New Podcast: What’s Ahead for IoT in 2022? The end of the year signals the time for looking back to better predict what transformational technologies will have the biggest impact in the new year. To learn what’s happening with the big three: IoT, AI, and edge computing, we talked with an expert in IoT solution design and partnerships, Intel’s Mike Trojecki. Find out what he says will be in the IoT hot zone in 2022.
Low Power WAN Yields High Energy Monitoring Solution Data aggregation and low-power networks enable energy companies to roll out Internet of Things-enabled devices that bring visibility into their operations. With a focus on optimization and predictive maintenance, these technologies and the emerging LoRaWAN standard can protect their investments.
Using IoT to Identify Malfunctioning Commercial Refrigerators Climate change mandates are impacting supermarkets, which maintain large, often inefficient, refrigeration systems. Luckily, advanced sensor technologies are making it easier to identify leaks and track temperatures, making markets more sustainable.
ASUS Keeps an AI on Quality Control in Smart Manufacturing Automating quality control on production lines improves defect detection and ensures continuous operations. A customized automated optical defect detector leads one hardware vendor to build a software development kit to help system integrators improve their clients’ manufacturing processes.
Watch our On-demand Webinar: Powering the Smart Stores and QSRs of the Future The demand for smart connected technology in retail and quick serve restaurants (QSRs) is heating up fast. Retail stores and QSRs are looking for agile digital technologies that can add operational efficiencies, lower costs, and create omnichannel engagement with customers. Watch this webinar to learn how smart technologies such as IoT, edge computing, and AI are transforming retail.
ASU Brings IoT to Sun Devil Stadium FTW Innovative uses of IoT make life on campus easier for Arizona State University students. The real fun happens at the stadium, where technology tackles entertainment and efficiency. Here’s a look at some of ASU’s IoT-powered projects.
Commercial Kitchens Tap IoT to Accurately Monitor Food Metrics More than one-third of all food winds up in the trash, which wastes money and saps resources. Artificial intelligence and machine learning are helping commercial kitchens reduce waste from overproduction and get it in the mouths of people who can eat it.
New Podcast: A Simpler, More Secure Path to IoT Onboarding While many companies have worked to automate IoT onboarding, until recently there hasn’t been an accepted industry standard. Existing solutions require that the end customer be known at the time of device manufacture, so the device can be pre-configured—which results in unnecessary costs. In our podcast, IoT Solution Integrator editors sat down with Intel’s Richard Kerslake to talk about the new IoT standard that could change that process and ease device onboarding.
On-Demand Webinar: How to Deploy IoT Intelligence that Spans Edge to Cloud Your IoT devices are running and have a lot to tell you. But are you listening? From repeatable factory automation platforms to resilient restaurants and retail stores to intelligence workplaces, see how to generate real value with AI and IoT edge technology.
IoT Reduces Food Loss Through a Smarter Supply Chain Internet of Things technologies are emerging to combat unnecessary food waste. 3D-printed shipping crates, smart packaging labels, and mobile apps are providing timely information to suppliers and consumers with the end goal of reducing food waste and conserving our natural resources.
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