IoT Agenda:

June, 2018


June 29, 2018  1:24 PM

Industrial IoT: Speaking the same (connected) language

Carl Levine Profile: Carl Levine
DNS, Domain Name System, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT sensors, IPv6, Predictive Analytics, Protocols, Sensors

The internet of things isn't an entirely new concept. Long before smart fridges and Amazon Alexa began dominating conversations, connected devices were augmenting human experiences in industrial settings. For decades, embedded systems using proprietary frameworks and protocols have provided the...

June 29, 2018  10:52 AM

IIoT data protection demands new ways of thinking

Jason Andersen Jason Andersen Profile: Jason Andersen
Data Management, Data-security, Edge computing, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, iot security, SCADA

Spend some time in a modern industrial enterprise and you'll see a transformation underway: The network edge is getting smarter as the industrial internet of things continues to take shape. This transformation is changing the way data is used -- and how it is valued. Initially, edge systems were...


June 28, 2018  2:57 PM

How analogue makers can further their craft with digital tools

Zach Wendt Profile: Zach Wendt
3D Printing, AR, Arduino, augmented reality, Automation, digital tools, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, maker, Microcontroller, Raspberry Pi

It's a fascinating time to be a creative: Traditional crafts and skills are coming back into vogue at the same time that hundreds of novel uses for technology are being pioneered and made available to everyone. As the digital and physical worlds converge, blurring the line between old-school craft...


June 28, 2018  11:01 AM

Hacking the factory floor: Cybersecurity in smart manufacturing

Ed Maguire Profile: Ed Maguire
Access control, BYOD, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Manufacturing, Robotics, ROBOTS

When you think of hacking, you might think of viruses or ransomware attacks where computers are unable to operate unless a bitcoin is paid to an anonymous cybercriminal. In the manufacturing sector, the reality isn't quite so public. First, the practical physical realities of the industrial...


June 27, 2018  2:46 PM

New mobility and digital identity: The vehicle for success

Ashley Stevenson Profile: Ashley Stevenson
Connected car, Customer personalization, IAM, identity, Identity management, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, iot security, Mobility, Personalization, smart city

In the physical world, each person is unique, with their own set of relationships, personal preferences, financial profile, physical characteristics, past behaviors, future plans and so on -- the attributes that make up their identity. Being able to recognize each customer's unique identity...


June 27, 2018  10:40 AM

Exploring an AI foundation for networking in the IoT age

Sudheer Matta Profile: Sudheer Matta
ai, Artificial intelligence, Data Science, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IoT devices, IOT Network, location, Metadata, NLP, Virtual assistant, Wireless, Wireless network

With the soaring number of mobile and IoT devices and onslaught of new apps that businesses are faced with on their wireless network, it is time for innovation that can help IT scale and meet these new requirements. Thankfully, AI and modern cloud platforms built with microservices are evolving to...


June 26, 2018  3:28 PM

IoT in agriculture: Producing the next generation of farming technology

Ludovico Fassati Profile: Ludovico Fassati
Agriculture, Animals, cows, farm, farmers, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, IoT hardware, IoT sensors, LPWAN

Farming is one of the oldest occupations in the history of mankind, and perhaps among those changing the most in today's world. Modern farmers face challenges like never before. With rising global population rates, changing dietary demands, resource constraints, climate change and enterprise...


June 26, 2018  10:39 AM

Three predictive capabilities that move the needle for business

Dave McCarthy Profile: Dave McCarthy
Data Analytics, Forecasting, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, IT forecasting, Predictive Analytics, Predictive intelligence, Predictive maintenance, Predictive monitoring

The ability to predict the future is a powerful form of knowledge for any business. If you know an event that could cause harm to your business lies ahead, like equipment failure, you can take steps to address it and avoid negative consequences, like unnecessary costs or downtime. If you know a...


June 25, 2018  2:24 PM

How IoT can help prevent catastrophic events in oil and gas

Kenneth Smith Profile: Kenneth Smith
Gas, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, IoT platform, oil, Predictive maintenance, Real-time communications, Real-time data, utilities

Despite what some may believe about the oil and gas industry, the number one priority of its major players is to mitigate health, safety and environmental-related risks -- yes, even over making money. Oil spills and fracking leaks cripple the industry and company's reputation, which will always...


June 25, 2018  11:11 AM

Supercharge IoT analytics with GPUs

Nima Negahban Profile: Nima Negahban
Big Data, CPU, Data Analytics, Data Management, Database, Enterprise IoT, GPU, GPUs, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data

Try going a whole day without the internet of things. In 2018, that's almost impossible. Many of us wake up to IoT when our sleep trackers gently nudge us awake and give us an instant report on the quality of the last six to eight hours (on a good night!). We get ready for work with an IoT...


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