Boston Digital Industrial Group

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Boston Digital Industrial Group (aka Boston DIG) is a meetup for entrepreneurs and corporate innovators interested in the future of industrial applications for technologies, including (but not limited to) IoT, AR/VR, edge computing, advanced manufacturing (including 3D printing), AI/ML, and end-to-end data integration. Industry verticals including but not limited to manufacturing, oil & gas, chemicals, pharmaceutical, aerospace, engineering & construction, transportation & logistics, automotive, etc.

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SENET AND THE HELIUM NETWORK EXPAND INTEGRATION TO DELIVER LORAWAN CONNECTIVITY AND MANAGED NETWORK SERVICES GLOBALLY

Senet | April 21, 2022

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Senet, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based software and services platforms that enable global connectivity and on-demand network build-outs for the Internet of Things (IoT), and the Helium Network, the world’s largest decentralized wireless network, today announced an expansion of their roaming integration to include Helium-compatible Hotspots deployed globally. This global expansion follows a previously completed network integration for US customers and the delivery of integrated netw...

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IOT RESEARCHERS PROPOSE LAG-FREE NETWORKING SOLUTION

RT Insight | February 04, 2020

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As more Internet of Things (IoT) devices enter into the workplace, networks may become congested and lead to lagging connections. This may cause critical failures if the data is not sent over quickly, which could lead to delays and accidents.To reduce that risk, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have proposed a system that would give IoT devices a side channel to avoid heavy traffic slowdowns. In a paper titled “EasyPass: Combating IoT Delay with Multiple Access Wireless Side Cha...

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THREE SCALABILITY ISSUES AFFECTING IOT ADOPTION

IoT Business News | February 17, 2020

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Years of experience in technology have taught me a few hard lessons. The first lesson is that new technology is often over-hyped, forgetting that technology is a means, with business being the goal. As adoption begins, those steadfast few, the innovators, help us better understand the intrinsic business logic supporting adoption. A reoccurring theme, as we progress from millions to billions of devices, is scalability. Scalability is omnipresent right now; companies are pivoting around the idea. ...

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WHAT IS AN IOT PAYMENT? IT’S MORE NUANCED THAN YOU THINK

Payment Journal | February 26, 2020

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One of the biggest trends in the payments industry is the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT). In recent years, there’s been a profusion of IoT infrastructure, with billions of IoT devices coming to market around the globe. These devices collect troves of information and enable a range of helpful payment and logistical capabilities. As these devices become more ubiquitous, understanding what is and what is not an IoT payment becomes more crucial. However, the payments industry has not had...

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SOFTWARE AND TOOLS

SENET AND THE HELIUM NETWORK EXPAND INTEGRATION TO DELIVER LORAWAN CONNECTIVITY AND MANAGED NETWORK SERVICES GLOBALLY

Senet | April 21, 2022

Senet, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based software and services platforms that enable global connectivity and on-demand network build-outs for the Internet of Things (IoT), and the Helium Network, the world’s largest decentralized wireless network, today announced an expansion of their roaming integration to include Helium-compatible Hotspots deployed globally. This global expansion follows a previously completed network integration for US customers and the delivery of integrated netw...

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IOT RESEARCHERS PROPOSE LAG-FREE NETWORKING SOLUTION

RT Insight | February 04, 2020

As more Internet of Things (IoT) devices enter into the workplace, networks may become congested and lead to lagging connections. This may cause critical failures if the data is not sent over quickly, which could lead to delays and accidents.To reduce that risk, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have proposed a system that would give IoT devices a side channel to avoid heavy traffic slowdowns. In a paper titled “EasyPass: Combating IoT Delay with Multiple Access Wireless Side Cha...

Read More
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THREE SCALABILITY ISSUES AFFECTING IOT ADOPTION

IoT Business News | February 17, 2020

Years of experience in technology have taught me a few hard lessons. The first lesson is that new technology is often over-hyped, forgetting that technology is a means, with business being the goal. As adoption begins, those steadfast few, the innovators, help us better understand the intrinsic business logic supporting adoption. A reoccurring theme, as we progress from millions to billions of devices, is scalability. Scalability is omnipresent right now; companies are pivoting around the idea. ...

Read More
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WHAT IS AN IOT PAYMENT? IT’S MORE NUANCED THAN YOU THINK

Payment Journal | February 26, 2020

One of the biggest trends in the payments industry is the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT). In recent years, there’s been a profusion of IoT infrastructure, with billions of IoT devices coming to market around the globe. These devices collect troves of information and enable a range of helpful payment and logistical capabilities. As these devices become more ubiquitous, understanding what is and what is not an IoT payment becomes more crucial. However, the payments industry has not had...

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