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Embedded systems and IoT application development
How does a 90 percent reduction in data transmission delays on your IoT network sound? The new ‘EasyPass’ method being developed by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh takes advantage of resources not being fully utilized in a wireless channel to improve the connection for IoT devices on the network.
Some have described data as the “new oil,” but IoT transforms data into an even bigger opportunity. Unlike oil, data is not a finite resource, and IoT technology opens up infinite possibilities with what businesses can do with never-ending amounts of structured and unstructured data.
The growth of IoT technology is on a hockey-stick trajectory and the number of interconnected devices is expanding exponentially. More and more businesses are investing in IoT application development.
State of the Edge is a research organization that recently published its “State of the Edge 2020” report. What caught our attention about the report is the addition of a forecast model that predicts a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 35 percent and a $700 billion CAPEX spend on edge IT and data center infrastructure between the current year and 2028.
The Industrial IoT Conference is coming up and it looks like it’s going to be another winner. This one is being held in Fort Lauderdale, February 11-14, 2020.
With any edge computing and IoT project, security is an issue. If you have read some of our previous blog posts, you know how serious we are about this topic, and it is always a primary focus when we work on projects with clients.
How confident are you that the IoT devices and applications in your organization are secure? If you answered “not very confident,” you’re not alone.
Wth 2020 just around the corner, enterprises are making plans across the board. Of course, IoT is an area receiving a lot of attention, but what can companies expect next year? How will the IoT landscape change and what industries will see the biggest impact?
Ask any C-suite executive, and they will probably tell you their company is investing more in IoT. A recent global survey confirms this, with an “Intelligent Enterprise Index” scoring system. The survey found that 61 percent of enterprises are on their way to true “intelligence.”
When designing IoT systems, two of the primary constraints are almost always power and cost. How can you create a low-power system that is cost-effective while still delivering the intended value? New developments in Bluetooth technology are providing a new and...