Internet of Things World 2016 is the world’s largest and most comprehensive IoT event with over 10,000 attendees, 350+ industry thought leaders and 200+ exhibitors. With a focus this year on monetizing the IoT revolution through bringing together ecosystem-wide attendees, stakeholders and investors, Internet of Things World provides a unique opportunity to meet key players within the marketplace.
With billions of sensors collecting trillions of data points, the Internet of Things will amass data on a scale never before seen. Only when we analyze that data can we truly release the value of the internet of things.
IoT Data Analytics & Visualization taking place on February 9 – 11 in the Crowne Plaza, Palo Alto, is the first dedicated event to tackle and showcase the ways in which companies can evolve their strategy and focus from just connecting things to capturing insights in order to achieve true value from IoT.
Machina Research today published its latest Strategy Report ‘IoT Platforms Best Practices’ which compares and contrasts the strategies adopted by 20 of the most important software platform vendors active in IoT, examining feature sets and company ecosystem positioning, and determining best practices.
Aerodynamics has always been a primary factor in decision-making and competitiveness in motor sports. For a racer, understanding the car platforms racing characteristics helps tune a competitive racing plan, yielding the advantages and disadvantages to the competitive car. The racer delivers the maximum window of opportunity to gain advantage in a fierce duel [passing], managing wheel tactics, or sharpening telemetry to aggressive drive fitted to the contours of each unique track characteristics.
25th January 2016: Senior executives from Microsoft, Disney, Jaguar Land Rover, Team Sky, Fitbit, Nest, IBM, British Gas, and GSK are just some of the big names speaking at the annual Wearable Technology Show, which takes place at London’s ExCeL on 15-16 March 2016.
NHS England will announce the first of its innovation ‘Test Beds’ later today, with these set to investigate how IoT and other emerging technologies can aid patient care across the country.
NHS England CEO Simon Stevens is due to announce the news at the World Economic Forum in Davos today, where he will also detail the aims of each Test Bed and the roles of the numerous technology partners, which include Verily (formerly Google Life Sciences), IBM and Philips.
French President Francois Hollande on Sunday began the economic leg of his three-day visit to India, offering his country's assistance in the development of at least three smart cities -- Chandigarh, Puducherry and Nagpur.
The announcement came during two back-to-back meetings which the visiting head of state, along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, held here with the corporate leaderships of the two countries. The first meeting was with the Indo-French CEOs Forum.
WHO’S at fault when your new smart TV tells your central heating to set at full heat in the middle of July? Or worse, where does the blame lie when your phone’s encryption is easily overriden by a malicious hacker, hell-bent on retrieving your personal information?
Being inclined to sloth, especially at weekends, I love being able to turn on my kettle via an app from the comfort of my bed or the sofa and have it keep the water at the perfect temperature until I am ready to get up and walk to the kitchen to make coffee.
Smart kettles, fridges that keep tabs on when the milk is going off, tweeting catflaps, connected keyless locks that let your cleaner in but keep your mother-in-law out — the internet of things (IoT) is, as they say, most definitely a thing.
The headlines from last week’s World Economic Forum meeting attended by 40 heads of government in Davos, Switzerland, focused on Islamic State terrorism, collapsing oil prices and Europe’s refugee crisis. But what I found most interesting — and under-reported — was the group’s forecast that robots will kill more than five million jobs over the next five years.
2015 was a defining year for the automotive industry for better and for worse with massive recalls and security breaches, but also with the prospect of the software defined car and the ever evolving user experience fueled by connectivity and over-the-air (OTA) capabilities. With the new year fast approaching, this is a good time to look at the predictions for the automotive industry for 2016 to learn what is in store for the cars hitting the road, and for the ones currently in the development phase.
Denmark’s third-largest city has transformed its prospects by making itself a desirable place to live and invest. At the heart of this change is an extraordinary commitment to getting the whole city cycling
“More and more investors are coming here, because they believe in the way we’ve transformed this old, industrial city into a new city,” he says. “We know we need to live from private businesses, so we need to have good conditions for that. But we care about the whole life of people. It’s all these many things together.”
In the near future, your gym will give you compression gear to wear during your workout. The gear will be filled with tiny, invisible generators that spring to life with the energy from your movement, your body heat and the WIFI signals in the room. The generators will then power little sensors seamlessly integrated into your clothing, which measure everything your body does: Kinematics, range of motion, heart rate, sweat, reps, blood sugar, body fat and so on.
SMART CITIES and the Internet of Things (IoT) are up there near the top of the hype cycle. You don't have to be in the technology sector to know that anyone who reads fairly widely can't miss it. But I still come across people in the energy and utility sectors, construction and engineering, and even some apparently cutting edge renewable and clean tech companies, who don't really grasp what all the fuss is about.
This is a mistake. Whatever sector you are in, and particularly those of us concerned about sustainability, you need to get this.