IoT Agenda:

February, 2017


February 17, 2017  12:27 PM

TransLoc brings smart transit system to the Research Triangle

Sharon Shea Sharon Shea Profile: Sharon Shea
Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Mobile app, smart city, Smart transit, transportation

Every commuter has experienced the untimely misfortune of a delayed or cancelled bus, train or plane. Yet in today's day and age of connectivity and smart transit, no one should be left asking, "Where's my bus?", let alone wondering what the best transit route is. One company ready to give...

February 16, 2017  1:47 PM

We need a totally new approach to consent and privacy for the IoT era

Eve Maler Profile: Eve Maler
Consumer IoT, Data privacy, Enterprise IoT, identity, Identity & Access Management, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, privacy, Regulations

Historically, businesses have been able to treat user consent purely as a risk management exercise, something they have to do simply for privacy compliance. However, the rise of the internet of things combined with a fast-changing regulatory environment means this mindset needs to change -- and...


February 15, 2017  3:19 PM

Four essential characteristics of a cloud-based IoT monetization engine

Michael Beamer Profile: Michael Beamer
billing, Billing software, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications

Internet of things solutions are constantly evolving and producing massive amounts of data at an unprecedented rate. In order for these products or services to be successful, they require a cloud-based monetization engine to handle the avalanche of information that IoT provides. But while most...


February 15, 2017  11:24 AM

Strategies for thriving in the age of IoT

Tejas Vashi Profile: Tejas Vashi
Digital transformation, Internet of Things, iot, IT professional, Leadership, Skills

The age of the dinosaurs came to an abrupt end with the arrival of a large meteor. As the huge reptiles died off, the quicker, nimbler creatures adapted and rose up. Today's digital transformation of business and government is having a similar effect, making short work of organizations that do not...


February 14, 2017  3:33 PM

The digital transformation of industrial organizations

Jennifer Waldo Profile: Jennifer Waldo
Digital transformation, Digitization, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, Talent acquisition

Today's cities, factories, power plants, oil rigs, hospitals and industries are changing. The rise of the industrial internet, big data and other trends are reshaping how industrial companies need to identify, hire, skill and manage talent. Much is being discussed about digital transformation...


February 14, 2017  10:24 AM

The smart city and the edible spoon: Improve sustainability with IoT

Brian Zanghi Brian Zanghi Profile: Brian Zanghi
Internet of Things, iot, Sensors, smart city, Smart meter

A decade ago, spurred by his concerns over the amount of waste plastic utensils created, an entrepreneurial Indian scientist had this idea: Why put in the landfill what you can (nutritiously) put in your stomach? So Narayana Peesapaty decided to


February 13, 2017  6:18 PM

Whit Diffie on IoT privacy and security

Rod Schultz Profile: Rod Schultz
Internet of Things, iot, iot security, PKI, privacy

Whitfield (Whit) Diffie is a giant in the crypto world. Whit sat down with Rubicon Labs for an extensive Q&A interview that we publish as the mammoth RSA Conference gets underway this week in...


February 13, 2017  2:06 PM

Not just for cryptocash: How blockchain tech could help secure IoT

Suraj Kumar Profile: Suraj Kumar
Blockchain, Internet of Things, iot, iot security

The internet of things isn't coming, it's already here. New healthcare, industrial, home and personal devices are being connected every day, right under our noses. Gartner predicts that by 2020, nearly 21 billion IoT devices...


February 9, 2017  4:47 PM

IoT and cloud security for enterprises

Julian Weinberger Profile: Julian Weinberger
Cloud Security, Encryption, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, VPN

Technology advances like the internet of things, big data and cloud-based services have generated an explosion in the number of IP connections. To keep them secure, all connections must be underpinned by basic cybersecurity measures comprising cryptographic keys and digital certificates that are...


February 9, 2017  2:24 PM

IoT Evolution Expo seeks connections

Robert Richardson Robert Richardson Profile: Robert Richardson
Connectivity, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Wireless

At IoT Evolution Expo in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., one question that emerged repeatedly was how best to build IoT infrastructures that can then be leveraged for new uses, uses that we haven't necessarily yet devised. Speakers mentioned commercial


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