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Powering Predictive Maintenance from IEEE Innovation at Work

Powering Predictive Maintenance

Predictive maintenance is one of the most compelling use cases for the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). In fact, according to IBM, predictive maintenance can prevent up to 70% of equipment breakdowns, and reduce downtime by as much as 50%. In the IEEE Technology Report on Wake-Up Radio (IEEE, 2017), this use case is highlighted […]

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IEEE Wake-Up Radio Report will be released on 1 November, 2017

IEEE Wake-Up Radio Report: Order Your Copy Now

On 1 November, 2017, IEEE releases the IEEE Technology Report on Wake-Up Radio. There has been an unprecedented amount of interest in this report, primarily because it solves a very real problem facing the Internet of Things: conserving battery life while maintaining high performance in Internet of Things devices over wireless networks. Technology companies and […]

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Should the government regulate IoT devices?

Should the Government Regulate IoT Devices?

As security concerns rise about Internet of Things (IoT) devices, so does the debate about the necessity of government regulations. Should the government regulate IoT? Many Internet of Things devices on the market today have little to no security built in, which can compromise the privacy and even personal security of consumers. Many consumers today […]

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IoT Job Market

Hot Jobs in the Growing IoT Job Market

As the Internet of Things (IoT) market continues to grow, so does the IoT job market demand for highly skilled engineers and other technical professionals that can develop and support the billions of devices predicted by 2020. Lack of Skills for IoT Job Market Unfortunately, however, Immersat Research Programme research shows that 47% of organizations […]

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Make IoT Batteries Last Longer: IEEE Wake-Up Radio Infographic: Significantly Improve Battery Life

How to Make IoT Batteries Last Longer

Analyst firm Gartner predicts that there will be 8.4 billion connected “things” in 2017, which will then expand to 20.4 billion Internet of Things (IOT) devices by 2020. That number is staggering. And it is reasonable to expect that a great many of these devices will run on batteries. Yet battery life can be limited. […]

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Four Internet of Things Companies to Watch

As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grow and pervade many areas of daily life, several companies have been quick to pursue this lucrative opportunity. According to Business Insider, below are four companies making notable, innovative contributions to the IoT field that will be worth watching in the days to come. Honeywell: With a focus on integrating digital technologies into manufacturing, […]

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