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whitePaper | December 19, 2019
As the world awaits the premiere of 5G, excitement about the future of the Internet of Things (IoT) is growing. Smart cities, mobile health, smart utilities, and connected buildings – these are just some of the life-changing applications that are highly anticipated. But do you really have to wait until 5G is ready to deliver these capabilities?
whitePaper | December 20, 2022
Explore uses of WiFi (6/6E/7) capabilities for Industrial IOT (IIOT) applications Define and validate critical KPIs (latency, reliability, mobility, etc Field trials of WiFi6E IIOT use-cases in progress (stand-alone & 5G/Wi-Fi convergence)
whitePaper | January 2, 2020
The global automotive industry has been witnessing a transformation over the last decade with digital communication technologies making rapid inroads in vehicles. The world is moving towards the concept of connected transportation that focuses on providing enhanced connectivity like vehicles communicating with each other to know their presence, real-time communication facility to the occupants of the vehicle. This functionality is enabled by variety of technologies like vehicle to vehicle.
whitePaper | June 8, 2021
The Internet of Things is one of the most impactful IT innovations of our time. As consumers, we already encounter the IoT in our daily lives with smart items such as TVs, watches, and phones. As we journey further in time, IoT will become a ubiquitous aspect of life at home and in the workplace.
Gartner defines the IoT as the network of physical objects that contain embedded technology to communicate and sense or interact with their internal states or the external environment.” More simply, IoT devices are computers (typically very small), that are embedded into an object to perform a function (e.g., collect data, run software) and connect to a network (e.g., the internet). For example, an IoT device could be an assembly line sensor capable of detecting minute deficiencies and determining when equipment needs repair.
whitePaper | June 17, 2022
The implementation of fifth generation mobile communication systems in society has been in full swing since around 2020. Mobile communication systems have evolved into a communication infrastructure (1G-3G) and a living infrastructure (4G), becoming an indispensable element in the lives of individuals. It has become a social infrastructure that connects not only people but also things like the Internet of Things (IoT).
whitePaper | August 3, 2022
The Internet of Things (IoT) fuses the digital realm with the real-world of objects and places and enables digital twins of them. These technologies drive innovation in application areas such as manufacturing, utilities, transportation, logistics and smart cities. The adoption of IoT technologies in industrial settings, known as Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), enables gathering and analysis of data across machines, physical assets and processes to improve the flexibility and efficiency of systems at reduced cost. IIoT will increase the productivity, shift economies, innovate business models and foster industrial growth: a digital transformation (DX).
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