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July 22, 2019  3:48 PM

Overcome water and energy challenges with IoT

Asem Elshimi Profile: Asem Elshimi
Data Analytics, energy, Internet of Things, iot, IoT use cases, Smart meter, Smart Metering, Smart sensors, Sustainability IoT, utilities, Water

Smart lights are cool. They facilitate an unprecedented level of luxury. There will be no more getting out of bed to switch the lights off when a single swipe on your smart phone will do. Smart lights are only an expression of a much bigger disruption: home automation. Every problem you didn't...

November 12, 2018  12:56 PM

Three unexpected ways AI is revolutionizing connected living

Ohad Amir Profile: Ohad Amir
ai, Artificial intelligence, Big Data, Connected Data, consumer, consumer devices, Consumer IoT, energy, iot, IoT devices, smart home

Artificial intelligence is becoming more ubiquitous, but most of us don't see it in action as it's very much behind the scenes. However, its presence is increasing to the point where we're slowly but surely seeing its impact. Consider this: Just as people years ago didn't know what to make of...


December 29, 2017  1:18 PM

Editor’s picks: Thought-provoking IoT blogs from 2017

Sharon Shea Sharon Shea Profile: Sharon Shea
ai, Blockchain, Digital transformation, energy, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT platform, Microservices, Predictions

Some of the most popular articles from our IoT Agenda contributor network in 2017 took a look at the use cases of IoT in various verticals, as well as the technologies vital to its success. From IoT in farming and energy and healthcare to the use of microservices and artificial intelligence, the...


November 1, 2017  3:46 PM

Girding the grid: The missing piece of the smart city revolution

Steven Martin Steven Martin Profile: Steven Martin
Electric grid, energy, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Service providers, Smart cities, smart city, Smart grid, utilities

Three and a half billion people live in cities around the world today, and this number is expected to nearly double by 2050. The rapid pace of urbanization, coupled with advancements in cloud computing, artificial intelligence and sensors, is driving a smart city revolution. From San Diego to...


October 12, 2017  2:40 PM

Integrating IoT: Energy sector spark?

Neil Hamilton Neil Hamilton Profile: Neil Hamilton
energy, Energy Consumption, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT hardware, IOT Network, Smart meter, ussd, utilities, Wireless

Stakes are high for energy suppliers as global energy demands are expected to grow by 37% by 2040. With most energy infrastructures antiquated and sometimes prone to...


August 30, 2017  11:39 AM

Marco Polo and seven monetizable IoT intelligence use cases

Rick Harlow Profile: Rick Harlow
Big Data, Big Data analytics, Business model, energy, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Predictive Analytics, Predictive maintenance, utilities

In the 13th century, Marco Polo set out with his father and uncle on a great voyage across uncharted territories. They traveled across the vast continent of Asia and became the first Europeans to visit the Chinese capital. For 17 years, Marco Polo explored many parts of world before...


August 1, 2017  1:57 PM

Internet of energy: Extracting value from data silos in utilities

e russell Profile: erussell
Artificial intelligence, Data Management, energy, Energy Consumption, Energy efficiency, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Machine learning, Service providers, utilities

In the industrial world, and specifically the energy sector, the amount of connected devices, sensors and machines is continuously growing, resulting in the internet of energy, or IoE. IoE can be broadly defined as the upgrading and automating of electricity infrastructures, making energy...


June 14, 2017  2:23 PM

Plasma jet engines: The means to faster, cheaper and farther travel

Scott Amyx Scott Amyx Profile: Scott Amyx
energy, energy harvesting, engine, Fuel, IIoT, Internet of Things, iot, plasma

The conventional jet engine burns fuels and uses compressed air, hurling the result out the back and gaining propulsion. Plasma jet engines use electricity to generate an electromagnetic field. This electromagnetic field is then used to compress a gas to such a degree that it turns into


April 14, 2017  2:17 PM

Blockchain for industrial enterprises: Hype, reality, obstacles and outlook

Mark Bunger Mark Bunger Profile: Mark Bunger
Agriculture, Blockchain, energy, industrial company, Internet of Things, iot, power, Supply chain

In a recent webinar, we explored the hype around blockchain, industrial use cases outside of financial services and obstacles to enterprise deployments...


April 12, 2017  12:32 PM

Industrial IoT: Creating value, transforming business models

Ganesh Bell Profile: Ganesh Bell
Digital transformation, electricity, energy, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, Renewable energy, solar

There are a few important differences between the consumer internet of things and the industrial internet of things. To begin with, there's the value: the industrial internet will generate twice the returns we've seen from the consumer internet within the next decade. Then there's the scale: if you...


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