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Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs strikes deal to turn 800 acres of Toronto into an ‘internet city’
Google spinoff will bring Wi-Fi hubs and other smart city innovations to the shores of Lake Ontario
73% of Executives Are Researching & Launching IoT Projects In 2017
73% of senior executives are either researching or currently deploying IoT. The IoT platform market is expected to grow 35% per year to $1.16B by 2020. These and many other fascinating findings are from Verizon’s State of the Market: Internet of Things 2017, Making way for the enterprise
T-Mobile Takes on IoT with New Network Tech & a Growing Product Family
The Un-carrier unveils a roadmap to nationwide Narrowband IoT in 2018 and expands its SyncUP family of IoT solutions with T-Mobile SyncUP FLEET
IBM partners with Nestle, Unilever and other food giants to trace food contamination with blockchain
IBM has been joined by a group of global food giants including Nestle, Unilever and Walmart in an effort to reduce food contamination by using blockchain.
The internet of things will disrupt manufacturing for ever, but are you ready?
As connected new technologies penetrate ever more deeply into our factories, down to the smallest piece of equipment, factory planners must find solutions to four main problems.
Microsoft launches new IoT services for the enterprise
Microsoft is launching IoT Central today, a new Internet of Things (IoT) service that gives enterprises a fully managed solution for setting up their IoT deployments without needing the in-house expertise necessary for deploying a cloud-based IoT solution from scratch. It’s basically IoT-as-a-Service.
How the Internet of Things changes Financial Services
The Internet of Things is going to change the models of business of the financial services sector, unveiling new legal issues. I have already discussed about how the new models of business of the Internet of Things (IoT) are going to be disruptive, placing companies in front of legal problems that they had never experienced before. And…
The Internet of Things in manufacturing: benefits, use cases and trends
The main vertical industry for the Internet of Things is manufacturing, at least until 2020. In-depth overview with data, trends, advantages and use cases.
TWA Article - Internet of Things in the Oil and Gas Industry
The oil and gas industry is in the midst of turbulent times. The price of crude oil is on a roller coaster ride. Companies are finding it harder to predict their business plans, and the focus has been...
The roles of cloud computing and fog computing in the Internet of Things revolution
Internet of Things? Cloud computing? Fog computing? Examine the roles each of these will play in the upcoming Internet of Things technological revolution.
The IoT-Connected Car of Today—Case Studies
Imagine a world where your car not only drives itself, but also says intelligent things. This would look like an impossibility about five years ago, but today the IoT is already breaking fresh ground for tech companies and car manufacturers, enabling them to realize their idea of a ‘connected car.’Imagine a world where your car not only drives itself, but also says intelligent things. This would look like an impossibility about five years ago, but today the IoT is already breaking fresh ground for tech companies and car manufacturers, enabling them to realize their idea of a ‘connected car.’