Free, easy-to-use tool to give you costs and timeline estimates for your IoT product in 5-10 minutes. It is with utmost excitement that I announce the launch of our newest product, the Breadware IoT Product Development Estimator! At Breadware we strive to constantly lower the barrier to entry for companies looking to get into IoT. [...]
Making a device IoT is as simple as connecting it to the Internet, but with dozens of competing communication protocols, choosing a method of making that connection can be overwhelming. Which should you choose for you IoT product? The answer: it depends.
All sorts of businesses in many different industries have tapped into the power of IoT devices during the past half-decade. This technology makes healthcare more efficient, accurate and helpful for patients plagued by all sorts of maladies.
IoT technology is dramatically outpacing regulation. Many of these devices are connected without much regard for their security ramifications, so government legislation is finally catching up.
IIoT has become much more pervasive and encompasses digitization in every industry sector, such as transportation, energy, manufacturing, oil and gas, healthcare and building automation.
IoT connects machines, homes and just about everything else to the web. However, while intentions are good, plenty of bad can stem from the rise of IoT.