IoT Agenda:

Drones


April 25, 2017  2:06 PM

Drone package delivery is realistic, not futuristic, thanks to fog computing

Lynne Canavan Profile: Lynne Canavan
Cloud Computing, drone, Drones, FOG, fog computing, Fogging, Internet of Things, iot

As the industry adopts new technologies such as IoT, 5G and AI, fog computing has likewise been rapidly

April 6, 2017  2:20 PM

Deciphering hype from reality for autonomous drones

Phil Marshall Phil Marshall Profile: Phil Marshall
Amazon, Drones, Internet of Things, iot, LTE, traffic

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), aka drones, have seen robust market adoption fueled primarily by consumer/hobbyist and commercial demand for photography, videography, and media and entertainment. According to the...


February 23, 2017  11:29 AM

IoT as a solution for precision farming

Karina Popova Profile: Karina Popova
Agriculture, Cellular, Drones, farm, farmers, farms, Future technology, Internet of Things, iot, Real-time communications, Tracker

Understanding a natural intelligence is the most systematic way of developing the internet of things. We know that each single-celled organism tries to survive. They usually follow the rule of "do the right thing at the right time." In reality, IoT solves the same simple problem for...


December 8, 2016  11:41 AM

Artificial intelligence disruptions in healthcare

Sudha Jamthe Sudha Jamthe Profile: Sudha Jamthe
ai, Artificial intelligence, Deep learning, Drones, Healthcare, Internet of Things, iot, Machine learning, ROBOTS

When you visited the doctor the last time, do you remember meeting her AI helper? No, I don't remember either. But guess what, artificial intelligence (AI) is looking at our biometrics and combing through millions of past patient history and medical research papers to make predictions about our...


September 22, 2016  6:37 PM

Intuitive Machines brings space tech down to Earth

Mark Bunger Mark Bunger Profile: Mark Bunger
Connected Health, cybersecurity, Drones, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, NASA

We recently spoke with Mark Gittleman, Executive Vice President at Intuitive Machines, a "product development think tank" in Houston, Texas, that offers engineering services based on a deep NASA pedigree. Gittleman was previously head of the space division of


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