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4 Common Areas for Supply Chain Improvement (News)

IoT-Busines-NewsIoT Business News is a 100% online media, focusing on the business side of the Internet of Things and Machine-to-Machine markets. This article below is originally published at IoT Business News, and its addresses crucial impact of data analytics on supply chain – in 4 major ways.

Supply chains are made up of so many interconnected moving parts that, even if the chain as a whole is functioning, there are always improvements available to make business outcomes a little better. Or a lot better. Here are four common areas for supply chain improvement organizations can achieve through data analytics.

 

  • Finding Better Ways to Manage Inventory
  • Identifying Recalls
  • Reducing Order-to-Cycle Delivery Times
  • Managing Risk

 

5G To Arrive in IoT Infrastructure by Late 2020, Says Berg Insight

Many speculations have been made about the exact arrival of 5G, the new standard for internet transmission speed. However, the reputable Swedish IoT/M2M market research firm, Berg Insight, has authentically disclosed in their report on “5G for IoT” that IoT/M2M firms must have to wait until late 2020 before they can benefit from 5G for running IoT/M2M processes. While IoT application developers might be able to start creating apps/protocols to suit the new internet standard by the late 2019’s, they will only be able to fully utilize 5G standards in an IoT ecosystem by the end of 2020.

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Ladies & Gentlemen! Here Is The World’s First IoT-Powered Running Shoe

So, up till now, we have been hearing about several amazing things/features IoT will bring to this, or that, however without any legit IoT product at hand to touch, use, and experience. This is about to change, and change will it for good; unveiled recently is the world’s first IoT-powered product which is a simple running shoe (well no longer simple I guess). This amazing and important breakthrough has been achieved by a US-based wearable technology fitness company, Sensoria. Sensoria has been at the forefront of providing world-class and technologically-advanced wearable tech products and services, exclusively for the fitness industry. Sensoria’s creation of the world’s first IoT-powered running shoe has finally moved us in the age of practical IoT application for everyday use.

 

Let’s talk about the world’s first IoT running shoe for a while. The shoe, which is a+ppropriately termed as the first “smart shoe” of the footwear industry, contains three tiny fabric-compatible sensors embedded in its planter area. The main IoT facilitating device in this shoe is the Sensoria Core, which will connect the tiny embedded sensors in the footwear to the company dedicated IoT fitness application.

 

 

The shoe is packed with a 24-hour battery life period, even on constant usage, again powered by the Sensoria Core microelectronic chip in the shoe. In other words, you can call the Sensoria Core the processor of this world’s first IoT-powered smart shoe. The good thing about this core power component in the shoe is that it has a long lifespan, and it can be re-fitted into the new smart shoe you will purchase in the future.

 

Sensoria have made this shoe exclusively for those runners who would like long-distance running routes and certainly wants to avoid additional expenses of hiring a personal fitness coach. When the runner will wear these shoes, they will provide them with real-time visual and auditory data concerning their health credentials and the set health-goals.

 

Furthermore, they have this amazing AI-powered assistant which is known as Mara, and she will detect the entire dynamics of the user’s running while guiding them on other things, as well as teaching them how to properly do “running.” This will prove highly beneficial since it will lessen the chances of error-induced injuries as well as providing better fitness with proper running dynamics. The shoe uses Bluetooth to connect with Sensoria’s app Run v2.0 on a smartphone.

 

Sensoria has a futuristic vision in which the company seeks to completely revitalize the fitness aspect and make it entirely AI and IoT based. What this means is that wearable tech for fitness will become entirely automated and intelligently smart for fitness seekers. But nevertheless, the arrival of the world’s first IoT-powered smart running shoe is a sure sign that IoT is definitely here to stay.

 

The connected number of devices by IoT is already expected to reach 31 billion by the year 2020. So far, there are no serious threats to the spread of IoT except minor encounters with malicious botnets that are accomplishing anything but the halt of IoT technology. As the evolution of IoT continues, and finally, with the arrival of physical IoT-powered products like the world’s first smart running shoe, we may expect great things by IoT in the very near future.