IoT Agenda:

November, 2017


November 17, 2017  12:19 PM

IoT’s biggest threat: Systemic security flaws

David Rolfe Profile: David Rolfe
Business model, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, patching, security in IOT

Nearly every week, we read another story related to an IoT security breach or hack. For now, the vast majority of these are individual failures by vendors, but organizations are facing an existential risk as hackers focus on finding loopholes in IoT ecosystems -- not just individual technical...

November 17, 2017  11:18 AM

Augmented vs. artificial intelligence: What’s the difference?

Roei Ganzarski Profile: Roei Ganzarski
ai, Artificial intelligence, augmented, ethics, Intelligence, logic

Movies like iRobot, Chappie, Ex Machina and, of course, the classic Terminator, all portray a future where artificial intelligence is a staple part of day-to-day life. But, the promise of this futuristic technology is only in its infancy in modern day society ......


November 16, 2017  2:34 PM

The rise of general-purpose over single-purpose IoT

Tom Maher Profile: Tom Maher
Enterprise IoT, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Infrastructure, Internet of Things, iot, IoT platform, IT, platforms

When we look at the industrial IoT landscape, much of the early industry attention had been centered on single-purpose use cases. However, we're now beginning to see the various components of the IoT ecosystem evolving to enable general-purpose use cases. In reality, it's the general-purpose use...


November 16, 2017  1:04 PM

View from the edge: The action is out on the edge

Dave Laurello Profile: Dave Laurello
Edge computing, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IoT devices, IOT Network, Predictive maintenance

In all the excitement over IIoT, the domain of computing activity that may do most to translate IIoT technology into lasting business value has been somewhat overlooked. Yes, we're talking about edge computing. Of...


November 16, 2017  12:16 PM

The internet of things, database systems and data distribution, part two

Steven Graves Profile: Steven Graves
architecture, Data Management, Database, Database Systems, Databases, DDS, Distributed computing, Edge computing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data

In part one of this two-part series, I covered where, in the internet of things, data needs to be collected: on edge devices, gateways and servers in...


November 15, 2017  3:46 PM

Edge computing and AI: From theory to implementation

Ken Figueredo Profile: Ken Figueredo
ai, Artificial intelligence, Edge computing, Internet of Things, iot

The huge coverage devoted to the topics of AI and edge computing sparked an idea when I recently visited JFK Airport. My journey coincided with a severe weather storm that disrupted travel along the East Coast. This situation illustrates how customer service agents assist passengers (at the edge)...


November 15, 2017  1:38 PM

New technology in sports: Stadiums of the future, today

Adam Young Profile: Adam Young
Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, sports

Since opening in 2017, Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta has set the standard for what a stadium experience in the 21st century should look like. It is one of the most technologically advanced stadiums in the world, tricked out with a fully integrated Wi-Fi network and a revolutionary...


November 15, 2017  11:21 AM

How IoT is affecting mobile app development

Ritesh Mehta Ritesh Mehta Profile: Ritesh Mehta
Applications, apps, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, Mobile app, mobile app development, mobile apps

The internet of things is impacting mobile app development in a huge way. With the growing trend of connecting all kinds of physical devices to the web, controlling them through a smartphone is gaining fast momentum -- and for a good reason. The benefits of connected things are fairly obvious...


November 15, 2017  10:48 AM

Why manufacturers make insecure IoT devices and how you can protect them

Pedro Abreu Profile: Pedro Abreu
Compliance, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IOT Network, iot security, manufacturers, Manufacturing, Network monitoring, Regulations, security in IOT, Threat detection, visibility

Forty-eight percent of U.S. companies with IoT devices on their network have been breached, according to a recent study. All industries, including...


November 14, 2017  4:25 PM

Winning the industrial AI game: Why labeled failure data, not algorithms, is key

Rick Harlow Profile: Rick Harlow
ai, Artificial intelligence, IIoT, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data

Artificial intelligence is slowly but steadily embedding itself into the core processes of multiple industries and changing the industrial landscape in so many ways -- be it deep...


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