Some smart cities see blockchains as a potential avenue toward empowering and connecting citizens and communities in some surprising ways.
If the current rate of progress on drone delivery services continues, a lot of things could soon be buzzing around over our heads in cities and rural areas.
If you think the street trash cans can’t be further improved, you just haven’t been introduced to the surprisingly large world of the Internet of Trash.
Streetlights play an important part in a smart city, as hundreds of millions of poles worldwide are being retooled to act as IoT data collection points.
Experiments run by Siemens have been successfully putting charging cables above highways so that trucks can connect and charge while they drive. Will we find this implement worldwide soon?
Find out what kind of technology is being incubated in our prisons and how the Internet of Prisons might affect the broader IoT ecosystem.
The world around us is alive with energy – the question is how can we harness it? Can we power our IoT devices with just energy around us? Let’s find out.
Everything you own is gradually being put online, solving problems you didn’t know you had and making your life just that much weirder.
The emergence of blockchain makes it a perfect match for IoT products and solutions. Here are some of the ways that blockchains are changing IoT for the better.
What if every electronic device could be charged using something like Wi-Fi? The rise of low-powered IoT devices can now shoot electricity through the air.
Future IoT development will be oriented towards using powerful new processors to do AI computing at the device level, which makes it a lot more powerful.
While Blockchain is still in its early stages, combined with IoT, it’s gearing up to be one of the most disruptive technologies in recent history.
App-based class management systems and cloud-based learning tools are becoming more common in schools, and other IoT innovations are about to take place in the education sector.
Many people might think smart glasses are dying, but the fact that companies have been rolling out their own smart glasses show they’re growing.
Smart cities aren’t all about flying cars and robotic sidewalk cleaners. They’re more mundane than that: improving traffic flows and reducing energy waste are just a few of the priorities driving the modern idea of a smart city.
The trick to keeping wireless devices running for years depends on a combination of low-powered IoT sensors and the right networking technologies.
As VR and AR becoming more popular, there could be some very real risks to security and privacy, even crossing the border into the physical world.
Dozens of companies are developing some form of flying car technology, and many prototypes have already been successfully test-flown.