Internet of Things (IoT) as a technology is still in its infancy, but it has already made a major impact on many lives and business operations. Industries like agriculture and healthcare are already utilizing the power of IoT to create maximum impact in people’s lives. Also, we have many home improvement systems, home surveillance systems etc. that are enhancing the quality of life for the future. But IoT is a technology with unbridled potential and unknown requirements Therefore, it needs to be backed by a consistently upgraded IoT platform.Continue reading
IoT can be a hard nut to crack for MVNOs with traditional billing and B/OSS platforms. The scope of IoT is immense and requires proven expertise in the telecom domain. For an MVNO, the challenge is to grow its capabilities in a range of different verticals and at the same time come up with innovative business tactics. However, doing both at the same time can be a huge struggle for small virtual operators. Therefore, they need the help of proven IoT services provider.Continue reading
As traffic on the roads increases with each passing day, the risk of accidents has become a cause for concern. Such is the nature of driving that even the safest of drivers fear for their lives. In this gloomy scenario, IoT solutions and services have emerged as a possible remedy for reducing the driving risks.
Intensive R&D and enhanced technology have played a vital role in the evolution of healthcare services. But, such is the nature of human anatomy that we are still left with certain untreatable ailments.
A lump in the breast still sends shivers down the spine of women. Young human beings with a healthy lifestyle still keep on getting diagnosed with terminal illnesses. And, the word cancer still brings life to a standstill. It seems like that all the good work that technology can do for us, it can’t do that one thing, which we desire the most – a cure for cancer.
Do you know the count of connected devices is going to be close to 80 billion within the next decade? Factor in the human population (which is already 7.7 billion) and the growing number of IoT services provider, and it means that there will be almost 10 CONNECTED DEVICES FOR EVERY PERSON LIVING in the world. Continue reading