Now you can talk to your refrigerator, washing machine and dishwasher through your phone, but what's the value added?
For several years now, the advent of smart home devices have allowed you to turn on and off the house lights, change a room’s temperature settings and record your favorite TV shows or movies from your phone without even being home.
Working with IBM and Mueller Water Products to Improve Water Management in Atlanta, Los Angeles and Las Vegas
AT&T,* IBM and Mueller Water Products have developed a new solution to help cities save water. The solution uses Internet of Things (IoT) technology that can be installed quickly to help cities manage water and prevent leaks.
Hackathons, tech shops, makerspaces: These terms are increasingly prevalent in today's vernacular, and for good reason. They represent a burgeoning global movement with people of all ages developing, designing, and often marketing their creations. In the age of the maker, anyone can be an inventor. Their potential impact on the world is enormous.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has exploded in the past year, changing the face of many industries along the way. IoT may not be the first thing you think of when driving your car, eating fresh produce, or dining at a restaurant, but it is changing your experience with many everyday activities.
City of Buenos Aires, Argentina and the State University of New York (SUNY) Join Alliance
NEW YORK, NY, Nov 18, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Cisco and the New York Academy of Sciences have established The Global STEM Alliance to bring curriculum resources, inter-generational mentorship and access to cutting-edge science and technology research to students around the world. The country of Malaysia and The City of Barcelona were the first to join the Alliance in October at the Internet of Things (IoT) World Forum in Barcelona on October 29, 2013.