Flexible IoT Framework Architectures

ThingWorx, a PTC Technology

As IoT applications emerge and begin to be deployed, traditional architectural concepts have created unnecessary restrictions or have even become roadblocks. The fluidity of IoT intelligence and functions between sensors, silicon, and software and the tools used to develop them require more flexibility and adaptability. Can flexibility be built into the IoT architecture without losing structure and interoperability? How does this flexibility work within various use cases? What kinds of industry examples are there to demonstrate flexible frameworks in action? View this webinar to hear our panel of IoT experts address these questions and discuss in detail the tools and technologies that support the IoT flexible framework.
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It's often easy to spot an M2M or IoT project that fails, but not always easy to differentiate between a so-so project and a 5-star success. At IoT Asia in Singapore Jeremy Cowan, editorial director of M2M Now invites a panel of experts to define what makes a successful IoT project for them.

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Developing to Maximize the IoT Revolution

Polarion Corporation

You say you want a revolution? The promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) is the merger of software and hardware. Embedded Software and systems are being repurposed through connections with each other (machine-to-machine) and with you.
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Mobile Device Trends in the Internet of Things

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In the Internet of Things, there's no such thing as a mobile device that operates in isolation. And yet, mobile devices and apps are often marketed, sold, and bought as if they're independent products. Manufacturers and consumers alike need to think less in terms of "discrete product" and more of "interconnected systems." No one wants 50 different mobile apps to control 50 different things in their smart home or smart health environments. With IoT product manufacturers championing different communications protocols, the challenge is to enable one mobile app to control many devices.
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Operate on Another Level: Leveraging IoT and SCADA to Improve Water & Sewer Operations

Innovyze

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Common Attacks on IoT Devices

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The importance of securing embedded devices has become clear to the whole industry as they started to play a bigger role in our daily lives in recent years. Up to now, it has been easy to compromise IoT devices such as vacuum robot, IP cameras, smart home devices, etc.
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It's often easy to spot an M2M or IoT project that fails, but not always easy to differentiate between a so-so project and a 5-star success. At IoT Asia in Singapore Jeremy Cowan, editorial director of M2M Now invites a panel of experts to define what makes a successful IoT project for them.

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