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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 4/21/2017
50 billion connected Internet of Things (IoT) devices by 2020. $6 trillion spend on IoT over the next five years. A global IoT market valued at $14.4 trillion by 2022.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 4/18/2017
Logistics might not be your first thought when it comes to technology's cutting edge, yet artificial intelligence (AI) is already transforming supply chains, with IoT not far behind.
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Gianfranco Bonanome, Senior Director & IoT Consulting Practice Lead, Intelligent Product Solutions, , 4/7/2017
The internet of things (IoT) is great for helping us remember to turn on the lights, lock the doors, or fire up the air conditioner before we get home, but what's truly exciting about IoT is its ability to help keep people healthy and even save lives.
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Daniel Obodovski, Founder & CEO, The Silent Intelligence, , 4/4/2017
On February 28, the Industrial Internet Consortium published The Industrial Internet Connectivity Framework - a 129-page document which lays the foundation for Industrial IoT connectivity.
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Keith Bruce, CEO & President, San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl Host Committee, , 3/14/2017
When I was hired as the CEO of Super Bowl 50 and the Bay Area Host Committee, I was presented with a number of requirements and obligations that the cities of San Francisco and Santa Clara had committed to as part of hosting Super Bowl 50. This was August 2013, a full two and a half years before our event played out at Levi's Stadium in February of 2016.
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Alexandra Rehak, Practice Head - IoT, Ovum, , 3/7/2017
One of the most important IoT developments in 2017 will be the first commercial deployments of new licensed-spectrum low-power wireless access (LPWA) technologies - NB-IoT and LTE-MTC-Cat M1 (LTE-M).
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Lee Bell, Contributor, IoT World News, , 2/16/2017
In recent years we've seen some of the globe's biggest and most reputable companies thrust into the spotlight as victims of large-scale security breaches.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 2/14/2017
"The industrial internet of things is the IoT to watch" is a claim that's been made ever since the internet of things first became a coherent concept. It's a stance commonly adopted by the IoT's more serious participants - the ones who are less likely to be swayed by flashy devices and click-bait headlines.
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Randolph Wheatley, VP of Communications Solutions Marketing, Sensus, , 2/9/2017
If there's one pervasive characteristic among our nation's rural electric cooperatives, it's this: progress.
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