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June 27, 2017  11:16 AM

Cloud architecture for IoT: Knowledge, teamwork key

Jonathan Fries Profile: Jonathan Fries
architect, cloud, Cloud architecture, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, Software development

When it comes to IoT, there is a lot of complexity and fluidity in the systems. Suddenly, computers can be and do almost anything, including advanced learning. And, like with CoAP...

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June 22, 2017  4:36 PM

IoT’s next role: Supporting the tech-powered personalization of customer experience

Klaus Michael Vogelberg Profile: Klaus Michael Vogelberg
Automation, Chatbot, cloud, Customer personalization, Data integration, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Personalization, User experience

A computer more powerful than the one that helped send men to the moon resides inside many of our pockets or handbags. Smartphones are firmly an important and commonplace tool at the center of connecting a growing ecosystem of IoT-linked devices. They can host and analyze data streaming virtually...


June 22, 2017  2:01 PM

Making sense of IoT interoperability

Ken Figueredo Profile: Ken Figueredo
GATEWAY, Internet of Things, Interoperability, iot, IoT applications, standards

In the beginning, we had M2M. Then came IoT. With the industrial IoT and challenges around IT/OT integration, we see terms like cloud, edge and fog computing. Now, the hot-topic term is interoperability. Interoperability appeals to a technology industry that routinely churns through new...


June 12, 2017  12:22 PM

Lighting the way to the future of IoT

Daniel Cooley Profile: Daniel Cooley
Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, LED Light, lighting, Smart Building, Smart bulb, smart home

From the candlestick to the first lightbulb patented by Thomas Edison 140 years ago, lighting has always been a necessity. Whether it's in the home or the workplace, lighting simply needs to work. Next-generation smart lights are no different.


June 6, 2017  2:13 PM

IT leaders are looking in the wrong places for IoT talent: The solution involves a platform approach

Johan den Haan Profile: Johan den Haan
Application development, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IT employees, it management, Management, Talent acquisition, Talent management

Many IT organizations face growing demand from the business to build new innovative and connected experiences. The goal is for these IoT applications is to create new products and services, provide better customer...


June 5, 2017  1:14 PM

Why businesses shouldn’t narrow their focus on ‘things’ in IoT product design

Christoph Ruef Profile: Christoph Ruef
Consumer IoT, Design, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications

There's no doubt about it -- the internet of things era has begun. But businesses that want to take advantage of the much-hyped IoT trend must do much more than simply build in connectivity. As recently as February, analyst firm 0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend


May 31, 2017  3:44 PM

Ultra-clean IoT PCBs assure high reliability

Zulki Khan Profile: Zulki Khan
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, IIoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT hardware, PCB, PCB design software

IoT devices going into military/aerospace, medical and/or highly specialized industrial applications demand ultra-high reliability so they operate properly according to their tight specifications. That means the


May 31, 2017  2:14 PM

Benefits of an open source approach to IoT application enablement

Dima Tokar Dima Tokar Profile: Dima Tokar
Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Open source, Open source software

Enterprises and service providers building IoT solutions evaluate myriad software and hardware options to assemble an IoT stack. Typically, middleware requirements are met by using an IoT application enablement platform (AEP). AEPs are a fundamental building block and interface with almost...


May 25, 2017  4:28 PM

How could the internet of things save the planet?

Rob Martens Profile: Rob Martens
Consumer IoT, Earth, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT sensors, science, Smart cities

To many consumers, the internet of things is embodied in "gadget-like" products that leverage simple sensors and connectivity to deliver an experience. The initial wave of those consumer-grade products generated lots of excitement about their potential, and just as many concerns and complaints...


May 24, 2017  10:32 AM

Five foreseeable failures that will hit IoT

David Rolfe Profile: David Rolfe
Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT hardware, iot security

The real danger in IoT development is that posed by early, apparent "success"

There's a huge difference between a prototype implementation that covers a...


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