IoT technology, with a particular focus on connectivity, is emerging as a powerful catalyst for sustainability transformation. Research conducted by Gartner, Transforma Insights, Berg Insight, and the US Department of Energy highlights its versatile contributions to environmental conservation. These contributions range from reduced CO2 emissions to water conservation achieved through remote management and analysis.
The data storage and analytics market has witnessed a transformative journey, evolving from the structured confines of data warehousing to the considerable, uncharted territories of data lakes. With the evolution of records storage and control, a unique concept emerged, bridging the distance between data lakes and data warehouses – the "data lakehouse."
The Internet of Things has dramatically facilitated humans’ lives, creating a vast ecosystem of remotely controllable devices. At the same time, progress doesn’t stand still and the global IoT market is expected to grow to 24.1 billion devices in 2030, generating $1.5 trillion in annual revenue.
In an increasingly connected world, it is crucial to ensure that language never becomes a communication barrier. The translation industry is witnessing a significant transformation, with IoT emerging as a major driving force. IoT integration is now prevalent in wearable translators, smart speakers, smartphones and other communication devices, facilitating real-time language translation from any location.
Network providers put a lot of hours and technology into ensuring that all devices connected to the Internet of Things are always reliably available. However, IoT developers and end users alike have additional tools available to optimize their devices and platforms so that they work reliably with communication networks.
Mobile operators shutdown old networks to make space for new technologies. While consumers usually won't be affected much by the technology change, it can have a huge impact on IoT installations. What can you do to avoid sudden device disconnection?
For Bayer AG's Crop Protection Innovation Lab, 1NCE is providing global cellular connectivity for automatic pest detection in canola fields.
The traditional SIM card, the physical chip that must be inserted into a mobile device, is also used in IoT devices. However, as new IoT use cases arise, the limitations of the physical IoT SIM mean newer forms of SIM, such as IoT eSIM and IoT iSIM will become prominent. We explain the differences.
1NCE Data Broker: Using the right communication protocol on NB-IoT and LTE-M can significantly enhance battery life. Our test showed: With CoAP and binary translation, energy consumption can be reduced by up to 75.3 percent.