A new study by Pew Research Center’s Internet Project has thrown up some interesting results, most important of them all being that by 2025, mobile, wearable and embedded computing will be tied together in the Internet of Things (IoT), allowing people and their surroundings to tap into artificial intelligence-enhanced Cloud-based information storage and sharing.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that his government would make available £45 million in funding for research on the emerging field of the Internet of Things (IoT), as well as a £1 million European grant fund to support startups working in the space.
A German company has come out with an “intelligent” floor covering called SensFloor that can sense various types of events across a floor like number of people walking on it, and even recording a person’s fall, making it ideal for senior citizens’ safety.
Specialist provider of connected solutions, Indian company Tech Mahindra Ltd., today inaugurated the Texas Instruments Lab in Bengaluru, India. This lab will allow Tech Mahindra to launch innovative solutions based on the concept of Internet of Things (IoT) in industrial, medical and automotive sectors.