Sensors in the water industry: The next step to IoT cities

Posted by: Anasia D'mello ensors in the water and wastewater treatment industries are an emerging technology market area, forecast to...

Pollutant monitoring: example of an IoT partnership

Monday 15th of June 2020 Through its Datavenue Ready label, Orange offers dedicated support to players in the Internet...

Connected or even self-driving: The future of cars with 5G

Monday 8th of June 2020 Developing connected (and eventually autonomous) vehicles requires the implementation of Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communication. This...

Extend the life of IoT devices thanks to smartphones

Connected objects are increasingly part of our lives and it is now possible to make almost any item that was previously silent,...

5G networking infrastructure spend to double in 2020 — Gartner

Gartner says that worldwide 5G networking infrastructure spend will almost double in 2020, with 5G investments set to reach 21.3% of total...

IoT Applications in Construction

The construction industry is bringing real-time information into processes that are centuries old. Internet of Things (IoT) devices and sensors are collecting...

How Can We Ease Education with the Internet of Things?

Online curriculums and e-learning have already been popular and leading the change in the education sector in many parts of the globe....

Telemedicine is the New Normal. But Can it Survive After COVID?

The house call of the 21st century is finally here. By DOUG DAIS Technological advancements have a...

IoT In The Midst Of The Social Distancing Era

by Melissa Crooks With the world is still healing from the effects of the pandemic, organizational leaders are looking...

Leveraging IoT Technology for Good

Global businesses and communities have consistently turned to the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to increase efficiencies and deliver better services. Research supports this...

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