With cloud the main enabler of machine-to-machine communications, questions about data security that remain unaddressed will continue to hinder wider deployment of Internet of Things.
A new breed of internet-enabled cars from Tesla, Ford, GM, Toyota, and others offer drivers new features and conveniences – but also create loopholes that let criminals track and even unlock far-away cars.
Another day, another crowdfunding campaign for a smart home hub. This one uses Android and has a cellular radio that makes it a more reliable home security choice.
From connected cars to wearables, mobile is changing. The possibilities opened up by this “Internet of Things” are endless, changing the traditional concept of a mobile device as we know it. But with the ability to communicate comes the potential risk of a cyber-attack.
The two companies plan to work together to jointly improve smart grid network security, which will also enhance Mahindra Satyam’s ability to deliver secure and effective smart grid services to utilities globally.
This report, called “DECT Ultra Low Energy (ULE) Market to 2016 – Existing Internet Gateways and Demand for VoIP-Based Home Automation Products to Drive Technology Adoption”, provides key information and analysis on the market opportunities in the DECT ULE market.