Month: January 2018

 
What To Do With Your IoT Data in 2018

What To Do With Your IoT Data in 2018

IoT data will account for 10 percent of all the data registered globally in 2020, according to IDC market intelligence firm. Yet, adopters of IoT – companies and governments around the world – have just started taking the first steps to maximizing the benefits and capturing potential value of […]Read More

Is IoT Making Physical Security Smarter?

Is IoT Making Physical Security Smarter?

The possibilities of the Internet of Things (IoT) are seemingly endless, and its applications extend beyond being used by homeowners and commercial businesses. Although there are many similarities in the way IoT protocols are implemented, there are some differences that set them apart when they are used in a […]Read More

The Effect of the Internet of Things on Sustainability

The Effect of the Internet of Things on Sustainability

Technology has driven global prosperity for centuries. Unfortunately, it has brought severe side effects. Some of today’s most pressing challenges have been partially caused by technology advances. Consider three examples: CO2 emissions. The invention of the steam engine in the 18th century laid the ground for today’s fuel-powered motors […]Read More

When Developing Smart Solutions, Should You Build, Buy, or Partner?

When Developing Smart Solutions, Should You Build, Buy, or Partner?

The Internet of Things (IoT) enables vendors to create an entirely new line of “smart” solutions for its existing and new markets. While the decision to go “smart” is straightforward, the decision of how to go “smart” is less obvious. Vendors are faced with three strategic options – build […]Read More

Using AR & VR for Enterprise Innovation

Using AR & VR for Enterprise Innovation

In Part 1 we identified unmet needs in the marketplace — the things that people love and hate about the jobs they’re doing. Whether you’re creating an AR/VR product in an enterprise or as a startup, choosing the right market from the beginning is mission critical. Never forget Google […]Read More

What Happens When Blockchain Meets IoT?

What Happens When Blockchain Meets IoT?

Blockchain has finally become the new darling of the tech world, with people, companies, governments and even secret rave parties leveraging it for all sorts of use. Since the beginning of 2018, a few reports and articles predicting the next boom in the tech world mentioned that the Blockchain […]Read More

Stop Doing Nothing and Get Your Cybersecurity House In Order

Stop Doing Nothing and Get Your Cybersecurity House In Order

With another major data breach hitting the headlines , it’s time to take action. “…the data was sitting in an Amazon Web Services storage “bucket,” left open to anyone with an account, which are free to obtain.” Threats are growing daily, from new IoT devices to employee and business […]Read More

3 Steps to Get Clean, Structured Data You Trust

3 Steps to Get Clean, Structured Data You Trust

It’s their least favorite part of the job, yet it consumes most of their time. Data wrangling – or gathering and preparing dirty data so it can be used in critical business applications – is the biggest problem in data science today, according to a Kaggle survey . So […]Read More

New Research on 1,600 Enterprise IoT Projects: Upsurge in Smart City and Connected Building Related IoT Projects

New Research on 1,600 Enterprise IoT Projects: Upsurge in Smart City and Connected Building Related IoT Projects

The 2018 database of Enterprise IoT projects contains extensive information on 1,600 real IoT use cases, including details on project location, industry, end-user as well as key vendors involved in each project. Hamburg, Germany – 25 JAN 2018 // IoT Analytics, a leading provider of market insights and strategic […]Read More

Transforming an Old, $1T Industry with IoT

Transforming an Old, $1T Industry with IoT

The buildings we work and live in are old. Most buildings remain energy inefficient, hard to maintain, and not comfortable for their occupants. Not to mention, the energy used to run our building infrastructure accounts for 40% of global GHG emissions. The facilities management industry is worth over $1.12 […]Read More