Modern technologies cannot but influence the biggest industry in the world — manufacturing. Industrial robots have been working in factories alongside human workers for quite some time. They help create efficiencies at all stages, from raw material to final product, are able to operate 24/7, and can be highly cost-effective for any company.
In today’s world, people are too busy to take care of their health in a traditional way. It takes too much time to make an appointment with a doctor, undergo tests, wait for a diagnosis and be prescribed treatment. The solution might be devices that are being constantly worn on the body, monitor different health parameters and timely transmit data to users and doctors. And such devices do already exist!
The driverless car market is just starting to emerge, but experts predict its rapid growth in the coming years. Let’s take a look at the current state of this industry.
Artificial intelligence is not a new term. The field of AI research appeared in 1956, and since then it has experienced ups and downs. In the 21st century, cognitive technologies have finally succeeded and started gaining traction. But together with an increasing interest came the misconceptions about artificial intelligence. Many people have fears about their future because of the unknown potential of technology.
In this blog post, we would like to act as mythbusters and tell you about the popular AI myths and facts.
Many industries start adopting IoT technologies to stand out in an oversaturated market, as the potential of connected products is immense. The insurance industry is the one that can experience the Internet of Things value most of all. Read this article to learn how IoT impacts insurance and what opportunities it provides.
With vibrant technological development, the healthcare industry has been evolving rapidly. Modern medical equipment and procedures are much different from what they were some 20 years ago. Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) have significantly contributed to the changes, and are likely to influence the industry even more in the near future.
Businesses are more actively adopting the Internet of Things. The data collected by connected devices can create efficiencies and bring your company to the next level.
A trend is a regular change in processes, conditions, data, projects, etc. To follow a trend, you must be aware of the current situation and be able to predict the changes in the near future.
The beginning of the year is traditionally the time to forecast trends in all spheres. The area of information technologies is transforming extremely fast. We don’t even have time to get used to new gadgets as they become outdated and are replaced by newer ones. It’s important, especially for IT vendors, to monitor top trends in information technologies, in order to take advantage of digital opportunities.
In our article, we’ve compiled the main IT trends in 2018.
The number of conferences, congresses, exhibitions, seminars and other events related to the Internet of Things is growing each year. Their geographic scope and scale are expanding as well. This can be explained by the fact that the IoT market is evolving: many industries deploy IoT projects; various products are being modernized and reshaped using smart technologies; people prefer utilizing connected devices in everyday life for communication, entertainment, healthcare, etc. Moreover, there are serious security challenges that occur together with these innovations.
The Internet of Things is penetrating every aspect of our daily life, so the IoT phenomenon is already around us: it is made up of the ordinary objects we use at home, at work or in the streets. The difference is that all these objects and devices are computerized. They have embedded network connectivity, can communicate with phones and other gadgets, get information and remain under control.
Today, we are talking about the most popular IoT tools and technologies used for creating such smart things.