Back in January, MIT released their list of the top 10 technology breakthroughs for 2018. Ranked at number 3 is a project currently underway in a dusty section of Toronto, where the city meets the Lake Ontario waterfront
We’ve written a lot about the internet of things this year. But we’ve mostly covered industry news from 2017.
Now that we’re coming up on the end of the calendar year, we thought it appropriate timing to make a few IoT predictions for 2018.
Innovation is the name of the game, and as more and more devices come online, there is going to be growth in a number of different verticals.
+Rehabstudio, a digital marketing company, took notice of a number of useless gadgets at this year’s Consumer Electronic Show (CES) and dubbed the new category
The Internet of Things (IoT) has exploded over these past three years, and according to Gartner research, 25 billion connected “things” will be connected to the Internet by 2020. With the influx of smart technology, IPV6 will provide enough IP addresses to more than sufficiently cover the evolving digital life of consumers. The Smart Homes sector alone is predicted to be a $490 billion market.
Research Director at Gartner predicts that the Internet of Things (IoT) market will generate a $300 billion revenue and sell approximately 26 billion devices by 2020. According to Gartner, consumer-grade units will form a substantial portion of this market.
Many of these consumer-grade products will stem from the home automation industry which has generated an onslaught of solutions for consumers
The city of the future invokes images of flying cars and skyscrapers powered by renewable energy. Though self-driving cars may be a more obtainable vision, “smart cities” may very well be the harbinger of a new era of sustainable urban living.
India has its eyes set on creating at least 100 smart cities by
When novel technology receives its 15 seconds of glory, reactions can span from healthy pessimism to “I can’t wait for it to be the next decade to already begin!”—think Google’s self-driving car. The Internet of Things (IoT) is such a phenomenon. According to Gartner inc., the technology research and advisory