50 Billion Devices Connected by 2020?  Beyond the Hype and Into Reality

Posted by Syed Zaeem "Z" Hosain on November 30, 2016 at 6:00 AM
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Aeris_Blog_50bil.jpgFor half a decade, the predictions for growth in the Internet of Things and Machine-to-Machine markets have been staggering:

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How do you ensure profitability in this solar market, especially after the election? This webinar offers a solid, proven plan.

Posted by Cheryle Custer on November 22, 2016 at 12:48 PM
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“[The President-elect Trump and the Republican Congress agenda] could result in a wholesale dismantling of many of the solar incentives and policies at the federal level."

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Topics: IoT, events, Solar

How IoT Enhances Education

Posted by Cheryle Custer on November 21, 2016 at 6:00 AM
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Neo_Blog_Education.jpgOnce seen as the bane of classroom attention spans, Internet of Things connected devices are now becoming standard operational and teaching tools in schools where they enhance how students interact with information, make it easier for schools to monitor and address student safety, and reduce many stresses for students, teachers, and parents.

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Hear From VehSmart How Vehicle Telematics Run on Aeris Connectivity

Posted by Trystan L. Bass on November 16, 2016 at 6:00 AM
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The commercial vehicle telematics market is projected to grow to 47.58 billion USD by 2020, with a combination of OEM, fleet, and specialty telematics providers offering services to consumers who are demanding connected car features. Southern California’s VehSmart is ahead of the curve with a complete safety and driver support system for autos, motorcycles, and fleets that optimizes cellular connectivity from Aeris.

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Connected Car Apps: DIY the Car of the Future

Posted by Trystan L. Bass on November 8, 2016 at 6:00 AM
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Aeris_Blog_ConnectedCarApps.jpgEven if you can afford a new car this year, you might just enjoy hacking together your own version of the connected car of the future instead of buying the latest $50,000 fully electric car. If you have an iPhone or Android phone and about a hundred bucks, you can add a device to your current car that will sync with an app and provide a few of the Internet of Things features that will become standard as connected cars are made by every automaker.

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Topics: IoT, connected car