When it comes to connected technology, it’s hard to find an aspect of modern life that hasn’t been influenced in some way. While the majority of connected technology has improved our daily lives by streamlining our routines and enhancing experiences, not all connected innovations have been necessary or practical. Check out these links to see what happens when “smart” innovation goes a bit too far. These gadgets have us thinking “Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.”
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With more than 100,000 attendees and 2,300 exhibitors, Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is the world’s largest trade show focused on mobile technologies. At MWC 2018, Smith Micro showcased three of its wireless solutions: SafePath® Family, QuickLink® IoT and CommSuite®, met with dozens of current and potential customers/partners, and attended several of the keynotes, which focused on topics like “Creating a Better Service Provider,” “The Foundations of the Digital Economy,” and “The Fourth Industrial Revolution.”
As the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) continues to gain momentum, management challenges will continue to emerge as these systems scale. Complexity, fragmentation, system security and/or bandwidth costs are at the root of most of these growth-induced roadblocks.
To overcome these challenges, every business must approach all aspects of the IIoT in a forward-thinking manner that recognizes and accounts for the inevitable needs of system flexibility, extensibility, robustness and management efficiency. With all of the new possibilities and opportunities enabled by enterprise-scale connected systems, it is easy to overlook small details “now” that will turn into management nightmares in the future.
The mobile world can be daunting. With the variety of devices, operating systems, and wares (hardware, software, firmware … kitchenware?) it’s a wonder that anything works at all. How do phones from different manufacturers communicate with each other over infrastructure from different manufacturers using different technologies?
In a world where mobile players want to differentiate from their competition, being unique isn’t the answer; in fact, it can often mean the end. If your software is not properly designed, it can often become what is known as “throw-away code” as markets evolve and use cases adapt.