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By Marcus Jensen
Technological advancements and the surge of mobile platforms have announced the new era of global economy, and the booming app market is expanding with lightning speed. Big Data has a powerful influence on business operation on a global scale, although the rates of adoption are not that convincing. What is more, the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) means that it will not be long before all household items are equipped with wireless capacity. For an app market, which relies heavily on knowledge and data, particularly user feedback, this has strong implications. It is time to think big in terms of data.
By Asim Roy
As we move towards widespread deployment of sensor-based technologies, three issues come to the fore: (1) many of the these applications will need machine learning to be localized and personalized, (2) machine learning needs to be simplified and automated, and (3) machine learning needs to be hardware-based.
By John Berard
The Online Trust Alliance (OTA) has been at the forefront of helping build consumer confidence in the technology products that have helped remake our day. So, it was no surprise it moved to create a set of guidelines around the products and services that are part of the Internet of Things (IoT).
The Internet of Things has been labeled as the next ‘Industrial Revolution,’ by many experts that have predicted how it will be able to change the way various industries, businesses, consumers, and even governments, interact with the physical world in the future. Here are other ways on how the IoT will impact, challenge, and change business in 2016.
By David Oro
It’s still early days for the IoT but everyday a little part of its burgeoning ecosystem becomes a factor in our lives, whether we know it or not. From industrial tools to farming to cities to grocery aisles and everything in between, the IoT is there. Here are 10 IoT case studies that show just where some of these technologies and applications are being applied.
Guest blog post by Eduardo Siman
If you follow news about the Internet of Things, you will have read quite a few articles that attempt to predict the number of connected devices by the year 2020. Eduardo breaks it down with this chart.