How Big Will The Internet Of Things IOT Become?

December 17, 2019

The Internet of Things, or IoT, refers to the billions of physical devices around the world that are now connected to the internet, collecting and sharing data. Thanks to cheap processors and wireless networks, it's possible to turn anything, from a pill to an aeroplane to a self-driving car into part of the IoT.

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Smart Spaces put Things in context.The best tools are those that we don't even recognize as tools. Our invisible technology allows Smart Spaces to detect people and objects via their wireless devices. Through opt-in, any information can be selectively shared via any Smart Space. The result is real-time contextual awareness of the real world. Imagine an invisible button that can detect the presence of people and objects. A Smart Space may consist of one or more invisible buttons, each representing an area of interest. An area may represent a surface as large as an entire room or as precise as a specific location. An invisible button can be triggered by wireless devices in proximity. These include many of the devices that we carry, wear or interact with, and they number in the billions.

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SW Infographic - Industrial IoT

Infographic | February 12, 2020

The IoT is revolutionizing industry. Equipment manufacturers can now offer entirely new services to their customers, leading to more efficient operations. Using operating data from equipment to understand when it will fail, reducing downtime. Precisely tracking equipment use means charging based on exact usage.

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The future of manufacturing with 5G and Internet of Things (IoT)

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Digital Industrial Transformation with Internet of Things (IoT)

Infographic | December 10, 2019

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Privacy guidelines for IoT – what you need to know

Infographic | February 8, 2020

The government has now confirmed that the UK will be implementing the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). To this end, Nominet has created an infographic based on the GDPR and Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO’s) Code of Practice on privacy notices, transparency and control [2] to serve as a guideline when developing IoT solutions.

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Industrial IoT and Amazon Web Services

Infographic | February 6, 2020

Industrial IoT brings machines, cloud computing, analytics, and people together to improve productivity and efficiency. With AWS IoT, industrial companies can understand the state of every thing, so you can reason on top of that data and you can truly solve your business problems. AWS IoT enables you to easily and securely connect and manage millions of devices. You can gather data from, run sophisticated analytics on, and take actions in real-time on your diverse fleet of IoT devices from edge to the cloud.

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Internet of things connected Premise

Infographic | December 10, 2019

In its most technical sense, it consists of integrating sensors and devices into everyday objects that are connected to the Internet over fixed and wireless networks. A new concept that develops on advances incommunications and IT by applying them to objects,enabling improved interaction.

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reelyActive

Smart Spaces put Things in context.The best tools are those that we don't even recognize as tools. Our invisible technology allows Smart Spaces to detect people and objects via their wireless devices. Through opt-in, any information can be selectively shared via any Smart Space. The result is real-time contextual awareness of the real world. Imagine an invisible button that can detect the presence of people and objects. A Smart Space may consist of one or more invisible buttons, each representing an area of interest. An area may represent a surface as large as an entire room or as precise as a specific location. An invisible button can be triggered by wireless devices in proximity. These include many of the devices that we carry, wear or interact with, and they number in the billions.

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