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IoT connected devices to reach over 38 bn units by 2020: Report

Industrial and public services sector, such as retail, agriculture, smart buildings and smart grid applications, will form the majority of the IoT device base, according to a new report by Juniper Research

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30pc of businesses deploying Internet of Things: Survey

Strategy Analytics's independent web-based survey polled over 450 businesses worldwide across 45 vertical markets in June 2015

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Case Study: The New Face of Invisible Security

Balancing the comfort of hotel guests with increased scrutiny in a highly-sensitive zone can be tough. Technology can offer a discreet way out

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Beat traffic with Google Maps in 12 Indian cities, national highways

With the new traffic layer option on Google Maps, commuters can see real-time traffic information on routes, mapped out in different colors, indicating the different speed of traffic on roads

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Indian launches Urdu mobile app for Haj pilgrims

Soon to be launched in English, the Urdu mobile app allows users to copy and share any information related to Umrah and Haj pilgrimages through mobile messaging service WhatsApp, Facebook, e-mail and mobile SMS

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IoT to become cornerstone of excellent customer services: Report

The Internet of Things can create a strong return on investment by reducing support costs, increasing customer loyalty and referrals, uncovering insights to cross-sell or up-sell to customers, and developing customer-appealing products, according to Frost & Sullivan

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RFID smart cabinet systems make headway into healthcare: Report

New analysis from Frost & Sullivan reveals that the need for inventory management to reduce instances of loss or misplacement of medical equipments, supplies or drugs, along with efforts to minimise errors and improve patient safety, will drive the market for RFID smart cabinet systems

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Evolution of IoT lays foundation for next-gen smart buildings: Report

According to a new report from Frost & Sullivan, rapid urbanisation, global connectivity and digital convergence of next-generation IT solutions will open up growth opportunities for the Internet of Things and cloud-based solutions in smart buildings

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Researchers use Wi-Fi to count people

The approach, which does not require people to carry Wi-Fi - enabled telecommunications devices for them to be counted, can be used in many diverse applications such as search and rescue operations during a disaster

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Smart parking to enable intelligent mobility in global mega cities: Report

Smart parking, including P2P parking, digital and mobile payments, real-time parking, will create manifold opportunities for cities and boost parking operations to reach $43.084 billion in 2025

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