IoT Agenda:

September, 2017


September 29, 2017  2:20 PM

Ericsson presents large-scale building automation test case for mesh networking

Jim Katsandres Profile: Jim Katsandres
Bluetooth, Ericsson, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, Mesh, Mesh network, nodes, Wireless, Wireless networking

Mesh networking is key to the success of the internet of things. In comparison to traditional wired counterparts, mesh networks are less expensive to implement, more adaptable and scalable, and offer greater reliability for high-traffic implementations. While niche technologies such as Thread and...

September 29, 2017  11:46 AM

Drone-scale computing: Streaming AI across the IoT nervous system will power the future

Mark Palmer Profile: Mark Palmer
Analytics, Artificial intelligence, Data scientist, drone, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications

In the United States, around 200,000 manned U.S. general aviation aircraft have been registered over the last 50 years. By contrast, 750,000 unmanned aircraft systems -- aka drones...


September 28, 2017  4:13 PM

Regional momentum takes shape at fifth annual Midwest IoT Summit

Don DeLoach Don DeLoach Profile: Don DeLoach
conference, Conferences, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, iot security

The Illinois Technology Association (ITA) has been around for a while, effectively promoting technology in Chicago and greater Illinois. Having been a CEO of several software companies and living in Chicago, this was an organization that attracted my attention a long time ago and I subsequently...


September 28, 2017  1:49 PM

Flying cars: A not-so-distant future?

Haden Kirkpatrick Profile: Haden Kirkpatrick
Internet of Things, iot, IoT hardware, self-driving car, Tesla, transportation, Uber

For generations, flying cars have been a fixture of science fiction and thus a benchmark of the future. And they've remained largely just that: science fiction. But if we broaden what we mean by flying cars, then they technically exist, and have for some time. Take the


September 28, 2017  11:07 AM

IoT and cybersecurity vulnerabilities: Volume two

Brian Berger Profile: Brian Berger
Cyberattacks, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, security in IOT

Last year, we saw the Mirai attack on IoT devices and digital cameras used as a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack on the DNS servers on the East Coast. This attack caused services from Netflix, Amazon and others to be disrupted for several hours. The


September 27, 2017  2:50 PM

How can smart cities encourage public transit ridership?

Brian Zanghi Brian Zanghi Profile: Brian Zanghi
Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, IoT applications, smart city, Smart transit, transportation, User experience, UX

A recent report by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) found that many public transit systems in major cities suffered a decline in ridership, with metropolitan...


September 27, 2017  1:05 PM

Adapting multifamily housing for the IoT revolution

Sce Pike Profile: Sce Pike
Consumer IoT, Housing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, Landlord, Landlords, renting, Smart Building, smart home

Only 35% of millennials own homes. Millennials are also the ones most likely to adopt new IoT technologies. Still, the apartments in which they live aren't equipped for this new wave of connectivity. As the on-demand and digital economies continue to boom, millennials will continue to demand...


September 27, 2017  10:44 AM

Could a connected plaster really steal your healthcare records?

Myles Bray Profile: Myles Bray
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, iot security, patient data, patient data privacy, patient data security, security in IOT

Recently, I came across an article in a newspaper that described a cool healthcare innovation: smart bandages. These bandages will use 5G and wireless networks to track the healing process. To me, this is super interesting, especially because it goes beyond typical healthcare. There are so many...


September 26, 2017  3:56 PM

Making the business case for your IoT initiative

Srinivas Bhagavatula Profile: Srinivas Bhagavatula
business case, Business model, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, ROI

The internet of things offers such exciting possibilities that it's difficult for organizations to resist the urge to chase the latest shiny object without thinking through the business case. Return on investment is what decides if (or when)


September 26, 2017  1:58 PM

The rise of the IoT security chip

Nisarg Desai Profile: Nisarg Desai
chip, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, Microcontroller, security in IOT, Silicon, tpm

With the ever-expanding landscape of the internet of things, we are now in an environment where every semiconductor and chip IP vendor is, or soon will be, launching their own "security" chip. No matter the type of IoT product, all security is moving deeper into hardware, and ultimately down to the...


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