Roborace plans to be the first global championship for electric driverless racing cars where the real competitors are programmers running the smart AI code.
The fusion of energy management, security and convenience in IoT creates a tailored, personalized user experience, says Rob Martens of Allegion. In other words, it provides flexibility.
Adding computer vision into the smart home, advises Gideon Shmuel, can bring increased security, safety, comfort and entertainment to consumers.
Domotic data can be gleaned from smart home devices to benefit a number of applications, explains Raoul Wijgergangs of Z-Wave, Sigma Designs
The 'identity of things' alone won't solve IoT's security woes, but Micro Focus' Geoff Webb says it will significantly influence the IoT worldview.
Businesses must adopt an iterative, agile approach to deciding which people, skills and team will take them into an IoT world, says Canonical's Mike Bell.
Navigating the uncharted ocean of IoT big data is exciting and challenging. Rick Harlow of Flutura mapped out seven core IIoT big data use cases to help.
Recent legislation calls for new IoT security measures. But as ThingStream's Neil Hamilton points out, the answer might already be in use today.
The benefits of IoT come with them complex security concerns. SAP National Security Services' Mark Testoni explains how to overcome the challenge.
Keeping IoT data secure requires the proper technology. Reiner Kappenberger of HPE explains how format-preserving encryption, or FPE, can help.
Fortinet's Anthony Giandomenico says IoT device manufacturers need security standards or legislation to avoid market disruptions and consumer mutinies.
Panoramic Power's Tsafrir Oranski looks at how technology today -- specifically, the internet of things -- is working to preserve and revitalize our planet.
IoT isn't a consumer fad; enterprises also enjoy its benefits. But, ForeScout's Pedro Abreu adds, along with benefits, enterprises must be aware of its risks.
For truly inclusive smart cities, planners must integrate aging and accessibility considerations into their smart city projects, says AT&T's Chris Penrose.
Proper management of security secrets is no small task with many remaining in use for extended periods. Momenta Partners' Pavan Singh explains.
Thanks to the OPC Foundation's Unified Architecture, suppliers are finally able to realize the promise of Industry 4.0, says Accelerite's Dean Hamilton.
Embedding security in IoT chips is critical. NexLogic's Zulki Khan on important IoT PCB design and assembly points associated with embedded security.
The greatest IoT revenue opportunities are in flexible monetization models, such subscription or pay-per-use, says Flexera's Eric Free.
Cisco's Barry Einsig explains how cities, states and local governments can create the foundation for a modern connected transportation system.
Can millions of "dumb" devices connect without compromising security? Openwave Mobility's Aman Brar explains why cellular IoT, or CIoT, may be the solution.
Turning a profit drives a lot of cybercrime -- and IoT is becoming a huge target for cybercriminals. Anthony Giandomenico of Fortinet discusses.
With the right business model in place, organizations can ensure IoT investments are not short-lived. Canonical's Mike Bell explains.
Christopher Budd of Palo Alto Networks takes a look at the IoT-based Amnesia botnet, or as he calls it, "a Mirai that wasn't."
The internet of things is here -- and it's vulnerable. It's time to take security in IoT seriously; OIES Consulting CEO Francisco Maroto explains how.
When it comes to IoT adoption, there are four distinct waves. Pavan Singh takes a look at the state of IoT adoption today.
Sumedha Rubasinghe of WSO2 identifies five key challenges of IoT device management and offers advice on how to overcome them.
When it comes to IoT product design, Chris Matthieu of Citrix knows it's all about the user experience, not the engineers doing the designing.
One of the most effective ways of securing IoT, says Steve Woo of Rambus, is with a silicon-based hardware root of trust.
Artificial intelligence is growing at a rapid pace, going beyond the usual expectations from machines, able to recognize images and behavioral patterns.
Digital IDs require an accurate, accessible and secure technology. Is blockchain the answer? Factom's Tiana Laurence explores the option.
Securing industrial IoT is one of the greatest inhibitors of IIoT adoption. ThingStream's Neil Hamilton explains why a new framework for secure IIoT is needed.
