Expert Panel: How IoT Enabled Asset Tracking Drives Transformation

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Where are my assets? IoT is enabling secure tracking of moving assets throughout the supply chain. Knowing where things are at any given time or any place is critical to transforming business operations – reducing theft and loss, saving time and money, and improving operational efficiency. But what technology is required to enable this business transformation? How do you make sense of it all and choose the best option for your IoT initiative? Should you build or buy?
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More than 80 percent of North Americans live in urban areas and are increasingly concentrating in mid-sized and large cities. This trend is expected to continue as economic forces, industry drivers and other factors drive people toward urban areas.1 Faced with increased populations, cities are challenged to create more efficient ways to deal with the impact of this growth while being sensitive to environmental, economic and quality of-life issues. Connectivity and bandwidth are fueling a new Gigabyte economy that will rely on smart services. Wireless and fiber-optics are key enablers of that connectivity and will play essential roles in creating smart communities.

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How to Beat the Competition to Market with IoT

IoT World Today

For today’s IoT deployments, businesses need to enter the marketplace fast – and often before they are able to fine-tune their solutions. This introduces the need for agile remote device updates to resolve software bugs, close security gaps, and enable and test newly developed features – all on the fly. Today’s IoT solution deployers need to utilize tools, process, and systems that enable this rapid update environment – while keeping operational costs low.
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How Mexico's Future is Linked to IoT

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The Internet of Things is one of the fastest growing technologies in Mexico. What are the drivers and restraints behind that trend? How are different verticals adopting IoT? What is the full revenue-generating potential of IoT in the country toward 2022? Finally, what do you need to start planning your IoT deployment?
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Mitigating Security Risks When Designing IoT Applications

The ever-growing ecosystem of connected devices inevitably brings additional security risks to enterprises. With this in mind, what should you consider to secure your business systems in an increasingly connected world?
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How to Easily Implement Security in Your IoT Product

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For companies developing products connected to the Internet of Things, ensuring security can be a challenge. Because IoT device manufacturers often lack sufficient security expertise, they look to their chip providers to handle security.
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More than 80 percent of North Americans live in urban areas and are increasingly concentrating in mid-sized and large cities. This trend is expected to continue as economic forces, industry drivers and other factors drive people toward urban areas.1 Faced with increased populations, cities are challenged to create more efficient ways to deal with the impact of this growth while being sensitive to environmental, economic and quality of-life issues. Connectivity and bandwidth are fueling a new Gigabyte economy that will rely on smart services. Wireless and fiber-optics are key enablers of that connectivity and will play essential roles in creating smart communities.

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