Internet of Things (IoT) Community

Welcome to the JAAGNet Community for Internet of Things (IoT).

IoT is a diverse technology area and will cover and overlap with many subjects such as Edge Computing, Security, 5G , AI and Network Performance. We will cover the use of this technology in various applications such as Smart Cities, Agriculture and Energy.  It is an extremely exciting technology area and one that will impact both our work and personal environments.

 Let's start with a definition:

noun: IoT
  1. short for Internet of things.
    "nearly every industry will be affected by IoT"

“The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.” 

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Welcome to the JAAGNet IOT Forum

Welcome to the JAAGNet Community for Internet of Things (IoT). IoT is a diverse technology area and will cover and overlap with many subjects such as Edge Computing, Security, 5G , AI and Network Performance. We will cover the use of this technology in various applications such as Smart Cities, Agriculture and Energy.  It is an extremely exciting technology area and one that will impact both our work and personal environments. We will cover a lot of these Topics in our Forum.  “The Internet of…

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5G: The Future of IoT by 5G Americas

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5G: The Future of IoT takes a look at the market drivers, trends and cellular technology solutions that will create our connected future.


Market drivers provide added value through connectivity of all “things” ranging from street lighting to home appliances to industrial robotics. Providing connectivity to things has become easier with improvements inthe economics of end devices, large investments in IoT systems, adoption of global standards and availability of spectrum. Overall trends in information technology such as cloud computing and edge cloud,artificial intelligence and security assurance have accelerated the IoT ecosystem. The…

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By 2023, One-Third of Companies That Have Implemented IoT Will Also Have Implemented AI in Conjunction With at Least One IoT Project.

Despite the disruptive impacts of COVID-19, 47% of organizations plan to increase their investments in the Internet of Things (IoT), according to a recent survey* from Gartner, Inc.

Following the…

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5G will radically change the way our world networks. It won’t be long before worldwide society will have to adapt to the new way of technological life – across industries, markets, and regions. This new technology standard promises much more than just further developments of existing mobile communication technologies. …

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Nokia highlighted an alarming rise in the number of IoT devices infected by malware in its latest security threat report, as it also flagged a trend of criminals exploiting applications purportedly relating to the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic to steal personal data.

In its latest annual Threat Intelligence Report, the vendor said IoT hardware comprised a third of all infected mobile internet connected devices during…

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As the Internet of Things (IoT) evolves, some use cases have fast-tracked their way into the spotlight as a result of the global pandemic.

Devices are connecting humans like never before from remote work and learning to streaming video and gaming content. In addition, in-person visits to the doctor have in some cases been replaced by telemedicine, so much so that …

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The pandemic is accelerating smart city tech

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It's incredibly difficult to look for a silver lining in the midst of a pandemic when all you can see is the carnage it's caused in its wake. Millions of people have lost their lives. Millions have lost their jobs. We've all lost any semblance of normalcy, and it looks like this will be our reality for the foreseeable future.…

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The automated, contactless elevated temperature detection solution is designed to help identify potential Covid-19 infections in facilities with thousands of people.

Nokia is launching an automated, zero-touch elevated temperature detection solution designed to help identify potential Covid-19 infections in facilities with thousands of people.

The Nokia Automated Analytics…

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Smart city market set to grow by $2118bn by 2024

A report from Technavio said the decreasing price of connected devices is expected to fuel the market and highlights the smart governance and education segments as key areas for growth. The decline in hardware and installation costs is also helping to fuel smart city growth

The smart city market size is poised to grow by more than $2118bn during 2020-2024 with the decreasing price of connected…

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With a novel layer to help the metallic components of the sensor bond, an international team of researchers printed sensors directly on human skin. 
IMAGE: LING ZHANG, PENN STATE/CHENG LAB AND HARBIN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Wearable sensors are evolving from watches and electrodes to bendable devices that provide far more precise biometric measurements and…

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