IoT Agenda:

February, 2019


February 18, 2019  12:26 PM

IoT enters the construction zone

Ian Ouellette Profile: Ian Ouellette
Asset management, asset tracking, cloud software, Construction, Digital transformation, Internet of Things, Inventory Management, iot, IoT applications, IoT hardware, IoT software, public safety, safety, worker safety

After decades of lagging digitization, the construction industry has entered a new digital era, and IoT is playing an integral role in the transformation. The heightened demand for new construction is helping drive this interest, as firms look for ways to do more with less in an industry that is...

February 15, 2019  1:27 PM

An IoT DIYer’s story of managing Type 1 diabetes

Jeremy Pollock Profile: Jeremy Pollock
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, healthcare IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, IoT in healthcare, IoT software, Wearables

In February 2018, my family of four -- wife, 6-year-old boy and 3-year-old girl -- were thrust quite suddenly into the world of Type 1 diabetes. We spent about five days in the hospital trying to stabilize my daughter and learning a whole lot about how to manage the life-threatening disease that...


February 15, 2019  9:48 AM

4 industrial IoT data misconceptions that hold back its progress

Christian Lutz Profile: Christian Lutz
Data Analytics, Data Management, IIoT, IIoT analytics, IIoT data, IIoT database, industrial internet of things, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, IoT analytics, IoT data, IoT database

The industrial internet of things and digitized smart factories have outsized potential to meaningfully and permanently improve the efficiencies and capabilities of countless operations. But despite this hype, IIoT adoption and progress has lagged -- and I believe this is due to a series of...


February 14, 2019  3:21 PM

Create new business models with customer service and connected devices

Natalie Petouhoff Profile: Natalie Petouhoff
Business model, field service, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT business model, IoT data, IoT strategy

In the age of digital transformation, all executives should be asking themselves, "How will our business be disrupted?" Some businesses are taking a wait-and-see approach, often because they aren't sure how digital technologies like IoT apply to them. This conservative approach is understandable...


February 13, 2019  2:35 PM

Action-based monitoring: Rise of the control tower

Venky Nayar Profile: Venky Nayar
Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT in logistics, IoT logistics, Logistics, smart supply chain, Supply Chain Management

Supply chain automation has been the primary focus of many companies for well over a decade. While the production line, storage protocols and loading procedures have advanced at lightning speeds, the decision-making process has remained more or less the same. A small number of issues are...


February 13, 2019  11:41 AM

What network infrastructure is required for massive IoT and smart cities?

Greg Najjar Profile: Greg Najjar
5G, cellular IoT, DAS, Distributed antenna systems, Internet of Things, iot, IoT connectivity, IOT Network, IoT wireless, LTE, massive IoT, Network architecture, small cells, Smart cities, smart city

Not too long ago, IoT meant something completely different than it does today. Machine-to-machine used to be the preferred vernacular to describe connected devices, which relied on modest cellular...


February 12, 2019  3:54 PM

How to successfully outsource IoT software development

Brian Geisel Brian Geisel Profile: Brian Geisel
Application outsourcing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT software, Outsourcing, Software development

We've all heard how the internet of things is taking over the world, but what has its impact been on software development? It means today's product expectations are higher than ever. Users want products that are feature-rich, can be accessed remotely, are easy to upgrade and offer solid security....


February 12, 2019  2:24 PM

Smarter networks mean smarter students

Mike Leibovitz Profile: Mike Leibovitz
Artificial intelligence, Automation, edtech, Education, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, IoT wireless, Machine learning

Edtech initiatives enable students to learn in entirely new ways, helping to shape the skilled workforce of the future. From virtual reality to drones to robotics, K-12 districts are investing in new, cutting-edge technology for education environments. Other than providing students with creative...


February 11, 2019  4:13 PM

Why cardiac care is a key focus for the internet of healthcare things

Jiang Li Profile: Jiang Li
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, Connected Health, connected healthcare, healthcare IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, Wearables

Personalized health data is becoming more accessible to and actionable for patients and providers than it's ever been before. The expansion of big tech's presence into the healthcare space is an indicator of the viability of the data gathered from


February 11, 2019  11:08 AM

Three ways for die attach on IoT PCBs

Zulki Khan Profile: Zulki Khan
Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, PCB, printed circuit board, Printed circuit boards, Soldering

In semiconductor lingo, the term die attach simply means a die, or bare chip, is placed and attached with some form of adhesive in a package, like a ball-grid array. However, given the assembly and manufacturing demands of small IoT devices, die attach technology has emerged onto the...


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