IoT Agenda:

January, 2019


January 31, 2019  2:20 PM

How IoT could be sustainability’s secret ingredient

Chris Wellise Profile: Chris Wellise
ICT sustainability, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, IoT hardware, IoT management, participating in environmental sustainable practice, product design, Sustainability, Sustainability tools, Sustainable IT

A new report by the World Economic Forum found that the value of keeping things "within" our economy, rather than letting items pass "through" our economy...

January 31, 2019  10:05 AM

4 common questions for the IoT device management beginner

Dave McCarthy Profile: Dave McCarthy
device management, digital twin, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT device management, IoT devices, IoT management, IoT strategy

With the rapid growth of connected IoT devices, device management strategies have become increasingly important for industrial IoT deployments. In fact, Gartner is predicting that the number of IoT devices will 0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend


January 30, 2019  2:46 PM

Standards and security: Thoughts on the connected car future

Richard Blech Profile: Richard Blech
Connected car, Connected vehicles, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, iot security, IoT standards, IT/OT convergence, open standards, Standardization, standards

Connected cars are moving past commonplace and becoming standard. According to data from Statista, by 2020 connected cars will account for 98% of the global car...


January 30, 2019  1:29 PM

My non-event at CES 2019 was a self-driving car ride

Robin Raskin Profile: Robin Raskin
autonomous vehicle, Connected car, IoT sensors, self-driving car, self-driving vehicle, Sensor, Smart sensors

Mundane and memorable at the same time? That's how I felt on my virgin self-driving voyage at CES in Las Vegas earlier this month. Lyft, the rideshare company, and Aptiv, the mobility company building driverless technologies, offered me the chance to ride the Strip and nearby highways in their new...


January 30, 2019  11:44 AM

Can IoT and blockchain work together?

Nacho De Marco Nacho De Marco Profile: Nacho De Marco
Blockchain, DLT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT and blockchain, IoT applications, IoT software, Security, Supply Chain Management, tracking

Blockchain has been encroaching into all areas of life for more than five years now. Financial services are at the forefront of blockchain development, but logistics, utilities, security and government services are quickly gaining ground. An ever-increasing focus on efficiency and security make...


January 29, 2019  3:01 PM

Why digital twins need AI-driven testing

Antony Edwards Profile: Antony Edwards
ai, Artificial intelligence, digital twin, digital twins, Internet of Things, iot, IoT software, IoT testing, Machine learning, Software testing, Testing

Digital twins continue to gather steam, with Gartner predicting...


January 29, 2019  10:41 AM

How IoT became the internet of unexpected things in 2018

Chris Penrose Chris Penrose Profile: Chris Penrose
Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT connectivity, IoT sensors, IoT software, IoT use cases, IoT wireless, ROBOTS

It was an exciting year in the IoT space. And if we've learned one thing, it's that our only barrier to innovation is our own imagination. In 2018, IoT connected the unexpected -- like prosthetic limbs and tectonic plates -- to improve daily life with smart systems. In the coming months, I believe...


January 28, 2019  1:58 PM

Avoid tech’s valley of death: Advanced R&D lessons on scaling IoT proofs of concept

Helena Lisachuk Profile: Helena Lisachuk
Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT leadership, IoT management, IoT strategy, IoT use cases, proof of concept

You won't find the tech valley of death on a map, but it's real. It's how startup and R&D communities describe the perilous gap between new technology and adoption, a place littered with the bones of good ideas that didn't make it. Industries like defense and aerospace, where new...


January 28, 2019  11:41 AM

Navigating the IoT security minefield: API security

Andrew Useckas Profile: Andrew Useckas
API, Application Programming Interface, Authentication, Authorization, Encryption, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, securing IoT, TLS, tokens, UI

The rapid growth of the internet of things has seen a subsequent rise in the adoption of APIs. In IoT, most devices communicate to the cloud via RESTful API calls as they are ideal for physical device communication....


January 28, 2019  10:00 AM

Why IoT needs startup studios

Don DeLoach Don DeLoach Profile: Don DeLoach
Business model, Incubator, Integration, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, IoT platform, Pilot, Startup

The idea of startup studios is becoming more popular, and with good reason. There are fundamental repeatable processes that can equate to substantial leverage when creating a startup from within a studio. Moreover, the idea that the internet of things is a significant and broad advance of...


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