IoT Agenda:

May, 2018


May 10, 2018  3:05 PM

Why enterprise IoT security is critical

Bodil Josefsson Profile: Bodil Josefsson
Botnet, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, security in IOT

It was just over a year ago when the Mirai botnet made its dramatic debut on the world stage. After initially flooding a security journalist's website with traffic, it went on...

May 10, 2018  1:08 PM

How industrial IoT can strengthen the U.S. manufacturing industry

David Gustovich Profile: David Gustovich
Downtime, Energy Consumption, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Industry 4.0, Internet of Things, iot, Predictive maintenance

The far-reaching effects of globalization on the manufacturing industry in the United States -- and those who work in it -- are impossible to downplay. While certain sectors like pharmaceuticals, aerospace and electronics have surged, others have been slowly losing ground. By some estimates, the...


May 9, 2018  4:51 PM

Why smart operators are turning to AI to prepare for 5G

Ben Pietrabella Profile: Ben Pietrabella
5G, ai, Artificial intelligence, Connectivity, Customer engagement, Customer satisfaction, DevOps, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IOT Network, Network, NFV, SDN, Wireless

5G holds great promise. The next-generation wireless network will enable large-scale internet of things applications and support blisteringly fast data processing across a diverse array of devices on a massive scale. Today's 4G status quo will not be an option when it comes to supporting...


May 9, 2018  2:54 PM

Amazon IoT Button: Dedicated hardware to do one cool thing

Jonathan Fries Profile: Jonathan Fries
Amazon, AWS, button, Developers, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT hardware, mobile apps, Software development, web app

Amazon has released an unbranded, customizable Dash IoT button under the name Amazon IoT Button. It uses the...


May 9, 2018  1:23 PM

Treating IoT security as a first-class citizen

Dipesh Patel Profile: Dipesh Patel
Communications, Encryption, Enterprise IoT, Firmware, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, PSA, security in IOT, TLS

As recent security breaches have shown, malicious actors are becoming increasingly clever and sophisticated. They break in through unlocked doors, such as weak or nonexistent...


May 8, 2018  3:54 PM

CBRS, LAA and haven’t we been here before?

Greg Najjar Profile: Greg Najjar
Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, Microsoft, Regulations, White space, Wireless, Wireless connection

There is a cutting-edge technology aiming to increase blanket connectivity, solve for the last mile and provide a new approach to delivering high-quality connections. It is being tested in underserved markets, and technology leaders such as Google and Microsoft are investing heavily in...


May 8, 2018  1:50 PM

IoT-enabled transportation infrastructure: A step toward a smarter future

Matt Caywood Matt Caywood Profile: Matt Caywood
Commuting, Consumer IoT, Internet of Things, iot, Mobility, smart city, Smart transit, Sustainability, transportation

In recent years, the "smart city" buzz phrase has become more prominent than ever. What that means is up to interpretation, but the first place we have to start is with how we get around. Public transportation and, increasingly, private mobility companies are the lifeblood of a city -- without...


May 8, 2018  12:48 PM

The IoT POC: A rock and a hard place!

Rajesh Devnani Profile: Rajesh Devnani
Internet of Things, iot, Machine learning, partners, Pilot, poc, proof of concept, ROI, Startup, Startups

"You'll never find your limits unless you've gone too far." -- Aron Ralston, Between a Rock and a Hard Place The grand vision of industrial IoT is trillions of dollars in economic value and hundreds of billions in needed investments. That prospect alone is enough to make both the end...


May 7, 2018  3:43 PM

Blockchain could hold the keys to the IoT’s future

Jamie Bennett Profile: Jamie Bennett
Bitcoin, Blockchain, IIoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, iot security, Logistics, Supply chain

The internet of things is facing a dilemma. While connected devices are expected to dominate every aspect of our lives in the coming years -- and already outnumber humans in terms of a basic headcount -- belief in the ecosystem's security is still lacking, and has a long way to go before businesses...


May 7, 2018  1:06 PM

How driverless cars will interact with each other (and us)

Haden Kirkpatrick Profile: Haden Kirkpatrick
gps, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IoT sensors, self-driving car, V2V

Across America, the autonomous vehicle trend continues to accelerate forward. Driverless cars are hitting the streets of California, and several other states are rolling out regulations about autonomous vehicle testing. Competition is fierce as automakers and tech companies race against the clock...


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