IoT Agenda:

May, 2017

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  3:06 PM

Botnets, ransomware and IoT viruses: Do they make you WannaCry?

Josh Garrett Profile: Josh Garrett
Botnet, botnets, DDOS, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Ransomware, Security, security in IOT, WannaCry

The recent WannaCry computer virus may have been an eye-opener for many, but we shouldn't be surprised. It certainly wasn't the first virus of this magnitude, and it won't be 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 30, 2017  4:44 PM

What do bots and Henry Ford have in common? Efficiency

Roei Ganzarski Profile: Roei Ganzarski
ai, Artificial intelligence, Bots, Digital transformation, Ford, Internet of Things, iot, robot, ROBOTS

It seems like every headline these days is either praising or despairing the impact artificial intelligence (AI) and next-gen technology will have on society, especially as it relates to the workforce. Will the introduction of AI, bots,...

May 30, 2017  1:30 PM

Smart cities and the internet of things: Changing the foundation of how we live

Andrew Till Profile: Andrew Till
Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, Smart Building, Smart cities, smart city

A great deal has been written about how the internet of things enables us to increase efficiency and simplify our lives. Lights will be turned on for us as we walk into rooms. We'll be able to sit back as our cars drive for us. Our cities will be safer and each of us will be...

May 30, 2017  12:14 PM

Traveling through enterprise IoT with gateways

James Kirkland Profile: James Kirkland
Data Analytics, Data Center, Data Management, Enterprise IoT, GATEWAY, Gateways, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, IOT Network

In my last blog, I laid out the three-tier architecture recommended for enterprise IoT implementations. Given the need for rapid information delivery, some might...

May 26, 2017  2:09 PM

The internet of platforms: The success of IoT depends on them

Adebayo Onigbanjo Profile: Adebayo Onigbanjo
IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT platform, platform, Platform Solutions, platforms

So, it feels like we have been talking about the internet of things forever. And as someone that is a guilty party, I think it is only fair to share what I am seeing and what I believe will happen next. When Kevin Ashton used the term "internet of things" back in the year 2000, he referenced a...

May 26, 2017  12:59 PM

IoT and CSPs: The endpoint myth, monetization realities and guidance for the future

Sachin Kurlekar Profile: Sachin Kurlekar
3G, 3GPP, Communications, CSP, Internet of Things, iot, LPWAN, LTE, ROI, Service providers, standards

Over the last few years, communication service providers (CSPs) and telcos found themselves marginalized, becoming network pipe providers while OTT companies reaped the benefits of 3G/LTE. With numerous industry analysts predicting that billions of IoT endpoints will be connected by 2020, CSPs hope...

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 25, 2017  11:50 AM

Putting legacy systems at the heart of IoT

Jason Kay Jason Kay Profile: Jason Kay
Digital transformation, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, Legacy applications, legacy hardware, Legacy systems, Supply chain

Amidst all the talk about connected devices, big data and business intelligence, businesses are being bombarded with the message "disrupt or be disrupted." Recent research has revealed that 81% of CIOs believe legacy...

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