Mayuri Patel is a Marketing Associate at eInfochips. Prior to joining Einfochips, Mayuri has completed her B.E. in Electronics & Communication from Gujarat Technological University, Mehsana. In her spare time, Mayuri is interested in Drawing, Travelling and studying new technologies.
The future growth of IoT depends on how securely we can transfer the data from device sensors to cloud and across analytical platforms. The issue of “IoT security” has become more prominent in the wake of recent hacking attacks like Dyn server disintegration and “Wannacry”
Logistics service providers (LSPs) are witnessing a drastic transformation in their business operations due to the advent of Internet of Things. This is impacting their entire value chain from raw materials to inbound and outbound transportation, production workflows, warehousing and distribution.
Before the onset of the smartphone era, Bluetooth used to be the de facto connectivity standard in transferring data from one phone to another; usually, audio, videos and picture files. Now in its latest avatar, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), or Bluetooth Smart, the technology is making a full-fledged