Almost 20% of organisations observed at least one IoT-based attack in the past three years, and worldwide spending on IoT security will rise by 28%, reaching £1.06bn in 2018, a new survey revealed.
IoT software and services in the pharmaceutical sector will be worth $2.4bn (£1.7bn) by 2020, according to newly released data.
Thanks to remote monitoring, predictive maintenance and connected field service, the Internet of Things is reshaping manufacturing and stimulating a host of new opportunities for the sector.
Goodyear has unveiled a new concept tyre which integrates living moss, can connect to the Internet of Things, and uses the energy generated during photosynthesis to power its electronics.
Following major viruses such as WannaCry and Petya striking across the world, fraud, cyber, and security risks continue to be causes for concern, according to a new global survey.
Analysts would have you believe that the mainstream adoption of the Industrial Internet will happen any day now; but the reality is, it’s still years away.
Businesses can already acquire software, platform and infrastructure-as-a-service. Could we see the arrival of the Industrial Internet of Things-as-a-Service this year?
A recent study conducted by The Manufacturer and Oracle | Netsuite explores how manufacturers have already implemented forms of factory connectivity.
Major North American energy infrastructure business, TransCanada Corporation, has realised significant savings by using the Industrial Internet and data analytics to perform predictive maintenance.
We have all heard talk about the digitalisation of manufacturing and it should be clear to everyone by now that it is more than just a passing fad – it is undoubtedly the future of production in a significant and meaningful way.