Internet of Things Articles
Internet of Things (IoT) solves the critical problems of many sectors, from production to health, from transportation to logistics. However, the increasing security risks for IoT networks require caution when taking advantage of connected devices. Interconnected IoT objects are not the same devices, objects, or services. Each object has a
Nanomachines, also known as molecular machines or nanites, are molecular robots not larger than a strand of human hair. They can be programmed to carry out tasks in biological systems. Biologists frequently use these molecular machines to perform DNA replication and ATP synthesis tasks. Nanorobotics is one of the most
Foot traffic is one of the most helpful types of data for brick-and-mortar businesses to collect. Tracking how many people enter, where they go and when they leave helps understand customer behavior, assess performance, and optimize store layouts. Businesses today have a wide array of technologies to choose from to
According to IDC, IoT data is forecasted to reach 73 zettabytes by 2025, while a recent study by Deloitte estimates that 40% of IoT devices will be capable of sharing location in 2025, up from 10% in 2020. This means time and space data is the fastest-growing big data category
The Internet of Things (IoT) is seemingly everywhere these days. You can find IoT devices in connected utility systems, appliances, sensors, security systems, cameras, wearable health devices, and pretty much everything else you can think of. This is just the start of what’s to come, with the IoT market on
Smart home devices are used to monitor or control the environment in our homes. These marvels of technology make life easier by handling changes in temperature, lighting, entertainment systems, and other appliances. But while they’re the height of convenience, we can’t ignore the security nightmare being created by their use.