Connected World Staff

About Connected World Staff

The Connected World staff contributes daily news articles to the Website on a regular basis, writing about the latest trends in the M2M and connected-device space.

October: Ethics and Artificial Intelligence

AI (artificial intelligence) is a collection of technologies that can enable a system to sense, comprehend, act, and learn. These technologies are empowering professionals to better make sense of the vast amounts of digital data that are collected by modern information systems.

By |2019-11-01T13:19:33+00:0011/1/2019|

September: AI Is Changing Industries And Society

As robots become cheaper and more capable, they’re moving from their traditional roles on factory floors into new industries. Collaborative robots or “cobots” too are being integrated into more types of environments and performing more varied tasks—from stocking shelves and assisting factory workers to performing services in the home.

By |2019-10-08T15:36:31+00:0010/1/2019|

Connected World Awards 2019

Often the value of technology is limitless: save money, save time, save resources, but perhaps one of the biggest benefits of technology is to save lives. This is evident in the story of this year’s 2019 Connected World Awards winner. The Connected World Awards recognize the most successful user success stories in any vertical industry, including healthcare, agriculture, automotive, and manufacturing, just to name a few. Companies submit for the awards program, explaining how they are using the technology to solve a challenge and identifying the ROI (return on investment) received.

By |2019-10-01T13:11:41+00:0010/1/2019|

June: 5G in the Workplace

The workplace of tomorrow will look vastly different from the workplace of today. For instance, in the future, workplaces won’t be defined by a physical location. The latest generation of cellular mobile communications, 5G, will help us get there. 5G’s defining characteristics, like high-data rates and low latencies, will unlock new applications for the workplace that were simply not possible in the past.

By |2019-07-01T17:48:07+00:007/1/2019|

May: Urbanization and Transportation

Cities are changing. According to the UN (United Nations), 68% of the global population will live in urban areas by 2050, compared to 55% today. What’s more, the UN expects the global population to skyrocket in the next few decades, potentially adding 2.5 billion more people to urban areas by 2050.

By |2019-08-01T13:24:32+00:006/3/2019|

April: The 5G/AV Connection

5G will have a massive, game-changing impact on our society, some profess. Others scoff and say: Prove it. Today’s connected world is experiencing change on almost every level thanks to the IoT (Internet of Things).

By |2019-06-03T13:29:36+00:005/1/2019|

Connected World IoT Innovations 2019

Identifying the leading solutions in the IoT market today Innovation is defined as simply the introduction of something new or a new idea, method, or device. A product, for instance, can be innovative. Merriam-Webster suggests that the words innovation and invention overlap some, as both can refer to something which has not previously been in existence before.

By |2019-05-03T13:13:58+00:004/30/2019|

March 2019: Automation and the Future of Work

Automation’s impact on the job market has been and will continue to be significant, to say the least. Forrester Research calls automation central to the next phase of digital transformation, because it’s driving value in terms of faster product delivery, better product quality and higher dependability, and more personalization and convenience.

By |2019-05-29T15:52:54+00:004/1/2019|

February 2019: Tech That’s Open, Fair, and Inclusive for the IoT

Open, as an adjective, means to allow access or passage. Something that’s open is not closed; it’s exposed, unlocked. There’s often a positive connotation with the word open—whether someone’s waiting with open arms, an establishment is open for business, or a business leader is open to suggestions, open sounds inviting and encouraging, probably because it generally is.

By |2019-02-28T23:59:35+00:002/28/2019|