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Along with the Internet of Things (IoT) came an array of demands, most of us are only now beginning to understand. Power supply, monitoring of IoT infrastructures, data transmission protocols and formats are a few of those. Keep yourself informed on how the IoT Monitoring world is evolving and what news are relevant.
How can IoT help distribute Covid-19 vaccines quickly and safely to billions of people? After the challenge of developing and producing immunizers, this has been the newest challenge posed by the pandemic. To get an idea, manufacturers have announced that they will have more than 12 billion doses of vaccine available for distribution by 2021. By comparison, the first wave of COVAX sent to 92 low and middle-income countries alone will double or triple UNICEF's annual routine immunization program.
In partnership with IDC, Lumen research reveals the state of Edge Computing initiatives in the manufacturing sector, addressing how they are being used and their benefits. According to the results, these initiatives still seem to be shy in manufacturing environments. Only 27% of respondents, decision-makers, stated that Edge Computing solutions are already in production at their facilities. However, 56% of them intend to start pilot projects, while 17% are expected to move from testing to production.
The Internet of Things (IoT) and the transformation it will bring about in various industries are expected to generate an extremely positive balance when comparing consumption and conservation of resources. The IoT sustainability is calculated by a study by Transforma Insights and 6GWorld, sponsored by InterDigital, which reveals the impacts that new and emerging technologies will produce in terms of power, fuel and water consumption, and electronic waste (e-waste).