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Smart Cities

Smart cities is a quickly evolving area in the U.S., following in the footsteps of global leaders like Barcelona, Amsterdam and Beijing. I had the chance to talk with Beverly …

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smart home services

Sony and Tepco could start bringing smart home services to millions of Japanese households as soon as next year. Sony Mobile Communications and power company Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings …

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A fight against the living room Stadiums are in trouble. In a 1998 ESPN poll, 54% of sports fans said they’d rather watch a game at the stadium than at …

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Intel devices will use GE Predix industrial IoT cloud platform for smart manufacturing During the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich was joined on stage by GE …

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The need for better connectivity In a 2012 Cisco study, 44% of fans said connectivity is very important to their experience at a sports stadium. That number likely will continue to …

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LoRaWAN is a Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) specification created for wireless, battery-operated devices. LoRa is already deployed in millions of sensors, according to the LoRa-Alliance. Some of the main components …

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The fuel to IIoT: LPWAN Low-power, wide-area networks (LPWAN) are the response to the need for reliable, efficient, easy to deploy connectivity to help unlock the potential of the internet of things. According …

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As the internet of things (IoT) continues to evolve, a wealth of connectivity options—utilizing a variety of different spectrum options—are emerging. The 2.4 GHz band—also called unlicensed spectrum—has thrown its …

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IIoT security: critical importance, under-addressed The industrial internet of things presents a cybersecurity concern of a scale we have never before seen. Its premise alone – making every “thing” around …

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sensors

IIoT at the construction site The industrial internet of things has the potential to disrupt nearly every enterprise domain in existence. While the prospect of smart cities, automated vehicles and …

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