IoT Agenda:

March, 2017


March 14, 2017  1:06 PM

A smart city should be a prepared city

Brian Zanghi Brian Zanghi Profile: Brian Zanghi
Disaster Preparedness/Recovery, Internet of Things, iot, Smart cities, smart city, Smart transit

If you want to see an urban emergency manager sweat, just mention one name: Katrina. Among the most destructive and deadly hurricanes in American history, the 2005 storm is likely the definition of "disaster" for anyone who watched it unfold in news coverage and over social media -- as much for...

March 13, 2017  5:24 PM

The future of the IoT-enabled smart home

Haomiao Huang Profile: Haomiao Huang
Artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, iot, Machine learning, smart home

What if I told you that the internet of things will completely eliminate burglaries? Seem pretty extreme? Or what if I said it could end domestic violence? These are bold predictions, but I strongly believe that life will be fundamentally different with smart homes powered by artificial...


March 13, 2017  10:32 AM

Top five markets disrupted by sharing economy apps

Harry Wang Harry Wang Profile: Harry Wang
apps, Mobile, Mobile app, Uber

Sharing economy apps like Airbnb, Uber and HomeAdvisor have the ability to thrive and disrupt incumbent industries. We have identified the five top markets that could become the next frontier of digital disruption, including car sharing, vehicle repair and maintenance, self-storage, tech support...


March 10, 2017  12:20 PM

IoT M&A update 2016: Break-out year

James Turino Profile: James Turino
Acquisition, Acquisitions, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, Merger, Mergers, Mergers & Acquisitions

IoT M&A update

2016 was a record year in the IoT sector with a total of 127 transactions, reflecting a nearly 60% increase in transaction volume compared to 2015 and an unprecedented total disclosed transaction value of $39.9 billion. The biggest deal, responsible for a significant...


March 10, 2017  11:27 AM

The top 10 topics and buzzwords of Mobile World Congress 2017

Terry Hughes Profile: Terry Hughes
5G, augmented reality, Connected car, GATEWAY, Internet of Things, iot, MWC, robot, Robotics, Virtual Reality

Every time I attend Mobile World Congress, which was last week in Barcelona, I compile a list of the top 10 hot topics and buzz phrases that I see across presentations, exhibitors and on-site events. So here goes the 2017 countdown, starting at number 10 and building up to the most popular phrase...


March 9, 2017  3:16 PM

Your device is insecure. Use a gateway.

Gordon Haff Profile: Gordon Haff
GATEWAY, Gateways, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Security

Attend an IoT event and it's a safe bet that at least one of the talks will prominently feature hand wringing, humor or despair about the security of IoT endpoint devices. Speaking at the Linux Foundation's Open Source Leadership Summit, security expert


March 9, 2017  12:19 PM

IoT security: It takes a village

Sanjay Khatri Profile: Sanjay Khatri
Authentication, Data-security, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, iot security

The cybersecurity landscape is in a constant state of flux. One that has advanced rapidly as cyberattackers and defenders engage in a digital arms race. Historically, cybersecurity threats were limited to computer viruses; the motivations behind them ranging from geeks in the attic writing them...


March 8, 2017  3:55 PM

IoT is everywhere — your security should be too

Jonathan Nguyen Duy Profile: Jonathan Nguyen Duy
Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Network security, Risk management

Over a million new IoT devices are being connected to the internet daily. Experts predict that as many as 25 to 50 billon IoT devices and sensors will be deployed by 2020, for an average of 4.3 internet-connected devices for every man, woman and child on the planet.


March 8, 2017  1:29 PM

Forgotten factors that could take down IIoT

Jason Andersen Jason Andersen Profile: Jason Andersen
Enterprise IoT, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, IoT data, IoT devices, Legacy systems

When it comes to IoT adoption in the industrial space, I've often found that operators worry about how they're going to run before they can even walk. What this means is industrial operators let certain barriers to entry -- primarily security and availability -- keep them from even starting on...


March 8, 2017  11:55 AM

Three actions for mitigating information risk in your IoT foundation

Maria Horton Profile: Maria Horton
Compliance, Data compliance, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Risk management, Security compliance

As businesses seek internet of things adoption to enhance the information supply chain for customer solutions, many security woes emerge. With increased devices and connections in the IoT and cloud ecosystem, chief officers (CXOs) must...


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