IoT Agenda:

September, 2018


September 13, 2018  1:50 PM

The real reason why mobile operators fail to monetize IoT

Aman Brar Profile: Aman Brar
Cellular, Connectivity, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, LoRA, LPWAN, MNO, MNOs, mobile network, monetisation, Network operations, platform, platforms, revenue, Wireless

So much for the hype. There was -- and still is -- quite a lot of bullish news about IoT being the next big thing for mobile operators. Some even claimed that IoT would overshadow the mobile phone business. That has not materialized. Most operators find IoT a major challenge at best, a loss-making...

September 13, 2018  11:02 AM

Coding ethics and accessibility into IoT

Klaus Michael Vogelberg Profile: Klaus Michael Vogelberg
"diversity in tech", accessibility, ai, Blockchain, Consumer IoT, Diversity, Enterprise IoT, ethical, ethics, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Workflow

The global business community has a massive opportunity to innovate enterprise and consumer products, platforms and devices connected to the internet of things. Most importantly, we can do so in a more thoughtful, inclusive and efficient way than previous industrial innovation cycles that favored...


September 12, 2018  3:21 PM

Customer experience lives on the edge

Anjul Bhambhri Profile: Anjul Bhambhri
Customer satisfaction, Edge computing, Infrastructure, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Network infrastructure, User experience

Historically, data centers have conjured images of huge structures in remote locations with countless rows of servers that stretch into the horizon. Today, data is being processed and actioned on the edge in many unlikely places, including cars, drones, refrigerators, washing machines, fitness...


September 12, 2018  12:17 PM

Speck finding its place in the internet of things

Bill Horne Profile: Bill Horne
AES, Cryptographic encryption, Cryptography, Decryption, Encryption, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, iot security, security in IOT, White box

In some IoT applications, devices such as RFID tags, sensors, contactless smart cards and medical devices, have only limited computational capability because of cost or power reasons. Yet, security is still a critically important requirement, and cryptography is a basic building block that needs to...


September 12, 2018  11:23 AM

Deriving greater benefit from IoT with ambient computing

Ben Pietrabella Profile: Ben Pietrabella
Data Analytics, Digital transformation, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, Machine learning

Businesses everywhere are digitizing their architecture in a bid to improve efficiencies and customer experience. As part of this process, software systems offer more automated ways of providing value in those situations which once required the physical intervention of humans to make decisions...


September 11, 2018  3:05 PM

Making connectivity more resilient is critical for IoT

Erik Thoen Profile: Erik Thoen
Bandwidth, cloud, Cloud connectivity, Connectivity, Data, Hybrid cloud, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, Network connectivity, Private Cloud, Public Cloud, Resilience

The importance of connectivity to enterprise IoT applications has increased as application data and computation has shifted toward the cloud. For these cloud IoT applications, architects need to ensure high-quality connectivity as part of the end-to-end design. Fortunately, a wide range of new...


September 11, 2018  11:53 AM

The next frontier for venues: IoT as a commerce engine

Nimish Shrivastava Profile: Nimish Shrivastava
apps, Building, commerce, Consumer IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, mobile apps, Mobile commerce, revenue, Smart Building, smart city

Anyone who has been to a sports or other entertainment venue recently knows that the trend in arenas and other venues is to move things to digital platforms. Some sports teams don't want fans to use paper tickets at all. And as consumers become more and more used to electronic ticketing, they are...


September 11, 2018  11:08 AM

What ‘X as a service’ means for the internet of things

Tim Sherwood Tim Sherwood Profile: Tim Sherwood
Anything as a Service, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, MNO, MVNO, Network as a Service, service provider, Service providers

Times are changing. New digital infrastructure and IoT platforms have made it possible for almost any organization to enter the market as an mobile virtual network operator, without crippling capital investments. Take Philips, a company best known for making lightbulbs, as an example. The...


September 10, 2018  2:33 PM

Simplifying IoT using near field communication

Paula Hunter Profile: Paula Hunter
Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, near field communication, NFC, UX, wireless communication, Wireless communications

At the NFC Forum, IoT and the innovation it enables using near field communication is an important focus. So much so that this year, in conjunction with our annual NFC Innovation Awards, we also held an event to highlight the progress of IoT in relation to NFC, the


September 10, 2018  12:48 PM

When worlds collide: Understanding emerging IT/OT convergence

Erick Dean Profile: Erick Dean
Big Data, IIoT, Industrial IoT, information technology, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, IT, IT convergence, Machine learning, Operational technology

Industrial IoT continues to fundamentally change the manufacturing industry, and smart companies across the globe are discovering the benefits of combining data from information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) entities. This is known within the industry as


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