December 18 is fast approaching, and for commercial drivers, this is an important date. It is the day that the ELD (electronic logging device) rule begins to go into effect, and companies need to understand the mandate and how to comply.
Business models to support the sharing of vehicles, otherwise known as carsharing, have been present in the United States for more than 15 years.
Today dozens of IoT (Internet of Things) companies are racing to develop robotaxis, but they are still gated by the massive computation needs of a truly autonomous driverless car.
Generation Z is one of the most technology intimate and connection dependent in history. They have unique viewpoints and expectations for the devices, technologies, and people they depend on for their always-on lifestyle.
In an effort to help organizations make the most out of their connected devices and systems in 2018, u‑blox, www.u-blox.com, has unveiled its new full Bluetooth 5 compliant NINA-B3 wireless MCU (microcontroller unit) module.
In speaking with city leaders across the globe, it has been discovered that understanding the needs and wants of their citizens around smart-city technology is of utmost importance.
To keep everything in sync, CyanConnode, www.cyanconnode.com, a company working in narrowband radio mesh networks, has unveiled new capabilities for its Omni IoT (Internet of Things) platform.
IoT (Internet of Things) is increasingly becoming an intrinsic part of business. The range of benefits that users are getting from IoT is also widening as adoption increases, according to the fifth annual Vodafone, www.vodafone.com, IoT Barometer Report.
The town of Cary, N.C., is committed to introducing the IoT (Internet of Things) and shifting to a modern cloud-first approach to address the needs of its growing community.
Healthy competition keeps an industry headed toward innovation. To keep an industry like manufacturing booming, the U.S. EDA (Economic Development Admin.), www.eda.gov, recently awarded $13.3 million in grants for 11 Trade Adjustment Assistance Centers across the country.
For businesses, AI (artificial intelligence) is here, and the executive suites and boardrooms around the world believe the technology will change the way organizations operate.
Major enterprises are already looking for ways to effectively adopt 5G. This is the basis of a new global survey commissioned by Ixia, www.ixiacom.com, and conducted Dimensional Research, www.dimensionalresearch.com, which received responses from 300 senior level executives at enterprises and service providers with 1,000 employees or more.
With new possibilities for digital threats looming larger than ever before, it’s no wonder cybersecurity weighs heavy on the minds of business leaders.
Connecting the supply chain is essential, and now organizations are working together to leverage IoT (Internet of Things) and heighten security in the supply chain.
Keeper Security, www.keepersecurity.com, announced the results of a North American and U.K. study analyzing the state of cybersecurity in SMBs (small and medium-sized businesses).