The consumers view on wearables, part 1 is a survey conducted by Ericsson Consumer Lab in March 2016. This was an online survey of 5,000 iPhone and Android smartphone users, aged between 15 and 65, of whom 50% were also existing wearable technology owners. The participants in the online survey were located in Brazil, China, South Korea, the UK and the US. Their views are … Continue reading IoT Wearables – Consumers View on Wearables, Part 1 of 2
Consumer IoT Wearable Device Market The wearable device market can be segmented into seven sections, according to ABI research latest report: wearable cameras, smart clothing, smart glasses, healthcare, sports and activity tracker, wearable 3D motion trackers, and smartphone-compatible watches. The adoption of wearable technology is continuously increasing in the U.S. with the increasing demand for wrist wear/fitness wear, and health and wellness monitoring applications among … Continue reading IoT Wearables – Wearable Device Market
Wearable technology is a smart electronic device with microcontrollers. The device can be worn on the body as an implant or as an accessory. These wearable devices can perform many of the same computing tasks as mobile phones and laptop computers; however, in some cases, wearable technology can outperform these hand-held devices entirely. While wearable technology tends to refer to items which can be put … Continue reading IoT Wearables – Wearable Technology
In the part 3 of 3 of this article, I will explain the last three of the technology areas related to vehicle to everything (V2X) in the car industry. These are: Vehicle to Pedestrian (V2P), Vehicle to Home (V2H) and Vehicle to Grid (V2G). Vehicle to Pedestrian (V2P) The concept is simple: Vehicle to Pedestrian (V2P) will reduce road accidents by alerting pedestrians crossing the … Continue reading IoT Automotive – What Vehicle to Everything (V2X) is, Part – 3 of 3
In this article, I will explain three of the technology areas related to vehicle to everything (V2X) in the car industry. These are: Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V), Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I) and Vehicle to Device (V2D). V2V – Vehicle to Vehicle (another name used is car 2 car) V2V communication is a system that enables cars to talk to each other via Dedicated Short-Range Communication … Continue reading IoT Automotive – What V2X (Vehicle to Everything) is, Part – 2 of 3
The meaning of the acronym V2X is Vehicle to Everything. V2X in the car industry refers to different technology areas in the world of the Internet of Things Automotive. At this point, these different areas are: V2V Vehicle to Vehicle V2I Vehicle to Infrastructure V2D Vehicle to Device V2P Vehicle to Pedestrian V2H Vehicle to Home V2G Vehicle to Grid The advantages of … Continue reading IoT Automotive: What V2X is, Part 1 of 3
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) can enhances plant efficiency through the use of machine sensors, machine-to-machine communication and network communication with advanced analytics to create a “smart” environment where many decisions never require manual intervention. How IIoT can Enhances Plant Efficiency By connecting machines to a cloud, an automaker or supplier can connect its plants around the world, allowing executives and managers access to … Continue reading IoT Automotive – IIoT Enhances Plant Efficiency
“The automotive industry trend is connected cars. It will continue in the next 5 years.” The Internet of Things is breaking fresh ground for car manufacturers by introducing entirely new layers to the traditional concept of a car. This upgrade — the connected, smart car — comes as a revolutionary way for us to drive and stay in touch with the world around us at … Continue reading IoT Automotive – Automotive Industry Trend
This is smart manufacturing (part 3 of 3) article where I am explaining different perspective of the IIoT. IIoT is often described as a revolution that will change life as we know it, In the areas of consumer goods, building management and others. There is some truth to this; however, across industry, IIoT will be applied more slowly as different sectors of the industrial markets evolve … Continue reading IoT Manufacturing – Industrial Internet of Things Evolution to Smart Manufacturing (Part 3 of 3)
Introduction This is smart manufacturing (part 2 of 3) article where I am explaining the barriers and automation impact. IIoT is the growing thread of connectivity between objects equipped with the ability to gather, store, process, and send data either though communication protocols to the Internet, or directly to other things or to an Internet gateway. The IIoT becomes a full ecosystem when software, cloud computing … Continue reading IoT Manufacturing – IIoT Evolution to Smart Manufacturing (Part 2 of 3)
Smart Manufacturing (Part 1 of 3). What has been the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) evolution to smart manufacturing? Over the next decade, manufacturers could stand to capture about $4 trillion of value from the IIoT through increased revenues and lower costs, according to ARC Advisory group. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is not about ripping out current automation systems in order to replace … Continue reading IoT Manufacturing – IIoT Evolution to Smart Manufacturing (Part 1 of 3)
The IoT HR allows Human Resources organizations to utilize the sensors, networks, big data and analytics to revolutionize the way they manage their information and greatly increase the efficiency and productivity within the enterprise. Human Resources organizations can harness the Internet of Things (IoT) to get useful information on potential employees, as well as better manage their own performance. The goal of Human Resources organizations … Continue reading IoT HR – Human Resources Organizations Transformation
The Internet of Things (IoT) has already started to have an impact on ‘everything’. It’s no surprise that it’s starting to show up at the ‘workplace’. By 2020, the predicted 20 billion IoT devices will be generating and sharing a massive amount of data. This is making CEOs and Human Resources Executives to think how to incorporate IoT in HR to be part of the … Continue reading Internet of Things – Vision of the Future of IoT in HR
Smart Home is the term commonly used to define a residence that has appliances, lighting, heating, air conditioning, TVs, computers, entertainment audio & video systems, security, and camera systems capable of communicating with one another and can be controlled remotely by a time schedule, from any room in the home, as well as remotely from any location in the world by phone or internet. From … Continue reading IoT Smart City – What is Smart Home?
Smart water is the solution smart cities have been working on to control and prevent the waste of water. Water conservation is necessary for smart cities to exist and function efficiently. Smart water solutions are growing as they give consumers the ability to easily monitor their water consumption and provide useful information to the public. Water loss management is becoming increasingly important as supplies are … Continue reading IoT Smart City – What is Smart Water?