Have you ever tried to drive in a blinding snowstorm or when the rain or fog is so thick that you can’t see in front of your car? It’s not possible! And it’s risky to even try!
So why is it that the Supply Chain in so many companies is being run without the end to end visibility needed to even function, yet which we have in our personal lives?
In this age of exponential growth in digital connectivity the time has come to ensure you have End to End Supply Chain visibility. If you carry a Smartphone you can be tracked anywhere. So why don’t you apply this technology to your Supply Chain?
As I was recruiting to hire my next CIO I knew that I wanted someone who was more than the traditional I/T person. I didn’t want someone who would just make sure the systems and computers were up and running. I wanted someone who would make a dramatic and strategic difference in the very direction of the company and its offerings.
We were a global Supply Chain, Logistics and Distribution company. The prior CIO kept the lights on, followed the instructions they were given, tried to keep costs down, and that was about it. There was no effort whatsoever to integrate or optimize systems, and instead of taking the lead in this regard just complained about the state of everything.
So the new CIO I hired needed to share a new vision. I/T was going to be at the epicentre of the strategic and operational leadership of the company. I/T was going to be a source of competitive differentiation.
Today, intelligent technologies have become an integral part of human life, and innovative equipment for your Smart Home is available for free sale.
Therefore, people with different income levels and positions in society can install the Smart Home system. Intelligent systems make life comfortable, economical and safe. In particular, fire alarms should be installed in every home.
In the world, most commercial and residential properties are equipped with automation systems or smart home systems. It is already clear that automating things and the management of an entire building provides many advantages.
For example, it reduces the cost of maintenance personnel, increases the level of comfort for guests, optimizes energy consumption, and water and gas supply, and reduces environmental damage.
The new era of home automation offers many options to create comfort and ease of performance. A modern smart home is the automated control of everything that can be controlled around you in the house.
There is a lot of routine work in the house: turn on / off, start/stop, open/close, louder / quieter, warmer / colder, etc. To perform all these actions in the home space, leaving for the weekend, coming home from work, and receiving guests, you will have to spend a decent amount of time. While all this can be done in a minute using your phone or one remote control.
In our increasingly interconnected world, driven by the Internet of Things (IoT), the realm of oil trading is experiencing a profound and unprecedented transformation.
This article will provide a comprehensive exploration of this transformative phenomenon, shedding light on how Smart Homes and IoT technologies are reshaping every aspect of oil trading and production, refinement, storage, transportation, and consumption.
The Internet of Things — IoT, for short — is made up of devices that connect to the internet and share data with each other. IoT devices include computers, laptops, smartphones, and objects that have been equipped with chips to gather and communicate data over a network.
IoT devices have become a part of the mainstream electronics culture that people have adopted into. It is estimated that there will be up to 21 billion IoT devices by 2020, impacting how we interact with basic everyday objects.
There are several things to note about the IoT as it becomes more mainstream, as a key element of the Digital Supply Chain.
The popularity of smart homes is constantly growing. After all, it is very convenient and economically beneficial in the long run. Such a house has a lot of advantages, as well as the second very important and energy-efficient attribute – solar panels.
These two technologies are designed to simplify people’s life and save them a considerable amount. Energy-smart homes are a novelty that will stay with us forever.
In terms of energy efficiency, tenant comfort, and building security, “smart buildings” are the wave of the future in building design and administration. Smart buildings may improve performance, cut costs, and provide a better experience for occupants by utilizing the latest innovations in building automation systems, data analytics, and Internet of Things technologies.
This article will examine the fundamentals of smart building technology, including how it functions, the advantages and disadvantages it presents, and the factors to take into account when designing a smart building, as well as the potential effects it may have on the construction industry and on society as a whole.
Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) is a way to monitor someone’s health through technology. Without the need to be in a traditional clinical environment, certain information about the patient’s health status is electronically sent to their doctor, who can monitor this data remotely.
Such technologies began to be developed in the 1960s. The first manned space missions required that it be possible to send data on astronauts’ blood pressure and breathing back to Earth.
Today it is no longer necessary to be in orbit to have access to these remote monitoring systems. Let’s take a look at some of them to understand how technology is changing the lives of both patients and doctors.