Secure Smart Lighting: Unlocking a Building's IoT Potential

Arm Ltd

Arm technology is at the heart of a computing and connectivity revolution that is transforming the way people live and businesses operate. Our advanced, energy-efficient processor designs are enabling the intelligence in more than 125 billion silicon chips and securely powering products from the sensor to the smartphone to the supercomputer. With more than 1,000 technology partners, including the world's largest consumer brands, we are driving Arm innovation into all areas compute is happening inside the chip, the network and the cloud.
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Spotlight

Consumers are very familiar with the “Internet of Things,” ranging from activity trackers to “smart” appliances, home metering devices for water and electricity, “smart” parking meters, and more. The Internet of Things has also extended into the enterprise. In business-to-business settings, sensors collect data and that information can reduce unplanned downtime, optimize business processes, and support new product and service offerings.


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Analyzing Data from the Internet of Things

What do a jet engine and a pacemaker have in common? Data. They’re generating lots of it, along with millions of other connected devices being used right now.
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Disrupting Insurance with IoT

Joe Policella presents at the IoT University and exciting new development for Insurance Industry. perform a live demonstration on how IoT can disrupt traditional business models in the insurance industry. The demonstration illustrates Insurance as a Service, Usage Based Insurance/Dynamic Pricing, and Prescriptive Analytics.
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Using Deep Packet Inspection, Semantic Awareness to Implement Zero Trust to IoT

Rohde & Schwarz

The Internet of Things (IoT) will provide a wealth of information that will enable us to collect, understand and process data in real-time. This new form of M2M interaction will be partially enabled through SDN/NFV.
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2016 Security Outlook

Security issues continue to dominate the global agenda through increasing regional tensions, rising terrorist activity...
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Spotlight

Consumers are very familiar with the “Internet of Things,” ranging from activity trackers to “smart” appliances, home metering devices for water and electricity, “smart” parking meters, and more. The Internet of Things has also extended into the enterprise. In business-to-business settings, sensors collect data and that information can reduce unplanned downtime, optimize business processes, and support new product and service offerings.

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