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Can We Really Use Drones to Carry Parcels?

Can We Really Use Drones to Carry Parcels?

Drones have vast applications including aerial mapping, security surveillance, agriculture among others. Currently, many companies are testing Drones for the purpose of carrying parcels. Companies such as Uber, UPS, and Amazon have been trialing these applications for...

Do You Really Need 5G for IoT?

Do You Really Need 5G for IoT?

The last 100 meters of connecting IoT devices are using technologies like RFID, ZigBee, Bluetooth and WiFi. But as we moved the IoT devices to the external world, there is a need to connect the Internet world that can extend the 100 meter coverage. That's where 2G...

Do We Need Another National IoT Strategic Roadmap

Do We Need Another National IoT Strategic Roadmap

For many of us, there is this "Love" and "Hate" relationship when it comes to Roadmap, Blueprint, or Framework. We love this document because it has documented the issues, challenges, and action plans. We hate this because many of the action plans failed to take off...

How to Develop Smart Buildings or Offices Using IoT

How to Develop Smart Buildings or Offices Using IoT

The steps in developing Smart Building solutions are: Identify the stakeholders in the building. They can be the tenants, the landlords, the visitors, the security personnel, VIPs. Every stakeholder might have their own priority or needs - Select and prioritize If...

Smart River Solutions Using IoT

Smart River Solutions Using IoT

[Original source: The Edge Markets] The benefits of using the Internet of Things (IoT) for river monitoring are pretty straightforward. Install IoT sensors along the river and at intersections of major drains. Connect the sensors to a central system that reflects...

IoT Notes

IoT Notes

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How-To : Smart Manufacturing

How-To : Smart Manufacturing

Smart manufacturing has led to what's been called the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The data collected from the manufacturing process and the usage of equipment can determine the productivity and efficiency. However, most of the older factories are still running...

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