IoT Agenda:

April, 2018


April 17, 2018  12:04 PM

Awakening the potential of IoT with programming languages

Karina Popova Profile: Karina Popova
C, embedded, Embedded devices, Embedded software, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, programming language, Programming Languages

In IoT, a tiny circuit used for one purpose accumulates data from sensors and transmits it to the server in a uniform time interval. Once upon a time, specialized embedded processors required electronics knowledge and restrictive languages. Nowadays, you can just pick up an Arduino and write a few...

April 17, 2018  10:52 AM

Boost built-in IIoT security with VPNs

Julian Weinberger Profile: Julian Weinberger
Authentication, Certificates, cybersecurity, end to end encryption, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Managed VPNs, patching, Virtual Private Network, VPN

According to Gartner, IIoT devices are projected to reach 3.17 billion units in 2020. This includes manufacturing field devices, process sensors...


April 16, 2018  1:22 PM

A new era for the connected mobile ecosystem

Tim Sherwood Tim Sherwood Profile: Tim Sherwood
Connectivity, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, Mobile, mobile network, Mobility, SIM, SIM card, Wireless

In a world that is increasingly digital and virtual, the use of embedded SIMs (eSIM) and soft SIMs are starting to gather pace. Simply put, a device with an eSIM comes with a SIM chip built in, straight out of the box. A device with a soft SIM doesn't have any SIM hardware at all; the SIM...


April 16, 2018  12:50 PM

The IoT evolution versus IoT revolution debate in the Cognitive Age

Francisco Maroto Francisco Maroto Profile: Francisco Maroto
ai, Artifical Intelligence, Enterprise IoT, IIoT, Internet of Things, iot, robot, Robotics, ROBOTS

During all my years evangelizing the internet of things, I have been explaining to customers, partners and friends that IoT can positively change the way we do business and the way we live our lives. I have been asked if IoT is a new


April 12, 2018  3:59 PM

Four common myths about AI

Ben Pietrabella Profile: Ben Pietrabella
ai, Artificial intelligence, consumer experience, Digital transformation, NLP, User experience, UX

Artificial intelligence has moved from science fiction to science fact, and the market for AI functionality in business is growing by leaps and bounds. In fact, innovative companies worldwide are mining considerable


April 12, 2018  2:48 PM

Improved customer experience through IoT drives manufacturing efficiency

Jeff Nedwick Profile: Jeff Nedwick
"Automotive industry", automotive, Connectivity, Customer satisfaction, Downtime, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, Manufacturing, Predictive maintenance

It is a disruptive time in the automotive industry. The industry that famously proclaimed customers could purchase a car in "any color, as long as it's black" has been turned on its collective head. Henry Ford, the legendary automotive pioneer who uttered those words, was adamant in his belief that...


April 12, 2018  12:35 PM

Where the rubber meets the road: Blockchain, AI and automobiles

Scott Zoldi Profile: Scott Zoldi
ai, Artificial intelligence, Bitcoin, Blockchain, Cars, Connected car, driving, FICO, Insurance, Internet of Things, iot, Relationships

Between coin heists and ICOs, much of the attention around


April 11, 2018  2:38 PM

The need for network assurance in a world of connected healthcare

Eileen Haggerty Profile: Eileen Haggerty
Connected Health, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, IOT Network, iot security, Network performance, visibility

In an environment of ever tighter budgets and resources, where providers are increasingly expected to do more with less, advances in technology are proving to be a boon in the delivery of healthcare services. Secure, real-time access to a patient's electronic medical records (


April 11, 2018  12:01 PM

IoT-enabled security cameras: How to avoid the headaches

George Bentinck Profile: George Bentinck
Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, IoT sensors, IP, IT, Scalability, Security Cameras, Sensor, Sensors

Security cameras are meant to hide in plain sight. They are built to be small and unobtrusive. But this doesn't mean that a security camera can't make a noticeable impact on your business -- in both positive and negative ways. Today, an IP-enabled security camera isn't just for security. Instead,...


April 10, 2018  3:16 PM

IoT in e-commerce logistics: Where’s the money? Part 3

Subhash Chowdary Subhash Chowdary Profile: Subhash Chowdary
Digital transformation, E-commerce, Ecommerce, Enterprise IoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, Logistics, Supply chain, Supply Chain Management

In my previous post, the top three "where's the money" opportunities mentioned using IoT in logistics were e-commerce, the food chain and third-party...


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