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4 Game-Changing Smart Home Support Trends @VeegoSmartHome


Technology is moving very fast. A lot new innovative startups are emerging with great ideas and breakthroughs. One such company that I recently came across is Veego ( This company is doing something fabulous and exclusive kind of work. It develops software that helps in detecting and resolving malfunctions in IoT devices.

Industrial game changer: how the IoT is rewriting the rules of maintenance


Manufacturing, the industry which makes everything, is itself being remade. As industrial applications of the Internet of Things (IoT) add both continuous connectivity and precise monitoring to more and more machines, data is transforming the way we operate and maintain them. Maintenance is an unsung hero. From printers to power plants, all the amenities of our modern life require machines, and those machines in turn require some TLC.

Key IoT Trends Observed in 2018


Gartner predicted 8.4 billion connected "things" across industries and verticals back at the beginning of 2017. Today, Statista more than doubles that number and registers as many as 20 billion IoT devices around the world. These numbers only confirm that the Internet of Things (IoT) remains one of the biggest game-changers and trends in 2018. In 2017, there was some significant news associated with IoT. Hundreds of startups that make IoT revolution possible receive billions of dollars in funding.

Veego Resolves Smart Home Malfunctions Autonomously: Interview with Amir Kotler, the CEO of Veego TechBullion


By 2030, more than 100 billion IoT smart devices, perhaps half of these in our homes, will support us in every aspect of our lives. In fact, the smart home industry is the only place you can find where people with no technical background or IT support can simply buy and install any device they like without direction. Who will support all this multi-billion-dollar activity? If only 1% of these devices suffer some sort of malfunction in a year, that would add up to one billion annual failures! These failures happen for so many reasons and service providers are mostly blind to them.

How 5G Will Empower a New Era of Manufacturing IoT For All


Manufacturing companies can feel product cycles tightening around them. In our fast-paced world, consumers are tossing out devices with rapid regularity, calling for the newest gadget, the hottest feature, the most instantaneous service. But how will manufacturing companies keep pace with this growing demand while continuing to produce increasingly complex goods? Smart Manufacturing, Industry 4.0, the Digital Enterprise, Factory of the Future or whatever you choose to call it, is revolutionizing the industry as we know it. Unlike the first industrial revolution of steam and iron (remember when hot water was a nifty tool?), this industrial revolution is splicing computing power and machine technologies to fuel a better, more efficient workplace that harnesses the abilities of modern informational, operational and communication technologies.