By Guest Blogger, Falcon Electric
In our ever-connected world, things are about to get even more connected and automated. Thanks to the advancements in artificial intelligence (AI), advanced cloud platforms, software sensors and smart devices, today’s “things” will be tomorrow’s “can’t live without things.” Smart homes, smart cities, security, self-driving cars, drones, robots and sophisticated industrial processes will all benefit from this next evolution of Internet of Things and Industrial Internet of Things (IoT/IIoT). However, the more interconnected things become, the more they rely on clean and steady electrical power in order to communicate and carry out the myriad of critical functions we require and expect from all connected devices. MORE
By Steve Spatig, General Manager, Electronic Access Solutions, Southco, Inc.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that’s driving significant technological transformations across a broad range of industries and applications. IoT is often described as multiple, overlapping and interconnecting networks of intelligent devices, connected through various Internet- and cloud-based platforms, to provide remote monitoring and control of the connected devices. MORE