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The Internet of Everything was listed as one of the top trends of 2015 by Gartner .The term Internet of Everything (IoE) is a fairly new term , and there is a confusion about the difference between the Internet of Everything (IoE) and the Internet of Things (IoT) , to clarify that, let’s start with definitions , applications and explore the future of this new...

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IoT expert Ahmed Banafa analyzes the last mile of the Internet of Things   The possibilities that IoT brings to the table are endless. IoT continues its run as one of the most popular technology buzzwords of the year, and now the new phase of IoT is pushing everyone to ask hard questions about the data collected by all devices and sensors of IoT. IoT will produce a...

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A mesh network may be the answer to connecting the Internet of Things without needed the internet itself or access to the cloud Everything we use on a daily basis is increasingly becoming connected. We already see it with our cars, thermostats, wearable devices, and appliances. However, these devices often require direct connections to the Internet to operate which means slower connections, a lack of privacy,...

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The Internet of Things (IoT) Revolution is picking up speed and it will change how we live, work, and entertain ourselves in a million ways big and small. From agriculture to defense, retail to healthcare, everything is going to be impacted by the growing ability of businesses, governments, and consumers to connect to and control their environments: “Smart mirrors” will allow consumers to try on clothes...

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Wireless beacon firm Netclearance has announced an Internet of Things (IoT) sensor the size of a penny that comes with five embedded sensors. Named the mBeaconSense sensor, it can measure acceleration, light, magnetic force, temperature, and vibration. The sensor also has a clock, an RFID tag, and a coin battery that lasts for several years. See Also: London startup SAM Labs wants everyone to try out IoT Netclearance says...

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A network of wireless sensor nodes called GreenNet proposes to reduce IoT energy footprint. Energy efficiency has long been touted as one of the benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT). Thanks to greater connectivity between devices, data analytics can lead to less waste and equipment can power down when it’s not needed. But what if the actual infrastructure that makes up the IoT—the “Internet” rather...

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The last 2 years have seen quite a lot of Internet of Things product launches. Most of these have broken new ground and provided unheard of capabilities to the man-on-the-street.   We have seen home defenses go up to unseen heights through the use of Home monitoring systems. These systems have the capability to remotely control doors, cameras and even automate notifying police based on internal intelligence....

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  The Internet of Things (IoT) is a key technology that will provide the data that will fuel the cognitive business era. Cognitive systems will ingest all the IoT data and use it to infuse intelligence into systems and processes. As a result, businesses will become more efficient, improve overall customer experience, discover new business opportunities and better anticipate risks and threats. 1) IoT systems are moving beyond...

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Uber riders and drivers sometimes have difficulty finding each other, especially when it’s crowded or dark outside. Uber is testing a new solution in Seattle. The technology, called SPOT, allows riders and drivers to connect through the use of color. HOW IT WORKS Seattle partners with SPOT devices that are attached to their car windshields. When a rider requests a trip and is matched with a SPOT-enabled...

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