IoT Applications in the Oil and Gas Industry

The post IoT Applications in the Oil and Gas Industry appeared first on IoT For All Almost every article written about the Oil and Gas (O&G) industry claims we may not see $100-per barrel oil for years, if at all. Combine this uncertainty in price with downstream O&G companies (those who process, sell, and distribute … Continue reading “IoT Applications in the Oil and Gas Industry”

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IoT Applications in the Fire Safety Industry

The post IoT Applications in the Fire Safety Industry appeared first on IoT For All The automatic fire sprinkler has remained fundamentally unchanged since Frederick Grinnell invented the first practical sprinkler in 1882. In 1890, he invented the glass disc sprinkler, which is effectively the design we know and use today. However, the lack of … Continue reading “IoT Applications in the Fire Safety Industry”

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4 Reasons to Outsource R&D for Your IoT Project

The post 4 Reasons to Outsource R&D for Your IoT Project appeared first on IoT For All R&D is an essential part of bringing about that all-important innovation to your company via IoT projects. And though we can all agree how important R&D is, it requires a great deal of experience, senior experts, and specific … Continue reading “4 Reasons to Outsource R&D for Your IoT Project”

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How to Make Friends with Robots and Become a Superhero

The post How to Make Friends with Robots and Become a Superhero appeared first on IoT For All There’s a constant a stream of headlines repeating how machines are getting smarter every day. But there’s a human element here too. So many stories emphasize the “digital” and miss the real transformation that’s taking place. Here’s … Continue reading “How to Make Friends with Robots and Become a Superhero”

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Smart Home Interoperability: A Fragmented Landscape

The post Smart Home Interoperability: A Fragmented Landscape appeared first on IoT For All The smart home is broken. OK, maybe not shattered beyond repair, but the fragmented state of the connected home market is certainly creating challenges (and opportunities) for all involved—consumers, product manufacturers, and service providers. For the average consumer, useful interoperability that … Continue reading “Smart Home Interoperability: A Fragmented Landscape”

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Where IoT Meets The Environment: Building a Greener Future

The post Where IoT Meets The Environment: Building a Greener Future appeared first on IoT For All From networks of useful embedded sensors to AI decision-making frameworks, the impact of IoT has already begun to change both our environment and the ways in which we live within it. Environmental concerns are playing an increasingly significant … Continue reading “Where IoT Meets The Environment: Building a Greener Future”

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