IoT Agenda:

Water


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...

February 6, 2018  1:16 PM

Lessons from IoT Evolution Expo

Rick Harlow Profile: Rick Harlow
Agriculture, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Service providers, Sustainability, Water

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to be involved in a panel discussion at the IoT Evolution Expo in Orlando, Fla. The focus of the panel discussion was around how IoT is driving sustainability. It was interesting to see and discuss the two different talk tracts around this topic. On one...


January 15, 2018  3:01 PM

Smart cities for a stronger, resilient future

Lisa Brown Profile: Lisa Brown
Energy efficiency, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, lighting, Smart cities, smart city, Smart lighting, Water

A recent slew of natural disasters has brought city resiliency to the forefront of all local government leaders' minds. Each city faces unique potential threats, from


July 21, 2017  3:04 PM

Smart farming: The future of agriculture

Josh Garrett Profile: Josh Garrett
Agriculture, farm, farmers, farms, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Pest, Profit, Regulations, Water

I've written about some of the changes...

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July 20, 2016  10:59 AM

IoT for energy and water: Utilities’ role in the internet of things

Roberto Aiello Roberto Aiello Profile: Roberto Aiello
Data Analytics, energy, Internet of Things, iot, Smart meter, utilities, Water

In 2008, the number of "things" connected to the internet surpassed the number of people on our planet. By 2020, the number of internet-connected things is estimated to reach 50 billion. Energy and water utilities have been connecting millions of networked devices for decades. One could say that...


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