The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the technologies that has had the greatest impact in recent years, it is no longer limited to one or other sectors, we now have it present in many of the objects we use every day, in industrial processes, in companies, in our homes and some healthcare systems around the world are beginning to incorporate it to have greater control and precision of the data.
Last week I had the opportunity to participate as a guest speaker in the 2nd Cycle of AmITIC Conferences 2020, organized by the Emerging Computer Technologies Research Group (GITCE-UTP) and the Faculty of Computer Systems Engineering at the Technological University of Panama (UTP) in Chiriqui, Panama.
The car industry is one of the world’s largest industries and one of the most rapidly digitized sectors. As a result, it has been able to design more sustainable, efficient and personalized vehicles that adapt to the needs of their customers.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has revolutionized many sectors, agriculture is one of them. There are many companies and entrepreneurs who have seen the potential of implementing technology in agriculture. They have invested into the implementation of sensors that monitor and collect data from agricultural activities, such as irrigation, crop cultivation and livestock feeding.
On September 13th, the IoT Digital Innovation Hub partners with DIHELP to organize a Stakeholder Workshop. The workshop attracts SMEs, startups, investors and many others, giving its attendees the opportunity to share their ideas on digital transformation in the business sector.
Technological development has taken us beyond the simple connection between people and is evolving towards a connection between all kinds of objects. Thanks to sensors and other types of mechanisms, it is possible for objects to interconnect and interact with each other.
I’m sure many of you have already heard of the Internet of Things (IoT) but you may not know exactly what it is. The internet of things is a concept which is essentially concerned with connecting all kinds of objects together in order to completely eliminate the need for human intervention. This is only possible thanks to research in various technological branches such as artificial intelligence or sensor-based information systems.
On Friday, June 1st at 5pm, the Chamber of Commerce will hold a day on the Internet of Things (IoT) with the aim of disseminating knowledge of this technology, intended for members of traditional SMEs who wish to incorporate this paradigm into their production processes.