ThingWorx, a PTC Technology
Smart, connected devices are all the rage when it comes to IoT. Research firm Gartner says there will be 6.4 billion connected devices in use in 2016, an increase of 30% from 2015. As more components of your IoT infrastructure becomes connected, the demand for a solution that protects manufacturers and their end-customers from hackers, malware, and unsafe operations continues to increase. So how will you secure your existing IoT devices and prepare your infrastructure for the double-digit increases that are occurring year-over-year? In this webcast replay, Rob Black, Senior Director of Product Management at PTC, explains how the ThingWorx IoT platform meets the requirements of security-minded manufacturers and their end customers by discussing key IoT security challenges.
From wearable technology to augmented reality, and from smart buildings to diagnostic tools that help make sense of vast new streams of data, the “Internet of things” (IOT) is transforming the way we plan, execute, measure and experience meetings and tradeshows.
The proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT) will drive widespread adoption of IoT devices, platforms and related technology. However, be wary of "off the shelf" IoT solution claims. In most cases, you will need to assemble IoT solutions by combining new IoT technologies with existing applications and data. This will create unique challenges when aligning IoT projects with existing investments in analytics, information management, cybersecurity, etc.
The European Commission (DG CONNECT) will be holding a webinar on Friday, 29 January (and not the 25th as previously announced erroneously) from 11.00 to 12.00 CET on the call topic "Internet of Things: IoT-01-2016: Large Scale Pilots Pilot 1: Smart living environments for ageing well". The European Commission (DG CONNECT) will be holding a webinar on Friday, 29 January (and not the 25th as previously announced erroneously) from 11.00 to 12.00 CET on the call topic "Internet of Things: IoT-01-2016: Large Scale Pilots Pilot 1: Smart living environments for ageing well". The webinar will give an overview of the topic and provide answers to participants' questions via the chatroom. Registration is now closed. Proposers should check the networking tool.