IEEE Internet of Things

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LEDs Are Illuminating the Way for the Internet of Things

Enabled by networked, sensor-laden LED bulbs, today’s lighting systems no longer just illuminate a dark room or a street, but watch over you and make …

Internet of Things

Home Assistants like Amazon Echo Could Be a Boon for Assisted Living

Elliptic Labs says it can use the speakers and mics on smart home assistants to detect a person’s presence.<p>Personal assistant gadgets like Amazon …

Amazon Echo

Discover the top smart home security systems of 2017

What is the best home security for 2017? It has never been simpler than it is in the age of the Internet of Things, where sometimes all it takes to lock down your home, condo or apartment is a few sticky sensors and access to a smartphone. While companies like Piper and Scout make systems that are …

Smart Homes

Raspberry Pi Zero W is a $10 computer with WiFi and Bluetooth

Although major Raspberry Pi announcements are very few and far between, you know that when there is one, it's worth paying attention. Take for example the Raspberry Pi Zero -- the $5 (£4) board that apparently came out of nowhere in October 2015 and offered 40 percent more computing power than the …

Raspberry Pi

AMD Ryzen New Benchmark Leaks, World Records, Intel Price Drops And What To Expect On Launch Day

The wait is nearly over; March 2nd is the date for retail availability of AMD’s Ryzen CPUs and reviewers will be releasing their findings of AMD’s highly-anticipated CPUs. Up first will be the trio of Ryzen 7 CPUs, with the top end CPU – the Ryzen 7 1800X, taking pride of place on the first day of …

Advanced Micro Devices

How Manufacturers Can Get Faster, More Flexible, and Cheaper

Meeting customers’ expectations for personalization and customization requires flexibility. And such flexibility can provide a distinct competitive advantage — as long as costs aren’t spiraling out of control. In a study of nearly 250 manufacturers over a 10-year period (2005–2015), we found that …

Manufacturing

Intel, IBM and Microsoft Get Candid About Industry 4.0

Piles of dust floated across the blackened walls of the bustling foundry. The constant hissing of gargantuan machines was only occasionally disturbed by the faint echoing of children’s voices. Women were seen spinning yarns of cotton as men in shabby clothes smoked pipes as they oversaw the work. …

Internet of Things

Wendy’s Is Going to Install Self-Ordering Machines in 1,000 Stores

Fast-food giant Wendy's plans to install self-ordering kiosks in around 1,000 of its franchises across the U.S. at the end of this year.<p>David Trimm, …

Markets

You Rang? I Called Hotel Room Service—And Got A Robot

Meet "Botlr," the robotic butler who can get around on its own and bring you those late-night needs—from drinks to snacks and extra towels.<p>It’s midnight. I’m on a business trip in Cupertino, California and after sending off a few final emails, I change into my pajamas, and then it hits me: I’ve …

Robots

Boston Dynamics’ Handle robot dominates parkour on wheels in new footage

Boston Dynamics’ wheeled Handle robot received much fanfare earlier this month when DFJ partner Steve Jurvetson slipped us an early video from a company Keynote. Today we have more details on Handle in the form of a shiny HD video.<p>We already knew Handle could manage some pretty sick hurdles and …

Robotics

Internet of Manufacturing North America 2017

<b>Join IEEE Internet of Things at Internet of Manufacturing North America 2017</b><p>The Only Event Exclusively for Manufacturers Capitalizing on the IoT …

Internet of Things

The key to smarter farms? IoT farm application ecosystems

Farming is getting smarter every day. From large commercial operations to local organic growers, technology is at the forefront of reducing cost, improving yield and guaranteeing optimal delivery to market. The key ingredient in smart agriculture is data.<p>Modern farmers have more tools for gathering …

Internet of Things

8 New Technologies Driven by Plummeting Costs of Computing, Storage, and Networking

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Big Data

How IoT Has Changed in the Past Year

To gather insights on the evolution of IoT to this point in 2017, we spoke to 19 executives who are familiar with the current state of the Internet …

Internet of Things

Cisco brings digital know-how to smart buildings

Building owners are looking at technology convergence to deliver enhanced occupant experiences and improved efficiencies in their buildings.<p>However, as the number of networks and connections within buildings grows, they are becoming increasingly complex. Interconnecting and interoperating isolated …

Internet of Things

AT&T's smart streetlights can smooth traffic, detect gunshots

AT&T first unveiled its ambitious "Smart Cities" program at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, but now we have an idea as to how it's going to work. The telecom has signed a deal with GE to install its Current CityIQ sensors into streetlights in various cities and municipalities around the US, starting with …

Smart Homes

5G standards updated ahead of industry freeze

While many 5G standards on speeds, technologies, latency, and efficiency are set to be frozen by the end of the year, spectrum and radio …

ISPs

Higher IoT Speeds Coming To 11 Cities

by ,<p>Wireless connectivity within the Internet of Things may be receiving a boost in speed soon as new efforts launch to implement and leverage 5G …

Internet of Things

5G industry to be worth $1.2 trillion by 2026: Ericsson

Ericsson has tipped energy utilities, manufacturing, healthcare, and public safety to make up the majority of the $1.2 trillion 5G business by …

Ericsson

Why 2017 will be the year of the industry cloud

The year 2016 will go down in the history books as another year of impressive growth in the Enterprise cloud software space — and the numbers prove it.<p>Last year there were 31 cloud software companies that were publicly held and commanded a market capitalization north of $1 billion. Together, they …

Innovation

Advantech introduces edge computing to IoT solutions

Industrial computing device maker Advantech has introduced the concept of edge computing to its IoT (Internet of Things) solutions by offering edge …

Dreaming big can help reform gigabit society

Europe’s digital transformation will connect previously-isolated rural communities and create jobs in multiple sectors, as well as improving …

Net Neutrality

Intel Corporation Reportedly Plans to Mass Produce 7-Nano Chips in 2020

Chipzilla's next-next generation manufacturing technology is reportedly on track for production shipments in roughly three years.<p>Respected website …

Samsung will start testing gigabit 5G fixed broadband in London and 11 US areas

Samsung Electronics is starting trials with Arqiva in the UK and Verizon in the USA to offer 5G fixed wireless broadband at gigabit-per-second …

Samsung

Here are 3 ways IoT is transforming healthcare

The Internet of Things (IoT) has become known for its cool factor right now. From self-driving cars to smart homes filled with voice activated devices, the innovation of IoT’s connectivity never fails to impress. However, the world of IoT is doing more than making day-to-day tasks and business …

Internet of Things

If Trump wants an easy policy win, he should focus on funding smart cities

Two decades after social scientists coined the term “smart cities,” the dream of tech-enabled communities has yet to come to fruition. But Donald Trump’s presidency could prove a turning point for the smart-city movement.<p>Smart-city initiatives that do exist are mostly pilot programs funded by …

Cities

MobileIron adding IoT management to its arsenal

MobileIron, which went public in 2014, has been known mostly for helping large companies manage mobile devices, especially in a time when people tend to bring their own. Today it announced it was expanding that mission to the Internet of Things.<p>When you think about it, it’s a logical move for a …

Internet of Things

Research heralds better and bidirectional brain-computer interfaces

A pair of studies, one from Stanford and another from the University of Geneva, exemplify the speed with which brain-computer interfaces are advancing; and while you won’t be using one instead of a mouse and keyboard any time soon, even in its nascent form the tech may prove transformative for the …

The Brain

Google launches first gigabit wireless home internet service

We've all heard of Google Fiber, the supposed pinnacle of internet service providers. The platform is slowly rolling out across the country, but …

Broadband