IoT and electronics Blog

  • Familiarizing with "Telematics"
    A conduit facilitates transporting people, goods, and other materials. Produced goods are transported in containers at some point in the supply chain. With the predicted 35% growth in the global consumer class by 2030, demands on the transportation sector are expected to escalate. As much as ninety-five percent of all produced items are shipped using container ships.
  • Opportunities for IoT in retail sector
    Despite the incredible opportunities the digital age presents, the retail industry is fully aware of the difficulties and restrictions it must overcome. While there is ample opportunity for growth, sellers are hampered by factors including consumers' changing shopping patterns, the increasing demands on shipping companies, consumers' wariness of online purchases, and a general lack of computer literacy. Retailers have been forced to rethink their strategies in light of the pandemic and have responded by boosting their use of IoT solutions.
  • IoT-Based Educational Applications
    An individual's or a child's "Education" is related to more than just the books in their collection; it also includes the context in which those books are used. The contributions of technology have greatly enhanced the quality of 'learning' and the ambiance around it. Technological developments have allowed for the advent of digital reading and have also helped digital books integrate seamlessly into classrooms.
  • Reflections on Smart Cities
    The Internet of Things brings disparate systems and devices together, and geographic information systems (GIS) unify spatial information and relevant data so that users only need to search through a single design when performing analysis. Innovative technology, such as sensors, is used to inform the infrastructure of smart cities. As a result, companies and organizations of every kind and in every sector are increasingly turning to GIS to improve their workflow and efficiency
  • A more efficient city reaps the benefits
    With the aid of technology, people may live in communities that are more responsive to their needs and genuinely have the potential to improve their lives. A 23-foot-tall smog-sucking air purifier is now being tested in Beijing, a city notorious for its extreme pollution levels. It will purify the city's air before it is released into the atmosphere.
  • Essential industries for a "smart city"
    The focus on technology breakthroughs in smart cities frequently overshadows the need for human collaboration in putting digital applications into practice. One of the most critical aspects of creating a more intelligent society is ensuring that the right people are in the right positions. The smart city projects that are most likely to succeed need the participation of a wide range of people and groups
  • Ten most technologically sophisticated cities
    Digital solutions may be used to optimize the utilization of traditional networks and services in a "smart city," according to the word's definition. As a consequence, the goal of smart cities is to improve the quality of life for city residents, increase the city's sustainability, and benefit local businesses. In the eyes of the European Commission, a smart city is one in which "Beyond the use of digital technology, a "smart city"
  • A goal of making 100 cities "Smart"
    Imagine a city with cutting-edge smart infrastructure and many systems driven by the latest information technology, all combined into a cohesive whole. It is possible that the Smart Cities Mission, which aims to improve our cities' appearance, functionality, and quality of life, will help us achieve this objective. In 2015, the Indian government launched the Smart Cities Mission, which has already expanded to 109 cities.
  • How smart city differs from traditional city?
    What distinguishes a smart city from any other Indian metropolis? In the past two to three years, the creation of smart cities has been hailed as one of the most major government infrastructure projects. When it comes to making India "smarter," this strategy has been widely praised.
  • Connecting physical and digital world
    Connected cars, smart homes, smart hospitals, and more innovative industries have all been created by this technology. Things become more accessible and automated when the physical and digital worlds are connected. A smart home allows you to control anything from your thermostat to your oven to your AC system with your smartphone.