IEEE Internet of Things

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How the Internet of Things will reshape future production systems

Rich data, ubiquitous connectivity, and real-time communication are changing the way companies work. For leaders, that transformation will extend …

Internet of Things

05-08 February 2018 - Singapore

JAN RABEY holds the Donald O. Pederson Distinguished Professorship at the University of California at Berkeley. He is a founding director of the …

Internet of Things

Amazon Just Showed Us What Really Happens When Robots Replace Jobs

They've already got 100,000 robots and are adding (a lot) more.<p>There are as many opinions about jobs and artificial intelligence as there are people who have them. A Vanguard global economist recently said AI will replace 1in 2 jobs. A new survey of AI researchers said most believe AI will …

Robots

IBM joins hands with Reliance Unlimit to co-create IoT solutions for industry verticals

Reliance Group's Unlimit — an Internet of Things (IoT) venture for enterprises — and <b>tech giant IBM</b> on Monday announced a collaboration to co-create</b> …

Internet of Things

Burger robots to appear at 50 locations

(Tech Xplore)—We have been treated to a generous amount of stories announcing new advances in assembly-line robots and home-assistant robots. …

Robots

GE's Alexa-powered smart lamp opens the floodgates for voice-controlled everything

Amazon's Alexa voice assistant can no longer be contained to the company's Echo devices.<p>From smartwatches to Echo clones like the Eufy Genie, device makers are eager to integrate Alexa voice controls into everything imaginable. Late last year, GE announced the C by GE Sol, the world's first …

Home Automation

Long range, low power sensors may lead to better health wearables

For small electronic devices and sensors like those found in wearables that can decipher biological information from sweat and contact lenses that can measure glucose levels, there are a couple of trade offs that limit their function. In order to be small and unobtrusive, they need to run on very …

University of Washington

How 70% Of Fortune 100 Companies Are Innovating Through IoT Products

The IoT is more than just machines talking to each other. Consumers rely on it to make their lives more convenient. Industry leaders use the Internet …

Internet of Things

The winery of the future looks like something Bruce Wayne would run

When winemakers a century from now look back on the technology that changed the game, one winery is going to stand out: Palmaz Vineyards in the Napa …

Wine

Can Metro Atlanta brand itself a hub for the Internet of Things?

About two dozen of the Atlanta area’s top corporate brands have joined in an initiative to sell the region as a tech capital for the Internet of …

Internet of Things

Researchers have linked a human brain to the Internet for the first time ever

Brain Meets IoT<p>A team of researchers at Wits University in Johannesburg, South Africa have made a major breakthrough in the field of biomedical …

The Brain

Siemens and General Electric gear up for the internet of things

IT DOESN’T take long to walk from Siemens’s old headquarters in Munich to its new one, inaugurated in June: the German industrial conglomerate has …

Internet of Things

NASA is crashing Cassini into Saturn on Friday — here's what will happen in the probe's final hours, minutes, and seconds

• <b>NASA has sent its $3.26-billion Cassini Saturn mission into a death spiral.</b>• <b><br>Called the "Grand Finale," the months-maneuver is meant to protect possible alien life on Saturn's ocean-hiding moons.</b>• <b><br>Cassini will be destroyed in Saturn's clouds around 6:32 a.m. EDT on Friday.</b><p>The end is nigh for Cassini, a …

Space Exploration

India and the Industrial Internet of Things

India is poised to be a leader in the use of technology, and according to R.S. Sharma, Chairman of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, “India is moving towards its goal of becoming a digitally connected country.”<p>Further he believes, “India has all the basic building blocks of Digital India …

Internet of Things

What will it take to scale IOT globally? | ZDNet

With $1.8 trillion in potential global IOT revenue on the table, mobile network operators seek to extend robust connectivity options while moving up …

Internet of Things

20 Influential Leaders in the Internet of Things

These 20 executives, entrepreneurs, investors, CTOs, and influencers are driving the Internet of Things industry forward.<p>The Internet of Things (IoT) industry has quickly transformed from a futuristic idea to the next massive evolution of the internet. It's disrupting a variety of industries; savvy …

Internet of Things

​Hive thinks it knows how to get the smart home buzzing | ZDNet

It's not just about the hardware: Hive is betting on a combination of gadgets and services to grow its smart home business.<p>There are plenty of smart …

Automation

How IoT devices will drive sales with more personalized content

If your business wants to <b>attract more qualified traffic and build your brand</b>, then you need to think about the client’s journey. Today’s consumers are more informed and have more options than ever before when it comes to what they buy and how they buy it.<p>When a customer buys your product or …

Customer Experience

New Qualcomm auto chipset advances vehicle-to-everything communications | ZDNet

Qualcomm's 9150 C-V2X chipset and reference design should bring automakers one step closer to deploying the communications systems needed for fully …

Internet of Things

Oracle steps up IoT game, adds AI, digital twin and enterprise data integration | ZDNet

Oracle is enhancing its IoT Cloud applications, but sees the secret sauce as the data and automation that's available in its ERP and supply chain …

Internet of Things

The Internet Of Things’ Massive Security Problem, Visualized

Earlier this year, the usernames and passwords for more than 8,000 internet of things devices were posted online so hackers could easily access them. The security breach was a perfect illustration of the IoT’s security problems: Of the 8,000+ username and password combinations, only 142 were …

Internet of Things

Intel’s Myriad X chip will give drones and robots better vision

It's been almost a year since Intel scooped up AI and computer vision chip-maker Movidius. By the time of its takeover, the company had already crammed its Myriad 2 processor into drones, cameras, and USB sticks -- making it a good fit for Intel's beyond-the-PC strategy. The newly-unveiled …

Robots

Cisco: Enterprises Are Leading The Internet of Things Innovation

The number of connected devices on the Internet will exceed 50 billion by 2020, this according to Cisco. By 2022, 1 trillion networked sensors will be embedded in the world around us, with up to 45 trillion in 20 years.<p>Here are Cisco’s network growth forecasts based on greater adoption of mobile, …

Internet of Things

Report shows that AI is more important to IoT than big data insights | ZDNet

We think that big data is the only thing we need for all of our insights. But in the world of Internet of Things (IoT), that is not the case.<p>The …

Internet of Things

MAPPED: The world's network of undersea cables

Courtesy of: Visual Capitalist<p><i>View the above visualization at full resolution for the best experience.</i><p>Submarine cables are decidedly uncool. But while they lack the flashiness of satellites, it’s actually the world’s vast network of fiber optic cables that does most of the heavy lifting in keeping …

Internet

How 5G Will Juice Up Your Phone and Your Fridge

The world’s next mobile network, 5G, promises that it will be blazing fast, make room for the growing number of connected devices, and even be less …

Wi-Fi

MIT researchers use drone fleets to track warehouse inventory

Imagine a warehouse buzzing with tiny drones that automatically track and monitor inventory from afar, leaving workers free to manage and move material. That's the new system developed by MIT researchers, which could prevent mismatches and help employees find particular items faster on top of …

U.S. Army

A $2 Million Contest Seeks Solutions to Big Internet Challenges

While the fictional geniuses in HBO’s “Silicon Valley” aim to reinvent the Internet, Mozilla and the NSF hope prize money will attract real-world …

Innovation

Why there's a need for 5G speed

As nearly every part of our world — from home refrigerators to heavy machinery — becomes connected, mobile carriers and companies across the world …

Texas