The Top 9 Industrial IoT use cases Asset tracking and monitoring Automation of manual processes Predictive maintenance Improving safety and security Buildings: energy efficiency and/or automation Enhanced customer engagement and customer satisfaction Data intelligence to do strategic planning Transforming from a product based model to services based model for customers […]

Marconi’s experiment and invention in the field of wireless radio communication over several decades ago to improvements in wireless radio till now has led to connecting over 6 billion mobile subscribers in the world today while enabling data to be sent from deep space such as from Pluto and Voyager Space […]

The Internet of things hype everyone would be skeptical that the reality could ever deliver what is promised. We all have by now would have heard how GE is collecting Terabytes of data for each flight and now wished to sell engine service contracts instead of engines itself. This opportunity arises […]

Google ventures into one of the biggest cloud-computing needs for the evolving IoT domain with a service that will manage IoT devices and gather the data they generate into applications that can use Google’s other services on its cloud platform. The new IoT service will make it easier for customers to upload large amounts […]

As Europe attempt’s to modernize production with integration of sensors and software, Microsoft Corp. is trying to grab some market share with launch of new IoT & AI lab at Munich. Existing labs in the US and China received overwhelming response and this motivated Microsoft to expand this lab to […]

Self-charging IoT enabled robots used in package sorting warehouse in a Chinese delivery company. These autonomous robots finish at least 200,000 package sorting a day at the large warehouse. Chinese delivery firms in general and industries across the board are fast embracing automation and IoT to increase productivity. These orange robots […]

The term Internet of Things (IoT) was first coined by Kevin Ashton in 1999 in the context of supply chain management. However, over the years the definition has been more inclusive covering wide range of applications like healthcare, utilities, transport, etc. Although the definition of ‘Things’ has changed as technology […]

A new invention at one of the MIT’s labs will now enable a low-power chip specialised for automatic speech recognition and enable voice control for IoT. These chips deliver a  power savings of 90 to 99 percent compared to existing solutions and it could enable voice control practical for relatively simple electronic devices such […]