This topic provides information about IoT sensors embedded within healthcare-related equipment and attached to or implanted in patients—to collect information that enables monitoring of patient health—as well as the systems used to analyze that information.
At IoT World in Santa Clara, California, last month, IoT World Today’s Maggie Miller interviewed Bask Iyer, CIO at VMware and general manager for edge computing and IoT at Dell Technologies, about edge computing and how it impacts IoT strategy. Iyer was also a keynote speaker at IoT World 2019, where he shared insights around […]
LoRa has several key features that have made it a strong choice for organizations that are looking to achieve efficiency and cost savings with IoT. However, as use cases for IoT deployments using LoRa become more advanced, and as IoT requirements scale, a new way of approaching the problem of how to best benefit from […]
LTE-M brings new standards for IoT networking by prioritizing low cost, low power, minimal infrastructure, robust reach over massive distances, and scalability advantages for large deployments. Additional benefits gained from LTE-M include: Low Cost Modules: Up to 50% reduction in module costs over comparable IoT devices. Existing Infrastructure: LTE-M can piggyback on existing LTE networks. Extended […]
Couldn’t make it to Santa Clara for IoT World? You can experience the event from your office or living room. Watch streaming video coverage here from the keynote halls and show floor. We have two days of select keynote sessions, video interviews and other “goings on” at the event, plus a whole host of our best […]