Analysis

Analysis

Why voice is key to the future of the smart home

SharpEnd’s Cameron Worth looks at how voice activation will be the driving force as the Internet of Things (IoT) makes its way into the...

How could we be wrong about LPWA? A premortem for LPWA

IoB Insiders Head of Analysys Mason's Digital Economy research practice, Tom Rebbeck, imagines a dystopian future for LPWA networks as part of the process of...

Visa Europe: In Internet of Payments, convenience and security will rule

Internet of Business talks payments with Jonathan Vaux, executive director of engagement at the Visa Innovation Center London. In February this year, Visa announced the...

Frost & Sullivan highlights five IoT growth areas for 2017

It’s May already, and we’re already one-third of the way through 2017. At market research firm Frost & Sullivan, analysts are already thinking ahead...

How IoT and Big Data is driving intelligent insurance

Verizon’s Tony Judd says that the insurance industry has reached a critical turning point created by the convergence of new technologies, including IoT. He...

IoT in retail creates as many problems as possibilities

At yesterday's IoT Tech Expo in London Internet of Business heard a panel of retail and IoT experts explain the challenges created by a technology that has...

Building smart cities with IoT: SAP talks IoT rebrands, live projects...

Enterprise software giant SAP is one of the most recognized brands in the technology space, but it’s perhaps less well-known for its work in...

Three ways technology is revolutionising elderly care

Mitel’s Jim Davies believes IoT, VoIP and cloud technology hold the key to improving how we care for the elderly. The impact the world’s ageing...

IoT in medicine: 5 steps healthcare organisations must take

Cyient’s Bhoopathi Rapolu sees a positive future for IoT in medicine, but argues that healthcare companies need to take these steps to stay ahead. The...

How IoT and digital transformation open up new opportunities

 Siemens' Siegfried Russwurm argues the world has never been as networked as it is now thanks to IoT. Whether in gas turbines, trains, manufacturing facilities...

The Scottish IoT play: apps first, devices second

The IoT starts with connected devices, networked industrial sensors and the occasional Internet-enabled toaster, right? Software mobility specialist company Dogfi.sh Mobile asserts (from an arguably somewhat contrived...

Sharpened edge needed for IoT edge databases

As more IoT data is processed out on the edge of networks, on or near devices, the awareness that edge databases need to get...