Analysis

Analysis

Analysis

Analysis

IoB Insiders: Risk, digital twins and insurance

IoB Insiders Could digital twins hold the key to insurance companies building a better picture of customer assets, asks Andy Yeoman, CEO of Concirrus? With the rise...

IoB Insiders: What can the iPhone teach us about IoT edge...

IoB Insiders Rob Bamforth of research company Quocirca looks back on (almost) ten years of the iPhone and asks: are enterprises are ready to...

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...

MWC 2017: Prime time beckons for the IoT

Our round-up of the IoT highlights at this week's Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 in Barcelona. Trudging the halls of Mobile World Congress can be...

Could IoT put an end to the supply chain blame game?

Supply chain: Who's at fault when manufacturing production plans are scuppered by raw-material delays - and could IoT help? Where along the supply chain does...

KMC Controls creates smart building apps with Kony development platform

Last month, US-based building automation provider KMC Controls announced it is using enterprise mobility company Kony's platform to develop applications that will make buildings smarter....

NXP: How chips work in the IoT

Companies that focus on making the internal components underpinning the IoT sometimes fail to grab as many headlines as the usual suspects. Let’s not forget, embedded computing was...

IoB Insiders: Shared spectrum – the age of exclusivity is over

IoB Insiders Adam Leach, director of R&D at domain registry Nominet, addresses how increasing IP traffic from Internet of Things (IoT) devices will affect the current spectrum...

What data does a ‘digital twin’ run on?

So-called 'digital twins' have been hailed as one of the top Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to track in 2017. They're software-based 'representations' of physical...

IoB Insiders: Planning for the IoT

IoB Insiders Organizations must think ahead, to ensure that an influx of new, connected devices doesn’t disrupt the networks and systems in which they’ve already...

Oracle & Wind River: fixing pumps, performance bumps & diagnostic lumps

Database giant Oracle joined embedded software delivery specialist Wind River to present a session at Internet of Manufacturing 2017, held in Munich this February by Internet...

IoB Insiders: What jobs do we want IoT to do?

IoB Insiders Tom Rebbeck, an analyst with Analysys Mason, tests current consumer Internet of Things (IoT) technologies against the theory of 'jobs to be done', to highlight...