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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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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 3/31/2017
Big predictions have been made for the size and scope of the future virtual reality (VR) market, to the extent that those who've been caught up in the hype of technologies past might already be preparing themselves for disappointment.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 3/10/2017
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) remain nascent technologies at this moment in time.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 2/15/2017
Two years ago Gartner claimed there will be over 25 billion smart devices in use by the year 2020; 2013 saw Cisco says the global internet of things market will be worth approximately GB pound 14.4 trillion by 2022.
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Eric Winsborrow, CEO, Distrix Networks, 2/7/2017
The ability to access a wide variety of industrial data anywhere, widely known as industrial IoT or IIoT, enables companies to improve processes with direct insights and data, decrease service costs through remote access, and increase efficiency and uptime with rule based machine-to-machine communication.
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Charlie Osborne, Contributor, IoT World News, , 2/1/2017
The emergence of the internet of things and "smart" embedded devices has prompted the need for a completely new approach to security to keep our core services running and protected from cyberattacks.
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Cees Links, General Manager - Wireless Connectivity Business Unit, Qorvo, , 1/23/2017
The smart home market is in a period of flux in response to changing customer demands. Many market reports have established that customers do indeed want the advantages of smart home, but they are not all that interested in a collection of standalone connected things. Instead, they want smart services that address their needs and demands for a safer, ...
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Craig Galbraith, Contributing Writer, 1/16/2017
Engineers and scientists in the U.S. have a new asset to help make advancements in the application of industrial IoT technology.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 1/3/2017
Mimmis Cleeren, Global Director of marketing (IoT BU) at MediaTek, covers some of the special IoT projects that have emerged from MediaTek's developer laboratory.
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