IoT Agenda:

IoT wireless


May 10, 2019  12:49 PM

Use cases of RFID in retail

Morris Qiu Profile: Morris Qiu
Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT in retail, IoT wireless, retail IoT, RFID, RFID tags, RFID use cases, smart retail

The development of the social economy has changed the way people shop. Consumers not only have high requirements for quality, but also expect a better shopping experience. Retailers need to rationally coordinate all aspects of retail, based on market conditions, in order to adapt to new consumption...

April 30, 2019  11:52 AM

IoT grows when standards and partnerships share

Paula Hunter Profile: Paula Hunter
AIM, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, IoT partners, IoT partnerships, IoT standards, IoT wireless, LoRa Alliance, LoraWAN, LPWAN, near field communication, NFC, Thread, Wireless

"IoT appears to be growing up and past the standards battle stage of life. Instead, its participants are increasingly seeing the field as a series of applications and use cases with the most appropriate IoT technology being slotted in as appropriate, not as a big playing field served by a...


April 29, 2019  11:48 AM

Adding Wi-Fi for LPWAN localization

Kipp Jones Profile: Kipp Jones
Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IoT location, IOT Network, IoT wireless, location, location data, LPWAN, Wi-Fi

This is the third in a three-part series on IoT, location and TDOA. Read part one and


April 23, 2019  2:29 PM

The top 3 IoMT challenges keeping healthcare IT up at night

Mike Leibovitz Profile: Mike Leibovitz
Connected Health, connected healthcare, human error, Internet of Things, IoHT, IoMT, iot, IoT connectivity, IOT Network, iot security, IoT wireless

Medical facilities today depend on internet of medical things technology to deliver best-in-class patient care, from connected infusion pumps to patient telemetry monitors. In fact, Frost &...


April 23, 2019  10:27 AM

5G is the Y2K of the next decade

Chip Downing Profile: Chip Downing
5G, 5G network, 5G technology, IOT Network, IoT wireless, Y2K

The press surrounding CES 2019 and Mobile World Congress 2019 5G announcements coupled with the bankruptcy proceedings of Sears/Kmart occurring recently has caused me to reflect upon how technology can be very good for companies that can use it -- and debilitating for those that cannot. Fundamental...


April 3, 2019  1:50 PM

If you think 5G will solve all IoT challenges, think again

Mehdi Daoudi Profile: Mehdi Daoudi
5G, Connectivity, Internet of Things, iot, IoT connectivity, IOT Network, IoT networking, IoT service providers, IoT wireless, Mobile connectivity, mobile network operators, mobile operators

5G represents the next generation of mobile technology, with GSMA predicting that by 2025, about half of all U.S. mobile connections will occur on 5G networks. With its dramatic bandwidth enhancements,...


April 2, 2019  3:50 PM

Connecting smart buildings and smart homes in the IoT era

Marc Pegulu Profile: Marc Pegulu
Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT connectivity, IoT devices, IoT wireless, LoRA, LoraWAN, LPWAN, Smart Building, smart home

Market awareness and adoption of smart homes and buildings continues to rise yearly, with 2019 set to be another busy year for the trend. From smart kitchen appliances and smoke detectors to voice assistant-enabled lighting and irrigation systems, builders and homeowners are using IoT to connect...


April 2, 2019  10:23 AM

How hybrid IT and 5G are enabling smart cities

Martin Olsen Profile: Martin Olsen
5G, ai, Hybrid IT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, IoT edge, IOT Network, IoT sensors, IoT wireless, Smart cities, smart city, smart city applications, smart city network

About 90 million people in 185 countries around the world use Waze, the crowd-sourced navigation app that helps drivers quickly get from point A to point B while avoiding potholes, traffic jams and, yes, police. The app collects data from users and pushes relevant information to drivers, virtually...


March 28, 2019  1:39 PM

Wireless power: Enabling the next-generation of smart home devices

Ori Mor Profile: Ori Mor
Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IOT Network, IoT power, IoT wireless, powering IoT, wireless power

As if overnight, the majority of the devices in our home have become smart. We listen to music through smart speakers. We watch and browse content on smart TVs. Our smart thermostats adjust the temperature...


March 20, 2019  10:41 AM

Why are connected device risks more inherent with APIs?

Andrew Useckas Profile: Andrew Useckas
API, Application Programming Interface, Bluetooth, connected devices, Consumer IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, IoT wireless, Wi-Fi

I recently purchased a Bluetooth speaker. All the prior Bluetooth speakers I owned had two connectivity modes: pairing with phones or tablets via Bluetooth, or physically plugging in an Aux cable. This model of Bluetooth speaker was different -- it demanded a Wi-Fi connection. I was curious and...


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