- The Intranet of Things
The Internet of Things used by consumers and the ones used by companies will likely be very different.
- The IoT Challenge
As the Internet of Things takes shape, RFID companies need to offer complete solutions that can quickly and easily adapt to customers' needs and expectations.
- The Real World of Active RFID Tags
Here's how the technology is being used today to solve real problems, and what's in store for the future.
- It's All Coming Together
Cloud computing, RFID, advances in processing power, nanotechnology and other trends will soon coalesce into a multifaceted platform that gives computers the ability to know what in happening in the world—and to respond.
- Our Future: The Real-Time Status of Things
Soon we will be able to know not only every item's location, but also its temperature, motion, vibration, humidity and a host of other variables, opening up a world of opportunities for us all.
- What Is the Internet of Things?
No one seems to agree on a definition, but everyone agrees that linking physical objects to the Internet is an important and ongoing trend.
- RFID Stakeholders Need to Prepare for the Internet of Things
The IoT will pose significant risks and opportunities for many in the RFID industry during the next 24 months.
- Street Smarts
Cities that don't embrace the Internet of Things will be left behind.
- RFID-powered Sensors Can Play a Big Role in the Internet of Things
While energy-harvesting and battery-powered devices can be the right choice for certain applications, passive RFID sensor tags offer a number of advantages.
- We're Not KDDing
Next up: making sense of all the Internet of Things data.
- 15 Minutes of Fame
Journalists at CES in search of the next big thing turn the spotlight on the Internet of Things.
- Better Late Than Never
The Internet of Things is arriving, just 10 years after it was anticipated.
- Uniting IoT Networks
Integrating EPC and IPv6 wireless standards will enable the Internet of Things.
- Managing Big (RFID) Data
Retailers tracking unique items via radio frequency identification are concerned about how to take advantage of all the data they collect. A recent MIT-sponsored event began to address this issue.
- The Internet of Things Revisited
RFID is not really about connecting objects to the Internet; it's about capturing data needed to manage things that aren't being managed today.