Posts Tagged 'IoT'
When we consider the future possibilities of IoT, it’s easy to lose focus of what’s truly important. So what IS important? For some, it may be to focus on critical infrastructure and the economic gains that come along with unlocking the power of assets that were once intentionally excluded from enterprise networks and cloud computing. […]
Wouldn’t it be fantastic if your refrigerator could inform you when it was out of milk, or vegetables? And wouldn’t it be even more convenient if your fridge could communicate these things to you across town—through a text message? It may seem like some kind of science fiction, but with the Internet-of-Things (IoT)—the connection of […]
Did you know that worldwide, 1% of all luggage was mishandled last year—a percentage that may seem small, but actually amounts to an astounding 25.8 million bags (costing airlines $2.6 billion dollars, and passengers some serious grievance)? Thankfully, the days of paper baggage claim checks and missing bags may be long gone. One technology company […]
Deals abound on gadgets and gizmos in the wintry weeks before Christmas, but could that shiny new toy on your loved one’s wish list put the whole family’s security at risk? Smart TVs will undoubtedly be one of the more hot ticket items this season, but a recently discovered security vulnerability in the LG Smart […]
This is a follow-up discussion from my IoT blog entry on data quality on the Internet and ultimately in the Internet of Things (IoT). In the last post, we pointed out that in the increasingly automated IoT, people often don’t know where their decision-support data has come from? And what if it did not have […]