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Here is how Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technology is impacting our ever-connected data-driven age

Network and application response times are at the core of stakes. In effect, for those who are unfamiliar, DPI support provides enhanced visibility that admins need to compare network and application response times and quickly determine whether the fault is with the network or application. With DPI monitoring, admins can keep track of the performance and network latency of business-critical applications. Whenever a slowness issue arises, they can compare the network response time (NRT) with the application response time (ART) to determine where the issue is. The technology provides insightful data such as NRT and ART, traffic, source and destination, and conversation for Layer 4 applications. It offers various reports and options to help you ascertain what is causing the slowness with conversation details. These insights help admins identify performance issues at an early stage and control them with traffic-shaping techniques for an improved user experience.

EasyOpen, by OT’s Secure IOT Cloud transforms smartphones into car keys

At the core of stakes we have: the ability to transform user experience and increase security for car sharing services. We have a combination of OT’s expertise in secure service enablement for smartphones and wearable devices with Omoove’s multiple years of experience in car sharing platforms and on-board technology. We also have a superior level of reliability and solve latency issues. In effect, EasyOpen introduces the use of a smartphone with Near Field Communication (NFC) technology to quickly and safely manage access to vehicles enabling users to directly interact with the vehicle using a device they already own, even if their smartphone is out of range of network coverage or runs out of battery. The service can also be extended to any wearable device equipped with an eSE (embedded Secure Element) supporting NFC technology.

RTLS and Asset Tracking Technologies in our ever-connected era

Many analysts agree that, RTLS and Asset Tracking Technologies will Catalyze Next-Generation Fleet Telematics, Retail, and Manufacturing Solutions. For instance ABI Research is beginning to see BLE beacon and other next-generation RTLS and asset tracking technology deployments in the transport and logistics, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, and commercial buildings verticals. In effect, the low-cost, high-accuracy combination is creating new opportunities in applications like pallet tracking, condition monitoring, last mile delivery, inventory, and tools/asset tracking.

Here how Wearable sensors are very important components of wearable technology

Now part of our daily life and routine, wearable technology is increasingly useful, valuable and reliable for multiple purposes. Wearable sensors are the small but very important components of wearable technology which are used in smart wearable devices to track and monitor several parameters such as temperature, blood pressure, speed, and muscle activity. These sensors ensure that the data is monitored precisely and stored for better understanding of physical health and fitness. According to Research and Markets, growing demand and penetration of smart wearable devices have made these sensors became increasingly popular and is also expected to remain the key growth driver.

The state of indoor location solutions and indoor location systems

Numerous findings converge on the reality that, the indoor location area is exploding, and will soon reach a tipping point in adoption.
However, Research and Markets reveals that, while the number of indoor location solutions reaching market has risen dramatically, the number of indoor location systems entering true commercial use, beyond trials or experiments, has not yet truly taken off.
Many indoor location systems are achieving significantly better accuracy than was achieved 2-3 years ago.
Many solutions today are requiring less tedious setup and configuration than was previously required. This includes use of SLAM and crowdsourcing technologies.
M&A and strategic partnerships has brought the innovations of start-up companies into the strength of major companies.
A mature ecosystem has developed in which companies are specializing in vertical industries, and incorporating location technologies from other vendors.
According to Research and Markets, these trends will drive a ris…

LTE for Internet of Things (IoT) Modules

The demand for IoT devices is growing rapidly, bringing new modules, innovations and excitements to market.
LTE for IoT chipmaker Sequans Communications is paving its way with a new family of power-efficient, cost-effective LTE for IoT modules, which brings an important connectivity option to IoT device makers.
Huawei, a giant Chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer, has selected Sequans’ Monarch LTE-M/NB-IoT chip platform to design a new family of modules for M2M and IoT applications.
In effect, Huawei’s LTE-M module family is based on Sequans’ Monarch platform, the highly-optimized LTE-M (Cat M1) and NB-IoT (Cat NB1) chip. It is purpose-built for narrowband IoT applications, including sensors, wearables, and other low data, low power M2M and IoT devices.

