Thursday July 16, 2020

Comment: Internet of Things is evolving

Applications are moving from frivolous to fundamental

13th July, 2016
Integrated sensors can improve saftey Pic: Pixabay

By Dermot O’Connell, executive director and general manager, OEM Solutions, Dell EMEA

The Internet of Things (IoT) could have profound implications on our everyday lives – including our everyday safety – but there needs to be much greater collaboration between vendors, partners and customers to make it a reality.

IoT is maturing. When it first burst into the public’s consciousness, it promised us a host of connected household appliances, from remotely-operated...

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