Chris Drake, CTO of oneM2M and iconectiv, explains why semantic interoperability is key to realizing large-scale IoT operations that deliver true value.
Choosing an IoT platform isn't easy. Jonathan Marsh of WSO2 discusses and explains why open source is a strategic move.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are critical to the success of 'the internet of energy,' explains Stuart Gillen of SparkCognition.
After 2016's Mirai botnet, the world has been bracing for the IoT attack era. When will that day come? Christopher Budd of Palo Alto Networks discusses.
In order to bridge the gap separating IT and OT teams, says Jason Andersen of Stratus Technologies, a new breed of 'hybrid OT' professionals is emerging.
The deployment of drone delivery fleets is becoming more of a reality each day – so what's hold it back? BoldIQ CEO Roei Ganzarski discusses.
IoT creates cybersecurity vulnerabilities in every capacity, from homes to critical infrastructure. Cytellix's Brian Berger offers tips to help stay safe.
Has the internet of things won a new best friend in blockchain? Ron Lifton of NetScout discusses the benefits and challenges of the newfound friendship.
To uncover how to improve security with AI, we must first consider that the way we perform security operations is broken, says Greg Martin, CEO of JASK.
With IoT to aid them, farm owners are maintaining data more accurately for farm animals and increasing their productivity, paving way for precision farming.
When data can be effectively used to guide actions and gain useful insights, it's an increasingly large part of a technology company's value.
Artificial intelligence-powered tools are providing criminals an easy way to forge audio and video files. Beware; identity theft and fake info will rise.
Machine learning's promise of improving asset management is what keeps the spark going, says Saviant Consulting's Yatish Patil.
How do you maintain IoT device high reliability especially at the printed circuit board (PCB) level? NexLogic CEO Zulki Khan discusses.
With IoT, the days of testing what you build are over. TestPlant's Antony Edwards explains why you need to test everything that you touch.
The general definition of the internet of things is getting cloudy, so Lona Dallessandro of Autodesk says it's time for us to hone our elevator pitch.
Like baseball GMs, says Red Hat's James Kirkland, OT teams are hoping IoT will improve their chances at a hitting a home run at every at-bat.
Safeguarding healthcare IoT cannot be an afterthought. Simon Moffatt of ForgeRock offers five steps to take on the path to secure healthcare IoT.
Many pressures are being placed on today's farmers. MOBI's Josh Garrett explains how IoT and smart farming is helping solve these challenges.
While IoT will require a micropayment architecture, David Rolfe of VoltDB says the current state of bitcoin renders it more or less useless for IoT
The benefits of IoT are aplenty, but there are instances when creating a connected product doesn't make sense. IPS President Mitch Maiman explains.
The commingling of public clouds and IoT clouds is a gamble. Fortinet's James Cabe explains how to prevent a tornado (or botnet) from ravaging IoT security.
The key to securing internet of things systems lies in focusing on the silicon, says Art Swift, president of prpl foundation.
To realize significant value over time, your organization's IoT offering should implement learning loops to adapt and evolve, says Bright Wolf co-founder James Branigan.
Julian Weinberger of NCP engineering explains how VPNs can help secure global ATM networks as the number of M2M attacks increases.
In this Q&A, learn why rebranding to an industry-specific technology and staying up to date with technical skills is critical for IoT success.
In 10 years, we'll begin seeing the smartphone's demise, predicts Gal Oppenheimer of Built.io, as IoT devices and platforms become interoperable.
The industrial internet of things is investing billions into healthcare artificial intelligence. IBM's Watson is developing different innovations.
A connected city isn't the same thing as a smart city. Zachary Rudzki, manager at TechNexus, explains the difference.
Portnox CEO Ofer Amitai outlines five steps that can help CISOs ensure that their security appliance doesn't turn into just another IoT device.
James Turino of Drake Star Partners provides an update of IoT mergers and acquisitions in 2017, as well as a private placement update.
Creating a reliable, available and secure future-proof network ready to cope with unpredictable data demand is non-negotiable, says Ciena's Rob Tomkins.
Choosing an industrial AI-driven IoT platform isn't easy; Flutura's Rick Harlow offers 21 questions to ask to find the best one for your IIoT initiative.
