9 IoT Predictions for 2019

IoT-Egypt Forum

By 2020, the Internet of Things (IoT) is predicted to generate an additional $344B in revenues, as well as to drive $177B in cost reductions. IoT and smart devices are already increasing performance metrics of major US-based factories. They are in the hands of employees, covering routine management issues and boosting their productivity by 40-60%. The following list of 9 predictions explores the state of IoT in 2019 and covering IoT impact on many aspects of business and technology including Digital Transformation, Blockchain, AI, and 5G.
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THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT) has been called the next wave of information technology (IT) because it holds the potential to glean new insights and efficiencies by tapping into data from smart, connected devices, sensors and machines. The IoT’s benefits range from improved efficiencies and time savings to better energy efficiency THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT) has been called the next wave of information technology (IT) because it holds the potential to glean new insights and efficiencies by tapping into data from smart, connected devices, sensors and machines. The IoT’s benefits range from improved efficiencies and time savings to better energy efficiency.


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Flexible IoT Framework Architectures

ThingWorx, a PTC Technology

As IoT applications emerge and begin to be deployed, traditional architectural concepts have created unnecessary restrictions or have even become roadblocks. The fluidity of IoT intelligence and functions between sensors, silicon, and software and the tools used to develop them require more flexibility and adaptability. Can flexibility be built into the IoT architecture without losing structure and interoperability? How does this flexibility work within various use cases? What kinds of industry examples are there to demonstrate flexible frameworks in action? View this webinar to hear our panel of IoT experts address these questions and discuss in detail the tools and technologies that support the IoT flexible framework.
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Transforming the IoT Medical Device market with Machine Data Analytics

Harbor Research

Leverage the power of machine-generated data from your medical devices across your enterprise. ATTEND this webinar to learn more about the business case for a machine data analytics platform in the medical device industry and a showcase of a powerful IoT platform.
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Connecting Pressure & Flow Monitoring Devices with M2M Cellular Networks

Aeris Communications

Systems that measure the pressure and flow of water, gas, oil and other substances in tanks, cylinders, and pipes are undergoing a technology shift. Thanks to the Internet of Things, existing systems that previously relied on manual monitoring are now being connected to the cloud which enables real-time remote monitoring.
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Optimizing the Retail Store with Computer Vision and IoT

current

Retailers are facing many challenges today: understanding their customers, dealing with new competitors in the retail market, and delivering the right store environment to increasingly finnicky customers. Current, powered by GE and Motionloft are working together to solve these problems. This effort starts by leveraging an IoT infrastructure that weaves together sensor data and new computer vision capabilities to sense and respond in real time to understand customer engagement, optimize merchandise and the store footprint, and improve operational performance.
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Spotlight

THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT) has been called the next wave of information technology (IT) because it holds the potential to glean new insights and efficiencies by tapping into data from smart, connected devices, sensors and machines. The IoT’s benefits range from improved efficiencies and time savings to better energy efficiency THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT) has been called the next wave of information technology (IT) because it holds the potential to glean new insights and efficiencies by tapping into data from smart, connected devices, sensors and machines. The IoT’s benefits range from improved efficiencies and time savings to better energy efficiency.

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