By Ian Bevington, Oak Innovation
There are thousands of IoT use cases focused on improvements for consumers, business, healthcare, cities. Examples include health monitoring, asset tracking, environmental monitoring, predictive maintenance and home automation.
With many more devices connected to the Internet, today’s screen-based device domination is set to be diluted by sensors, actuators, speech enabled devices and much more. 5G has been designed for a world in which billions of gadgets depend on connectivity and will adapt to the needs of individual devices. If you're streaming 4K video to a big-screen TV, it may prioritize data throughput. If 5G serves as the connection between a controller and a drone, it may prioritize fast response.
This week (8th – 11th January 2019), CES in Las Vegas is the world's gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. CES has served as a proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years. Featuring everything from smart homes to smart cities and robots to self-driving cars, CES is the global stage for next-generation innovations https://www.ces.tech/
How Can Oak Help?
Oak’s clever new health monitoring service remotely watches over your Oak applications to eliminate or minimise any service disruption. This capability is particularly useful to call recording customers where a service interruption may not be immediately apparent. The health monitoring service is currently available for RecordX, ReportX and Clarify.
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