IoT Agenda:

February, 2019


February 11, 2019  8:43 AM

Orchestrating IoT dreams with assured best practices

Thiruvenkateswaran Ramachandran Profile: Thiruvenkateswaran Ramachandran
commercial IoT, Enterprise IoT, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT management, IoT platform, IoT strategy

The increasing adoption of IoT has created the next generation of smart devices that are transforming business models and human lives. The proliferation of smart devices has resulted in a complex ecosystem of sensors, software and networks. Customers now need a comprehensive assurance proposition...

February 8, 2019  2:38 PM

Sensors in autonomous mobile robots for localization and navigation

Sachin Kurlekar Profile: Sachin Kurlekar
Internet of Things, iot, IoT hardware, IoT sensors, Robotics, ROBOTS, Sensor data, Sensors, Smart sensors

Sensor usage has exploded in all sorts of devices, from smartphones and embedded devices to moving objects such as robots. Sensors form the core of IoT. A typical smartphone contains 20-plus sensors. Rapid smartphone growth over the years has also helped the overall sensor industry in terms of...


February 8, 2019  12:01 PM

Will IIoT edge computing be a real trend in 2019?

Francisco Maroto Francisco Maroto Profile: Francisco Maroto
Edge computing, IIoT, industrial internet of things, iot, IoT edge, Machine learning, Predictive maintenance, smart manufacturing

Is edge computing analytics a real IoT trend, or is it more smoke from analysts and large technology vendors? As manufacturers like Cisco, Hewlett Packard...


February 7, 2019  4:03 PM

How IoT and 5G are improving remote patient monitoring

Mike Jordon Profile: Mike Jordon
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, 5G, Connected Health, connected healthcare, healthcare IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT in healthcare, IOT Network, IoT wireless, remote patient monitoring, RPM

IoT is beginning to play a significant role in a broad range of healthcare applications. One of the quickly emerging areas is telehealth systems that deliver care to people in remote locations. This technology, also known as remote patient monitoring (


February 7, 2019  2:41 PM

What does connected RPA look like?

Pat Geary Profile: Pat Geary
ai, connected RPA, digital workers, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT software, robotic process auotmation, RPA

Robotic process automation, a software category that Blue Prism pioneered and created, has been driving seismic change across the international workplace and is widely believed to be a key catalyst for...


February 7, 2019  12:43 PM

The future of IoT in the video game industry

Michael Yum Michael Yum Profile: Michael Yum
cloud, internet of thing, iot, IoT cloud, IoT developers, IoT software, video game developers, Video games

The internet of things has changed the face of the video game industry forever. Online gaming led to the rise in social channels, eSports and mass adoption through digital distribution. Developers, publishers and, most importantly, gamers will forever feel the lasting impact of IoT -- experiencing...


February 7, 2019  10:52 AM

Why companies can and should have multiple IoT platforms

Sean Riley Profile: Sean Riley
Internet of Things, iot, IoT hardware, IoT platform, IoT platforms, IoT software, platforms, smart manufacturing, Vendor selection

As more operational components and devices become "smart" or connected, IoT platforms have emerged as a fundamental tool across a variety of industries, and adoption shows no signs of slowing down, with 0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend


February 6, 2019  2:21 PM

Robots won’t take all our jobs. But will they at least boost productivity?

Lawrence Whittle Profile: Lawrence Whittle
ai, Artificial intelligence, augmented worker, Automation, connected worker, Predictive maintenance, productivity, ROBOTS, skilled workers, Skills, workforce

Last year, economists were buzzing as the United States posted some of its best productivity growth in three years. Perhaps the economy had finally emerged from the woods of the IT boom's conclusion in the early aughts and the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis? Yet, while the economy looked...


February 6, 2019  10:46 AM

Intelligent lighting for smarter parking operations

Ken Biggerstaff Profile: Ken Biggerstaff
intelligent lighting, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, IoT platform, IoT software, laaS, Led, LED lighting, lighting as a service, smart light, smart lightbulb, Smart lighting, smart parking

What if your exterior lighting could serve as a platform for an IoT network that drives benefits beyond just energy savings? Lighting is fundamentally important for the successful operation of parking infrastructure such as lots, decks and garages. From operational and efficiency improvements to...


February 5, 2019  12:45 PM

Smart biometric template storage often requires a hybrid approach

George Brostoff George Brostoff Profile: George Brostoff
Authentication, biometric, Biometrics, Data privacy, Data-security, GDPR, Identification, IoT data, iot privacy, iot security

One of the key issues that comes up when talking with leaders in the biometric security space is around who owns and where to store the biometric data -- particularly face authentication templates with the mathematical...


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