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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 13, 2018  2:53 PM

Car lot operators benefit from IoT device that locates cars without a search party

Alex Koepsel Alex Koepsel Profile: Alex Koepsel
Asset management, asset tracking, Internet of Things, inventory tracking, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, IoT hardware, IoT software, IoT wireless

Until recently, if a car dealer, auctioneer or manufacturer needed to find a car on their property for transport, test drives or sales, someone had the daunting task of figuring out where the car was located. Seems simple, yet many of these campuses encompass multiple lots and decks across hundreds...


December 13, 2018  11:38 AM

How AI and machine learning enable testing to keep up with IoT

Antony Edwards Profile: Antony Edwards
ai, Artificial intelligence, Automated Testing, intelligent testing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, IoT testing, Machine learning, Testing

The internet of things has penetrated every aspect of our lives, and it's transforming how we test and develop software. With the IoT market projected to be worth


December 13, 2018  10:31 AM

Four trends proving device as a service is not a passing fad

Stephanie Dismore Profile: Stephanie Dismore
business models, DaaS, device as a service, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, IoT services, service models, subscription services, Sustainability, workforce

The "Uberization" effect is driving a seismic shift in the role services play in our increasingly on-demand economy. Enabled by technology, new service models allow customers to get exactly what they want when, where and how they want it. In notable ways, the service economy has already impacted...


December 12, 2018  2:55 PM

No smart security without IoT protocols

Ohad Amir Profile: Ohad Amir
device interoperability, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT cybersecurity, IoT devices, IoT protocols, Protocols, smart home

Modern smart home security owes much of its success to advances in IoT protocols. These communication channels enhance interoperability and enable thousands of devices to "speak" and interact with each other -- a critical requirement for any smart system. The adoption of a


December 12, 2018  9:49 AM

What to expect from IoT, the technology of future

Ekim Saribardak Profile: Ekim Saribardak
Fleet Management, gps, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IoT devices, IoT fleet, IoT logistics, smart home, telematics

We live in an age where technology is improving at an unprecedented rate in human history. In the span of a decade, phones, computers, vehicles and almost all tools we use in our daily lives gained self-operating capabilities and connectivity over the internet. The ability to interact and...


December 11, 2018  4:01 PM

IoT cybersecurity: A major concern for agriculture

Karina Popova Profile: Karina Popova
farms, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, iot security, precision farming, smart farming, smartag

During the few last years, people have been creating complex connected machines. The whole network of IoT reveals incredible opportunities, but at the same time, we have been informed about negligence in IoT cybersecurity.

New technology = new IoT cybersecurity

Whenever you


December 11, 2018  12:43 PM

Mitigating IoT security risks through the use of deception technology

Carolyn Crandall Profile: Carolyn Crandall
cybersecurity, deception technology, Internet of Things, iot, IoT cybersecurity, IoT defense, IoT regulations, iot security, Network, Security

The internet of things is growing rapidly, and IoT-enabled devices are beginning to appear in all aspects of our lives. This not only impacts consumers, but also enterprises, as it is expected that over 50% of all organizations will have some form of IoT in operation in 2019. The number of...


December 11, 2018  12:05 PM

5G to provide advanced connectivity for fourth Industrial Revolution

Vicki Livingston Profile: Vicki Livingston
3GPP, 5G, 5G and IoT, 5G applications, 5G security, 5G technology, fourth Industrial Revolution, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Industry 4.0, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT communications, IoT connectivity, iot security, IoT wireless, LTE, smart manufacturing

The rationale for the development of the fifth generation of mobile communications (5G) was not only to expand the broadband capabilities of mobile networks, but unlike previous communications technology generations (2G, 3G and 4G LTE), also to provide advanced wireless connectivity for a wide...


December 10, 2018  3:04 PM

Designing human-centered IoT interactions: Break out of the glass box

Eric Bogner Profile: Eric Bogner
AR, augmented reality, brain activity, brain command, gesture, gesture control, Gesture recognition, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, touch, User experience, UX, voice control

The internet of things. The phrase suggests an object connecting to and sharing information with other objects ... but it doesn't seem to factor you, the human being, into the mix. In order for IoT to be meaningful, it must include the human touch. This sense of human touch currently...


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