Enterprise Internet of Things (IoT)
Developing and deploying IoT products that consumers will pay for requires hard work. And as Keysight Technologies' Cheryl Ajluni explains, that work starts with building an IoT business plan ...
To achieve value in industrial-connected systems, says Bright Wolf's James Branigan, it is critical to understand the various actors in the value delivery chain, as well as their requirements, ...
Considering how far technology has come in a short time, one might consider when computing will become ambient and span virtual siloes. Aricent's Ben Pietrabella explains.
Wire bonding is a critical component of IoT printed circuit boards. NexLogic's Zulki Khan explains why, offering advice to find the best EMS provider for your IoT PCB project.
As the amount of data generated by IIoT devices climbs and new technologies continue to roll out, says VoltDB's Madhup Mishra, the importance of real-time analytics only grows.
While adding IoT makes perfect sense and value for products, for others it doesn't. Treasure Data's Rob Parrish outlines five things to consider before turning your product into an IoT device.
An industry as time- and cost-sensitive as fresh food requires proper data collection and analysis to ensure safety and quality. Zest Labs' Peter Mehring explains how IoT fits in the equation.
Traditional plants need to adopt new technologies to embrace digital transformation and its value. SparkCognition's Stuart Gillen outlines how artificial intelligence fits into the connected plant ...
James Turino of Drake Star Partners provides an update of the IoT sector mergers and acquisitions in 2018, as well as a private placement update.
As we all know, the increasing sophistication of our workplaces has also created more opportunities for chaos. Crestron's Daniel Jackson explains how the internet of things and cloud computing can ...
Data can only transform your business when it's freed from silos and integrated across the value chain. Tata Consultancy Services' Regu Ayyaswamy outlines how a connected digital enterprise can help.
Have you ever thought about making money with IoT, AI or blockchain? What about if you combine all three in a new business model? OIES Consulting's Francisco Maroto discusses.
NFC is the ultimate consumer IoT-enabler, creating near-term opportunities in wearables and public transport. The NFC Forum's Paula Hunter elaborates.
We're in the beginning phase of the next iteration of smart cities: Smart City 3.0. And as Ciena's Daniele Loffreda explains, proving ROI, creating alliances and focusing on the backbone (the ...
We cannot rely on device manufacturers to provide the security needed for personal and enterprise IoT use; it's up to IT teams to put the proper security measures in place. Zvelo's Louis Creager ...
Which is better for IoT, the cloud or the edge? Nordic Semiconductor's Svein-Egil Nielsen explains why a combination of both will open up great opportunities for an IoT-enabled world.
Continuous learning systems are now attainable for a range of industrial IoT use cases thanks to in-memory HTAP computing. GridGain's Nikita Ivanov discusses.
As AI goes from a "nice to have" to a "need to have," it's also evolving in terms of complexity. Implementing AI isn't one-size-fits-all, as Progress's Mark Troester explains.
The IoT market is expanding, showing no sign of stopping. Flutura's Rick Harlow crunches the numbers and explains how to get your piece of the pie.
Many IoT scenarios require ways to analyze and act on collected data at the source. StreamSets' Kirit Basu explains why edge computing is gaining traction in an IoT world.
IoT needs seamless, secure connectivity, one which can only be achieved through standards. The Broadband Forum's Jason Walls explains how USP fits the bill.
Open source software has never been more valuable than it is today. And its effect on IoT, says MOBI's Josh Garrett, allows advanced initiative investments to pay off in three disruptive ways.
What organizational changes and new value-chains will allow industrial firms to package and monetize IoT data successfully? More With Mobile's Ken Figueredo discusses.
Connected produce means you finally know when that avocado is ready to be eaten. Infor's Guy Courtin offers the benefits of a connected grocery store.
In today's technology-driven world, data is the new oil. However, to make technology successful in the auto industry, says Gemalto's Kate Migon, connectivity and security are key.
Without net neutrality, ISPs and telecom companies can prioritize services according to customer needs. One industry likely to feel the effect of this, explains NCP engineering's Julian Weinberger, ...
Will IoT events disappear? Sure. It doesn't matter if is in two or three years, but IoT-only events will not make sense, says OIES Consulting's Francisco Maroto.
With the help of data scientists, the air transportation industry will evolve in the coming years. NYC Data Science Academy's Vivian Zhang explains how big data and IoT will improve travel for ...
Making legacy, often proprietary, systems smart isn't as easy as 1, 2, 3. Interoperability and teamwork are key to making Industry 4.0 a reality, says oneM2M's Chris Meering.
Fog computing is emerging as critical to processing IoT data at the edge. But is it for your organization? Yenlo's Ruben van der Zwan discusses a use case of fog computing and how it could affect ...
While the specifics of an IoT policy will vary between industries and organizations, this framework from the Midwest IoT Council should provide a solid starting point. ITA's Julia Kanouse discusses.
Designing an IoT device requires more attention to product design details. IPS's Mitch Maiman offers six IoT design mistakes to avoid for successful IoT product development.