The Internet of Things is something that every industry is looking at to collect data from different systems and sensors for gathering data to analyze and make better decisions on their business operations. Technology companies are also making transitions to the cloud to accommodate IoT solutions. Amazon Web Services, IBM’s BlueMix, Microsoft Azure and Vensi’s blueapp.io have had cloud management solutions for some time now. Google is joining the ranks by completing its solution .
The Internet of Things while still in its infancy stage is seeing that the adoption is growing rapidly in many different industries, this is due to technologies that are enabling easy access to remotely gather data, remote monitoring of different systems and devices and remote control from anywhere in the world. These technologies are enabling industries that would not have been able to have an IoT solution without changing their existing systems to accommodate .
Bluetooth is a communication protocol that was intended to provide cable-free connections between computers and other devices to communicate with mobile phones, printers, and other devices, in the early design the computer would become the main bridge of communication between these devices. Today smartphones and tablets have become that core bridge between Bluetooth communication and the Internet of Things. In the past years, we at Vensi predicted that Bluetooth would be the prevailing short .
In 2016 there has been a steady growth with the Internet of Things adoption with over 6.4 billion connected devices, the numbers are up 30% from 2015 and by 2020 the market expects to see 20 billion connected devices. That number, although impressive is a bit shy from the early forecasts in 2013 and 2014 with estimates as high as 50 billion by some market analysts, ultimately adoption is spreading to more industries every .
Healthcare wearable technology is growing rapidly in the present market, customer demands and smart medical devices like fitness trackers and smartwatches is expected to reach $20 billion dollars in the global market in few years. Latest health wearables are the great deals for users, it takes no effort to enter information. The present healthcare wearables tend to target four most common chronic illnesses, includes heart failure, diabetes, hypertension, and lung disease. Wearable technology in .
Operating a vehicle autonomously on public roads is very complex and not safer than flying an airplane due to a huge number of unpredictable objects on roads including heavy vehicles, walkers, animals, potholes, and buildings. But recent major announcements on autonomous vehicles from big companies like Tesla new model car have autopilot software, Uber also launched a self-driving cars trial in Pittsburgh and Ford, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and more are began to show off its own .
Sensors are the key things to communicate data between IoT devices and the internet. There are multiple ways to connect your sensors to the internet or cloud and it depends on the usage and requirement. A large number of sensors required for industries like agricultural, smart building monitoring, etc. Here the connectivity network plays a significant role to cover a large area, but the challenge is such sensors required long battery life and low .
IoT is taking over the world of technology. We interact with things these days which have the potential of becoming a part of the growing Internet of Things. IoT is providing a significant opportunity for many companies that can produce smart products expand into the trending tech industry. For example, a connected toothbrush which encourages kids to brush their teeth more thoroughly by following commands on a smartphone screen while brushing which transforms the .
Intel shared the newest innovative technologies and ideas at IDF16, it has many innovations with the latest technology trends like Internet of Things. Initially, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich shared the information about the latest innovations from Intel as Inventing the Future: The Power of a Smart and Connected World at IDF 2016. He talked about few themes and announcements that includes: Project Alloy: Redefines the experience of computing with Virtual Reality. Project Alloy is .
Pressure gauges have been a common tool in various industries across the world for at least a half of a century now, they are used daily to monitor different systems. We use them to measure the air pressure in our vehicles tires, and in industrial settings they are used to measure HVAC, refrigeration, ventilation, and many other uses to make sure that these systems are working within the set limits. These gauges are important .