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July 16, 2018  1:59 PM

Edge computing will be vital for even simple IoT devices

Svein-Egil Nielsen Profile: Svein-Egil Nielsen
BLE, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Devices, Cloud Computing, Edge computing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, IoT devices, IOT Network, iot security, LPWAN

Edge computing risked becoming an IoT cliché. The phrase kept popping up everywhere with no clear consensus on what it meant or if it was important. But as a former Chair of the Bluetooth SIG and now a CTO for wireless semiconductors, I've seen enough of the evolution of wireless...

July 12, 2018  1:37 PM

Offloading smart car data: 5G can only stem the tide

Greg Najjar Profile: Greg Najjar
5G, 5G technology, Automobile, Connected car, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IOT Network, LTE, P2P, Wireless carriers, Wireless network, Wireless networking

The proliferation of smart autonomous cars in the coming years will require a new approach to wireless data. According to Intel, these vehicles will process 4,000...


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 27, 2018  2:46 PM

New mobility and digital identity: The vehicle for success

Ashley Stevenson Profile: Ashley Stevenson
Connected car, Customer personalization, IAM, identity, Identity management, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, iot security, Mobility, Personalization, smart city

In the physical world, each person is unique, with their own set of relationships, personal preferences, financial profile, physical characteristics, past behaviors, future plans and so on -- the attributes that make up their identity. Being able to recognize each customer's unique identity...


June 14, 2018  11:05 AM

BAW filters: Problem-solvers for key Wi-Fi and IoT challenges

Cees Links Profile: Cees Links
filters, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, Wi-Fi, Wireless, Wireless interference, Wireless network, Wireless networking

It's no secret that the internet of things is expanding at breakneck speed. On average, today's households have 12 clients or IoT products communicating with each other. These numbers are expected to increase dramatically, and quickly.


May 30, 2018  3:56 PM

What will drive the 5G revolution?

Tim Sherwood Tim Sherwood Profile: Tim Sherwood
3G, 4G, 5G, ai, Artificial intelligence, Bandwidth, Internet of Things, iot, Latency, Mobility, Wireless network, Wireless networking, wireless networks

The mobile device explosion of the last decade has changed the way we operate in our personal and professional lives. But the truth is, we've experienced just a small sliver of what is possible in our highly connected world. More growth and change are coming, and quickly. The


May 30, 2018  1:57 PM

Serving up five real-world applications for Raspberry Pi

Brian Geisel Brian Geisel Profile: Brian Geisel
Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT hardware, Microcomputer, Microcontroller, prototype, Raspberry Pi

We thought Raspberry Pi was a fad. Then we thought it was just for tinkerers or hobbyists. But ever since the first of these microcomputers was shipped in 2012, it's been making inroads in real companies making legitimate products. Even though the Raspberry Pi hardware is not open source, it is...


May 29, 2018  3:33 PM

Is blockchain the answer to IoT security?

Ofer Amitai Profile: Ofer Amitai
Blockchain, DLT, IBM, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, Peer-to-Peer, reliability, samsung, Security, security in IOT

Imagine this: An electric and autonomous Uber pulls up at a charging station on the side of the road. To receive the charge, the car is required to communicate and pay the station, while the station needs to trust that indeed it will be paid before it starts charging. The two machines need to...


May 24, 2018  3:46 PM

What the T-Mobile-Sprint merger means for IoT

Josh Garrett Profile: Josh Garrett
5G, AT&T, carrier, Internet of Things, IOT Network, LoraWAN, Merger, service provider, Service providers, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, Wireless carriers

It's no secret that T-Mobile and Sprint are talking merger. However, other wireless carriers -- and even some nontraditional competitors -- have focused their attention on developing advanced solutions for the internet of things instead. So, how will this merger affect


May 22, 2018  11:31 AM

Smart city initiatives eschew gadgetry, focus on people

Lauren Horwitz Profile: Lauren Horwitz
"San Francisco", 5G, Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, IOT Network, Mobility, Smart cities, smart city, traffic

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- While some argue there is no such thing as a smart city, U.S. cities continue to work to earn the title. Some of this is about nomenclature, of course. Practitioners say that the term smart...

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