Apple, Google, Amazon and Samsung have all been working hard to create their own standard to control all the connected devices around your home. Mozilla just announced that anybody can now create an open gateway to control the internet of things. The organization also confirmed that it is still working on a set of frameworks and open standards so that we don’t end up with an internet of things controlled by big tech companies.
The last twelve months of Internet of Things (IoT) forecasts and market estimates reflect enterprises’ higher expectations for scale, scope and Return on Investment (ROI) from their IoT initiatives. Business benefits and outcomes are what drives the majority of organizations to experiment with IoT and invest in large-scale initiatives.
There is no question that the future is “The Internet of Things, IoT for Kids. While the concept may seem complex, the basics of IoT are pretty simple. Objects that we interact with everyday (including phones, watches, thermostats, speakers, lightbulbs, etc) are all connected to the internet.
Nexiot, which pioneered the development of smart sensors for non-powered assets in the supply chain, has launched an integration with a Blockchain type Distributed Ledger as part of its Digital Logistics Platform.
At one time trends such as big data, mobility and e-commerce were the topic du jour, but in the context of the internet of Things today they’re more like a side dish. As you read up on IoT, you’ll see references to mobility, big data, artificial intelligence and the blockchain. The Internet of Things has become the main course, and these technology sides are an excellent companion.
Silicon Labs has released two new Power over Ethernet (PoE) Powered Device (PD) families delivering best-in-class integration and efficiency for a wide range of Internet of Things (IoT) applications.