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whitePaper | November 11, 2019
Internet of things security will be a big challenge for the enterprises working behind the build-up of the internet of things, and it’s application. With IoT, another buzzword is blockchain-based cryptocurrency bitcoin. Blockchain technology has proven itself as one of the most secured existing technology. In this paper, we have discussed the significant challenges that will come up in identity management due to the heterogeneity of devices.
whitePaper | May 9, 2022
The current task with IoT is to drive performance outcomes by combining it with other advanced technologies and gaining buy-in from the employees essential to making digital initiatives possible.
whitePaper | May 24, 2022
Despite the best efforts of developers, embedded and IoT systems are usually deployed with bugs remaining in their code. A development team introduces an average of 120 bugs per 1,000 lines of code during development. Approximately 5 percent, or 6 bugs per 1,000 lines of code, typically remain in the shipped software.
whitePaper | January 15, 2020
The prospects are exciting. By enhancing resources with IoT, employees and organizations generate new value. Notable examples include improved air quality in cities and increased availability and reliability of rail vehicles of up to 99%. Other IoT implementations cut non-technical power losses in half, saving $150 million for an electric utilities company in Brazil, and reduce delivery days in electronics manufacturing from 25 to less than 7, improving quality at the same time.
whitePaper | November 14, 2019
The Internet of Things (IoT) affects many industries as connected devices streamline business processes and add entirely new revenue streams for global organizations. By creating strong trusted relationships between things, systems, data, and people, organizations can introduce more personalized, automated, and enhanced experiences for their customers and generate new revenue streams.
whitePaper | February 6, 2020
As the world’s growing need for energy meets the power of the Internet of Things, the traditional energy marketplace is rapidly transforming. Millions of meters and energy assets are connected and digitized each year, providing enormous benefits to the entire ecosystem: real time tracking of energy production and consumption data, optimized load balancing systems, streamlined operations and billing systems to name a few. As connectivity expands and the landscape is digitalizing, new distributed energy resources (DERs) and stakeholders are able to integrate into and expand the grid. DERs offer non-carbon resources that improve the energy sector’s overall carbon footprint, a key benefit for everyone.
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