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The IoT segment continues to grow at an outstanding pace. However, for many companies outside of the IoT space, it can be a challenge to make their solutions support IoT, especially those with legacy or non-digital assets.
The traditional approach to solving this involved hooking the asset up to cellular IoT hardware, writing proprietary commands for asset-to-device communications, and then somehow interfacing the whole thing with cloud services. But implementing this is a lot of work for any company to contend with, and comes with many issues and costs including:
The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) have evolved rapidly over the last few years. In Deploying Retail on Mobile – Use Cases for Developers, we introduced you to how using AI and IoT could help your development projects personalize the retail experience. In this follow-up blog, we will look at how the fusion of 5G with AI and IoT, now coined “intelligent connectivity” or “hyper-connectivity”, are driving the digital transformation of retail.
As our world changes around us these days, our reliance on technologies for staying connected and remote collaboration is more important than ever.
While tools for activities like online collaboration and virtual meetings have come along way, we’re now seeing the convergence of technologies such as mobile devices, smart glasses, and augmented reality (AR) allowing developers to take collaboration solutions to new levels.
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