IoT Agenda:

September, 2017


September 14, 2017  1:09 PM

IoT: Unlikely hero for cargo crimes

Neil Hamilton Neil Hamilton Profile: Neil Hamilton
GSM, Insurance, Internet of Things, Inventory Management, iot, IOT Network, Tracking system, ussd, Wireless

Tracking and monitoring cargo is costly, but with new technology it's far cheaper than the alternative of losing $15-$30 billion annually in cargo crimes and stolen goods. Now, IoT is...

September 14, 2017  11:12 AM

Avoid data gridlock by offloading internet traffic at the digital edge

Ryan Mallory Profile: Ryan Mallory
cloud, Connectivity, Data Management, Edge computing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IoT hardware, Network infrastructure, QoE

As more and more companies become part of the internet of things supply chain, the possibilities for business opportunities grow alongside the digital transformation. But with existing application traffic already straining beleaguered enterprise WANs, how do you avoid the data gridlock that is...


September 13, 2017  3:35 PM

Industrial IoT security: Is risk increasing?

Stan Schneider Profile: Stan Schneider
IIC, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, Interoperability, iot, iot security, Risk management, security in IOT

Recently, as more applications get serious about implementing IIoT designs, I get an increasing number of questions from insurance company executives. The most common question: what is the risk in the industrial internet of things? Their theme seems to be: Connecting things is just too risky. We...


September 13, 2017  2:19 PM

Taking a collective intelligence approach to IoT

Klaus Michael Vogelberg Profile: Klaus Michael Vogelberg
Data integration, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT hardware, IoT sensors, Predictive maintenance

I'm a believer in the power of collective intelligence to increase operational efficiency, accuracy and sustainability. Enterprise outcomes exponentially improve when people, technology and data connect to deliver a fully informed approach to conducting business. Emerging, rapidly democratizing...


September 13, 2017  11:10 AM

IoT knife fight: OT or IT? Part one

James Cabe James Cabe Profile: James Cabe
information technology, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, IT, Operational technology, SCADA, security in IOT

A looming management problem

Boy Scouts was a fun time for me. Yes, I looked like a dork in my shorts and high socks. The proverbial cute girls in a convertible even singled me out one time while I was selling Scout show tickets door-to-door. While they were making fun of me, whistling...


September 12, 2017  4:28 PM

Pi or production: Choosing a best-fit IoT gateway prototype

Justin Rigling Profile: Justin Rigling
Connectivity, GATEWAY, Gateways, Internet of Things, iot, IoT hardware, power, prototype, Raspberry Pi

Gateways play a critical role in IoT applications. They manage end devices in a complex environment, collect and analyze data from these devices, and communicate aggregated...


September 12, 2017  3:40 PM

Embracing the Emergent Era

Jason Cline Profile: Jason Cline
Collaboration, Data Management, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data

Have you ever felt like the world is moving at a faster pace than, say, a decade ago? Well that feeling is a reality. In fact, we tend to check our phones at least 74 times a day, as opposed to 33 times a day from just a few years ago in 2013. And, we're even walking 10% faster than we did 10 years...


September 12, 2017  1:53 PM

The IoT journey for manufacturers: Concept, production and beyond

Sachin Kurlekar Profile: Sachin Kurlekar
Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT hardware, IOT Network, manufacturer, manufacturers, OEM, PCB, User experience

Many articles written about the internet of things focus on collecting data insights, yet few explain the IoT journey itself. Navigating the path to connect appliances and start generating data is easier if companies understand best practices, as well as how to recognize potential...


September 11, 2017  3:42 PM

Smart cities and free lunches

Ken Figueredo Profile: Ken Figueredo
City, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Smart cities, smart city, Smart lighting

City administrators must find the very idea of becoming a smart city quite overwhelming. For many of them, it is a completely new field of expertise. It calls for practical knowledge of change management procedures, cross-organizational innovation and a raft of new technologies. The smart cities...


September 11, 2017  11:10 AM

Getting serious about IoT security with execs

Gordon Haff Profile: Gordon Haff
Internet of Things, iot, iot security, IT security, Regulations, regulatory compliance, Risk management, security in IOT, Security Planning

The security of connected devices is a charged topic. Breaches make for headlines, unhappy customers, fines and firings. As a result, if you're considering an IoT project,...


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