Tag: IoT

Georgia Tech Internet of Things Research Center to Host International Conference on Sustainability

The Georgia Institute of Technology’s Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies (CDAIT) will host an international conference on the...

Is independent interconnectivity a thing?

The global population of connected things now exceeds the world’s human population. With an estimated 8.4 billion devices currently in use, the internet of...

Smart transformation triggers robust cycle of economic growth in cities

ESI ThoughtLab released key findings from a worldwide benchmarking study of 136 cities that found that smart city investments trigger a robust cycle of economic growth by unlocking savings and attracting businesses, residents, and talent.

Benchmarking study: Smart city investments trigger economic growth

ESI ThoughtLab released key findings from a worldwide benchmarking study of 136 cities that found that smart city investments trigger a robust cycle of economic growth by unlocking savings and attracting businesses, residents, and talent.

Construction site safety

Five reasons IoT wireless geotechnical monitoring is key to reducing safety risks. By Juan Perez Construction sites are dangerous places. With so much heavy machinery and...

Parsons survey reveals critical infrastructure cybersecurity gaps

Parsons released the findings of a survey of industrial control system (ICS) and operational technology (OT) engineers within U.S. critical infrastructure facilities that revealed an alarming lack of integration of OT and information technology (IT) professionals within the organizations and models for assuring resilience to cybersecurity attacks.

Using smart technology to build smart cities

With the immense expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT), smart cities have become more than just a concept. Technology is taking over the...

AT&T offers structure monitoring for railways and roadways

AT&T is testing a new structure monitoring solution that will help improve the safety of roadways and railways. This comes in addition to its smart cities work with several U.S. spotlight cities and its recently launched digital infrastructure solution.

Triax Technologies names 2018 as the ‘Year of Digital Disruption’ for the construction industry

Triax Technologies, Inc., a provider of technology for the connected jobsite, shared its predictions for the key trends that will shape the construction industry in 2018 and shatter its reputation as one of the least digitized industries.
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