Smart homes filled with connected products are intended to make our lives comfortable.
During the past few years, in the area of wireless communication and networking, a new standard named Internet of Things (IoT) has been gaining attention.
Internet of Things (IoT) has a large role to play in the future of smart cities. IoT can be used in practically all scenarios for public services by governments to make cities environment friendly.
Smartphones, smartwatches, smart cars and smart homes are on the rise, making the world around us unambiguous smart
IoT offers telecom providers an opportunity to not only play a larger role but to create new value
By 2030, 40% of India’s population will be living in urban areas and contributing 75% of GDP. An estimated 400 million people are expected to migrate to cities over this period. In fact, the great rural-to-urban migration has already begun.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a fast-emerging ecosystem of IP-connected devices with the potential to deliver significant business benefits…
We are entering into the age of the Internet of Things, where sensors, computers and devices are connected in a self-managing ecosystem. The concept of connected devices generally known as the Internet of Things is all set to explode and there will be a revolution in coming times. The goal is to achieve human-to-human, human-to-machine […]
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