IoT Agenda:

September, 2018


September 28, 2018  3:56 PM

Securing IIoT requires extra care. NAC and segmentation can help

Peter Newton Profile: Peter Newton
IIoT, Industrial IoT, iot, IoT devices, iot security, NAC, Network access control (NAC), Operational technology, security in IOT, Segmentation, worms

As IT and operational technology networks converge, organizations are exposing their traditionally isolated OT networks to new cyber-risks. Cybercriminals have already begun designing new malware threats, like

September 28, 2018  2:02 PM

Getting to advanced-class IoT

Jason Shepherd Profile: Jason Shepherd
Blockchain, DLT, Edge analytics, Edge computing, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, IOT Network, IoT platform, platform, privacy, trust

This is the fourth of a five-part blog series. Read part three here. An inherently fragmented landscape Adding to the general challenges of scale that I...


September 27, 2018  2:12 PM

From farm to table: IoT in supply chains

Paul Washicko Profile: Paul Washicko
Bluetooth, Cellular, Distribution/logistics applications, food, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, IoT sensors, Logistics, Smart sensors, Supply chain, Supply Chain Management

Consumers are demanding an ever-greater variety in fresh food products as the cold chain, or perishable supply chain, becomes increasingly globalized. At the same time, people are demanding more transparency about where food comes from to ensure that they choose and get the healthiest and freshest...


September 27, 2018  11:19 AM

The rise of voice control in the internet of things

Nacho De Marco Nacho De Marco Profile: Nacho De Marco
Amazon Alexa, Connected Health, Cortana, Google Voice, Healthcare, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, smart home, voice, Voice platform, Voice recognition

The integration of voice into IoT devices creates a new user experience that many consumers enjoy. As of this year, 20% of U.S. adults have smart speakers, which...


September 26, 2018  2:59 PM

At crossroads for IoT, the recipe for progress blends different perspectives

James Kirkland Profile: James Kirkland
architecture, Internet of Things, Interoperability, iot, IoT devices, Open source, Open source software, Standard, Standardization, standards

I recently traveled to EclipseCon 2018 in Toulouse, France to participate in the Eclipse IoT integration subgroup. I flew into Madrid and took a puddle jumper to Toulouse. There, I enjoyed the mélange of culture offered by this Occitanie territory which boasts Spanish, Italian and French...


September 26, 2018  10:25 AM

Get ready for just-in-time customer engagement

Seeta Hariharan Seeta Hariharan Profile: Seeta Hariharan
consumers, Customer engagement, Customer loyalty, Customer satisfaction, Internet of Things, iot, IoT sensors, Just in Time, retail, retailers, Sensors, Smartphones, Wireless

One of the most important industrial innovations in the 20th century was just-in-time manufacturing. Pioneered by Toyota in auto assembly plants, the methodology was aimed at speeding production and...


September 25, 2018  12:57 PM

Rapid prototyping with embedded products helps hardware developers focus on innovation

Adrian Fernandez Profile: Adrian Fernandez
embedded, Embedded devices, Embedded Systems, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, Microcontroller, PCB, prototype, SDK, Software development, Wireless

The internet of things is as much of a greenfield opportunity for established solution providers as it is for the next up-and-coming hardware startup. Whether adding connectivity to an existing product or creating a brand-new application altogether, the need to innovate and iterate quickly is...


September 25, 2018  10:47 AM

Autonomous mobile robots are ready for takeoff

Sachin Kurlekar Profile: Sachin Kurlekar
Automation, Internet of Things, iot, IoT hardware, robot, Robotics, ROBOTS

Industrial robotics has been around for decades and has transformed the industry. Well-established high-precision engineering with industrial robotic arms fuels today's factories, and large factory jobs are fully automated. This will continue to pick up pace. Practical usage of mobile robotics...


September 24, 2018  1:10 PM

It’s time to solve LPWAN’s location challenge with TDOA and Wi-Fi

Kipp Jones Profile: Kipp Jones
GNSS, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, location, Location Based Services, Location technology, LPWAN, Wi-Fi, Wireless

The internet of things continues to gain momentum and in so doing is creating new opportunities and innovation in both technology and business use cases. Many of these new use cases are demanding smaller and smaller devices that have less room and money to support the need for a large battery. At...


September 21, 2018  2:13 PM

Is your city as smart as a 10 year old? To get smart, cities must focus on friction

Guy Courtin Profile: Guy Courtin
City, Digital asset management, Digital transformation, Internet of Things, Inventory Management, iot, IoT data, retailers, Smart cities, smart city, Supply chain, Supply Chain Management, Transparency

What exactly is a smart city? According to Wikipedia, "a smart city is an urban area that uses different types of electronic data collection sensors to supply information which is used to manage assets and resources efficiently." This basic definition paints a picture of an urban setting that is...


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