D-Link's Full HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (model DCS-8525LH) is the latest addition to the home networking company's growing stable of security cams. As we've come to expect from D-Link, this camera has a strong set of features, but is unfortunately hampered by an often overwhelming app experience. Design-wise, the DCS-8525LH is a clone of the DCS-5030L pan-and-tilt camera we evaluated a couple of years ago. And like that model, this one's bulky body and conspicuous antenna won't blend easily into your home unless your design scheme takes its cues from cold retro-future technology. For the most part, the specs also mirror that earlier pan-and-tilt model--a 114-degree field of view, 16-feet of night vision, 340 degrees of pan and 120 degrees of tilt, motion an audio detection--though the resolution takes a leap forward, maxing out at 1080p.
The Internet of things (IoT) is growing rapidly and 2018 will be a fascinating year for the IoT industry. IoT technology continues to evolve at an incredibly rapid pace. Consumers and businesses alike are anticipating the next big innovation. They are all set to embrace the ground-breaking impact of the Internet of Things on our lives like ATMs that report crimes around them, forks that tell you if you are eating fast, or IP address for each organ of your body for doctors to connect and check. Digitally connected devices are fast becoming an essential part of our everyday lives.
Tuesday, February 28th, 2017 was one of the special days in my life which I will always cherish. I had the privilege of a plant tour and experience behind the scenes of automobile manufacturing processes. The experience is indescribable, and my excitement knew no bounds in witnessing the making of my'Dream Car' at their corporate headquarters, home of BMW in Munich. BMW (Bayerische Motoren Werke) was founded by Franz Josef Popp in 1916 as an aircraft engine company which eventually evolved to motorcycles to car manufacturers in the Bavaria region. In 2016 BMW marked its Centenary celebrations with a vision to reshape the automobile revolution in its next 100 years of journey in the digital transformation of the manufacturing Industry 4.0 According to IDC "Smart Manufacturing" will generate $371 billion in net global value over the next four years: 1) creating value from data and 2) streamlining design processes, factory operations, and supply chain risks.
Microsoft's new Azure edge computing offerings are helping customers extend the reach of its cloud-based machine learning services, according to Clayton Fernandez, the company's global director, Internet of Things. In June this year, Azure IoT Edge hit general availability, offering customers of Microsoft's cloud service new capabilities including support for the Moby container management system at the edge, the Azure IoT Edge security manager, an Automatic Device Management (ADM) service, and a range of tools for developers. Coinciding with the announcement that it had been GAed, Microsoft open sourced the IoT Edge code and posted it on GitHub. "We started with putting a PC on everyone's desk," Fernandez told Computerworld. "Next came everyone having smartphones in their pockets -- but now things are going to start getting really interesting with this whole universe of interconnected devices that are coming together in the intelligent cloud.
AT&T sent its asset tracking technology skyward, teaming with UK-based packaging company Softbox Systems to demonstrate how the IoT and drones can be used to transport temperature-sensitive medical supplies. In a trial conducted in Puerto Rico, an LTE-connected drone was used to transport Skypod, a thermal-insulated packaging set-up produced by Softbox Systems which includes a so-called smartbox running AT&T's IoT technology. AT&T said in a joint statement the IoT technology allowed the test team to track near real time temperature and location data on a web and mobile app dashboard. The monitoring system was designed to send alerts if the box's temperature shifted outside a certain range, or if the drone strayed outside of geofencing parameters. The operator said the smartbox also recorded light exposure data, which can be used to determine whether the box is open or closed, and can signal whether the package has been tampered with.
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is infusing with MESH technologies to breathe new life into the already multi-billion dollar Internet of Things (IoT) market. IoT has been one of the more prominent buzzwords in technology over the past several years, but it has been taken to new heights through AI and MESH technology, allowing interconnected devices to operate at a higher rate of efficiency and thus open the door to more consumers and businesses to leverage IoT platforms in their everyday lives. According to GrowthEnabler and Market & Markets Analysis, the IoT industry will experience a CAGR of 28.5% through 2020 on its way to nearly $460 billion in revenues. The biggest factor influencing growth will be increased adoption as it becomes increasingly apparent just how much it can transform everyday tasks and overall lifestyles Active tech companies in the markets this week include Gopher Protocol Inc. (OTC:GOPH), Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ:SPLK), NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA), Aptiv PLC (NYSE:APTV), International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM). Gopher Protocol Inc. (OTCQB:GOPH) BREAKING NEWS: Gopher Protocol, a company specializing in the creation of Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence enabled mobile technologies, is pleased to announce that it has assembled its MESH system hardware and communication product specifications as part of phase 2; MESH implementation phase.
NEW DELHI: The rate at which deployment of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology is increasing, it will be widely available to the masses in the next 10 years, says a new Gartner report. Movements and trends like Cloud computing, the "maker" community and open source will eventually propel AI into everyone's hands, said the report titled "Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2018" on Tuesday. Among other technologies that are gaining fast traction, the research found that Blockchain and Internet of Things (IoT) platforms will reach maturity in the next five to 10 years. "Business and technology leaders will continue to face rapidly accelerating technology innovation that will profoundly impact the way they engage with their workforce, collaborate with their partners, and create products and services for their customers," said Mike Walker, Research Vice President at Gartner. "CIOs and technology leaders should always be scanning the market along with assessing and piloting emerging technologies to identify new business opportunities with high impact potential and strategic relevance for their business," Walker said.
The Internet of Things is the network of smart devices like phones, computers, vehicles, home appliances, etc. which are embedded with sensors, software, actuators, and connectivity which makes communication possible between the devices. Communication between devices is in the form of exchange of data, or it can also be conversational. This helps in integrating our devices of daily use into the computer-based world so that we may control them through computers. It results in more efficient processes, reduced human intervention and economic benefits. IoT is a popular topic these days.
What is the Internet of Things? The Internet of Things, or IoT, refers to the billions of physical devices around the world that are now connected to the internet, collecting and sharing data. Thanks to cheap processors and wireless networks, it's possible to turn anything, from a pill to an aeroplane, into part of the IoT. This adds a level of digital intelligence to devices that would be otherwise dumb, enabling them to communicate without a human being involved, and merging the digital and physical worlds. What is an example of an Internet of Things device? Pretty much any physical object can be transformed into an IoT device if it can be connected to the internet and controlled that way.