IoT Agenda:

Mobile


February 1, 2019  3:58 PM

Is your IoT connectivity bubble big enough for your business case?

Lee Stacey Profile: Lee Stacey
2G, 3G, 4G, GSM, Internet of Things, iot, IoT connectivity, IOT Network, IoT wireless, LoRA, Sigfox, Wi-Fi

The Wi-Fi bubble

With homes and businesses becoming smarter, the number of IoT devices operating in these areas is on the rise. In most cases, Wi-Fi is the perfect connectivity option, offering high bandwidth and very low cost due to using existing infrastructure and common...

January 7, 2019  3:34 PM

Motion intelligence: Placing people at the heart of the mobility revolution

Dimitri Maex Profile: Dimitri Maex
Connected car, Connected Health, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Mobility, motion data, motion intelligence, ride-sharing

Life is in constant motion. People move from place to place, from one moment to another, from one stage in their life to the next, changing personalities and needs along the way. When you can understand not just where people are going, but why and how -- having high motion intelligence, if you will...


December 7, 2018  12:37 PM

How IoT and 5G are enabling the fourth Industrial Revolution

Aman Brar Profile: Aman Brar
5G, 5G and IoT, fourth Industrial Revolution, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, IoT wireless, Latency, mobile edge computing, mobile network, Mobility, multi-access edge computing, Network latency

After what seems like years of waiting, it appears that the benefits and promises of 5G will soon be delivered. Far from being simply the next generation of mobile networking, 5G will be 100 times faster than its predecessor and will offer 25 times lower latency, providing unimaginably faster...


November 26, 2018  11:16 AM

Post-mortem on 2018 IoT predictions and the year ahead

Mitch Maimam Profile: Mitch Maimam
Blockchain, Cellular, cellular IoT, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT and blockchain, IoT partnerships, IoT predictions, iot security, Wearables

This article is something you will rarely see -- an author's frank look back at annual predictions to see how they did. Last year at this time, IoT was anticipated to be a


November 13, 2018  1:01 PM

The role of IoT in mobility, smart cities and urban technology

Julia Kanouse Profile: Julia Kanouse
5G, ai, Artificial intelligence, Edge computing, fog computing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, IOT Network, iot privacy, iot security, Machine learning, Mobility, Smart cities, smart city, urban, urban technology, Wireless

Opportunities for IoT innovation in mobility, smart cities and urban technology abound. There are a multitude of things to be discovered, systems to be developed and problems to be solved. IoT will shift the paradigm of how we work, when we work and ultimately how we interact with the physical...


November 6, 2018  1:11 PM

Internet of things meets consumer packaged goods

Josh Garrett Profile: Josh Garrett
ai, Collaboration, CPG, Data, digital, Enterprise IoT, gps, Internet of Things, Inventory, iot, IoT applications, Mobile, Mobility, retail, RFID, Sensor, Technology

While IoT is more popular than ever among enterprise technology teams, some industries have been slow to invest. Unlike MOBI's consumer packaged goods (CPG) sector customers, companies without a mobility management...


November 1, 2018  11:16 AM

Use coexistence testing to solve the IoT device interference challenge

Cheryl Ajluni Profile: Cheryl Ajluni
Enterprise IoT, frequency, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, signals, Testing, Wireless, Wireless interference

In 2002, Verizon Wireless launched a funny and much talked about series of commercials featuring a man being dropped into a variety of crazy locations. Each time, he uttered the now famous line into his mobile phone, "Can you hear me now?" The commercials set out to establish Verizon Wireless as...


October 25, 2018  11:53 AM

IEEE 802.16s: A wireless network standard for the industrial internet

Kathy Nelson Profile: Kathy Nelson
802.16, Enterprise IoT, IEEE 802.16, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, Mission-critical computing, standards, Wireless, Wireless standards

The industrial internet of things continues to grow, spanning from dense, bustling smart cities to remote network edge locations. Industrial operators in the utility, transportation, government and oil and gas sectors, to name a few, are shifting operations to become more interconnected, using...


October 16, 2018  10:36 AM

Reliable cellular IoT connectivity demands ‘owning’ connectivity

Svein-Egil Nielsen Profile: Svein-Egil Nielsen
4G, Bluetooth, Cellular, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IOT Network, IP, Wi-Fi, Wireless

What's the most reliable wireless technology you use? Most people I speak to say it's cellular. That's not to say cellular is 100% reliable. But it's as near today to a "gold standard" in wireless engineering (with timely patches and updates, of course). In fact, blanketed with decent 4G...


October 15, 2018  12:51 PM

How app development companies can adopt IoT to improve mobility

Harnil Oza Harnil Oza Profile: Harnil Oza
Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, Mobile app, mobile app development, Mobile Application Development, Mobile applications, Mobility

As much as mobility continues to exist and grow, the mobile app industry will not stop evolving. Currently, there is a new type of technology that is taking the entire industry by storm. It is called the internet of things. This has to do with the idea of getting physical gadgets to interface with...


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