Business outcomes ride on the performance of the fleet. Smart transportation solutions built on Intel IoT technologies enable businesses to increase fleet productivity using advanced sensing, interconnected big data, and intelligent features embedded in vehicles and the environment.

Using an Intel® IoT Gateway and an Arduino 101 board, project teams can rapidly adapt existing Intel® IoT path-to-product solutions to address novel business needs.
Ford CEO Mark Fields today told attendees of the North American International Auto Show that his company is about mobility not just selling more cars. In front of a giant screen at Detroit's Joe Louis Arena the Ford boss said that bikesharing would play a big role in the cities of the future.

Recognizing dangerous behaviors with predictive analytics and machine learning complements current airport security measures and helps create a safer environment from baggage claim to the runways.

Explore Intel's vision for autonomous driving which includes a portfolio that delivers an end-to-end platform spanning the vehicle, communication, and data center.

The top takeaways in IoT for December 7-December 14, 2016 have the first technology trend predictions for the coming year, a retrospective on 2016 and fog computing, plus insights and tips for building commercial IoT solutions with the Intel® IoT Developer Kit.

The largest deal in the history of the semiconductor industry has been made. Semiconductors have a big effect on society and our daily lives, and US-based Qualcomm is buying up NXP - the Dutch global semiconductor giant - in a $47bn deal.

This week’s top takeaways in IoT: Safeguarding IIOT, HPE’s channel plan, the 2016 IoT 50 and more.

This week’s top takeaways in IoT: Intel adds IoT executive Tom Lantzch to beef up market expertise; hackers create IoT botnet and offer it for an hourly rate; 10 IoT fundamentals put projects on path to success; plus Gerdau and GE team up with predictive maintenance for better equipment performance.

These eight tips can help give IoT environments the security they need to meet enterprise IT requirements. As IoT devices move into the enterprise and across industries, the vulnerability they bring to the network and businesses is becoming frighteningly apparent. Only weeks ago, hacked Web cameras contributed to a portion of the Internet going down.


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