IoT Agenda:

October, 2017


October 5, 2017  10:17 AM

IoT and secure data centers

Rado Danilak Profile: Rado Danilak
ai, Artificial intelligence, chip, Consumer IoT, Data Center, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, iot security, voice

IoT devices and use cases are exploding. Coupled with advances in artificial intelligence (AI), they are poised to transform our lives. Interfaces are moving from touchscreen to intelligent voice control. In order for IoT devices to become ubiquitous, they must be increasingly intelligent and, at...

October 4, 2017  3:35 PM

Virtualization and IoT made for one another, but performance monitoring still essential

Dirk Paessler Profile: Dirk Paessler
Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Monitoring, Network monitoring, Network virtualization, Virtualization

In many ways, the internet of things offers the perfect use case for virtualization -- an elastic and highly adaptable environment and framework capable of adjusting to the dramatic lulls and spikes that characterize the data streams between machines. In much the same way, IoT, with what is shaping...


October 4, 2017  2:47 PM

Will consumers trust you with their connected life?

Eve Maler Profile: Eve Maler
consumer devices, consumer experience, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, iot security, security in IOT, trust

As IoT technology becomes digitally woven throughout consumers' homes, cars and wardrobes, the kind of relationships companies build with their users becomes ever more intimate and personal. When the product you sell can hear what its owners are saying, capture data on their daily activities,...


October 4, 2017  9:58 AM

Key considerations when transitioning from Pi to production

Justin Rigling Profile: Justin Rigling
board, GATEWAY, Internet of Things, iot, IoT hardware, iot security, prototype, Raspberry Pi

In my last article, I shared the pros and cons of Raspberry Pi and commercial-grade gateways for IoT prototyping. Many companies prototype with Raspberry Pi...


October 3, 2017  12:49 PM

IoT’s surprising impact on revolutionizing inventory management

Sarah Hatfield Profile: Sarah Hatfield
Data Analytics, Internet of Things, Inventory, Inventory Management, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT hardware, Supply chain

You know disruptive technologies have reached the tipping point when non-IT pros build business plans around them. This is exactly what's happening with IoT. Because of its ability to drive wide-ranging, game-changing improvements, IoT is starting to be used across all aspects of business...


October 3, 2017  10:44 AM

Mix predictive maintenance with IoT and rule public transport

Ruben van der Zwan Ruben van der Zwan Profile: Ruben van der Zwan
Customer satisfaction, Customer service, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Predictive Analytics, Predictive maintenance, Smart transit, transportation

When you take a train, you expect it to drop you off on time and without being squashed like a sardine in a can. This doesn't sound like very much to ask, yet it is. The public transport sector struggles to have its trains, buses and ferries run on time, and prevent breakdowns and accidents while...


October 2, 2017  4:36 PM

The UPS opportunity: What efficiencies are you missing in your business?

Athani Krishnaprasad Profile: Athani Krishnaprasad
ai, Customer satisfaction, Customer service, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, Predictive Analytics

UPS has saved 10 million gallons of gas, emits 22,000 tons less carbon dioxide, and delivers 350,000 more packages every year -- simply by avoiding left turns. Sounds simple, right?...


October 2, 2017  2:36 PM

How car manufacturers can safely drive the network

Ofer Amitai Profile: Ofer Amitai
Authentication, Connected car, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, iot security, Network security, PKI, Public-key infrastructure, security in IOT

Often, I get the feeling that the future is already here. My father's 1970 Ford Escort was manual, it didn't have air-conditioning, or even seat belts in the back seat, because who wore those back in the day. For some reason, though, it never crossed his mind that there was something unsafe about...


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