The Internet of Things has been given the label of the next Industrial Revolution as it is going to bring about a staggering change to way in which people work, live, travel and entertain themselves.
The revolution has already started! Did you ever wonder what the Internet of Things will do next?
IBM and AT&T said they will combine their cloud and Internet of Things (IoT) platforms to make them interoperable and to provide developers with easier tools.
The partnership combines IBM’s Bluemix platform as a service with its Watson IoT platform with AT&T’s network and IoT offerings. The combined IoT suite will be hosted on IBM’s cloud.
Soon it will be time to say “goodbye” to my family’s VueZone video cameras.
Over the past three years, we have made quite an investment in NetGear’s VueZone technology: two hubs, eight regular and night-vision cameras, and even weatherproof outdoor housings.
Determined to find out why the New England’s tomatoes are comparatively tasteless, Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) started its Internet of Tomatoes project.
This precision agriculture experiment uses technologies such as micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and sensors to figure out whether environmental monitoring could improve flavor.