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IoT

  • April 13, 2019

    News on the Territory of the Net

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  • There’s a reason why living in cities is highly preferred by a lot of people. Better opportunities, higher chance of employment, a comfortable lifestyle, and many more. With the recent advancement in technologies, cities become more efficient as they have the task of keeping up with the increase in population. That’s also why smart cities will come soon because of the norm in major metropolitan areas. Here’s how smart cities and IoT will change our communities. For starters, the smart city is a city that utilizes technology, specifically IoT devices, such as intelligent construction cones, connected sensors, and lights to gather and analyze primary data. These data are used to improve public utilities, infrastructure, and many more. Better Architecture and Infrastructure¬† Project managers and construction experts all over the world are always in search of ways on how to utilize IoT devices and solutions into infrastructures with hopes that it would improve the overall quality of the building while reducing costs at the same time. According to surveys, almost 60% of building managers in the US are familiar with IoT, and the rest of them believe that IoT is capable of shaping how they operate their buildings in the following years. One of the few areas with massive potential for improvement is lighting. With IoT technology, building managers could make a switch to using LED bulbs as a way of saving energy and money. There are also elevators embedded with IoT that promotes greater efficiency. Though, the most remarkable implementation of smart architecture would be the smart grids that help in resource conservation. Another country that has been experimenting with what IoT has to offer would be Amsterdam. Basically, it has been working on ways on how energy storage units can be used, together with solar panels for a household...
  • August 4, 2017

    Big Data Is Changing IoT in The Future

    Tens of millions of individuals that are connected to trillions of devices at all times. This level of connectivity is one way that provides an unprecedented standard of access to information in not only business but also personal lives. As more people have access to connected devices, they also gain a new level of knowledge to various tools and options to increase their efficiency and input into society. More devices means more data, and the only way to make this increased amount of data is to have a new way to view and interpret that data. Future analytics and also the programs which support extensive data are continuously evolving, being formed by the necessity to provide information faster to customers and obtain practical insights across the organization. Big data is only getting bigger, and with all the viewpoints and ways that big data can be used in business operations, it can be difficult to obtain a bird’s-eye view of the many trends affecting the landscape. Following is a roundup some of the trends in hypotheses and data on how they may grow in the future. IoT Technology Depends On Big Data As individuals move more of their own lives on the internet, their apparatus migrate with them. IoT technology is the expression used to refer to the gigantic technological network–that includes anything from medical enhancements and weather detectors to autonomous vehicles driving around our city streets and even electricity grids–and the infinite streams of information that they collect and exchange while attached to the internet. This churn of data will require improvements in analytics to be processed, and businesses must take care of challenges which IoT presents to safety and information governance.Without adequate approaches and systems to translate and direct the information that’s collected, there’ll be no way to generate...