IoT Agenda:

November, 2019


November 27, 2019  12:04 PM

SMBs and the great cloud video opportunity

Andreas Pettersson Profile: Andreas Pettersson
AI and IoT, cloud benefits, Data strategy, Internet of Things, iot, IoT cloud, IoT data, IoT strategy, Machine learning

When most people discuss the benefits of cloud for video surveillance, they tend to do so from the lens of enterprise end users. Enterprise investments in camera technology can run into tens of millions of dollars depending on the size of the organization and converting this massive upfront cost...

November 27, 2019  11:29 AM

Cybersecurity risks affect IIoT fog computing

Julian Weinberger Profile: Julian Weinberger
Cyberattacks, cybersecurity, encrypted communications, Encryption, fog computing, IIoT, IIoT data, IIoT security, remote access vpn, VPN

Cloud computing within IIoT is creating new opportunities for manufacturers and industrial systems. From connected cars and smart cities to real-time analytics and 5G mobile, IIoT sensors are generating data in unprecedented volumes. Since most essential smart factory services would be...


November 26, 2019  5:16 PM

Secure IoT devices and networks and bears, oh my!

Cheryl Ajluni Profile: Cheryl Ajluni
Cyberattacks, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, iot, IoT attacks, IoT cybersecurity, iot security, IoT strategy

There is a popular saying that goes something like this: You don't have to run faster than the bear to get away. You just have to run faster than the slowest guy running from the bear. As it turns out, that saying is as good a metaphor for life as it is for security in IoT. It all...


November 25, 2019  3:27 PM

Overcome data overload and prevent IIoT project failure

Matt Schnugg Profile: Matt Schnugg
Data Analytics, Data infrastructure, data modeling, data overload, IIoT, IIoT analytics, IIoT design, IIoT strategy, Industrial IoT

More companies are embracing IIoT to drive better business outcomes, but they still haven't made the most of the data that they've collected. As one might expect, IIoT produces massive amounts of data at record speed. It can be overwhelming, especially to industrial companies, which are often...


November 22, 2019  3:22 PM

The ten things that should happen in 2020

Mark Troester Profile: Mark Troester
app development, Artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT and AI, IoT trends, Machine learning

This is the first in a two-part series. DesignOps, AppDev, digital innovation, AI, machine learning, IoT, bots and mobility are leading technologies that have dominated the IT industry, and it’s that time of year to predict what will happen in the year to come with these...


November 22, 2019  12:27 PM

The secondary network: What is it and how do we manage it?

Richard Beeson Richard Beeson Profile: Richard Beeson
IIoT, IIoT connectivity, IIoT design, IIoT network, IIoT strategy, Industrial IoT, IoT benefits, IoT connectivity, IoT sensors, secondary network

If you’re in IT, you’ve probably never heard of the secondary network. If you’re in OT, it’s most likely one of your biggest concerns. Secondary network devices reside physically within the OT realm. However, the devices don’t exist on the primary OT network, creating the potential for...


November 21, 2019  11:00 AM

The future of physical retail: Connected devices and connected shoppers

Mike Leibovitz Profile: Mike Leibovitz
commercial IoT, connected devices, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT benefits, IoT connectivity, IoT devices, IoT in retail, IoT platform, IoT software, Machine learning, Network security, retail, Wi-Fi network

U.S. consumers are expected to spend more than $1 trillion this holiday season, according to eMarketer. Ahead of the Q4 surge, brick-and-mortar retailers are experimenting with IoT technology, from smart mirrors and tablets in fitting rooms to VR headsets and beacons on the retail floor, to...


November 20, 2019  4:35 PM

Four ways IoT will change the way we work in 2020

Steve Wilson Profile: Steve Wilson
augmented reality, Internet of Things, iot, IoT development, IoT integration, IoT use cases, Virtual assistant, workplace IoT

Did you ever think you’d be talking to your phone like it was a friend, asking it where to find good tapas? Or that your refrigerator would be able to talk to you and let you know you’re low on milk? We used to use watches to tell time. Now, we rely on them track our heart condition, get...


November 15, 2019  3:56 PM

Evaluating what IoT device failure looks like in the current digital world

Antony Edwards Profile: Antony Edwards
connected devices, Internet of Things, iot, IoT development, IoT testing, Smart Device, smart home devices

The universe of connected devices continues to snowball and has now surpassed the number of smartphones globally and is projected to reach 18 billion devices by 2022. Smart devices...


November 15, 2019  2:44 PM

3 ways long-range wireless power will define the future of public restrooms

Yuval Boger Profile: Yuval Boger
battery life, Internet of Things, iot, IoT development, IoT hardware, IoT use cases, LoRA, Sustainability IoT

It's hard to think of public restrooms -- those at airports, hospitals, sports venues and casinos -- as hubs of IoT innovation. But that's exactly what they are. Significant innovation in public restrooms started several years ago with the introduction of


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