Now more than ever, biometrics are emerging as part of a broader trend to improve security and thwart cyberattacks through more resilient authentication mechanisms. Not only is the world facing ever more cyberthreats across devices and systems, the global coronavirus pandemic is also shifting how consumers and businesses think about digital and physical risk exposure. […]
Industrial IoT offers significant advantages during times of increased workforce distribution and automation. Industrial IoT (IIoT) devices make remote work a possibility with the use of asset tracking, remote monitoring, and support to keep supply chains running smoothly.
Healthcare providers can more effectively care for patients by applying the low latency of 5G and IoT technology into their services and creating new use cases, such as remote surgery.
We are in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution and a proliferation of connected devices, infrastructure, and data. Simultaneously, trust in technology, governance, and our ability to secure all these data and devices (and ourselves!) has come under question. This webinar analyzes these and other drivers towards edge computing, and the novel considerations and […]
By Jessica Groopman, Jeremiah Owyang, and Jaimy Szymanski As one decade ends, another rolls in, and with it an astonishing array of technology-driven trends. Predictions abound on the technology developments and advancements expected in 2020. However, tech is no longer a vertical, as data and automation are disrupting every industry and reshaping daily life. Based […]
There is nothing quite like CES to glimpse where technology may be headed. The Consumer Electronics Show is infamous for its colossal showcase of consumer tech, from tiny start-ups to the world’s most influential tech giants. Every year some 200,000 people flock to Las Vegas to ooh, ahh, and oh?! all manner gadgetry and whiz-bang […]
Retailers and supply chain manufacturers can tap into new opportunities for customer service and product visibility with 5G connectivity and IoT sensors, including: roaming retail; last-mile delivery; and supply chain visibility.
In the commerce and post-commerce phases of the customer journey, AI and IoT applications — such as biometric payment or loyal customer engagement — build a seamless customer experience.
5G and IoT sensors can unlock new capabilities for manufacturers, while improving existing processes with decreased latency and more accurate asset tracking. 5G in manufacturing can help organizations transform their current industrial practices into processes that thrive on the speed of information delivery and rapid, diverse edge computing.
The typical customer experience has evolved with the adoption of AI and IoT, and consumers now expect organizations to include personalized features throughout the customer journey. Read more from Jaimy Szymanski in IoT Agenda.