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25 billion connected devices by 2020 to build the Internet of Things | ZDNet

25 billion connected devices by 2020 to build the Internet of Things | ZDNet | A Connected World : wireless sensors for a better life | Scoop.it
Analysts estimate there will be 4.9bn connected devices by the end of next year and that this will increase four-fold in the following five years.

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Sysco Fined Millions for Food Safety Violations

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Sysco Corporation, the world’s largest food distributor, has agreed to pay $19.4 million in penalties and restitution after an NBC Bay Area investigation uncovered the company’s secret food sheds...
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M2M ‘Set to Transform Supply Chain, Transportation’

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Surveiller les températures - Stratégies Logistique

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Les utilisateurs du système de radiofréquence sans fil d'Oceasoft - Cobalt - peuvent désormais s'affranchir de l'ordinateur pour contrôler le bon fonctionnement des capteurs.

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The Internet of Things 2014

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is simply a concept wherein machines and everyday objects are connected via the Internet. Within the IoT, devices are controlled and monitored remotely and usually wirelessly. IDC predicts that the IoT will include 212 billion things globally by the end of 2020.


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You have to work this channel to be successful even if your market is local or regional.

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How the Internet of Things Impacts Supply Chains - Inbound Logistics

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The Internet of Things can affect supply chain operations by increasing in-transit visibility.
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What is The Internet of Things?

By 2020, there will be 50 billion devices connected to the Internet. Jonathan Strickland takes us on a tour through a living room of the future to see how th...
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Australian Health Information Technology: It Is Very Hard To Implement National E-Health Systems. Here Are Some Of The Reasons!

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It Is Very Hard To Implement National E-Health Systems. Here Are Some Of The Reasons! | Australian Health… http://t.co/jimlDeLWGn
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Cold chain can save food supply chain - The Daily Star

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“Freezing products straight after harvest is also a common method used around the world mostly for highly perishable products [fish, meat and some vegetables].
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M2M, NFC, RFID, Big Data, Wi-Fi… What is what in the IoT

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IoT, M2M, NFC, RFID, Big Data, Wifi, Bluetooth. Here there are some definitions of the key terms and technologies involved in the Internet of Things.
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The Factory of the Future Will Be Shaped by the Internet of Things - Manufacturing.net

The Factory of the Future Will Be Shaped by the Internet of Things - Manufacturing.net | A Connected World : wireless sensors for a better life | Scoop.it

Around the globe, intelligent and pervasive industrial automation has been catapulted in recent years to a top national or regional priority. Known by different names, e.g., “Advanced Manufacturing”, “Smart Manufacturing”, “Industry 4.0” or “Factories of the Future” to highlight a few, these initiatives all bear the same characteristics, i.e., transforming the manufacturing process from a patchwork of isolated silos to a nimble and seamless whole fully integrated with the downstream and upstream production environment.  


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Momenta's curator insight, August 21, 2014 7:48 AM

I started my career developing a 'Factory of the Future' and love to see IoT powering the next generation.

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M2M connections to increase by 21 per cent in 2014 - E&T magazine

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E&T magazine M2M connections to increase by 21 per cent in 2014 E&T magazine China has emerged as the world's largest market for wireless M2M communications in terms of installed base, according to the report, and recorded massive growth rates in...
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White Space is the Future for M2M and Wireless Internet Ubiquity M2MRevolution.com

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Research firm Strategy Analytics has released a new report entitled "White Space: Opening the Door to a New Spectrum Usage Paradigm," which states that White Space spectrum use is on the rise in the U.S. and the U.K., but that more work is needed to broaden the ecosystem before it can truly move forward.

 

However, the market is in an odd place currently. On the one hand, giants like Google and Microsoft are pushing for White Space in order to support affordable, far-reaching broadband connectivity, which will allow the companies to expand their potential markets. On the other hand, chipset and device leaders aren't as keen as Google and Microsoft on this.

 

"Both Microsoft and Google have been designated White Space database administrators by the FCC. Operating the database and the value added services over the database should create new prospects for both parties," said Susan Welsh de Grimaldo, director of Wireless Networks & Platforms at Strategy Analytics. "In addition, through their operation of mobile device operating systems, Microsoft and Google have the opportunity to steer device technology in a direction beneficial to their White Space ambitions, so furthering the cause of TV White Space development."

 

White Space spectrum is defined as frequencies that have been allocated to a broadcasting service but aren't used locally. It offers a cost-effective way for wireless broadband to be extended to rural areas for residential use and M2M purposes.

 

Besides these uses, White Space can also be used as backhaul in less populated areas for TV services. Bandwidth availability and quality of service (QoS), however, have been identified as potential barriers to widespread adoption of this use of the spectrum. According to Strategy Analytics, the TV White Space community needs to speed up development of the ecosystem to address this, namely by involving major chipset and device manufacturers.

 

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