IoT News Asia

The best IOT News from Asia and Around the World

The best IOT News from Asia and Around the World

September 7, 2017 0 comments

Every week, we bring you the best IOT news from Asia and around the world. This week, the disaster in Huston proved how open data could help in emergencies.

Read: Houston is showing us why open data should be part of every city’ disaster and recovery plan

In General:

How Asia-Pacific can become the world’s biggest IoT market –

30 Internet Of Things Executives Whose Names You Should Know –

6 Reasons Why Designing UX for IoT is So Difficult –

Organisations align IIoT efforts –


Asia Has The Potential To Become A Leader In AI – FintechNews.HK

The trouble with trying to ban ‘killer robots’ –

A robot did better than 80% of students on the University of Tokyo entrance exam –

Improving customer experience with AI & machine learning –

Forget about ‘killer robots’- even the good ones can be unpredictable –

Smart Homes and Devices:

How Safe Is Your Connected Home? –

The shape of future homes –

Moving the Cloud to the Edge –

Comcast builds out ‘smart home’ strategy as cable shrinks –

Fight Mould And Mildew With An IoT Bathroom Fan –

What happens on the internet every minute?

Smart Cities:

Fujitsu Uses Deep Learning for Infrastructure Management –


Balancing cyber security with data confidentiality –

Top 5 Actions to Prepare for the Next CrashOverride-Style Attack –


Cloud computing services opens up several new avenues for IoT market growth –


China’s Internet of Things market to exceed 4 trillion yuan –

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