Augmented reality poised for the IoT mainstream

The two top dog SDK companies for augmented reality (AR) have both been purchased this year, writes Matthew Duke-Wooley, a market analyst at Beecham Research. (more…)

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October 19, 2015

Posted by: Matthew Duke-Woolley

OMG – What’s that and what does it have to do with IoT?

The Object Management Group (OMG) is a non-profit technology standards organisation. Located just inside what was once called America’s Technology Highway – Route 128, which traverses the greater Boston, MA, metropolitan area, OMG was founded in 1989 by eleven companies that included tech heavyweights of the day. (more…)

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October 13, 2015

Posted by: Bill Ingle

Claire Duke-Woolley

Wearable tech or fashion tech – a good question

Lets face it. Right down to the terminology you use, navigating the wearables space is challenging. (more…)

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October 6, 2015

Posted by: Claire Duke-Woolley

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Qualcomm Life acquires Capsule to build the Internet of Medical Things

By Saverio Romeo, the principal analyst at Beecham Research

The healthcare sector has been an attractive sector for some time for the technology industry. We had the era of the e-health, followed by the subsequent period of the mobile health, and as the Internet of Things evolves into this transformative – almost revolutionary – vision for economies and societies, a growing view on the Internet of Things in healthcare is inevitable. (more…)

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September 25, 2015

Posted by: Saverio Romeo

Robin Duke-Woolley

The term “M2M” will soon disappear, but so will “IoT”

I have been attending CTIA shows with an M2M perspective in mind since 2004. (more…)

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September 21, 2015

Posted by: IoT global network

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The Convergence of Robotics and the Internet of Things

There is an embedded science-fictional meaning in the term “robotics”. It recalls Isaac Asimov and his three laws of robotics. Our imagination goes to Terminator, Robocop, and other Hollywoodian imaginative vision of the future of machines and humankind. (more…)

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September 14, 2015

Posted by: Saverio Romeo

David Parker

IoT and the Multi-Billionaires

The Internet of Things is an interesting business, though the terminology can be confusing even for those of us working in it. (more…)

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September 7, 2015

Posted by: IoT global network

Robin Duke-Woolley

Does M2M Really Need an Embedded SIM Standard?

The mobile market has been using the removable SIM card since 1991, where it is mandatory for GSM devices. These are ideal for mobile handsets, which are typically bought through specialist retail outlets that set up the handset onto the network chosen by the user. (more…)

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July 2, 2015

Posted by: IoT global network

Robin Duke-Woolley

What do M2M Users Really Want? – IMC Survey

We have been working with the IMC – International M2M Council – on a large survey of adopter members which has just been published. The findings from this are revealing and help to confirm important trends going on in the M2M market that we have also measured elsewhere in other research activities and survey work. (more…)

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Posted by: IoT global network

Robin Duke-Woolley

IoT Security: Are We Ready for Billions of Connected Devices?

There is a lot of focus on IoT security right now and many claims of complete end-to-end solutions. In general, though, these solutions are essentially unique to each individual supplier and often built with relatively small numbers of connected devices in mind – perhaps a few tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands at most for a single enterprise user. (more…)

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September 5, 2014

Posted by: IoT global network