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January 30, 2019  11:44 AM

Can IoT and blockchain work together?

Nacho De Marco Nacho De Marco Profile: Nacho De Marco
Blockchain, DLT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT and blockchain, IoT applications, IoT software, Security, Supply Chain Management, tracking

Blockchain has been encroaching into all areas of life for more than five years now. Financial services are at the forefront of blockchain development, but logistics, utilities, security and government services are quickly gaining ground. An ever-increasing focus on efficiency and security make...

August 1, 2018  11:46 AM

IoT technology’s role in pharmaceutical shipping

Paul Washicko Profile: Paul Washicko
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, Connected Health, Internet of Things, iot, IoT sensors, Logistics, Medicine, Pharmaceutical, Pharmaceuticals, Sensors, Smart sensors, Supply chain, tracking, transportation, visibility

Pharmaceutical shipping is a particularly compelling application of IoT technologies because of the special challenges and stringent regulations involved. Pharmaceuticals have special requirements with regard to temperature, making precise control critical during transport. An increasing array of...


July 5, 2018  12:54 PM

How data science and IoT are changing air transportation

Vivian Zhang Profile: Vivian Zhang
Airline, airport, Big Data, Big Data analytics, Customer service, Data Science, Data scientist, Fleet Management, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, IoT sensors, Predictive Analytics, tracking, transportation, travel, Travelling

The transportation sector has been ripe for a technological overhaul for quite some time now. As with other traditional industries, management reluctantly lets go of...


September 6, 2017  4:26 PM

Waste not, want not: Making supply chains simple with IoT

Neil Hamilton Neil Hamilton Profile: Neil Hamilton
Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, Logistics, Supply chain, Supply Chain Management, tracking, ussd

Cisco and DHL recently reported that IoT will make supply chains vastly more efficient and transparent leading to a $1.9 trillion impact on the supply chain and logistics sector. Nowhere...


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