use energy.
Tests of always-connected dressings should start within a year.
In three years, automakers could make more money from connected vehicle data than car sales.
Read on as Pavan Kushwaha – a young ethical hacker and founder of cyber security start-up Kratikal Tech that recently raised $500k, puts E2EE in perspective.
IoT also brings along a hoard of security concerns that one cannot turn a blind eye to.
Dubai based telecommunications service provider du recently announced the launch of its all-new Smart Home Services for all UAE residents with packages in home automation, home monitoring and IT consultancy services on March 1, 2017.
Millions of households are welcoming these new voice-first home assistant devices into and as part of their families -- even with all the uncertainties and unintended consequences.
While there's hype surrounding the tremendous opportunity the IoT offers, there are still hazards that have yet to be properly addressed.