Embedded Modules to Gateways: Choosing the Right Cellular Technology for IoT Deployments

Sierra Wireless

Are you trying to make sense of all the different hardware choices for your cellular-based IoT solution? When should you consider an embedded module design? When is it best to use a pre-certified modem or LTE gateway? How do you truly measure ROI as you navigate through product selection, design/implementation, and in some cases, carrier certification? In this webinar, Industry Experts will explore the cellular-based hardware selection process from both a technical and business perspective.
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The Internet of Things has arrived. Gartner predicts there will be nearly 5 billion IoT devices in use by the end of 2015 and 25 billion connected devices by 2020 1. Organizations must be prepared to take advantage of the significant opportunities that come with the IoT or fall behind competitors.


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Antenna Design and Placement

ANSYS, Inc

As the quantity of antennas increases with the growing number of interconnected smart devices in the Internet of Things, optimizing their placement to minimize interference is more and more important. Protecting communications between devices from outsiders trying to intercept your data is another concern, which can be handled by encryption. ANSYS HFSS is a highly automated and collaborative wireless design solution that is ideal for designing optimized and secure IoT devices, wearable electronics, 5G, UAVs, automotive radar and more. Learn about the latest advances in ANSYS HFSS for antenna design and placement in wireless systems. New features include antenna synthesis, design and processing; encrypted 3-D components with patent-pending hidden and encrypted design; and new high frequency solvers for antenna placement and radio frequency interference (RFI) diagnosis. Discover how ANSYS HFSS delivers the simulation features you need to create reliable, optimized systems, 10x faster than your competition.
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THE “INTERNET OF THINGS” AND CLINICAL RESEARCH: PRIVACY, SECURITY, AND ETHICAL ASPECTS

Chesapeake IRB

The “Internet of Things” is a vision of the future where connected devices interact directly with other devices and data, without any human intervention. The Internet of Things (IoT) promises the power to transform healthcare, change how we detect and diagnose conditions, help create a larger pool of patients for clinical trials, speed enrollment, improve informed consent, and foster better care over the long run. The IoT is a cross-disciplinary effort involving sensor networking, data management and the internet.
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'Wisdom' of Things

TechGig

We are embarking into a connected world and in the so called “IoT” scheme of things – “Everything is connected”. In the years to come, these “Things” of the internet is going to create data – data that gets generated and consumed by an Internet that has enormous number of connected devices. However the real power of “IoT” is the analytics that can be performed for more “meaningful Interactions” and accordingly the complex set of actions that needs to be taken leading to “Wisdom” of Things.
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Addressing The Challenges of Mixed-Signal Internet of Things Designs

ENGINEERING.com

Internet of Things (IoT) devices need integrated circuits (IC) that support analog, mixed-signal and Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS).
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The Internet of Things has arrived. Gartner predicts there will be nearly 5 billion IoT devices in use by the end of 2015 and 25 billion connected devices by 2020 1. Organizations must be prepared to take advantage of the significant opportunities that come with the IoT or fall behind competitors.

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