As laws have become very strict in limiting device usage while driving, the need for instant, streamlined communication is more pertinent than ever. This is especially true for delivery drivers and vehicle fleet management companies. Solution providers such as Wireless Communications and Electronics are working with transportation industry customers and using IoT solutions to keep their operations safe, efficient and connected with the push of a button.  
Traditional agriculture companies have for years applied the same tried-and-true tools to plant and harvest their crops. Now, organizations from the small farmer to industrial farming corporations are realizing the potential that IoT technology has in the crop growing and harvesting process. This fall, a farm automation project, Hands Free Hectare, successfully harvested its first crop using only autonomous vehicles and drones.  
Every worker, tool, machine, and widget on your factory floor holds a wealth of information that improve your operations. What if you could set that data free?
The Internet of Things (IoT) is advancing a new breed of smart buildings that are better aligned with the priorities of property owners and managers. 
A combination of context awareness, machine learning and an optimized processing architecture makes advanced, low-latency voice analysis, processing and response possible on edge devices.
Throughout history technological advancements have moved the field of medicine forward by leaps and bounds. One of today’s most widely used surgical tools, the endoscope, an instrument made up of a teeny video camera and fiber optic light source, is getting a helping hand from IoT technology capabilities. 
In 2050, the world will have more than 2 billion people over the age of 60, which is double the number today, according to a Bank of America Merrill Lynch Research study. In response, the healthcare market is moving toward IoT-based remote care tools that allow patients to monitor health issues from home. Distributed healthcare is getting a booster shot with the launch of the Intel Health Application Platform. 
Big data analytics and Internet of Things technologies provide the critical backbone to enable telemedicine providers to improve security, device inoperability, treatment decision making, solution scalability, and access convenience. 
Have you ever wondered what fitness and training might be like in the future?
A new 17-qubit quantum computing chip foretells increased emphasis on new architectures to solve the data-crunching problems that arise for IoT and advanced research.

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