IoT Insider’s exclusive input from industry examines the application, theories, and plans professionals are conjuring for IoT so you can stay informed of the latest trends in the sphere.

2024 outlook: AI, Cyber Security, SGP.32, LPWAN

Entering the first months of 2024, the fusion of AI and IoT emerges as a cornerstone for industry evolution, marking a significant leap towards intelligent, interconnected systems. This confluence, known as AIoT, promises to enhance decision-making processes and operational efficiency…

How Cloud computing and IoT power smart city transportation

IoT and Cloud computing technology have become staples in smart city transportation infrastructure. What makes them better than the standard systems? Cloud computing and the IoT transforming transportation IoT devices are becoming increasingly popular choices for digital transformations. While roughly…

Energy harvesting could solve IoT’s battery problem

IoT has benefited immeasurably from two concurrent trends: wireless technology and low-power electronics. Untethered, and able to run on progressively smaller batteries, connected devices in increasing number and variety are being deployed in more and more places. The IoT market…

How a IoT Cyber Security Certification demonstrates your PSTI compliance

If you’re involved in making, importing, distributing or selling smart products in the UK, understanding the Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Act 2022 (PSTI) is crucial. Enacted last year, this legislation mandates that UK consumer connectable products adhere to the…

Connected horizons: the future of IoT in logistics

In the ever-evolving landscape of supply chain and logistics, the value added by IoT is no longer a distant prospect but a present reality. Eseye’s recent ‘State of IoT Adoption Report 2023’ reveals that 77% of logistics professionals plan to…

Edge AI: enabling real-time decision-making on IoT devices  

The strategic potential of IoT has driven engineers to deploy an ever-growing array of Edge devices, which collect, process, and run inference on data without consistent connections to the Internet. Historically, organisations have sent data collected at the Edge to…

Security trends for IoT products

With IoT devices in both industrial and consumer sectors customers are expecting manufacturers to deliver secure products. For the benefit of consumers, the UK government has issued an IoT good practice guide, then followed up with legislation and enforcement. Therefore,…

Smart buildings and the race to net-zero

The race is on to meet the Paris Agreement’s 2050 net-zero deadline. Buildings are responsible for around 40% of global energy consumption and CO2 emissions. This makes them a firm target for change – and the subject of intensifying compliance…

IoT in 2024: what next and what should businesses be prioritising?

This year we will see many businesses looking to improve visibility and boost levels of control across their IT infrastructures. This is in response to the ever-growing number of systems and IoT devices that they need to keep on top…

How secure are Over-the-Air updates for IoT devices?

While over-the-air updates for IoT devices generally enhance cybersecurity, improper implementation can create vulnerabilities. If hackers exploit them, data breaches and malware infections are inevitable. What Is an IoT Over-the-Air Update? An OTA update is a method of remotely updating…