Technology advances, including the cloud and embedded connectivity modules with very small sensors, are enabling companies to use the internet to collect real-time data from a growing number of various “things” – including industrial air compressors, truck trailers, tower lighting systems and jewelry.
Downer is collecting data every ten minutes from 300 IoT sensors and 90 cameras positioned on each Sydney Waratah train, then using AI to deliver insights from the "trains with brains."
If you think that 5G is all about the speed, think again. Yes it will be fast, but speed is not the main game of 5G.
By the end of 2017 demand for mobile apps will grow at least five times faster than internal IT has capacity to deliver them, predicts Gartner. The need to manage these apps is driving interest in Mobile App Management (MAM) tools.
There has been a lot of hype around the Internet of Things being poised to change the world as we know it. But is it really a happening thing. And if so, what's taking so long?
In a relatively short number of years, the smartphone has evolved to a point where many consumers think it can't possibly improve much more.
Partners with Cisco to become an IoT testing ground
VoicePlus has project managed one of the largest Netcomm retail deployments in Australia, rolling out a WAN wireless store environment to 900+ Speciality Fashion Group stores in the first months of 2016.