IoT Agenda

Internet of Things (IoT) Hardware

  • The unseen killer of IoT devices

    Guest Contributor Cheryl Ajluni - Keysight Technologies 27 Aug 2019
  • IT pros have many obstacles to overcome in IoT deployments, but the biggest one that gets overlooked is insufficient bandwidth in measurement instruments. Keysight Technologies' Cheryl Ajluni ...

  • Grab the right IoT tool for the job

    Guest Contributor Richard Beeson - OSIsoft 23 Aug 2019
  • Managing IoT data requires IT pros to understand when to use a specialized or general-purpose tool. OSIsoft's Richard Beeson explains how the difference between information and data determines the ...

  • Mapping the device flow genome

    Guest Contributor Greg Murphy - Ordr 21 Aug 2019
  • Mapping complex systems is a daunting task. But Ordr President and CEO, Greg Murphy, dives into how organizations can map the device flow genome to assist with identifying IoT devices and gain ...

  • Protect IoT bare dies and wire bonds for high reliability

    Guest Contributor Zulki Khan - NexLogic Tech., Inc. 19 Aug 2019
  • The protection of bare dies and wire bonds for IoT devices ensures high reliability and long lasting products. NexLogic's Zulki Khan covers die and wire bond methodologies for increased protection.

  • How to develop edge computing solutions

    Guest Contributor Jason Shepherd - Dell Technologies 12 Aug 2019
  • Both hardware and software get more complex the closer you get to the IoT device edge, so IT pros must get it right when developing edge computing infrastructure.

  • Autonomous drones come with challenges and great potential

    Guest Contributor Sachin Kurlekar - Persistent Systems Limited 05 Aug 2019
  • Drones have untapped potential in industrial IoT, but organizations must work through the challenges to successfully implement autonomous drones, Persistent Systems'

  • IoT PCB microelectronics manufacturing calls for intricate tools

    Guest Contributor Zulki Khan - NexLogic Tech., Inc. 16 Jul 2019
  • Advancements in microelectronics have given manufacturers the ability to shrink IoT printed circuit boards even more. NexLogic's Zulki Khan discusses how laser microscopes can inspect miniature PCBs.

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