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  • Businesses expect Industrial IoT to boost revenues by $154 million – Inmarsat

    Research from global satellite communications services provider Inmarsat reveals the rapid ascendency of the industrial IoT (IIoT), along with its capacity to boost revenues and the obstacles that exist to greater adoption.

    Overall, businesses expect the IIoT to boost revenues by a total... Read more

  • IoT worldwide spending to hit $1.2 trillion by 2022, says IDC

    IoT worldwide spending to hit $1.2 trillion by 2022, says IDC

    Global spending on the Internet of Things (IoT) is set to hit $1.2 trillion by 2022, according to the latest report from IDC.

    The findings, which appear in the analyst firm’s latest Worldwide Semiannual Internet of Things Spending Guide, argues the IoT technology market offers business... Read more

  • The Most Important Benefits and Challenges of Industrial IoT

    The Most Important Benefits and Challenges of Industrial IoT

    By 2025, the global industrial IoT market is expected to reach 933.62 billion dollars. The scope of cloud applications and scalability are two of the factors that will drive the additional growth across all industries within it.

    The sectors that benefit from industrial IoT solutions the... Read more

  •  Internet of Things will change lives but govts need to address these challenges first

    Internet of Things will change lives but govts need to address these challenges first

    The govts will have to rethink and realign their policies to ensure they are in sync with the rapidly changing environment. They need to think about the security aspects of the IOT even if they don't have plans as of now to link everything to internet.... Read more

  • Insurance and the Consumer IoT

    Smart home and consumer Internet of Things solutions promise significant opportunities for the insurance industry in terms of reducing costs, alleviating risks, deepening customer engagement, and creating new services and revenue streams. There are many barriers ahead to overcome, but given the... Read more

  • IoT and 5G: New Revenues, Use Cases, Value-added Services

    The 5G standards target billions of new devices that will connect to operators' networks over the next decade and beyond. Each device type serves a use case that can be high-volume with low throughput requirements, or low-volume but high-value from a customer's point of view. The list of use... Read more

  • LEDs Are Illuminating the Way for the Internet of Things

    Enabled by networked, sensor-laden LED bulbs, today’s lighting systems no longer just illuminate a dark room or a street, but watch over you and make decisions on your behalf. They could help you decide what to make for dinner and help you navigate a grocery store to find recipe ingredients.... Read more

  • Smart city grid developments mean energy savings

    The development of smart grids linked to smart cities will result in global citizens saving $14 billion per annum in energy bills by 2022. This is according to a recently released Juniper Research, Smart Cities: Strategies & Forecasts in Energy, Transport & Lighting 2017-2022, which was... Read more

  • Internet of Things in Space science

    Industry is taking a serious look at the Internet of Things. After all, the sensors, networks, databases and data analysis software needed for Internet of Things applications are already deployed in many industrial sectors... Read more

  • Harnessing the Internet of Things

    Harnessing the Internet of Things and a Smart Environment in Africa

    Author: Oluwatobi Oyinlola

    It is germane to understand that IoT needs an enabling environment to function right. Often, I’ve had to ask myself this; how long will rural areas and under-developed communities suffer the stress of having to do things manually, when the same... Read more

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