More objects are becoming embedded with sensors and gaining the ability to communicate. The resulting information networks promise to create new business models, improve business processes, and reduce costs and risks.
Rachel Jones is the Experience-Led Innovation 'champion' for the Creative Industries KTN. She recently attended an IoT event in Edinburgh on behalf of the IoT SIG, and wrote a short post on her experience, which is available here - on the CIKTN site.
“Internet Of Things” Companies Beating Tech Giants. Large tech companies, slow to embrace mobile technology, are finding it hard to compete these days, according to Reuters. The news service compared the earnings from ...
Globe and MailChips and apps: How emerging tech will change educationGlobe and MailRatto's research focuses on the Internet of Things, which he defines as the movement of digital technologies off screens and into the physical environment.
Everything will have an IP address, says NXP CEO Rick ClemmerElectronicsWeekly.comBy creating an 'Internet of Things', where appliances, devices and systems can talk to each other, and be securely accessed and controlled from anywhere for privacy...
Devil in the detailFinancial TimesIn the torrents of data generated by company processes and mushrooming networks of interconnected individuals, devices, vehicles and objects (the “internet of things”), big data is very big indeed.
The attachment below is a summary of the challenges, themes and potential projects which might be developed as part of the EU's FP7 programme - an outcome of the brainstorm sessions held at the EU funding briefing event on 12 September.
Ling Shao, IBM Distinguished Engineer and Chief Architect for Internet-of-Things and Wireless, IBM Research, China By Cindy Geng, Market Development & Insights, IBM Research, China Telecom operators in China have their hands full.
WiredThe Cloud Will Set You FreeWiredAdditionally, the Internet of Things, meaning devices interacting with other devices, creates its own huge workload on the underlying infrastructure. All of these workloads are variable and unpredictable.
John Riley of Computer World UK writes, “I've started this blog on the Internet of Things for one main reason. It's down to my surprise and concern about the lack of real urgency and the low level of awareness I see around me ...
The Internet of Things will surely disrupt many industries. Today, we take a specific look at the world of transportation and identify and explore just a few of the ways that the Internet of Things is and will continue to make an ...
Speaking at a seminar held by European Communucations, titled "Beyond Connectivity", Schlautmann said that the Fleet and Freight Management and Security and Surveillance sectors are the only two sectors achieving market "breakthrough".
VentureBeatFuturistic startup super charges your possessions into digital lifeVentureBeatEVRYTHNG is still in stealth mode, but during a meeting with founder Niall Murphy, I got an exclusive look at the technology and learned about The Internet of...
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