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Achieving Digital Transformations with IoT and Big Data

Digital transformation is simply defined as making use of technology for undergoing radical changes to improve business performance. Digital transformation includes changing a whole scale of foundational components of a business ranging from its operating model to its infrastructure.

Automated billing with IoT enabled shopping carts

Advancements in wireless communication are revolutionizing the field of technology, giving rise to new opportunities and creating new fields. One such field is that of Wireless Sensor Networks. Small, cost-effective, power efficient sensor nodes are the building blocks of these wireless networks.

Introduce Big Data in Your Enterprise

Our world is generating terabytes and petabytes of data every day. Data is being generated from every possible direction, from the web and mobile media; from transactional to operational systems; from outbound and inbound customer contact points. We are undoubtedly awash in a flood of data today.

Drone development using the IOT

Drones are being used by the military for observatory purposes for more than a two decades now. Air warfare is more than a hundred years old, first used by the Italians for invading Libya in 1911. The development of drones was in the works even then. Even with the advantages of aerial power, humans still needed to strap themselves into the devices and fly them. This limited their functionality and risks that could be taken in a war zone.

Implementing IoT in modern supply chain

Until recently, the Internet was composed entirely of computers connected to one another over the network. Today this is no longer the case. We have now entered a unique period of connectivity in the life of the internet. We are calling this new phenomenon the Internet of Things (IoT).

Implementing IoT in your Manufacturing business

The essence of IoT is a web of interconnected devices that are constantly sharing data to improve the user experience. With more than 500 million devices on the web by 2016 already, IoT is rapidly amplifying its outreach. With sensors and actuators embedded in the physical devices and the Internet Protocol as the wireless network connecting them, IoT is all set to transform the physical world into a type of information system.

IoT: The Next Phase in the Evolution of the Internet

The Internet today has no longer remained just a global network for people to communicate with one another using computers. It has also become a platform for devices to communicate electronically with the world around them. Such kind of increased connectivity has resulted in a world that is alive with information as data flows from one device to another and is shared and reused for a number of purposes. This is called the Internet of Things (IoT).

Risks and regulations around currency settlement that need to be addressed

Trade is believed to have taken place throughout much of recorded human history. There is evidence of the exchange of obsidian and flint during the Stone Age. International trading too, boasts of a history that dates back to thousands of years. Historians believe that the first long-distance trade occurred between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley in Pakistan around 3000 BC.

The Mantra for a Successful IoT Project Implementation

Kevin Ashton, a British technology expert, was the first person to quote the term “Internet of Things” (IoT) in 1999. He described it as a system that connects objects in the physical to the internet by sensors. Ashton originally coined this term to illustrate the power of connecting Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tags that are used in corporate and retail supply chains to count and track goods without the need for human intervention.

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