IoT Agenda:

August, 2016

August 18, 2016  9:50 AM

IT’s critical role in industrial IoT

Dirk Paessler Profile: Dirk Paessler
Connected Data, IIoT, Industrial IT, Internet of Things, iot, M2M, Network infrastructure, Network monitoring

While the internet of things receives a great deal of attention these days, its vision may not become a reality for some time. My refrigerator is not connected to the internet, and I suspect that your...

August 10, 2016  12:21 PM

The user interface: See me, feel me, touch me, heal me

Jerome Rota Profile: Jerome Rota
Internet of Things, iot, UI, User experience, User Interface

It's happened so organically that it's easy to overlook just how impressive the advancements in voice interfaces truly are. In May, the conversational capabilities of Assistant held center stage at...

August 10, 2016  10:35 AM

Breaking all the things at Black Hat

Robert Richardson Robert Richardson Profile: Robert Richardson
Black Hat, Bluetooth flaw, Internet of Things, iot, iot security

The Black Hat conference has long been the security conference where speakers announce fairly frightening breaks in security. In the past, a lot of the energy went into targeting desktop and mobile operating systems, along with a steady stream of ways to convert the uncharted territory in widely...

August 9, 2016  1:22 PM

Creating a connected enterprise: It’s not rocket science

Anubhav Dwivedi Profile: Anubhav Dwivedi
Azure, Connected Data, Internet of Things, iot

The internet of things is more than things -- devices and sensors -- and their connectivity – internet -- with IT Infrastructure. The real definition of IoT starts when these IoT-enabled things reveal...

August 8, 2016  12:02 PM

Reinvent supply chain operations the IoT way

Dhavan Rathore Profile: Dhavan Rathore
Big Data analytics, Internet of Things, iot, Mobile & Enterprise Application Development, Real time analytics, Supply Chain analysis, Supply Chain Management

Gartner predicted that by 2020, the internet of things will add an estimated $1.9 trillion to the global economy. As such, it would only be fair to say that the world is witnessing its 4th industrial revolution, driven by the phenomenal adoption of

August 5, 2016  10:44 AM

Major league IoT platforms: Eight giants to watch

Gary Orenstein Gary Orenstein Profile: Gary Orenstein
Amazon, AT&T, Cisco, GE, Google, IBM, Internet of Things, iot, IoT platform, Microsoft, platforms, Verizon

We are witnessing an all-out race among technology vendors to firmly establish themselves with the internet of things. With such urgency to capture the mind of enterprise architects, the largest technology companies have moved quickly to showcase unique IoT solutions. And while there are...

August 4, 2016  10:25 AM

Cloud connectivity and closed source: The Achilles heel of home IoT

Art Swift Profile: Art Swift
Internet of Things, iot, iot security, smart home

We all know that the internet of things is finding its way into more and more of our daily lives. Few cars manufactured today aren’t pre-loaded with dozens of microcomputers and sensors, controlling everything from entertainment systems to exhaust emissions, for example. But the place where the...

August 3, 2016  10:56 AM

Navigating reliable IoT connectivity with LPWA

Phil Marshall Phil Marshall Profile: Phil Marshall
Internet of Things, iot, Network storage, networking standards, Wireless communications, Wireless standards

Wireless connectivity is inherent to IoT, and while most IoT solutions rely on local, personal and proximity-based connectivity (e.g., Zigbee, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and RFID), there are currently over 300 million IoT devices that use

August 2, 2016  10:29 AM

Things are just a means to an end: New user experiences

Johan den Haan Profile: Johan den Haan
Applications, apps, Big Data, Internet of Things, iot, Machine learning, User experience

We're at an inflection point in the history of business. Technologies like IoT, big data and machine learning promise to reshape entire industries. According to McKinsey, IoT alone

August 2, 2016  10:13 AM

Telepresence robotics with Nao and Kinect

Thomas Endres Profile: Thomas Endres
augmented reality, Kinect, NAO, robot, Robotics, Telepresence

Most of you have likely seen the film Avatar. In this movie, Jake Sully takes control over the humanoid body of a so called Na'vi, one of the indigenous people of the planet Pandora. The technical foundation for such a technology is...

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