Launches of any kind whether a product or technology is difficult. The saying, “It’s a marathon not a sprint” is not viable. Everyone wants to be first. But with every new release, there are challenges. Just because it’s available doesn’t necessarily mean it will be a home run when the gates open! Let’s take a walk down memory lane.
IoT is having a tremendous impact on all verticals including the Oil and Gas industry. According to McKinsey, IoT will have a total potential economic impact of $3.9T to $11.1T by the year 2025. Oil and Gas and mining is expected to bite out a chunk of that total with an estimated economic impact of $930B within the next 10 years. Looking at these figures, the oil and gas industry should be gliding down the path of IoT. Gliding may be a too advantageous word to use but the oil and gas industry certainly has recognized the importance and necessity of utilizing and deploying IoT Initiatives.
The digital signage market is expected to grow from USD 20.8 billion in 2019 to USD 29.6 billion by 2024, at a CAGR of 7.3%. IoT is changing the face of digital signage around the world from traditional indoor signage to digital signage outdoors.
The Internet of Things crosses all verticals including, but not limited to, Retail, Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, Energy and Healthcare. IoT enables enterprises to track, manage, share data, increase productivity and your ROI. In this blog, I will discuss the main components of the IoT ecosystem along with the layers in each component.
IoT connected devices are growing at a phenomenal speed. With this growth comes the necessity to protect your company’s assets: devices, machines and equipment from being compromised.
Internet of Things (IoT) is impacting all verticals, including but not limited, to Manufacturing, HVAC, Robotics, Fleet Management and Healthcare. Although, the benefits of IoT within all industries is extensive it is especially the case within Healthcare. Implementing IoT system integrations to oversee the many facets of patients, outpatients, physicians, nurses and support staff will improve patient care by mitigating oversights in treatment, scheduling medications/visits; overseeing both internal and external patients to ensure they are properly monitored.
From the vehicle itself, to the cargo inside, and the driver who delivers it, there are limitless applications for IoT in transportation. Some are already realized, but most have yet to be dreamed up as products of the fleet management transformation we're witnessing today.
First off, what is a Smart Building? It is a network-enabled building management system leveraging a number of sensors connected to internal equipment, that helps automate building operations. People spend most of their time inside buildings whether it’s their residences, offices, factories, academic campuses or hospitals. IoT connectivity is leveraged in smart buildings and integrated with automated access control, security, lighting, HVAC systems, advanced audio/visual systems and more.
The Mobile Device Management (MDM) space has seen a lot of change over the last 10 years. As I see it, we are now in our third evolution of MDM, so let's look at how it all started, and what it’s become today.
With Apple's recently released iPhones, the world is revving up for its first broad taste of eSIMs, or “virtual SIMs.” While an iPhone isn’t the first consumer device to utilize eSIM technology (Google already beat them to the punch with the Pixel 2), the sheer number of iPhone users that will be taking on an eSIM device legitimizes it as the next technology toward which the masses must scramble.