Life On The Edge Of The IoT

ThingWorx, a PTC Technology

It’s inevitable that the Internet of Things is rapidly changing the way products and services function across the enterprise. But have you dug down into the details to understand how these things are actually connected? All of the communication between a product, the cloud, and you is made possible by “The Edge” – this is where your things are! Sensors, actuators, controllers, agents, and communication form the edge and enable you to obtain real-time information from your products and services. This webcast recording will help you to gain a clear understanding of how information is gathered from devices and communicated to the cloud and to you. Join Jon Bruner, Director of Hardware & IoT at O’Reilly, and Joe Biron, VP of IoT Technology at ThingWorx.
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Spotlight

The Internet of Things generates an incomprehensible amount of data. It is predicted that by 2020 that there will be 50 billion devices connected to the Internet generating exabytes of data.Machine Learning will play an imperative role in aggregating this data by using sophisticated algorithms designed to identify patterns from which new information can be fostered.This research will focus on the role of machine learning in the Internet of Things and evaluate the impact it will have on cyberspace.


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Watch Ana Sancho, Libelium’s Key Account Manager for Agriculture, Water, and Environment, speaking about how the IoT has opened a wide range in terms of possibilities for farmers and agricultural management organizations to make smart and strategic decisions.
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Internet of Things applications are advancing past prototypes and proof of concepts into commercial use. As these things get deployed, the security architecture enters a new danger zone with high stakes if a security breach occurs. If you are developing connected products, it’s important to understand how companies like yours are addressing these challenges to create and secure value for their customers.
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Startups are linking sensors to machinery, laying down technical infrastructure and cloud services, and helping companies spin data into useful insights on the backend.
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Spotlight

The Internet of Things generates an incomprehensible amount of data. It is predicted that by 2020 that there will be 50 billion devices connected to the Internet generating exabytes of data.Machine Learning will play an imperative role in aggregating this data by using sophisticated algorithms designed to identify patterns from which new information can be fostered.This research will focus on the role of machine learning in the Internet of Things and evaluate the impact it will have on cyberspace.

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