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IoT to Changing the Way We Buy

The IoT (Internet of Things) is quickly doing more than just changing the way people communicate; it is also changing the way they buy.

IoT Comes to Life

In an effort to not just learn more from the IoT (Internet of Things), but learn in it, 22 CityLink, 22citylink.com, has unveiled its new immersive hub, Concept Foundry, an interactive business accelerator ecosystem based out of Ashburn, Va.

In Focus

Episode 496 | 01.24.17

Back in January, host Peggy Smedley sat down with Sam Lamonica, vice president/CIO, Rosendin Electric, and Jef Farrell, vice president, CTO, Swinerton Builders, to discuss the state of IoT (Internet of Things) in the construction industry and a new movement calling for an industrywide, data-protocol standard.

Jaguar Land Rover Vehicles Get Connected

The connected car, for many consumers, is an easy entrée into a more connected lifestyle. For safety, convenience, and entertainment reasons, more consumers than ever before are looking for in-vehicle connectivity options and features when it comes time to make decisions about their next ride.

Think Tank

You Cannot Spell “IDIOT-PROOF” Without IOT

There have been serendipitous product calamities. Janet Jackson’s infamous “wardrobe malfunction” is still amongst the Top 10 halftime shows in Superbowl History according to CBS News, and “led to the creation of YouTube.”

The 7 Ways the IoT Will Mature in 2017

In 2016, we saw IoT (Internet of Things) technology being implemented into almost every technology sector, and with that came significant changes in how enterprises and consumers interact with machines. We believe 2017 will be the year that we begin to see more refined IoT solutions, as well as reap the benefits of these more sophisticated solutions. In this article, we’ll look at some more specific trends that are expected to emerge in the industry this year.

Revenue Management in the Age of IoT

Your mom probably told you it’s polite to share, but did she tell you that the IoT (Internet of Things) won’t get off the ground if companies can’t split the bounty? Since the IoT is a lot younger than you, probably not, but it’s true nonetheless.

Now they’re talkin

Feature

Aftermarket Connectivity

For all the talk about in-vehicle connectivity, it may seem as though the age of the connected car has already arrived. However, in some ways, society has barely scratched the surface of what will end up being a decades long, no-going-back-type of global transformation in connected transportation.

Blog

How Smart Are Your Streets

Smart-street lights. This is typically not something that most of us pay much attention to, let alone give much thought on a daily basis. Candidly, street lights are one of those things in life that many of us take for granted.

Healthcare: All about the Infrastructure

For some time now we have been talking about the importance of improving our infrastructure in America. We’ve stressed the importance of why our crumbling roads and bridges need to be rebuilt and that deploying sensors can help keep track of a structure’s condition. We’ve even explored in great detail how IoT solutions need to be deployed to solve infrastructure issues such as traffic and congestion, parking in cities, smart cities, utilities, sustainability, and to open doors for the next generation of connected, autonomous vehicles.

Contributed

Voice Recognition VAs (Almost) Come of Age

We are seeing 2017 is starting off with a significant media focus on voice recognition technology, with prominent publications such as The Economist double-downing on its coverage by making it the cover story and sole subject of its first Technology Quarterly of the New Year.

Are Chip and PIN Cards Any Safer?

By now, nearly every credit card holder in the U.S. has received the new Chip and PIN credit card to replace their old mag stripe card. We’ve used magnetic stripe for decades at retail locations, gas stations, and our favorite restaurants so this is a welcome security change, right? Not so fast.

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Press Releases

Honeywell Joins Georgia Tech Internet-of-Things Research Center

Honeywell today announced that it is joining Georgia Tech’s Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies (CDAIT), reinforcing its commitment to grow its Atlanta presence.

Mass General Hospital Launches Interactive Campus Map Powered by atlas3D Platform

concept3D, a leader in creating immersive online experiences with 3D modeling, interactive maps and virtual tour software, today announced that Massachusetts General Hospital launched an interactive map and virtual tour platform using the company’s atlas3D platform.