IoT Agenda:

December, 2017


December 12, 2017  9:58 AM

The Jetsons made the internet of things look so easy

Tamara Dull Tamara Dull Profile: Tamara Dull
Consumer IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, Jetsons

Jetsons or Flintstones? Astro or Dino? Rosie the Robot or ... wait, the Flintstones didn't have a household helper, did they? My mom, however, would point out that, indeed, the Flintstones had a least two helpers. Just like when we were growing up, my sister and I begged our parents to buy a...

December 11, 2017  2:19 PM

Tragedy of the commons: Why IoT regulation may be a necessary evil

Lars Lydersen Profile: Lars Lydersen
cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, regulation, Regulations, Security, security in IOT

What can sheep teach us about securing IoT? To understand the dilemma represented by the need to have secure devices, think about the problem in terms of collective ownership, like sheep grazing in a commonly owned pasture. In 1968, an evolutionary biologist named Garret Hardin published a paper...


December 11, 2017  12:29 PM

Beyond the smart building, sentience beckons

Tim Panagos Profile: Tim Panagos
#tenants, Energy Consumption, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Maintenance, Mobile app, Predictive Analytics, Smart Building, Smart contracts, smart home

What would take a building from simply "smart" to fully "sentient?" Smart involves the instrumentation of core systems to provide sensing and actuation that optimize the operations of the property. Sentience takes this a step further, using the building's smart capabilities to minimize human...


December 8, 2017  1:24 PM

Key aspects in securing the internet of things

Brian Geisel Brian Geisel Profile: Brian Geisel
Consumer IoT, consumers, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, security in IOT, vulnerability management

"Billions and billions" used to be associated with Carl Sagan and his accentuation of how large the cosmos are. Today, it's about the proliferation of connected "things" and is massively exciting! However, billions of devices also represents an incomprehensibly large number of vulnerability...


December 8, 2017  11:48 AM

Are you bored with IoT predictions?

Francisco Maroto Francisco Maroto Profile: Francisco Maroto
Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, IoT platform, iot security, Predictions, trends

At the end of the year, analysts, enterprises, experts and opportunist make many internet of things predictions. I have been collecting these...


December 7, 2017  3:13 PM

Reduce indoor air pollution with IoT-enabled biomimicry

Deepak Puri Profile: Deepak Puri
IoT hardware, pollution, Sensor, Sensors

The problem is worse in outer space, but it's pretty bad on earth too. Invisible, odorless airborne toxins and chemicals sicken people indoors. The American College of Allergists estimates that 50% of all illnesses are caused by...


December 7, 2017  12:30 PM

Collaborative lifecycle management is a key to IoT success

Dean Hamilton Profile: Dean Hamilton
Complexity, Developer, Developers, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, lifecycle management, Platform as a Service

Many organizations are excited about the potential to use the emerging internet of things for economic gain and competitive advantage. Diverse organizational entities such as municipalities, healthcare companies, manufacturers and energy producers all see the benefits of using the power of...


December 7, 2017  11:53 AM

Regulation for IoT security and data privacy

Ritesh Mehta Ritesh Mehta Profile: Ritesh Mehta
Internet of Things, iot, iot security, manufacturers, Regulations

Software development programs that implement the internet of things today have to include measures to protect privacy and strengthen security as data becomes more and more accessible via the internet and connected devices.


December 7, 2017  10:26 AM

Security in IoT: Prioritize, practice or pay the price

Erick Dean Profile: Erick Dean
Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IoT devices, iot security, IT, Machine data, malware, security in IOT, Threat management

In industries where digitization is impacting every aspect of our lives, it is somewhat surprising that security in operational technology (OT) still remains the laggard. Recent hacks to companies in the private sector, and even against nation-states, have shown that


December 6, 2017  4:51 PM

IoT, convergence and microservices: Surviving the digital feeding frenzy

Chad Dunavant Profile: Dunavant Chad
5G, Digital transformation, Internet of Things, iot, Microservices, User experience

To paraphrase a line from one of childhood's greatest movies: "I want it all, and I want it now!" Veruca Salt, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Such is the battle cry of the data generation. A generation that grew up in the digital age. They've never experienced the pain of...


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