IoT Agenda:

August, 2018


August 10, 2018  11:08 AM

Bridging the gap between IoT and the enterprise

Stephen Goldberg Profile: Stephen Goldberg
architecture, Data Analytics, Data lake, Database, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Real-time data

We are seeing a lot of interesting work developing in the industrial internet of things. IIoT is making manufacturing, transportation, healthcare and many other verticals smarter. This is self-evident at this point, as we see new use cases pop up every day. While this is hugely exciting, one area...

August 9, 2018  4:37 PM

LPWA networks: Shaping the future of IoT

Chris Penrose Chris Penrose Profile: Chris Penrose
Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, LPWAN, LTE, wide area network, Wireless network

IoT wireless networks are evolving to help meet the needs of a wide variety of connected devices -- from connected cars and smart homes to intelligent lighting and infrastructure. Low-power wide...

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August 9, 2018  1:13 PM

IoT ripe for SegmentSmack Linux kernel security vulnerability

Tae Jin Kang Profile: Tae Jin Kang
Code, Firmware, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Linux, Linux KERNEL, Linux security, Open source, Open source security, Open source software, operating system, security in IOT

When added together, Linux platform variants create the largest platform for IoT operating system development and distribution. The proliferation of Linux variants in the IoT market has occurred because Linux is fast and can be easily customized -- and shared innovation is occurring at a breakneck...


August 9, 2018  11:38 AM

How IoT will help subsidize the cost of driving

Haden Kirkpatrick Profile: Haden Kirkpatrick
"car insurance", car, Consumer IoT, Insurance, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, Marketing, self-driving car

As the digital economy reaches a new phase of maturity, the way we navigate the physical world is on the verge of massive disruption. Thanks to the confluence of two unique factors -- the changing nature of car ownership and the rapid growth of the internet of things -- there's a real possibility...


August 8, 2018  4:20 PM

How IoT will improve public transportation

Nacho De Marco Nacho De Marco Profile: Nacho De Marco
Connectivity, consumer experience, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Predictive Analytics, safety, Smart cities, smart city, Smart lighting, Smart transit, transportation, User experience

The internet of things market has grown tremendously. Intel predicts that there will be 200 billion connected objects by 2020, which comes to 26 connected objects...


August 8, 2018  12:50 PM

IoMT: A pulse on the internet of medical things

Brian Geisel Brian Geisel Profile: Brian Geisel
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, Connected Health, Healthcare, Internet of Things, iot, remote patient monitoring, ROBOTS, Wearables

From video doorbells and digital assistants to robotic floor cleaners and smart thermostats, IoT devices have infiltrated our lives. Next stop? Healthcare. A 0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend


August 8, 2018  11:03 AM

Top 5 challenges of navigating the IoT security minefield

Andrew Useckas Profile: Andrew Useckas
Botnet, DDOS, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, malware, nist, security in IOT

I received an email from a security camera vendor today. The main selling point for its product is, "You can access your video from anywhere, on any device, at any time." In other words, "We store your data in the cloud." Just a quick glance at its website revealed there are no third-party audits...


August 7, 2018  4:36 PM

Deeper than deep sleep: Creating a zero-load microcontroller standby

Jeremy S. Cook Profile: Jeremy S. Cook
battery, battery life, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT hardware, Microcontroller, Standby

Putting a microcontroller into sleep mode can help reduce the amount of power it consumes, saving energy and preserving battery life. However, even in a standby state, the microcontroller still siphons off some...


August 7, 2018  3:17 PM

Predictions on a silver platter: How AI Is creating more effective human interactions

Guy Levy Yurista Profile: Guy Levy Yurista
ai, Artificial intelligence, Bot, Customer data, Customer satisfaction, robot, User experience

Service businesses of nearly every stripe are embracing artificial intelligence to increase margins, but luxury goods and services have been something of a holdout. Affluent customers, it seems, want the human touch, and have demanded concierge-like service that can't be duplicated by...


August 7, 2018  12:00 PM

Back to the future: What we can learn about IoT from Thomas Edison and 1990

Richard Beeson Richard Beeson Profile: Richard Beeson
ai, Artificial intelligence, Big Data, Data Science, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Industry 4.0, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Sensor data

The year was 1990. The Berlin Wall had just crumbled. The Human Genome Project had just formally begun. The first internet companies, PSINet and EUnet, were starting to sell dial-up and trunk access to the nascent World...


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