Localization is an important subject of the Internet of Things (IoT). However, GPS localization uses a lot of battery and cannot be used in most low-power applications.
5G networks are the next generation of mobile internet connectivity, offering faster speeds and more reliable connections on smartphones and other devices than ever before.
Indoor localization has become a hot topic in the last couple of years. It is particularly useful for large areas such as airport, malls or supermarkets.
User data is sensitive, it can include personally identifiable information. We are assessing the homomorphic encryption technology for being applied to the IoT Devices.
Low Power Wide Area Networks are novel cellular connections which emerge with certain advantages. One of them is the possibility to perform an active triangulation for determining the position of a node.
The term "data-driven" has been on everyone's lips for quite some time now, many companies have taken up the cause of becoming a data-driven company.
When someone is about to buy a used car, he/she cannot help but wonder if that particular car has been stolen in the past or has some hidden bugs
At some level, computers learn pretty much the same as humans do. We are able to learn by getting some input, practice, adapt our understanding and then repeat the process.