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Webinars

Can Machine Learning Solve IoT’s Big Data Problem?
CAN MACHINE LEARNING SOLVE IOT’S BIG DATA PROBLEM?
November 02-02, 2017
Between 2015 and 2020, IoT devices will more than double in number to 30 billion, driven by surging adoption in diverse segments such as personal, household, government, industrial and many others. IoT proliferation, in turn, will generate vast amounts of data, propagation will enable businesses to ...

Lessons Learned: Smart Manufacturing Case Studies
LESSONS LEARNED: SMART MANUFACTURING CASE STUDIES
October 18-18, 2017
Introducing a new IoT solution promises opportunities to improve productivity, reduce downtime and a range of other benefits. But where should you start, and how can you avoid the mistakes of others? Targeted at companies evaluating technologies and starting their IoT journey, this webinar will disc...

Smart Cities: Challenges and Opportunities for Carriers and Service Providers
SMART CITIES: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR CARRIERS AND SERVICE PROVIDERS
November 09-09, 2017
With 80% of the world’s population currently residing in urban centers, interest in a smart cities solutions from vendors and service providers is very high. However, most smart city projects to date have focused on just a few key applications, such as metering and lighting. What will it take ...

Does 5G Eliminate the Need for Wi-Fi Connectivity in Automotive?
DOES 5G ELIMINATE THE NEED FOR WI-FI CONNECTIVITY IN AUTOMOTIVE?
October 26-26, 2017
The number of Wi-Fi-connected passenger vehicles is projected for rapid growth over the next several years, with Wi-Fi implementation becoming standard in cars for telematics, infotainment, safety and navigation applications. However, the increased capabilities of LTE Advanced and 5G could minimize ...

Preparing for the 5G future
PREPARING FOR THE 5G FUTURE
October 30-30, 2017
The buzz around 5G continues, with some analysts projecting it will upend entire industries. Industry analyst firm, ABI Research, is forecasting that mobile broadband operators will generate $247 billion in 5G revenues in 2025. At the same time, there are many mixed messages surrounding 5G, and as w...

Webinar: IoT Architecture for Web-Developers
WEBINAR: IOT ARCHITECTURE FOR WEB-DEVELOPERS
October 18-18, 2017
The development of products and systems for the Internet of Things (IoT) is significantly different from developing for the Web. Different languages are used as well as embedded operating systems and IoT frameworks. Furthermore, IoT devices use different protocols to communicate with each other and ...

Mobile IoT for Smart Cities
MOBILE IOT FOR SMART CITIES
October 25-25, 2017
Mobile IoT, also known as Low Power Wide Area (LPWA), is ideal for smart cities solutions. Benefited from its low power consumption, low device cost, long battery life (up to 10 years) and wide area cellular coverage, cities can become more efficient and make their assets work harder.

Scaling the IoT with 5G and Edge Computing
SCALING THE IOT WITH 5G AND EDGE COMPUTING
November 01-01, 2017
With the continued demand for bandwidth and ever-increasing speed of broadband services, telecom providers have been looking for incremental solutions to help them scale their infrastructure quickly and cost-effectively. In the field, carriers are looking for ways to transition to 5G without having ...

Best Practices for Continuous Testing of IoT Products
BEST PRACTICES FOR CONTINUOUS TESTING OF IOT PRODUCTS
October 19-19, 2017
Today, connected products and IoT platforms deliver immersive experiences throughout customer, partner and employee engagements. However, adding connectivity to traditional products has its own challenges. The underlining fact is many manufacturers (OEMs) are not prepared to address all complexities...

Webinar: Mobile IoT (LPWA) for Smart Cities
WEBINAR: MOBILE IOT (LPWA) FOR SMART CITIES
October 25-25, 2017
Mobile IoT, also known as Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) in licensed spectrum, is ideal for smart cities solutions. Benefited from its low power consumption, low device cost, long battery life (up to 10 years) and wide area cellular coverage,  cities can become more efficient and make their assets ...

Improved Patient Outcomes Require the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)
IMPROVED PATIENT OUTCOMES REQUIRE THE INTERNET OF MEDICAL THINGS (IOMT)
October 25-25, 2017
The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) and the transition to patient outcomes are changing the way medical device companies approach new product development. Medical device companies are learning to utilize IoMT to receive, track and report data to interact with the internal states and the external e...

Connected Car: Putting Digital Identity Behind the Wheel
CONNECTED CAR: PUTTING DIGITAL IDENTITY BEHIND THE WHEEL
November 14-14, 2017
The Internet of Things comprises of a diverse range of devices from industrial sensors controlling critical manufacturing processes all the way to home devices like smart TVs and fridges. The idea of connecting a car to the internet started as an upgrade to the vehicle’s onboard entertainment ...

Explaining GPUs to Your CEO: The Power of Productization
EXPLAINING GPUS TO YOUR CEO: THE POWER OF PRODUCTIZATION
November 09-09, 2017
Discussions about the future of data and artificial intelligence, from the Internet of Things (IoT) to predictive analytics, generally focus on potential to reshape how we live and how products perform for the better for accurately predicting cataclysmic failures or business problems far faster than...

Building Security for the Internet of Things
BUILDING SECURITY FOR THE INTERNET OF THINGS
November 09-09, 2017
Whether your business makes cars, uses medical devices, or employs any other "Internet-enabled" technology, you could be a target for online attackers. As the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes a broader reality in business, IT and security professionals are being challenged to find ways to ...

Transformative Smart Manufacturing Technologies
TRANSFORMATIVE SMART MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES
November 16-16, 2017
Digital twins will minimize down-time, extend equipment’s useful life and help manufacturers meet new regulations. Early opportunities include monitoring of remote assets such as wind turbines, offshore drilling wellheads, jet engines and energy inverters as well as industrial equipment on the...

Information Management in the Context of IoT
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF IOT
October 24-24, 2017
Around the mid-2000s, the growth rate of Internet-connected devices, primarily computers and mobile phones, began to outpace that of the global population. By 2008, there were more Internet-enabled devices than people in the world. That trend will accelerate, but it won’t be personal computers...

IoT based HEMS delivers energy efficiency in Stockholm Royal Seaport
IOT BASED HEMS DELIVERS ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN STOCKHOLM ROYAL SEAPORT
November 10-10, 2017
Preliminary findings from the research in Stockholm Royal Seaport, but also the possible business models for pre- and retro-fit smart home solutions. Utilities are looking for additional services for consumers to recover diminishing margins. Offering Home Energy Management services is one example th...

SPOTLIGHT

The development of products and systems for the Internet of Things (IoT) is significantly different from developing for the Web. Different languages are used as well as embedded operating systems and IoT frameworks. Furthermore, IoT devices use different protocols to communicate with each other and