"M2M" articles

The connected car and smart home markets are both at an early stage of development, but in many ways they have been growing in parallel with each other: both are being enabled by falling costs of sensors, networking technologies, and data storage, as well as by expanded cloud services, the mass adoption of smartphones, and consumer demand for the connected lifestyle. In 2015, these ecosystems are beginning to converge, with particular use cases, such as remote home controls,...
The Internet of Things brings new capabilities to Canadian households, driving the continued increase in consumer spending on connected devices and entertainment options. These solutions create new revenue streams across a variety of market sectors, but a company’s success comes only with an understanding of the consumer demands and market factors driving adoption and usage. In the infographic below, Parks Associates outlines several technology adoption trends in Canada discovered...
The Internet of Things (IoT) offers consumers convenience, efficiency, collaboration and expanded products and services, but concerns about privacy and data security pose major challenges to the industry. Identity theft, invasive data mining, cyber-terrorism, and physical dangers from hacked devices scare consumers; the industry must safeguard consumers and the data that is an extension of them. Essentially, with big data comes big responsibility. The Internet connectivity that...
 
by Brad Russell | Jul. 22, 2015
Tags: Internet of Things, M2M, security, smart home
The connected home continues to expand as consumers adopt more and more connected devices at home. Parks Associates research shows that in 2014, smart home device penetration increased from 12% to 16% of all U.S. broadband households. Additionally, 37% of U.S. broadband households intend to buy one or more smart device in 2015. The smart home continues to grow due in large part to the massive advertising campaigns of service providers such as Comcast Xfinity, ADT, and...
 
As the connected car space heats up, startups are joining major players from various industries in jumping into the market. Leading tech giants like Apple and Google, mobile carriers like AT&T and Telus, and major digital media companies like Pandora and ESPN are staking their claims to the dashboard. Last week, another new player jumped into the connected car market. Mojio , a start-up based in Canada, launched its connected car solution, which consists of a mobile app, a 3G...
 
by Jennifer Kent | Nov. 14, 2014
Tags: apps, connected cars, M2M

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