Testing IoT devices

Testing IoT Devices

Over-the-Air (OTA) tests evaluate wireless devices’ reliability, performance, and safety. It’s required for CTIA certification. Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) testing measures RF exposure on human dummies to ensure that mobile devices don’t cause damage. As more and more connected devices enter everyday life, ensuring the quality and safety of IoT…
IoT Device Management

IoT Device Management

IoT Device management refers to all of the tools, capabilities and processes necessary to support IoT solutions effectively at scale. Included are processes like quickly and securely onboarding new devices, automatically identifying device issues, etc. This new series argues that we need new and better contextually-based device management solutions as…
Narrowband IoT

Narrowband IoT

With billions of devices to come online in the near future, we’ll need wireless networks that can support them. Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) is the solution. Experts predict there will be more than 75 billion devices connecting to the Internet of Things (IoT) by 2025. The volume of connected devices will…
What is TensorFlow And How Is It Used For Machine Learning

What is TensorFlow And How Is It Used For Machine Learning

Python is traditionally very popular among developers for web development, scripting, process automation, and general applications. Yet, in recent times, Python programming language has become the go-to language for Machine Learning. Python language has several libraries for Machine learning and Deep learning development. Many of which have become very popular. But…
IoT for Smart Home

IoT for Smart Home

IoT or Internet of Things refers to the devices connected to the internet. They communicate to or from via the internet. This article gives brief note on IoT for Smart Home. These devices could include: Sensors – including but not limited to sensors for safety monitoring, health monitoring, equipment monitoring Actuators-…
Low-power GPS for IoT

Low-power GPS for IoT

The Internet of Things (IoT) continues its rapid roll-out across much of the globe. Geolocation and indoor positioning have become among the IoT’s most-used features. NextWave demos low-power GPS for IoT at Mobile World Congress. Forecast says that by 2020, 5 billion devices will rely on geodata to support a…
Tips for developing IoT car apps

Tips on developing IoT car apps

The predictions voiced by BI Intelligence make it pretty clear: the Internet of Things will take off really soon. In an attempt to stay ahead of the curve, businesses across a number of domains are already investing heavily in IoT initiatives. It is no doubt that the automotive industry is also part…
top 5 IoT Automotive Apps

Top 5 IoT Automotive Apps

According to the research conducted by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, Americans spend an average of 293 hours annually driving their cars. Over 86% of US households currently own at least one car per driver (28% report having more cars than drivers). That makes the automotive industry a lucrative market…
Benefits of AI in healthcare

Benefits of AI in healthcare

Artificial intelligence is ruling the market by introducing services that will change both the customer experience and the way we look at customers. The healthcare industry consists of medical instrument manufacturers, government and private sector hospitals, clinics, pathology labs etc. And includes diagnosis, medical care, illness prevention, and wellness. The…
How IoT will impact HR

How IoT will impact HR

Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, each thing is uniquely identifiable through its embedded computing system and can inter-operate within the existing Internet infrastructure. Hence, it’s not only digitization, but a constantly growing “network of wearable and mobile devices” that’s changing our society and transforming the way…