IoT Agenda:

IoT design


August 22, 2019  9:44 AM

The benefits and pitfalls of engaging in IoT research

Mitch Maimam Profile: Mitch Maimam
Internet of Things, iot, IoT deployment, IoT design, IoT development, research and development

While there are already many connected products in the marketplace, there remain many opportunities for developing new IoT products and technologies. The greatest challenge for companies looking to develop an IoT product is how to apply a R&D process that will result in viable commercial and...

June 13, 2019  11:00 AM

When developing IoT products, it’s not the cost, it’s the value

Mitch Maimam Profile: Mitch Maimam
Internet of Things, iot, IoT design, IoT developers, IoT development, IoT devices, IoT service providers, IoT services, product development

When engaging in a new IoT product strategy, it is important to evaluate the options for developing new products. This is especially challenging for companies that have not created smart connected products in the past, as they may need a mix of skills outside their normal core competencies. These...


June 4, 2019  1:50 PM

From IoT architecture to IoT deployment: Key elements for success

Sunder Somasundaram Profile: Sunder Somasundaram
Enterprise IoT, global IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT architecture, IoT design, IoT management, IOT Network, iot security, IoT strategy

The IoT ecosystem is highly complex and although adoption rates are soaring, many organizations still struggle to build, deploy and maintain IoT systems that deliver tangible business results. In some cases, companies become excited about the potential of IoT, but do not align their projects with...


April 11, 2019  4:31 PM

Industrial IoT design insights: Five factors to consider

Mitch Maimam Profile: Mitch Maimam
IIoT, IIoT design, IIoT platform, IIoT security, IIoT software, industrial internet of things, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT communications, IoT design, iot security, IoT software, IoT strategy, product development

IoT is becoming ubiquitous in all types of product categories, from consumer goods and medical products to commercial and industrial systems. Industrial IoT applications bring about unique challenges. Issues that are minor annoyances or problems in consumer products can cause abject product system...


December 20, 2018  10:51 AM

Create a phenomenal customer experience for IoT products

Vikrant Labde Profile: Vikrant Labde
consumer experience, Consumer IoT, customer experience, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT design, IoT devices, product design, UI, User experience, UX

The implications of IoT on crafting products that outperform their predecessors has been a great boon that has revolutionized the way that people look at the internet. And with a change in the making of such products comes the change of how the machines are tailored around the consumers,...


December 14, 2018  12:53 PM

Stacked-die wire bonding for IoT devices can get tricky

Zulki Khan Profile: Zulki Khan
Internet of Things, iot, IoT design, IoT hardware, IoT PCB, OEM, OEMs, PCB, PCB design, printed circuit board

Stacked die is a newer technology gaining traction in a variety of electronics applications, due to the fact that OEMs continue to demand greater capabilities and performance in smaller printed circuit boards (PCBs)....


December 3, 2018  12:42 PM

Commercial IoT environments require shared edge infrastructure

Justin Rigling Profile: Justin Rigling
Edge computing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, IoT design, IoT edge, IoT hardware, IoT infrastructure, iot security, IoT software, IoT strategy, Silo, siloes

As enterprises continue to implement IoT for customer experiences, smart building systems, automation and more, we see that the workflow from the sensor to the cloud often exists within its own, individual silo. The result of this is that many businesses today are operating multiple, siloed, IoT...


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