asset tracking

IoT weekly round-up: Thursday 30th November 2017

Written by Jen Clark | December 1, 2017 | Blog

This week, self-driving car Waymo racks up 4 million miles on the road, and Shopify has a new app to track your packages in real time. Self-driving Waymo passes the 4 million mile mark Waymo, formerly Google’s self-driving car project, now has 4 million self-driven miles to its credit. The distance, which would take a more

Top 5 trends shaping the future of enterprise asset tracking

Written by Chris Wiegand | August 1, 2017 | Asset Management

Today there are literally billions of indoor assets that need to be tracked in real-time, to optimize processes and reduce costs. The landscape for asset tracking is rapidly changing from an industry that was largely reserved for technical administrators, to being part of the data set that drives key decisions in a wide array of more

The top 5 industrial IoT use cases

Written by Phillip Tracy | April 19, 2017 | Asset Management

The industrial IoT has already proven its versatility with deployments going live in various enterprises, showing off dozens of different use cases. But a few key uses consistently present themselves within the same trade, and even throughout different industries. It’s important to note that Internet of Thing use cases will continue to expand in the more

IoT ruins movies: Cast Away

Written by Jen Clark | November 23, 2016 | Blog

Setting the scene: how the IoT could ruin Cast Away When I was researching Robert Zemeckis’ survival epic Cast Away, I came across a little gem of a factoid that pretty much sums up what this blog is about. Fans of the film may remember that Chuck Noland, stranded for four years on his desert more

What is M2M technology?

Written by Jen Clark | October 20, 2016 | Blog

Since the advent of the internet, technology has transformed the way that we communicate; not only with each other, but with the world around us too. Today, the world is more connected than ever, thanks to M2M communication and the Internet of Things. M2M literally means ‘Machine to Machine’. It describes the interaction of billions more