IoT Agenda:

Wireless


October 22, 2018  3:57 PM

Airbrush-sprayed antennas spurring innovation in IoT

James Warner Profile: James Warner
ANTENNA, Antennas, Internet of Things, iot, IoT hardware, IOT Network, Wireless

The internet of things is basically the utilization of network sensors in physical devices to enable easy remote monitoring and control. IoT is one of those technologies that has attained huge traction over a short period of time, and only continues to grow. IoT is being used in a variety of fields...

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 1, 2018  3:03 PM

Take the bite out of industrial IoT device cost

Cheryl Ajluni Profile: Cheryl Ajluni
IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, IOT Network, LPWAN, Narrowband, Testing, Wireless, Wireless networking, Wireless standards

Not that long ago, devices like fitness trackers and smart appliances were all the rage when it came to the internet of things. These days, the focus is on devices for industrial IoT. Farm drones are being used to monitor crops and livestock. Robots are keeping factory floors moving efficiently,...


September 26, 2018  10:25 AM

Get ready for just-in-time customer engagement

Seeta Hariharan Seeta Hariharan Profile: Seeta Hariharan
consumers, Customer engagement, Customer loyalty, Customer satisfaction, Internet of Things, iot, IoT sensors, Just in Time, retail, retailers, Sensors, Smartphones, Wireless

One of the most important industrial innovations in the 20th century was just-in-time manufacturing. Pioneered by Toyota in auto assembly plants, the methodology was aimed at speeding production and...


September 25, 2018  12:57 PM

Rapid prototyping with embedded products helps hardware developers focus on innovation

Adrian Fernandez Profile: Adrian Fernandez
embedded, Embedded devices, Embedded Systems, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, Microcontroller, PCB, prototype, SDK, Software development, Wireless

The internet of things is as much of a greenfield opportunity for established solution providers as it is for the next up-and-coming hardware startup. Whether adding connectivity to an existing product or creating a brand-new application altogether, the need to innovate and iterate quickly is...


September 24, 2018  1:10 PM

It’s time to solve LPWAN’s location challenge with TDOA and Wi-Fi

Kipp Jones Profile: Kipp Jones
GNSS, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, location, Location Based Services, Location technology, LPWAN, Wi-Fi, Wireless

The internet of things continues to gain momentum and in so doing is creating new opportunities and innovation in both technology and business use cases. Many of these new use cases are demanding smaller and smaller devices that have less room and money to support the need for a large battery. At...


September 20, 2018  1:18 PM

IoT technologies pave the road to the context-aware smart home

Raoul Wijgergangs Raoul Wijgergangs Profile: Raoul Wijgergangs
Amazon Alexa, Bluetooth, Data, home automation, Internet of Things, Interoperability, iot, IOT Network, Sensors, smart home, Smart lighting, Thermostat, Wi-Fi, Wireless

In today's smart home, smart speakers are a Trojan horse, where their proliferation contributes to overall smart home awareness. In many homes, a smart speaker is the inaugural device which inspires homeowners to add additional devices, such as lightbulbs or thermostats, to control using voice...


September 18, 2018  2:14 PM

New IoT sensor technology alleviates traffic by helping you park faster

Alex Koepsel Alex Koepsel Profile: Alex Koepsel
4G, Internet of Things, iot, IoT sensors, Smart cities, smart city, Smart sensors, Wireless

With more than 30 years in the intelligent transportation market, Norway-based Q-Free has spent much of its existence developing ways to reduce traffic flows. Q-Free's project manager, Brage Blekken, said the company's mission is...


September 13, 2018  1:50 PM

The real reason why mobile operators fail to monetize IoT

Aman Brar Profile: Aman Brar
Cellular, Connectivity, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, LoRA, LPWAN, MNO, MNOs, mobile network, monetisation, Network operations, platform, platforms, revenue, Wireless

So much for the hype. There was -- and still is -- quite a lot of bullish news about IoT being the next big thing for mobile operators. Some even claimed that IoT would overshadow the mobile phone business. That has not materialized. Most operators find IoT a major challenge at best, a loss-making...


September 5, 2018  11:54 AM

5G is coming, but private LTE will be here first

Greg Najjar Profile: Greg Najjar
5G, BYON, commercial, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, LTE, mobile network, Wireless, Wireless network

5G will play a critical role for extending mobile connectivity in every industry, connecting devices, sensors and computers with wider and faster connectivity. Yet, until 5G is fully realized, there is no need to wait around. Private LTE networks have become easier to establish with recent...


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