Imagine a future completely connected — houses and buildings full of automated devices that could seamlessly communicate with each other and with humans, creating smarter, more efficient environments for work and leisure.
IoT Sensors Market Research Report by Sensor Type, by Network Technology, by Vertical - Global Forecast to 2025 - Cumulative Impact of COVID-19
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From retail to construction, smart factories to hospitals, every market is looking to 5G to provide the capacity, performance, and resilience needed to connect billions of devices in a future connected world. And for Communications Service Providers (CSPs) who are already providing network access in these industries, 5G-powered IoT ecosystems offer an incredible opportunity for monetization – if approached strategically.
Employers talk about how IoT is enabling contact tracing, monitoring air quality, and enforcing rules about social distancing as workers go back to the office post-quarantine.
Technology trends in artificial intelligence (AI) and the IoT have started to merge, a trend that industry has named the Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT). The movement of AI from the cloud to the edge is providing a solution to bandwidth and security issues that have hampered more widespread adoption of IoT in key markets.
The upsurge of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions has been both a boost and a bane. It has revolutionized entire industries, powering everything from smart cities to AgriTech. On the other hand, IoT devices’ dependence on cellular connectivity has resulted in introducing new and unprotected endpoints.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has an important role to play in the circular economy, by helping your business keep products in use in a way that makes money plus enhances the customer experience
The enterprise IoT platform market is expected to enjoy robust growth over the next several years, both in terms of revenue and data generated. Enterprises in the process of deploying IoT platforms are overwhelmingly committed to those projects, with more than 90% saying IoT is a “core” or “broad” part of their digital transformation strategy, according to industry research group Omdia.
The increased adoption of IoT — whether it is due to the key benefits of this technology or because it was necessary during the pandemic — is creating a demand for clearly defined cybersecurity measures. The number of IoT-connected devices is estimated to reach 25.2 billion in 2025, up from 6.3 billion in 2016. With so many connected devices sharing critical data, risk mitigation is highly crucial.
oneM2M is launching an initiative on sustainability, which promotes the beneficial impact of IoT systems, the importance of open-standard solutions and the significant role of the oneM2M standard in improving the sustainability of IoT deployments.
The digital world has been entirely transformed with the help of technological breakthroughs, and IoT (Internet of Things) is to be credited among AI (Artificial Intelligence), ML (Machine Learning), Data Science, and more.
Report sets out to explore the impact that new and emerging technologies will have on electricity, fuel and water usage, CO2 emissions, and e-waste.
IoT has immense importance in highly regulated industries: smart devices and wearable tech can help collect data and produce insights on user health, IoT technologies can enrich the learning experience, from kindergarten to university studies. They can improve public management of city infrastructure and overall increase the quality of numerous aspects of life.
From soil moisture sensors being used to optimize farmer’s yields, to thermostats and thermometers, the Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming the way we live and work. Billions of networked ‘smart’ physical objects around the world, on city streets, in homes and hospitals, are constantly collecting and sharing data across the internet, giving them a level of digital intelligence and autonomy.
Internet of Things (IoT) devices communicate is dozens of different ways, using hundreds of different protocols. That’s because how they communicate depends on what they are, where they are, what other devices and systems they need to talk to, and what they have to say.