The New IoT Cyber Labeling Program: What You Should Know

Security is one of the biggest concerns for the internet of things (IoT) industry today. These devices are notoriously difficult to secure, and users’ adoption of them often outpaces their knowledge of how to protect them. The White House is trying to fix that with a new IoT cyber labeling program.

How To Design Reliable IIoT Architecture

Crafting a reliable IIoT design is all about building on foundational architecture layers and customizing them for specific network needs. How an IIoT network is organized influences performance, optimization, and security. You can ensure you get the most out of your IIoT devices by integrating them into a well-designed network architecture.

How to Optimise Your IoT Device’s Power Consumption

Long battery life is a frequent concern of people purchasing Internet of Things (IoT) products — especially those for remote or harsh environments. That’s an understandable concern. Excessive power consumption could negatively impact the user experience and the device’s intended purpose.

6 Amazing Ways IoT is Shaping Trucking for the Long Hau

The Internet of Things (IoT) is driving innovation across many industries, and trucking is no exception. As more fleets implement these connected devices, the sector as a whole is changing for the better.

7 Ways IoT Is Improving the Health Care Industry

The IoT is one of the most disruptive technologies across all industries today. There are already more than 50 billion connected items in use, and that figure keeps climbing as more organizations realize their benefits. One of the fastest-growing and potentially revolutionary use cases is IoT medical devices.

6 Reasons to Connect the IoT to Electro-Hydraulic Systems

Electro-hydraulic systems are common in fleets across several industries, from construction to warehousing. However, they can also be more challenging to manage than some equipment, so businesses should optimize them wherever possible. That means capitalizing on electro-hydraulic automation technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT).

Connected Gas Detection

Confined environments like mines and sewer systems can be hazardous places to work. One of the most dangerous threats in these worksites is gas, which can be lethal but undetectable by human senses. Consequently, gas detection systems are a critical safety measure.

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Emily Newton is the Editor-In-Chief of Revolutionized, a magazine exploring innovations in science and industry that shares ideas to promote a better tomorrow.