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September 18, 2018  4:06 PM

Navigating the IoT security minefield, continued

Andrew Useckas Profile: Andrew Useckas
Communications security, credentials, Firmware, firmware update, Hardware security, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, iot security, Segmentation

Challenge #1 hardware security In my first article in this series, I highlighted just how difficult IoT security can be due to the plethora of...

September 6, 2018  12:51 PM

Pinpoint IoT PCB wire bonding reliability

Zulki Khan Profile: Zulki Khan
Internet of Things, iot, IoT hardware, PCB, wire, wiring

IoT devices are spreading into a variety of markets well beyond the consumer area. These small to medium-size devices are finding their niche in industrial, military and aerospace, medical and other associated areas. In such mission-critical applications, the top requirements are for reliability...


August 27, 2018  11:30 AM

Pi and the sky: The AOL Stage of IoT

Jason Shepherd Profile: Jason Shepherd
AOL, Digital transformation, Governance, information technology, Internet of Things, iot, IoT hardware, iot security, IT, Operational technology, poc, proof of concept, Scalability, Stakeholders

This is the second of a five-part blog series. Read part one here. Ok, so


August 17, 2018  10:42 AM

Avoid killing your IoT device battery life with these 4 tips

Cheryl Ajluni Profile: Cheryl Ajluni
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, Electromagnetic, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT hardware, iot security

Battery life is the top concern for smartphone consumers and it's easy to understand why. Who hasn't experienced a smartphone battery draining at an unexpectedly fast rate? It's a frustration that translates to the


August 7, 2018  4:36 PM

Deeper than deep sleep: Creating a zero-load microcontroller standby

Jeremy S. Cook Profile: Jeremy S. Cook
battery, battery life, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT hardware, Microcontroller, Standby

Putting a microcontroller into sleep mode can help reduce the amount of power it consumes, saving energy and preserving battery life. However, even in a standby state, the microcontroller still siphons off some...


July 26, 2018  11:08 AM

Get your wires straight for IoT

Zulki Khan Profile: Zulki Khan
boards, Design, electronics, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT hardware, PCB, wire, wiring

Technical terms are used extensively -- and sometimes misused -- when it comes to IoT devices and the technologies they are rapidly absorbing. One such term is microelectronics, spoken and written about since the day the transistor was invented. Today, microelectronics takes on another...


July 5, 2018  11:43 AM

Interoperability is key to boosting Industry 4.0

Chris Meering Profile: Chris Meering
IIoT, Industrial IoT, Industry 4.0, Internet of Things, Interoperability, iot, IoT hardware, standards

IoT is helping to unleash a new age of digitalization across industries. From manufacturing to the home, the potential to increase connectivity and productivity across a range of sectors is massive and set to bring about new ways in which businesses operate and engage with their products and...


June 28, 2018  2:57 PM

How analogue makers can further their craft with digital tools

Zach Wendt Profile: Zach Wendt
3D Printing, AR, Arduino, augmented reality, Automation, digital tools, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT hardware, maker, Microcontroller, Raspberry Pi

It's a fascinating time to be a creative: Traditional crafts and skills are coming back into vogue at the same time that hundreds of novel uses for technology are being pioneered and made available to everyone. As the digital and physical worlds converge, blurring the line between old-school craft...


June 26, 2018  3:28 PM

IoT in agriculture: Producing the next generation of farming technology

Ludovico Fassati Profile: Ludovico Fassati
Agriculture, Animals, cows, farm, farmers, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, IoT hardware, IoT sensors, LPWAN

Farming is one of the oldest occupations in the history of mankind, and perhaps among those changing the most in today's world. Modern farmers face challenges like never before. With rising global population rates, changing dietary demands, resource constraints, climate change and enterprise...


June 8, 2018  2:19 PM

How IoT is changing the future of the retail industry

Mehul Rajput Mehul Rajput Profile: Mehul Rajput
advertising, Beacon, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, IoT hardware, Marketing, retail, Retail IT, retailers, ROBOTS, Supply Chain Management

With the advent of IoT, the retail industry has gotten much-needed impetus to enhance sales. Virtual internet connectivity has already gained ground as it is transforming a number of industries, thereby changing the traditional landscape. IoT helps you establish a connection with various physical...


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