Greatest barriers to global Internet of Things (IoT) adoption

If the momentum is real, in terms of excitements and adoption regarding the Internet of Things (IoT), it is however obvious that, greatest barriers to global Internet of Things (IoT) adoption including: lack of interoperability, lack of global standards, cost, energy consumption, and global scalability is disrupting the global Internet of Things (IoT) adoption.

Connectivity for the Internet of Things (IoT)

The Internet of Things (IoT) industry is paving its way across the world with a set of technologies and services that steadily convince last skeptics and encourage early adopters to invest more in this emerging technology. Sigfox is the world provider of connectivity for the Internet of Things (IoT). The company has built a global network to connect billions of devices to the Internet while consuming as little energy as possible, as simply as possible.

Oracle Internet of Things (IoT) Applications

The Internet of Things (IoT) is disrupting the big data industry with vast among of data henceforth at the core multiple stakes, and actionable opportunities. Oracle IoT Applications in this dynamic, support three important functions: device registration and data collection; signal analysis and interpretation; and connection to specific business processes. I can observe that, by applying advanced, predictive analytics to the device signals, Oracle IoT Applications calculate complex business-specific KPIs and trigger automated actions in real time. The solutions can deliver capabilities, such as predictive maintenance, diagnostic dashboards, and increased real-time visibility, and can be applied to manufacturing, quality, and product data, as well as logistics and employee movements.

The North America IT services market is on an interesting curve

Very exciting to observe that, several factors such as rising investments in the IT infrastructure, the enterprises' preference to outsource the entire IT services in order to optimize and streamline their workflow, demands for efficient management of IT services, and increasing adoption of IT services in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) are fueling the growth of IT services systems. Research and Markets reveals that, verticals such as government & defense; consumer goods & retail; healthcare; Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI); and communication & technology nurture the North America IT services market. The North America IT services market is expected to grow from USD 175.2 Million in 2016 to USD 261.5 Million by 2021, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 8.3% during the forecast period, according to the firm.

Payments are also a driving force within the biometrics market

The biometrics market is on an interesting curve, despite a set of challenges related to convenience, data privacy, costs and interoperability progressively addressed. For many analysts, payments are also a driving force within the biometrics market with companies like Atom Bank, Biyo, Nymi, Smart Metric, Veridium, VKansee, and Zwipe are disrupting the market landscape through transformative technologies ranging from continuous heart rate recognition in wearables, high resolution spoof-resistant sensors, smart card embedded fingerprint sensors, biometrical digital-only banking solutions, as well as four-finger recognition and palm-vein payments.

HYPR, KnuEdge, UnifyID, and Yubico to be proven innovators in the global biometrics market

ABI Research finds HYPR, KnuEdge, UnifyID, and Yubico to be proven innovators in the global biometrics market. For those who are unfamiliar, the companies create and deliver pioneering solutions that incorporate high-tech with low-cost hardware tokens, decentralize control using blockchain multimodal biometrics, feature military-grade voice recognition, or even leverage a host of connected sensors for seamless authentication.

Mobile Payments, Point-of-Sale, Multifactor, and Passive Authentication Top Choices for Biometric Innovators

I have a pleasure to recall that, withthe biometrics market to exceed $10 billion by 2021, ABI Research identifies four technologies that innovative and agile startups must incorporate into their solutions to secure significant share in the changing competitive landscape: multifactor authentication (MFA), point-of-sale (PoS), mobile payments, and passive authentication.

Contradiction within the Proximity Sensors market

One can clearly observe that, the growth of the Proximity Sensors market is currently being hindered by limitation in product variation among different manufacturing companies and limitation in sensing capabilities; while Photoelectric proximity sensors technology is the fastest-growing market, because of their extensive use in automotive and material-handling applications.

Europe Proximity Sensors Market

There are lots of exciting hopes on the wait that the Europe Proximity Sensors market can increase to $1.12 billion by 2018 at a CAGR of 7.15% over the period 2015-2020. Research and Markets reveals that, the need for enhanced production efficiency in verticals such as process industries, automotive manufacturing and industrial applications is susceptible to drive the proximity sensors market in this region. It is also clear that, pollution control and worker safety in Europe have led government regulations to focus on improvements.