Augmented reality for the industrial enterprise: A hands-on introduction to rapid AR development

O’Reilly Media explores how AR can help organizations gain unique insight into many different processes; from manufacturing, assembly and construction to real estate and education

Many companies today are using AR to achieve significant time and cost savings, while expanding the skills of their employees.

In this eBook from O’Reilly Media, you will:

  • Look at a business justification for AR through a detailed case study
  • Learn why AR is a key tool for digitally transferring the knowledge of skilled workers and for gaining cross-domain skills
  • Learn about the technology leaders who are...

By James Bourne, 05 December 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Enterprise, IoT.

AR: Improving efficiency across the value chain with digital product visualisation

ABI Research explores the business benefits of Augmented Reality for product development and sales

Design review and demonstration have become increasingly important for product development and sales. However, there are several obstacles that can prevent a company from fully realizing their product’s potential.

ABI Research explores how Augmented Reality improves product development and sales in three key areas:

  • Product Visualization and Interaction: Reduce the time required to design, iterate and sell products
  • Real-Time Collaboration and Remote...

By James Bourne, 05 December 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Enterprise, IoT, Wearables.

Baidu and Xiaomi partner to use combined powers of AI and IoT to offer smart user experience

Chinese web services company Baidu has partnered with Chinese electronics and software company Xiaomi to establish in-depth cooperation that will amplify their strengths and capabilities in artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT). The partnership will bring to table a more compelling user experience in consumer electronics and smart devices.

Lei Jun, founder, chairman and CEO of Xiaomi, said: "Xiaomi has achieved significant breakthroughs in core artificial intelligence technologies and...

By IoT News, 29 November 2017, 0 comments. Categories: AI, Enterprise, IoT.

Connected cars: The road to security and flexibility

Connected cars are driving the IoT revolution. BI Intelligence expects 381 million connected cars to be on the road by 2020, up from 36 million in 2015. Total revenues generated throughout the same period are estimated to reach $8.1 trillion.

With such opportunity, however, comes the prospect of unprecedented security and logistical challenges. This article explores the development of the connected car market alongside these emerging...

By Remy Cricco, 24 November 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Connected Cars, Enterprise, IoT.

Digitize or Die book extract: The importance of leadership and middle management for IoT

Even though the digital transformation has been building up for over a decade, most businesses have yet to recognise it as a high priority. This is especially true of larger corporations with solid, apparently unassailable channels and markets.

It is true that some businesses will not be impacted by what IoT brings to the table. But are you truly confident, as you read these sentences, that your business is immune to the IoT revolution?

Many leaders may not see the threats to their business and are blinded by...

By Nicolas Windpassinger, 22 November 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Development, Enterprise, IoT.

Nicolas Windpassinger, Schneider Electric: On why culture trumps technology in IoT adoption

The Internet of Things (IoT) is coming into the enterprise; there is no doubt about that. The thought of the work executives have to undertake in their organisation to accommodate digital transformation is only eclipsed by the thought of what happens if their firm gets left behind. In other words, if you don’t digitize, you die.

Not this correspondent’s words...

By James Bourne, 22 November 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Enterprise, IoT.

How IoT-equipped offices foster better employee wellbeing

Benjamin Franklin once said an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure. The wisdom of that axiom still holds today at a time when new technologies have brought us to the brink of fundamental changes in how we lead our daily lives, which can be combined with lasting truths to improve our lives.

The real estate and facility management industry is now implementing Industry 4.0 principles that can improve the health and wellbeing of workers in various facilities. Using elements that utilise the...

By Spaceti, 17 November 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Development, Enterprise, IoT, Wearables.

IIoT revenue to cross $1 trillion by 2027, projects Navigant Research

A new Navigant Research report has projected that the combined cumulative revenue for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) devices, software and services throughout the world will cross the $1 trillion mark by 2027.

The trend will be driven by an increasing number of enterprises as they start realising the benefits of IIoT leading to lower costs and increased equipment maintenance, the research firm added.

The report, titled “Industrial Internet of Things”, analysed the overall emerging IIoT...

By IoT News, 16 November 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Enterprise, IIoT, IoT.

BlueBorne put billions of IoT devices at risk – including Echo and Google Home

A serious vulnerability affecting billions of IoT devices also put Amazon Echo and Google Home users at risk.

The vulnerability, known as BlueBorne, was discovered by IoT security company Armis and found to put more than five billion devices at risk of attack. Researchers have now confirmed the attack surface included as many as 20 million Amazon Echo and Google Home devices.

If compromised by...

By Ryan Daws, 16 November 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Enterprise, IoT, Security.

Medigate aims to take a new approach to IoT healthcare security with $5.35m funding

The Internet of Things (IoT) is all set to revolutionise the end to end healthcare process; from wearables which collect patient data in real-time, to algorithms which can come up with new diagnoses. Yet securing all of these devices is the major risk.

Meet Medigate. The startup, based out of Israel, has just secured a $5.35 million (£4.08m) funding round for its platform, which secures networked devices alongside medical records, device servers, and other enterprise systems. The capital was raised by...

By James Bourne, 14 November 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Enterprise, Healthcare, IoT, Security.