IoT Agenda:

May, 2018


May 7, 2018  11:00 AM

Analytics as a key enabler for a sustainable enterprise IoT ecosystem

Jojith Rajan Profile: Jojith Rajan
Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Machine learning, Predictive Analytics, Predictive maintenance

Analytics and intelligence play a key role in the overall IoT system, where collected data is turned into information and augments business decisions with actionable insights. Data collected from IoT devices can help enterprises reduce maintenance costs, avoid equipment failure, improve business...

May 3, 2018  2:58 PM

Diversity of data: The key to secure 3D face authentication

George Brostoff George Brostoff Profile: George Brostoff
3D, Authentication, Biometrics, Data Management, Facial recognition, IoT data

3D face recognition systems are poised to deliver fast, accurate and secure authentication on mobile devices and other applications. By pairing today's tiny, accurate 3D cameras with powerful AI software, we are entering a new era in providing secure access to smartphones, laptops and tablets....


May 3, 2018  2:08 PM

Finding the IoT sales experts of the world

Francisco Maroto Francisco Maroto Profile: Francisco Maroto
IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, Sales, selling

After years of evangelization and waiting for the promises of the internet of things to come true, it seems that we are finally close to reaching the trough of disillusionment phase, when we begin to forget all the hype generated so far and focus on reality -- a harsh reality that involves selling...


May 3, 2018  10:37 AM

History-making technology: How IIoT can transform America’s trucking industry

Rob Bradenham Profile: Rob Bradenham
Fleet Management, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Predictive maintenance, Service providers, SRM, Supply chain

The history of technology in the trucking industry has had many watershed moments. The advent of diesel engines, which had been mainly used in large stationary operations, brought a large increase in hauling power and fuel efficiency. In the 1970s, electronics began revolutionizing how those...


May 2, 2018  3:18 PM

How real-time location services will drive the future of IoT smart logistics

Sanjay Sharma Profile: Sanjay Sharma
Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Logistics, Manufacturing, SLA, Supply chain

According to a 2017 McKinsey survey, 92% of senior enterprise stakeholders think the internet of things will generate a positive impact by 2020. Yet, more than half of companies use 10% of their IoT data or less. The gap is likely due to the fact that stakeholders at many firms do not completely...


May 2, 2018  2:12 PM

Five tips for tackling the internet of shadowy things

Ojas Rege Profile: Ojas Rege
Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, NAC, Network security, PKI, Segmentation, Telnet

The internet of shadowy things sounds like a shady place to be, and it is. In the past, shadow IT was a nightmare for most enterprises -- it was known for being outside of IT's control with a plethora of security issues. However, with the influx of mobile within the enterprise, this mindset has...


May 2, 2018  1:02 PM

Chatbots and IIoT: What could they possibly have in common?

Mark Troester Profile: Mark Troester
ai, AR, Artificial intelligence, augmented reality, Chatbot, Chatbots, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, Sensor data

The traditional chatbot isn't much better than being stuck in phone tree hell. This is because they are created using a laborious coding process based on extensive decision trees that attempt to mimic every possible user interaction....


May 1, 2018  4:27 PM

Future of real-time enterprise IoT depends on in-memory computing powered HTAP

Nikita Ivanov Profile: Nikita Ivanov
Application architecture, IIoT, In-memory computing, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, RAM

Just a couple of years ago, the internet of things was more vision than reality. Today, enterprises are increasingly deploying IIoT technologies as part of digital transformation initiatives designed to minimize maintenance costs and maximize asset utilization. Examples include instrumenting...


May 1, 2018  12:44 PM

The inevitable fragmentation of IoT

Zach Supalla Profile: Zach Supalla
Business model, Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, Industry leaders, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, Leadership, Startups

The internet of things has finally come into its own. Although it's still pretty green, IoT has established itself as a (reasonably) well-defined, financially sound and stable industry. Even more importantly, it has proven itself capable of providing real, undeniable value. From


May 1, 2018  10:30 AM

Want IoT? Build a better mousetrap

James Kirkland Profile: James Kirkland
Collaboration, Connectivity, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, Interoperability, iot, IoT applications, M2M, standards

Have you ever played the board game Mousetrap? It challenged players to trap their opponent's mouse-shaped game pieces with the Rube Goldberg-styled contraption built during the game. If any piece of the trap was not perfectly set in place, the mousetrap would fail and the mouse would get away. I...


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