IoT at the Edge: HOW AI WILL TRANSFORM IOT ARCHITECTURE

May 23, 2021

The vast amounts of data constantly collected by the billions of sensors and devices that make up the Internet of Things (IoT) can pose a serious processing challenge for businesses that rely on traditional intelligence and analytics tools. An emerging solution is to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning to build intelligent systems that automatically gather, process, and extract actionable insights from IoT data - in real time without the need for human intervention. How are AI-enabled systems transforming IoT devices and applications at the edge, and what are some of the emerging use cases we can expect to see in the near future?

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Qolsys

"Founded in 2010 and headquartered in San Jose, Calif., Qolsys is reinventing the security and home control market. Qolsys is dedicated to improving the quality of life through innovation and technology by introducing the next generation life safety, security and home control platform. The first true “All-In-One” security platform, the IQ Panel, leveraging an Android operating system, boasts multiple industry firsts including a 7” Touchscreen with a built-in panel camera, 6 built-in wireless radios with no external antennas, Z-Wave for home control devices, multiple languages on one panel, two-way voice, siren, an SD Card slot, 24-hour lithium-ion battery, and interactive services powered by Alarm.com. The IQ Panel’s groundbreaking Dual-Path Connectivity enables communication over cellular and broadband WiFi channels allowing the IQ Panel to leverage Alarm.com’s industry leading interactive services platform, adding redundancy to support reliability across all connected home services

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Internet of Things (IoT) in the Federal Government

whitePaper | June 8, 2021

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5G The Future of IoT

whitePaper | November 1, 2019

The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming businesses and peoples’ lives, and will continue to ignite innovations in the future. It is expected that we will progress to tens of billions of connected devices globally over the next decade1 that will generate multi-trillion dollars of economic value2 across many markets forming the foundation of a totally interconnected world—or the Internet of Everything.

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IoT Security for Commercial Buildings

whitePaper | November 24, 2019

In 2017 the number of connected devices in commercial buildings surpassed the mark of 1 billion. By 2021 this number will grow to more than 3,6 billion devices. However – even though there are so many connected devices, applications for Smart Buildings remain in silos, each with their own proprietary solutions.

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HOW TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS WITH THE IOT?

whitePaper | December 7, 2021

Achieving success with the Internet of Things (IoT)requires a lot more than just selecting the right technology. This helpful guide tackles the aspects of IoT implementation that companies wrestle with the most, such as creating a strong business case, managing security requirements, and identifying the top requirements of a successful system. We also take a deep dive into the most common challenges that early IoT adopters have encountered—from budget constraints to cultural resistance to change—with advice on how to overcome these challenges to obtain real and tangible benefits.

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Smart Factory

whitePaper | December 13, 2021

Automation vendors and end-user industries have been investing in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), across their diverse applications, convinced with the view that IIoT is going to be the key driver for digital transformation.

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Four Ways that Technology is Remolding the Digital Supply Chain

whitePaper | December 27, 2019

Industry 4.0 ideals challenge supply chains to deliver advanced capabilities beyond those inherent in typical operating functions. Emerging digital technologies are enabling processes, partners, products and services to work harmoniously to enhance today’s highly interconnected and networked supply chain.

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Spotlight

Qolsys

"Founded in 2010 and headquartered in San Jose, Calif., Qolsys is reinventing the security and home control market. Qolsys is dedicated to improving the quality of life through innovation and technology by introducing the next generation life safety, security and home control platform. The first true “All-In-One” security platform, the IQ Panel, leveraging an Android operating system, boasts multiple industry firsts including a 7” Touchscreen with a built-in panel camera, 6 built-in wireless radios with no external antennas, Z-Wave for home control devices, multiple languages on one panel, two-way voice, siren, an SD Card slot, 24-hour lithium-ion battery, and interactive services powered by Alarm.com. The IQ Panel’s groundbreaking Dual-Path Connectivity enables communication over cellular and broadband WiFi channels allowing the IQ Panel to leverage Alarm.com’s industry leading interactive services platform, adding redundancy to support reliability across all connected home services

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