"I want to make it easier for humans to care for other humans, and to care for themselves through technology. I can see the technology and costs coming together very quickly to provide a much higher level of care for those who need it. People should be able to lead healthier lives by having a much better understanding of their evolving health trends."
The Internet of Things has so far meant designing and launching new connected products or redesigning connected versions of existing products. While there’s plenty of value to be gained from newly deployed IoT products, that value can take a while to kick in given the complexity and potentially long lead times for connected-product development.
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Wi-Fi has some serious drawbacks for IoT, as well. Wi-Fi signals have a limited range, typically tens of meters, and they have trouble penetrating concrete and similar obstacles. That makes Wi-Fi communications challenging within large buildings, across cities, and in many commercial settings.
When it comes to experience, embarking on digital transformation through the internet of things is no different from building a house: It is complex to put together and significant know-how is needed. As the co-founder of an IoT software company, I know you can’t solve a lack of experience simply by throwing great technology at it.
Smart appliances that connect with mobile phones, voice assistants and other systems can enhance a manufacturer’s revenues and help differentiate its products in a crowded consumer marketplace. But creating home appliances for the so-called Internet of Things requires more than simply embedding a wireless chip or adding a sensor.
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Ayla adds cellular capability to its platform: Even if NB-IoT or other cellular technologies don’t gain huge adoption, all of the platform companies are prepping for them. Ayla is no exception. It has launched modules that will support NB-IoT and CAT-M capabilities.
Given how fast technology is changing, we thought it would be interesting to ask IT executives about what they see on the horizon for 2019. Here are more predictions about the cloud in the coming year.
This new Aviatrix feature helps enterprises to deploy and manage Amazon Web Services (AWS) Transit Gateway, a service that allows organizations to connect their Amazon Virtual Private Clouds (Amazon VPCs) and on-premises networks to a single gateway.
Yesterday, at Amazon re:Invent, Aviatrix, a tool that helps users manage cloud deployments, announced and demonstrated Aviatrix Orchestrator. This new feature will make connecting multiple networks much easier. Essentially, it unifies the management of both AWS native networking services and Aviatrix services via a single management console.