IoT Agenda:

product development


September 21, 2017  10:52 AM

Seven essential tips for a successful IoT product development partnership

Mitch Maimam Profile: Mitch Maimam
Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, product development

In the past, working with an IoT product development firm often meant simply handing off a set of requirements and then meeting up to review the results. Yet today, engineers and industrial designers are increasingly working together in a collaborative partnership that involves an ongoing exchange...

July 20, 2017  4:55 PM

How to evaluate when IoT does not fit

Mitch Maimam Profile: Mitch Maimam
Development, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, product development

Here at our firm, we are at the leading edge of developing many, many IoT products and potential products. With IoT, it is important to recognize the enduring principals that lead to long-term, successful products. Just as importantly, you need to know when IoT doesn't make sense, and here...


May 17, 2017  12:14 PM

Making IoT more developer-friendly for the greater good of humanity

Don Reeves Profile: Don Reeves
Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, iot security, product development

Developers today face similar challenges with the internet of things that they did at the peak of the dot-com boom. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, a variety of solutions had been introduced to facilitate machine-to-machine networking. They had names like CellNet, Hexagram and Whisper; and today...


April 3, 2017  12:31 PM

Build IoT devices on a platform that accepts modules and standard interfaces

Kim Rowe Profile: Kim Rowe
"IoT" "SOA" "ÉA", Adding intelligent, Cloud networking, Enterprise IoT, Intelligent Application Gateway, Internet of Things, iot, IoT sensors, product development, Sensors, Smart sensors

Modularity and standardization represent two major strategies for dealing with complexity. If a given function can be contained within a defined physical or abstract (read: software) space and be defined by its interfaces and their functions, it and others can be used to build very large systems,...


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