IoT Agenda:

July, 2017


July 25, 2017  4:03 PM

IoT and testing: The new rules of engagement

Antony Edwards Profile: Antony Edwards
Android Testing, Automated Testing, Automation testing, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, Manual Testing, User acceptance testing, User experience, User Testing, UX

The internet of things market continues to expand rapidly with the installed base of IoT devices now forecasted to grow to a staggering 31 billion by 2020. Traditional testing approaches are simply not going to be able to test this new massively interconnected world of different devices, created by...

July 25, 2017  12:33 PM

Why everyone should care about the internet of things

Lona Dallessandro Profile: Lona Dallessandro
Consumer IoT, definition, Enterprise IoT, Google, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Predictive maintenance

I sometimes Google a word or a phrase, just to see what the search engine algorithms is de facto defining it to be these days. USA Today even published an article once about the value in Googling yourself, but that's a topic for a different post. In any case, I decided recently to...


July 25, 2017  11:07 AM

How OT managers can improve their batting average

James Kirkland Profile: James Kirkland
Data Analytics, Data Management, information technology, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, IT, IT convergence, Operational technology

It's summer. Time for cookouts, kicking back and enjoying that all-American sport, baseball. I love baseball, in part due to its seemingly eternal rhythm. You root for your team. You listen to the same recognizable announcer's voice calling the shots and grab tickets for your favorite seats. The...


July 24, 2017  3:05 PM

Life-or-death decisions: How do we safeguard healthcare IoT?

Simon Moffatt Profile: Simon Moffatt
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, Connected Health, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, security in IOT

There is no doubt that we have moved into the growth stage of the internet of things, as devices, things and connected services have very much become a part of the consumer/commercial conversation. Today -- driven by the success of Google Home, Alexa, Nest and other systems -- IoT-related devices...


July 21, 2017  3:04 PM

Smart farming: The future of agriculture

Josh Garrett Profile: Josh Garrett
Agriculture, farm, farmers, farms, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Pest, Profit, Regulations, Water

I've written about some of the changes...

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July 21, 2017  12:57 PM

Here be dragons: Bitcoin and the internet of things

David Rolfe Profile: David Rolfe
Bitcoin, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Payment system, payments

For any currency to be usable for IoT, there are some non-negotiable requirements:


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...


July 20, 2017  12:52 PM

Tornado warning: Commingling of public and IoT clouds?

James Cabe James Cabe Profile: James Cabe
Botnet, cloud, Cloud Computing, Cloud service providers, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Public Cloud, security in IOT

Clouds are tricky things. It's hard to tell where the foundations of a cloud reside. You could point at the physical infrastructure. Some of the best side-channel attacks target hardware. There is the operating system that runs everything. And there is the middleware, billing, hypervisors, drivers...


July 20, 2017  11:07 AM

Silicon-layer security essential to preventing life-threatening IoT attacks

Art Swift Profile: Art Swift
cybersecurity, Data breach, Data-security, Embedded devices, Hardware security, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, security in IOT, Silicon

Even by the hysterical standards of the media, the past few months have seen an absolute avalanche of data breach stories. From hospitals to burger chains, credit bureaus to law firms, the headlines have been saturated with news of personal and financial data being lost, stolen or accidentally...


July 19, 2017  1:00 PM

Generating revenue with IoT learning loops

James Branigan Profile: James Branigan
Artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, learning, loops, Machine learning, Predictive maintenance

Industrial investment in IoT is first and foremost about creating value. Whatever your specific scenarios may be, opportunities begin with the ability to know the state of your machines and the world around them at each moment in time. This data becomes fuel for predictive maintenance, yield...


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