O’Reilly Media: From Idea to Prototype

If you've been curious about Raspberry Pi, and were afraid it may be some foodie’s next dessert sensation, then this is your opportunity to step out of the shadows and experience a hands-on opportunity to see what the Internet of Things actually means. In a condensed version of our IoT tutorial presented at LiveWorx, you will connect a sensor, create an application for it, and then experience it in augmented reality. Working alongside experts from O’Reilly and PTC, and using the ThingWorx® IoT platform and Vuforia™ augmented reality technology; you’ll take your idea to a prototype in no time.
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Narrow Band IoT in Industrial Environments

Deutsche Telekom IoT/M2M

Dominik Schieders, Deutsche Telekom at the Solutions World Congress, Barcelona. For more information please choose one of the following platforms

Electric Vehicles, the Smart Grid and the Internet of Things - How Everything will be Integrated in the Smart City of Tomorrow

IEEE

As a follow-up to his November 2014 presentation - Electric Vehicles and the Smart Grid - IEEE Internet of Things expert, Lee Stogner, will continue the discussion with an introduction to the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things is the Perfect Storm of advanced sensors, real time networks and massive data centers. Add to this combination of technology, new software applications that can process vast amounts of information at a cost not available just a few years ago. All of this will give government, industry and consumers the power to solve problems and create new clean industries.

Security and The Internet of Things

Gemalto NV

The Internet of Things (IoT) describes an era in which uniquely identifiable devices are able to communicate within the existing Internet infrastructure. With an estimated 50 billion connected devices deployed across the globe by 2020, the promise of the Internet of Things is fast approaching. The Internet of Things will be a game changer in part due to the scope of data and devices requiring protection, but it also promises to change the security paradigm. The future of IoT will rely on the ability to create a foundation of security, trust, and data integrity.

On-demand Webinar: What's Your IoT Maturity?

Xively by LogMeIn

Many companies have already embarked on their IoT journeys, but the path to sustainable success with IoT is still being defined. Xively and guest IDC will discuss IDC's Internet of Things MaturityScape framework that lays out the different stages businesses will travel through as they develop IoT competency.

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