Internet of things

How the Internet of Things is revolutionising business models

Thanks to IoT technologies (NFC, RFID, connected devices, Big Data), companies are benefiting from new sources of knowledge whilst consumers are enjoying new services. From smart cars to supply chain and smart lighting to agriculture, the ability to produce, collect and analyse data is turning traditional models upside down. Big data: your car could soon be a giant smartphone. Smart mobility is on the rise, and is designed to use Big Data to make driving safer and easier. For car manufacturers, making easier-to-use products and offering new mobile services to make life easier for end-users has become a strategic priority…...

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How the tech giants are investing in #IoT

SIdO, a major expo for the IoT industry, opened today in Lyon. Microsoft will be presenting its Azure IoT suite, which Econocom-Osiatis will be illustrating with testimonials and demonstrations. Here’s an overview of what the industry leaders have in store… At the CES in Las Vegas at the beginning of the year, some of the leading names in the digital industry including Intel, Samsung and Firefox, as well as some traditional companies such as the French post office unveiled their plans to integrate the IoT ecosystem (see on emedia: Tech giants all getting in on IoT). Most of the...

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The value of IoT resides in data

Companies from all industry sectors are increasingly investing in IoT, resulting in a better approach to business thanks to analytics, and improved competitiveness – and new opportunities and challenges for both Chief Data Officers and the business lines. According to a report on IoT by Verizon and ABI Research, there were 1.2 billion different devices connected to the Internet in 2014, and that the number is set to rise to 5.4 billion by 2020 for an annual growth rate of 28%. In terms of industries, manufacturing sector saw the fastest growth in adopting IoT devices last year, up more...

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Connected business: already a reality for big industry

Airbus, Ford and Legrand are perfecting their digital transformation by implementing the latest technologies, ranging from virtual reality headsets, exoskeletons and open source platforms to automated moving of parts in factories. Among the more cutting-edge industrial companies, Airbus and Airbus-Helicopters are regularly frequently mentioned for incorporating digital technology into the design, production and maintenance processes. The group has drawn up a list of the digital initiatives it plans to roll out by 2020, which cover the full spectrum of new technologies*. One of these is assembly line automation to detect anomalies, which has already been implemented. Among the other...

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Winegrowing and farming get smart

Sensors and Big Data are not restricted to smart cities and industry: from small vineyards to large-scale farms, IoT is now heading for the great outdoors… New technologies offer huge potential for improving agricultural production and a growing number of players are offering new solutions to optimise both the quality and quantity of farming operations. In the world of viticulture, for example, a number of digital technology initiatives are already proving popular, such as  Fruition Sciences: set up in 2009 in France and featuring a team of French and American scientists, the company offers French and Californian winegrowers data...

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