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How IoT is Revolutionizing the Insurance Sector: Use Cases and Benefits

IoT apps are linking the globe in ways it has never been connected before. The use of IoT apps has increased dramatically in the healthcare, insurance, and automobile industries. IoT apps' ability to detect, analyze, and assess real-time data via IoT sensors and devices is assisting the insurance industry tremendously in providing better insurance services, says Ashis Kumar Rout, Associate Principal Consultant, Cigniti Technologies.

Software Security in Embedded Systems and Internet of Things

Technology is booming now more than ever, and every day brings new products and functionality for every unimaginable task. It is not just about mobile apps and computers anymore; instead, it is all about embedded systems and Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices that have quickly become so commonplace in our day-to-day lives.

How IoT is Revolutionizing the Insurance Sector: Use Cases and Benefits

Traditional businesses are projected to be disrupted and revolutionized at an unprecedented rate as the Internet of Things (IoT) emerges. These new technologies have the potential to benefit the insurance business, which has been hesitant to adapt in the past. Before we get into how the Internet of Things will affect insurance, let’s define what we mean by “IoT” in this context.

Hitachi Vantara Launches Lumada Industrial DataOps for IIoT Scalability

Hitachi Vantara today announced the new Lumada Industrial DataOps portfolio with core IIoT platform framework capabilities. With this release, we are making it easier for organizations to take advantage of real-time insights and outcomes that can make critical operations more predictable and manageable. One of the highlights of this release is the introduction of IIoT Core software, which includes digital twins, ML (machine learning) service, and user interface components.

Accelerating Business Transformation with IoT Initiatives

While organizations seek to unleash an enigmatic customer experience, building consumer confidence around these applications and experience takes time and effort. Taking advantage of the billions of Internet of Things (IoT) endpoints in 2021 to accelerate their business transformation would need CIOs to rethink their digital strategies and priorities. Read this white paper to know how.

Hitachi Receives Double Recognition for IoT Leadership

More than a decade into the Internet of Things (IoT) era, the immense potential of IoT is becoming real. We’re moving from proof of concepts and pilots to projects at scale. What’s become increasingly clear is the vast complexity of deploying IoT solutions at scale and the necessity to do so to become a data-driven business.

Make an IoT wearable t-shirt that sparkles with data using MQTT and Ably

Make an internet connected t-shirt with LEDs that respond to realtime data In summary: We will make a wearable, flexible LED array which will change colour in realtime as users draw on an app. It uses the Ably MQTT broker and the Ably Javascript SDK along with addressible RGB LEDs and an Adafruit wifi enabled microprocessor. We change the colour of individual LEDs sewn on the t-shirt, by sending realtime updates data with Ably's messaging platform to an Arduino via MQTT.

Accelerating Digital Transformation with IoT

If your business is in the process of digital transformation, IoT technology may be factoring into your plans. IoT gives organizations across industries new opportunities to foster a more direct connection with customers. It lets them collect new data, turn that data into insights, and then turn insights into action. IoT has become so prevalent that companies in most industries can’t afford to put off adopting it.

Driving Digital Twin adoption with LC/NC App development for IoT

In the age of a new normal, remote monitoring and control have become a necessity across the enterprise. The prominence of IoT extends beyond its traditional purpose of sense and integration, evolving to complete end-to-end Enterprise Digital applications that represent physical assets, processes, and environment as a replica in a virtual representation.

Accelerating Insight and Uptime: Predictive Maintenance

Historically, maintenance has been driven by a preventative schedule. Today, preventative maintenance, where actions are performed regardless of actual condition, is giving way to Predictive, or Condition-Based, maintenance, where actions are based on actual, real-time insights into operating conditions. While both are far superior to traditional Corrective maintenance (action only after a piece of equipment fails), Predictive is by far the most effective.