AWS IoT in the Connected Home

AWS

Consumer device manufacturers are looking to build innovative products through cloud connectivity, but know that the development cycles to build that capability into the device or to build out a scalable cloud backend are costly and timely. AWS IoT provides services to easily build secure connectivity into the device itself as well as cloud services to secure, manage, update, and analyze those devices and their data. In this webinar, we'll cover how AWS IoT services can be used in home automation to help customers build innovative products, for example by integrating voice control with Alexa. Hunter Douglas, an AWS IoT customer, will share how they've used IoT services to build their Alexa enabled PowerView Intelligent Shades.
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Spotlight

This growth is taking place despite severe limitations on commercial UA flights, notably the need for pilots to keep the aircraft in sight. At the same time, the wireless technologies used to control UA have a very limited range, restricting the usefulness of these aircraft. If pilots were able to operate unmanned aircraft beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS), UAS could be used for many new applications, such as inspection and surveys, transport and logistics, surveillance and monitoring, and communications and media. Safe BVLOS operations would also enable UAS to play a much greater role in disaster response and law enforcement.


OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Selecting the right sensing solutions for IoT and smart city applications

Avnet

The emergence of the Internet of Things has changed the way engineers approach environmental control systems. It is now easier than ever to control the direct and indirect environmental factors to which housing, urban areas, or industrial plants are subject, through cloud-based solutions, thresholds and automatic response procedures. Sensors play a key role in these systems, gathering the data from which intelligent decisions can be made by a central control system.
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The importance of telematics in an IoT world

Gigaom

This 1-hour webinar will discuss the importance of the telematics in the insurance industry. The insurance industry is experiencing disruptive forces from several directions. At the same time, competition is heating up and creating pressure in ways not previously seen. Telematics provides an innovative way for insurance companies to change the value proposition for their business and customers.
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Internet of Things webinar recording: 2018 in a nutshell and what 2019 has in store for IoT

Hogan Lovells

On 18th December we hosted the final instalment in our Internet of Things Webinar series for 2018. Michele Farquhar, Tim Tobin, Mark Parsons, and Valerie Kenyon provided a round-up of the hot topics from 2018, including key regulatory and legal developments in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, in areas such as connected vehicles, drones, smart phones, medical devices, and many more. They also provided an insightful look into what developments and changes 2019 has in store.
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Why the IoT Needs Upgradable Security

Silicon Labs

In this webinar, Lars Lydersen, senior director of product security at Silicon Labs, delves into the historical data of how adversary capability has evolved, and discusses how these can be extrapolated into the future. This understanding gives a necessary background to evaluate what security functionality is necessary in an IoT design. Even with advanced security functionality, there will always be unknown unknowns, and it will be necessary to secure against attacks and adversaries of the future.
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Spotlight

This growth is taking place despite severe limitations on commercial UA flights, notably the need for pilots to keep the aircraft in sight. At the same time, the wireless technologies used to control UA have a very limited range, restricting the usefulness of these aircraft. If pilots were able to operate unmanned aircraft beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS), UAS could be used for many new applications, such as inspection and surveys, transport and logistics, surveillance and monitoring, and communications and media. Safe BVLOS operations would also enable UAS to play a much greater role in disaster response and law enforcement.

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