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October 23, 2017  10:44 AM

How connected stadiums are revolutionizing live fan experiences

Adam Young Profile: Adam Young
connected, Connectivity, consumer experience, Customer satisfaction, FAN, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, social media, sports, User experience, Wi-Fi

Hot dogs, screaming fans and the thrill of a big win will never go out of style, but modern fans are expecting more than the basics when they head to a game. Across the country -- and around the world -- new stadiums are being built to serve the needs of

July 17, 2017  4:34 PM

Smart city vs. connected city: What’s the difference?

Rudzki Zachary Zachary Rudzki Profile: Rudzki Zachary
connected, Connected car, Data Analytics, Data Management, Edge computing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, smart city

The U.S. Department of Transportation last year selected Columbus, Ohio, to be the poster child for the first smart city in the country. Although the city's pitch was impressive (check it out here), it raises the question:...


March 15, 2017  3:04 PM

Security and governance: Immediate priorities for connected mobile apps

Sravani Bhattacharjee Profile: Sravani Bhattacharjee
connected, Enterprise, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, mobile app development, mobile app security, mobile apps

The first wave of mobile apps mainly centered on the retail and consumer markets. In its second wave over the past five years we witnessed enterprise mobility steadily rise. ISMG’s 2016 business transformation study found 99% of the


January 24, 2017  4:05 PM

Four ways to unlock the full potential of the IoT connected home

Amena Ali Amena Ali Profile: Amena Ali
connected, Consumer IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Smart bulb, Smart Device, smart home

Ninety-nine percent of appliances and devices in the home are not connected. Today, you have no idea if the HVAC is working efficiently, let alone if it is about to breakdown. Ditto for your hot water heater, washer, dryer, dishwasher, etc. The failure of any one of these appliances is a major...


October 11, 2016  11:43 AM

Understanding the evolution of the internet of things

Steven Woo Steven Woo Profile: Steven Woo
connected, Data, Internet of Things, iot, Moore's Law, privacy, Security

The internet of things has certainly come a long way since Kevin Ashton coined the term way back in 1999. Quite a lot has been written about IoT over the past 17 years, with many analysts and journalists correctly predicting an almost exponential increase in connected devices. While most people...


October 5, 2016  10:01 AM

Why democratizing IoT is essential for its survival

Ryan Lester Profile: Ryan Lester
connected, Internet of Things, iot, Vendor, Vendors

Every day companies are hearing about the internet of things -- maybe it’s inquiries from their customers, their board, their investors or the like. These groups are hearing the market projections and...


September 26, 2016  2:20 PM

How smart cities will use IoT

Brian Zanghi Brian Zanghi Profile: Brian Zanghi
connected, Internet of Things, iot, smart city, Smartphones

Futurists, tech visionaries and urban stakeholders have been talking about "smart cities" for a number of years now, as though they're the product of a simple recipe: Take a city, add the internet of things, and voila -- smart city! Needless to say, it's hardly that simple. Smart cities will,...


July 21, 2016  10:44 AM

The IoT journey — are we there yet?

Ryan Lester Profile: Ryan Lester
connected, consumer devices, Internet of Things, iot

As with previous technology trends, companies looking to create new value through IoT are watching for signals that we are crossing the chasm, maturing and moving beyond the early exploration phase. There are a variety of signs in the market that point to progress, but there are also companies...


July 19, 2016  8:43 AM

Why interoperability holds the keys to the smart home

Jessica Groopman Jessica Groopman Profile: Jessica Groopman
connected, Internet of Things, Interoperability, iot, iot security, Smart Device, smart home

Investment is pouring into the smart home. But is 'the home of the future' really viable when it's just a bunch of "smart" endpoints? The so-called "smart home" market -- that is, replacing your current in-home appliances and products with an


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