Can China become a global leader in the Internet of Things?
China has ambitious plans for the Internet of Things. After playing catch-up in the first two stages of internet development, the world’s second-largest economy is poised to take a leading role in its third wave, which will bring billions of everyday devices online in a vast ecosystem merging the physical and cyber worlds.
IT’S BEEN A rough year for the Internet of Things. Security researchers uncovered terrifying vulnerabilities in products ranging from cars to garage doors to skateboards. Outages at smart home services Wink and Google’s Nest rendered customers’ gadgets temporarily useless. And the Volkswagen emissions scandal, though not precisely an Internet of Things issue, has exposed yet another issue with “smart” physical goods: the possibility of manufacturers embedding software in their products designed to skirt regulations.
YEREVAN, September 24. / ARKA /. Joint Russian-Armenian projects in the fields of nano, bio, information and cognitive technologies could be started later this year, according to Natalia Korochenko, the head of a Russian education and science ministry’s delegation that has arrived in Armenia to showcase relating products at an exhibition and seminar in Yerevan.
She said these products can be used for the promotion of Russian technologies in the Armenian market.
At the end of the 14th century, a handful of Italian intellectuals banded together to help create a "rinascita" (rebirth) of learning. These Renaissance intellectuals blended literature, art and culture to help drive innovation and the first true "smart" cities were born.
Now seven centuries later, we have encountered a core set of technological game-changers.
Here's a question: What is the Internet of Things?
You've probably heard this term tossed around a lot recently, and it might seem like some airy concept, but it's actually more tangible than you'd think.
OK — the Internet of Things is technically a concept, but the reason it's tangible is because it involves everyday things in your home, like an appliance, that would connect to the Internet. And when those devices analyze data about you and your habits, they become a lot more useful. But these devices go a step further and also recognize other devices.
TU-Automotive Europe Conference & Exhibition 2015 (2-3 Nov, Stuttgart) has been endorsed by the German and British governments as the automotive industry’s go-to conference for learning and networking in the connected car and auto mobility domain.
TU-Automotive has just confirmed 2 brand-new keynote presentations from -
Norbert Barthle, Parliamentary State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (DE)
Iain Forbes, Head of the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Department for Transport (UK)
Industrial Internet of Things is a new milestone in contemporary industrialization which redistributes manufacturing companies' impact on the market.
Industrial Internet of Things is mainly interesting to enterprises seeking for leadership by prices dumping and cost optimization. It's becoming possible now due to production automation and raw materials economy through integration with intelligent systems.
The IoT IMPACT LABS brings together critical stakeholders to enable successful IoT solution development, deployment and value creation. LABS sponsors, IoT technology developers, regional businesses and public agencies are collaborating with LABS teams to help field-test, document and commercialize the most efficient and effective approaches to IoT market development, enterprise value creation and community impact.
Gang set up foundation to blame when IoT goes titsup
A new non-profit foundation dedicated to improving security in the "internet of things" launched on Wednesday.
More than 30 companies including Intel, Vodafone, Siemens, and BT are the founding members of the foundation, whose mission is to "make the Internet of Things secure, to aid its adoption, and maximize its benefits."
The IoTSF will focus on best practices and knowledge sharing. It will host a conference in London in December on IoT security.
Streaking across the Taiwanese hinterland on its superfast bullet-train service, presented with an apparently endless vista of light industrial units, crowded freeways and shabby apartment blocks, something becomes immediately obvious to the first-time visitor: Taiwan is taking capitalism to the extreme.
Internet of Things World spoke to Gary Barnett, Chief Analyst – Software at industry analyst Ovum, to make sense of all the hype around IoT and identify some of the ways in which it really could transform the world, including health, industry and agriculture.
The Internet of Things Solutions World Congress (IOTSWC) closed its doors today on a high note after three days of strong industry engagement and top level conferences. Organized by Fira de Barcelona the IOTSWC gathered 88 companies and 120 speakers and became an international reference event in the industrial internet stage after its first edition.
Industry research firm Gartner recently reported that the Internet of Things (IoT) is going to impact businesses with its exponential adoption rate reaching 26 billion devices by 2020. Gartner said “that IoT product and service suppliers will generate incremental revenue exceeding $300 billion, mostly in services, in 2020. It will result in $1.9 trillion in global economic value-add through sales into diverse end markets.” Businesses can’t afford to miss this opportunity for tremendous growth.