Vishnu Andhare of ISG says we're at the dawn of a hardware renaissance, where IoT hardware startups have the chance to rule the world.
Monetizing IoT is all about partnerships, business models and pairing the right software with your hardware, says Juan Carlos Lazcano of Gemalto.
Pest control is an area where IoT isn't often considered, but should be according to infiswift chief commercial officer Arup Barat.
When it comes to IoT ecosystems, we've been living on the edge for too long now. Uday Davuluru of Lemonbeat GmbH says it's time to move closer to it.
Many of the same challenges that hit the cloud world are reemerging in the IoT space. Fortinet's James Cabe discusses.
CERN is exploring the capabilities of AI to provide protection to the world's largest particle collider. Research and training of the AI is underway.
How can small and medium-sized cities invest in smart tech? More With Mobile founder Ken Figueredo says they should learn from large cities' successes.
The cloud can't process data quickly enough for IoT applications. OIES Consulting's Francisco Maroto discusses how fog/edge is stepping up to the plate.
One of the most significant challenges of security in IoT is how to talk about security, says Ted Harrington of Independent Security Evaluators.
Low power, wide area network standards are allowing us to truly realize the vision of IoT; Sierra Wireless CTO Philippe Guillemette explains.
Director of automotive and connected car product management at Cisco, Shaun Kirby, on five lessons the connected car market can learn from enterprise IoT.
IoT can improve productivity and efficiency, but may create a Luddite movement by reducing human labor needs. MOBI chief strategy officer Josh Garrett explains.
Smart city success requires updating decades-old, proprietary transportation infrastructure. Connecthings CEO Laetitia Gazel Anthoine explains.
IoT in healthcare represents an exciting new frontier for the wider tech community. Olivier Legris, lead strategist at Future Platforms, takes a look.
Data lakes combined with the proper analytics technology are well suited for IoT implementation. Red Hat chief architect James Kirkland explains why.
With the arrival of IoT and technology advancements in our homes and in our lives, security and privacy are becoming more important than ever.
To create a preventative customer service environment, field service organizations need to put an IoT-enabled integration strategy in place.
Organizations that are integrating IoT into their business should equally prepare for a deep digital transformation in their cyber and compliance practices.
Businesses need to build on a foundation that supports long-term growth. This starts by choosing the right IoT platform.
Traditional business models aren't keeping up with the internet of things; it's time for a new IoT business model to emerge.
Help for hands-on workers may be on the way from a technology that has seen breakout success in the consumer world: voice.
Data analytics is the key to unlocking value from IoT data collected from smart buildings and enabling organizations to truly put their buildings to work.
It is simply not possible to straightaway leap to an AI solution without going through the rigors of establishing a robust data analytics practice.
As industry moves forward, industrial leaders must consider not only when digital transformation should happen, but also how.
There's a gap between technology investment and productivity; investments are up yet productivity is down. Learn how IoT can help close the gap.
To instill consumer confidence and secure IoT, the industry needs a new robust layer of end-to-end security for connected devices. MNOs can help.
It's safe to say a new era is here; we are living in an increasingly on-demand world. But is the ecosystem ready to support life on-demand?
Cloud architecture is key to the success of IoT; understanding the technologies at your fingertips and how to deploy them is the name of the game.
With API management for IoT, business can react quickly, anticipate the customer needs and deliver a superior user experience.
If cities want to make the journey to being smart, they should look to the multiple leading cities across the U.S. for examples of how to find success.
Deploying a network of platforms, technology and tools that can generate, analyze and receive data directly supports and enhances customer relationships.
Why is it important for organizations to think strategically about IoT interoperability? There are at least three reasons why; learn more.
There is one situation, however, that is ripe for innovation and a natural use case for innovation at the hands of IoT: the industrial technology space.
When designing IoT security frameworks, it is critical to build protection into every step of the device lifecycle.
It is becoming more important than ever for businesses to ensure they have the right IoT strategy and LPWAN technologies in place to suit their needs.
As billions of devices are digitized and connected to the cloud, the traditional, manual approach to testing has no hope in keeping up.