While the air transportation and energy sectors are undergoing dramatic shifts, it's healthcare that will experience the most sweeping changes from the IoT revolution. With connected things continuously exchanging and analyzing data in real time, healthcare will shift from a reactive to a... read more
Internet of Things
Smart city technologies continue to experience rapid growth, both in the development of new devices and their applications within the city environment. Globally, cities' investment in Internet of Things (IoT) technologies will increase by $97 billion from 2015 - 2019.
As the world becomes increasingly more urban, with 60% of its population forecast to live in cities by 2050, cities are becoming more technologically advanced. This type of city is known as a smart city and the goal is to improve the quality of the lives of citizens through better communication... read more
For the utility industry, sensors represent an opportunity - a chance to modernize and update the way power consumption is measured and monitored. But there's also an inherent challenge. "When you have literally tens of millions of edge points, it is not feasible to backhaul that data in real... read more
The future of connectivity is closer than you think. 5G, the next iteration of wireless broadband, promises to offer high-speed, low-latency services, hailing networks that will enable the millions of sensors necessary for the rollout of the Internet of Things (IoT) across the country.
Here’s something shocking … A recent report revealed that smart traffic management could save 4.2 billion man hours worldwide annually by 2021. If that happened, it would mean that every motorist in a crowded city would save roughly one full working day per year.
Here's what smart cities do to stay ahead Smart cities create a symbiosis between information, the Internet of Things and technologies to make better decisions and provide desired services. These cities map community preferences to improve services and infrastructure including public transport,... read more
At a StateScoop virtual roundtable, smart cities and cybersecurity experts from the private and public sector weigh in on how state and local governments are securing smart cities. As states and cities rush to get a grip on securing what could be 50 billion connected devices over the next few... read more
The United States of America has changed political administrations and much concern exists about the deregulation efforts and how the key departments will proceed.
Can V2V technology be combined with the IoT to improve vehicle safety? Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology is being aimed for implementation starting in 2020, with the goal of increasing highway safety.