Author: Sarah McMillian, Product Outreach
I recently had the opportunity to spend time with government leaders at the Smart and Secure Communities Challenge Expo from the National Institute of Standards of Technology (NIST). Here’s what I learned about some of the attendees current smart city projects and what they’re hoping to implement next.
I Spent 3 Days with Leaders in Smart Cities. Here’s What I Learned.
Are smart hygiene products worth buying? We look at the past, present, and future of smart toothbrushes, facial cleansers, and hair products to find out.
IoT Gets Personal: Are Smart Products Changing our Morning Routines?
What does it mean to build inclusive cities? We’ve researched examples of how new technologies are making cities more livable for everyone.
5 Lessons in Building Smart, Inclusive Cities
Historic buildings are in a constant battle against the elements. So how can we think creatively about using IoT technologies to help them stand the test of time?
Who’s Monitoring Our Heritage? Preserving Historic Buildings with the IoT
Going from an idea for a smart, connected product to commercialization can be a long and difficult journey. We spoke with 5 hardware experts on exactly how they did it, and what advice they have for building and designing a connected product the right way.
How to Build and Design Smart, Connected Products (the Right Way)
Wireless sensors offer a better alternative to time-consuming and error-prone manual data collection. Here, we’ll go over what you need to know about industrial grade wireless sensors and review how one company saved 71% annually by implementing a wireless sensor system.
The Power of Wireless Sensors: What You Need to Know to Save Time & Money
There’s a large variety of sensing devices can be used to monitor equipment. Selecting the right device to meet performance and cost constraints requires understanding the operating environment as a whole.
7 Questions To Ask When Building a System for Condition Monitoring
Creating a secure IoT system goes beyond having a secure software platform. One of the most critical and overlooked challenges is creating a culture of cybersecurity within an organization.
The Case for Creating a Culture of Cybersecurity