The last thirty years have seen great strides in the deployment of communication network infrastructure. With an increasing emphasis on power-efficient communication for a growing variety of applications, there is a rising awareness that an alternative to IP might need investigation.
Engineers from the startup company Everactive have created a platform for the Internet of Things (IoT) that is totally battery-free.
The growth of connected products and the Internet of Things (IoT) presents many challenges and risks to manufacturers and developers.
The United States Army is studying how smart cities could be utilized as a communication and information resource in the future.
Researchers from the National University of Singapore have invented low-cost, high-tech sensors for the Internet of Things (IoT).
The Industry 4.0 IoT platform automatically becomes a reliable and dependable venue for compliance verification, eliminating the traditional way of tedious predefined period manual checks.
A new wireless network partnership promises to bring the Internet of Things directly to the streets of Buffalo, New York.
A huge step forward in NFC could change the way we interact with the Internet of Things forever.
China’s homegrown “WeChat” application has nearly 900 million users. Need a car? Pay a check? Send someone some cash? Rate a dining venue? Make a video call? Send an endless series of silly emojis? WeChat is the platform, at least in China. It’s IM, Facebook, Tripadvisor and Skype all in one. And a gateway to to the Internet of Things.
This article reviews some of the current thinking with regard to IoT. The range and scope of IoT is truly enormous so we’ll take a stab at the opportunities in for us EMC and wireless folks.