Smarter and more connected buildings will not be possible without the IoT (Internet of Things), and Fairhair Alliance, www.fairhair-alliance.org, is taking new steps to bring this integral component into the mix.
Has your network been breached? You’re not alone.
According to Navigant Research, there are more than 250 smart-city projects from 178 cities around the world.
Nowadays, every app, service, or device we use needs a password. While they add the level of security, we need to manage so many accounts for different things, it can be challenging to come up with new passwords that keep information safe and are easy to remember.
Some place take for granted access to clean water; Bluefield Research, www.bluefieldresearch.com, is looking at a new trend emerging that is aiming to effectively reuse municipal water supplies and save energy in the face of climate changes or other threats.
A strong enterprise is a secure enterprise. That’s why NetMotion Software, www.netmotionsoftware.com, a leader in MPM (mobile performance management) software, is teaming with Samsung, www.samsung.com/us/, to keep important company data and information in house.
As capabilities of the IoT (Internet of Things) and connected solutions expand for businesses, so do the opportunities for cyber-crimes and data theft.
The world’s population is growing, and, as such, more food will need to be produced to feed the expanding population.
What are companies and consumers really looking for from the IoT (Internet of Things)?
Bluetooth 5 is coming with longer range, higher speeds, and increased broadcasting capacity, making it a wireless RF (radio frequency) protocol for low-power, mobile personal networks, and remote controls, as well as longer-range building and IoT (Internet of Things) networks.
The next frontier for Iridium Communications Inc., www.iridium.com, was breached on January 14, 2017, with the launch of its first 10 Iridium NEXT satellites.
Clinicians and other healthcare end-users hope the digital revolution in consumer applications and in other industries will begin happening in healthcare.
It’s no secret that AI (artificial intelligence) and complex algorithms, fueled by big data and deep-learning systems, are quickly changing how we live and work.
Category M1 (Cat-M1) LPWA (low-powered, wide area) technology combines lower cost, broader coverage, and better battery life with the globally available and secure LTE infrastructure, and is expected to enable more connected objects.
Verizon, www.verizon.com, recently certified the Monarch LTE Platform, a LTE Cat M1 chip set from Sequans Communications S.A., www.sequans.com, to operate on Verizon’s 4G LTE network.