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The proliferation of IoT technologies and services presents businesses with an opportunity to automate the workplace and increase both employee productivity and workplace efficiencies. Our research looks at all aspects of future enterprise connectivity from hardware to software platforms, applications and devices as well as their impact on worker management, productivity, safety, and IoT enablement. Workplace automation coverage examines convergence trends, workforce management, critical communication technologies, and other enablers aimed at transforming the very nature of how enterprises and their employees operate and accomplish step changes in productivity and efficiency.

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Enterprise Mobility Management Services for Wearables

Enterprise mobility management (EMM) is becoming more and more vital for supporting enterprise wearable solutions. These devices have access to a large amount of company and client information, which could be fatal to a company’s reputation should it reach the wrong hands. EMM’s help to secure a wide range of different devices, including wearables, offering features such as two-factor authentication, data encryption, and remote control of a device, whereby the IT team can take control of the device and either remotely lock or remotely wipe it. All of this is to ensure that any data that is on the device is kept secure.


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Wearable Black Box Recorder to Track Australian Soldiers in the Field

3Q 2017

In September 2017, the Australian Defense Department announced that it will be working with telecommunications company Myriota and wearable technology company IMeasureU to develop a wearable black box, named the “Fight Recorder” for Australian soldiers. In a similar way in which the black boxes found in all aircraft work, the Fight Recorder will capture information such as accurate location data, act as a beacon when a soldier needs to be located, and send vital statistics back to headquarters.