With a challenging decade before us, we now have an opportunity, arguably a responsibility, to use these game-changing tools and technologies to disrupt the way we have traditionally addressed humanity’s most pressing challenges and to deliver viable solutions at scale.
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Smart Agricultural sensors enable farmers to access real-time data from remote measurement tools that report on soil moisture, temperature, and pH.
Technology is making it easier for operators to detect and solve problems with their ice machines. Many Hoshizaki ice machines are now capable of using a 3rd-party remote monitoring system from Fastcomm, which allows operators to check on the status of their machines using a computer or smart phone.
With ongoing innovation such as IIoT in manufacturers, there are substantial opportunities for businesses looking to grow.
With proactive measures that utilise leading IoT technologies now available, more households and businesses are adopting them to set up warning systems to prevent impending disasters.
Blockchain, used with IoT sensors and trackers, will reduce retailers’ costs by streamlining supply chains and offering simpler regulatory compliance.
5G and the internet of things (IoT) are two macro technology shifts rapidly moving from aspirational visions to real-world applications.