IoT deployments can stall because IT executives spend too much time trying to get things right rather than just get going.
IoT experts from Fortune 500s reveal their advice for working with start-ups.
The 21st century is a period marked by high technology, wireless and internet connectivity. The internet of things (IoT) is ruling our lifestyles.
The use of digital and mobile technology is creating smart healthcare solutions for people residing in urban centers. The IOT revolution which has spread itself in energy, transport, security and infrastructure segment will have sweeping results in health care. A unified healthcare system, collecting and sharing of data, analysis and research practices will usher a new era in tackling modern day health problems.
IOT in Smart Cities: Future Urban Development Plan of Building One Community around Wireless and Internet Connectivity
Smart city is an urban development plan which is economically sustainable and offer high living standards to its residents. Technology has a key role to play in building smart cities. A smart city infrastructure incorporates various factors like Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Internet of things (IOT)
The IoT has a great potential in monitoring and managing public assets, transportation systems, the pattern of energy and water consumption, information systems, and other private as well as public services.
there’s more than just the AC that can be controlled. So it’s no wonder that 57% people who use IoT devices claim that they save time…
The City of Arnhem has selected OpenRemote’s open-source IoT solution to develop an intelligent energy management system using advanced IoT technology. This new data management platform will enable the city’s energy managers to automate and oversee a distributed energy system combining solar and wind power installations, electric fleet chargers, cold ironing for ships and battery storage, through a powerful desktop and mobile application.
It might sound like the stuff of dystopian science fiction, but connecting workers and employees through the Internet of Things (IoT) will provide a significant boost to workplace productivity and safety.
When combined, Blockchain and IoT have the potential to reshape the construction industry and drive it towards effectiveness, accountability and transparency.