Building IoT Apps with Superpowers

Building IoT Apps with Superpowers

Applications in the Internet of Things are much more than a user interface on the web or on a mobile device. “Apps” can take the form of a UI that gives a user a new experience on a smart, connected product. It could also take the form of a prediction from an analytic model derived through machine learning or the integration of a data feed from a connected operation into another business system. The core of an IoT application begins with establishing a model of the Thing and its world, both physical and digital, that it fits in. This model enables APIs, UIs, partner integrations, enterprise integrations, and analytics to click into a common framework for rapidly delivering and evolving a solution, even in the face of changing underlying technology.
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Today, the shift to becoming a data driven business is driving massive transformation across all industries. The telecommunication industry, by its nature being a massive producer of data which will only increase with the coming explosion of the IoT (Internet of Things) and 5G networks, is at the critical stage of transformation. Mobile operators are evolving from being connectivity providers to being intelligence service providers through the use of advanced analytics and big data technologies on IoT and other sources of data.


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Shake Rattle and Roll: Designing IoT Devices to Withstand Harsh Environments

ANSYS, Inc

Because the Internet of Things (IoT) is everywhere, the smart devices that comprise the IoT must be able to function reliably for long periods in a variety of harsh conditions. Extremes of vibration, impact and fatigue can result in significant repair costs, mission failure and even risk to human life. Damage caused by vibrations during launch was responsible for 45 percent of first-day spacecraft electronics failures, according to NASA.
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Steve Olshansky - ISOC Botswana IoT Webinar

Internet Society

Steve Olshansky, Internet Technology Program Manager at the Internet Society, gives a presentation on Internet of Things Security during the Internet Society Botwsana IoT Webinar on 13 December 2018.
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Scaling IoT Applications - IoT Panel Discussion

Ayla Networks

Companies making virtually any kind of embedded systems are now faced with the daunting task of inter-connecting these devices into a larger communications system that provides intelligent guidance for the user and important analytics that measure efficiencies and capabilities of the resulting IoT system. Creating prototypes of the environment can be deceptively simple – engineering teams may be able to put together compelling proof-of-concept prototypes in a matter of days or weeks. However, scaling these prototype systems to industrial or residential scales dramatically increases complexity in terms of maintaining performance, obtaining the right precision for the application, and interfacing to external systems with collection and analytics capabilities.
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The 7 Biggest Mistakes Manufacturers Make When Launching IoT Products

Ayla Networks

The path to creating successful connected products is littered with road kill. Many industry-leading manufacturers struggle with getting their discrete products connected and creating meaningful solutions. Without deep insight into all the potential pitfalls of launching connected products for the IoT, manufacturers are likely to make critical mistakes.
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Spotlight

Today, the shift to becoming a data driven business is driving massive transformation across all industries. The telecommunication industry, by its nature being a massive producer of data which will only increase with the coming explosion of the IoT (Internet of Things) and 5G networks, is at the critical stage of transformation. Mobile operators are evolving from being connectivity providers to being intelligence service providers through the use of advanced analytics and big data technologies on IoT and other sources of data.

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