A collection of news, articles and other featured content about Internet of Things (IoT).
Partnership with Apana will help MGM Resorts better understand operating efficiencies, improve sustainability.
4 Ways the Internet of Things Has the Power to Transform and Improve Hotel and Restaurant Operations
In this Q&A, Ken Freeman, Senior VP of Demand Creation, Legrand answers questions such as: "How will Internet of Things (IoT) affect change in the hotel of the future?"
IoT devices are leading to greater opportunities for real-time collection of data, improved integration, and low-maintenance operations, they also introduce significant security concerns.
Consumers who use digital assistants daily are much more likely to voice shop
Caribbean Princess’ OceanMedallions enable keyless entry, cashless payments, wayfinding and more.
Technology is redefining the guest experience and doing its best to make the guest feel "at home."
Many IoT devices may not provide adequate security. Here are recommendations that any hospitality business can act on immediately.
Visitors don’t need to carry cash, keys, or queue for attractions and the waterproof device functions for 200 days on a single battery charge.
e7’s design, voice control capability, and energy savings among the reasons why the hotel selected Honeywell.
INNCOM Spectre Energy Control extends occupancy detection to guestroom lights and outlets to conserve energy while also offering welcoming lights when a guest enters the room.
Similar to Bluetooth, U-Linc allows users to access and control different IoT devices from different manufacturers via a single interface.
Some hotels have already begun deploying IoT; others remain unsure how to support it.
In this executive roundtable, hospitality technology experts identify how operators can leverage available innovation and deploy strategies to foster engagement and turn guests into loyal brand ambassadors.