As healthcare becomes increasingly connected, Oracle, www.oracle.com, is looking to manage all the incoming data.
As many companies are improving security for external threats, they may be losing focus on the ones that may exist within their own walls.
When it comes to the IoT (Internet of Things), adoption within the industrial sector is something that is much easier said than done.
The IoT (Internet of Things) is helping with smart waste bin monitoring. To continue on an initial commitment to leveraging IoT networks at schools to improve the quality of campus life, eleven-x, www.eleven-x.com, and the UBC (University of British Columbia), www.ubc.ca, have joined forces once again on a second Smart Campus initiative.
The smart grid continue to get smarter, as the U.S. DOE (Dept. of Energy), www.energy.gov, has invested $1 million in funding toward RTI (Real-Time Innovations), www.rti.com, to conduct research and new developments of grids under the established DDS (Data Distribution Service) standard.
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.
New research from Frost & Sullivan, ww2.frost.com, highlights advancements and growth in telemental technologies to help individuals with ongoing behavioral and mental conditions.
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.