Selecting the ideal wireless technology for Sensor-to-cloud application development

Telit

The IoT is expected to explode as standards for wireless technologies rev-up specifications and capabilities to address the intense densification expected to happen at the edge of IoT to support large sensor and device swarm networks. Analysts forecast the largest growth in IoT connections will come from wireless technologies that can scale easily, onboard data efficiently, use low power, and leverage unlicensed spectrum. In this webinar we will delve into the latest developments in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, LoRa and other wireless standards that meet these requirements; and discuss how you can leverage these developments to innovate and create business and product breakthroughs.
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Spotlight

The global automotive industry has been witnessing a transformation over the last decade with digital communication technologies making rapid inroads in vehicles. The world is moving towards the concept of connected transportation that focuses on providing enhanced connectivity like vehicles communicating with each other to know their presence, real-time communication facility to the occupants of the vehicle. This functionality is enabled by variety of technologies like vehicle to vehicle.


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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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Orchestrating a Smarter Planet in the World of IoT

IEEE

The introduction of pervasive and ubiquitous instrumentation within a smarter planet and internet of things leads to unprecedented real-time visibility of the power grid, traffic, transportation, water, oil & gas, and personal health. Interconnecting those distinct physical, people, and business worlds through ubiquitous instrumentation, even though still in its embryonic stage, has the potential to unleash a planet that is much greener, more efficient, more comfortable, and safer.
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How and why business models will change to face the new challenges in an IoT world

IoT Now Magazine

Traditionally, the main focus of device manufacturers was to deliver a physical product with the respective functionality and to maintain this product throughout its life-cycle. But times have changed. Connectivity becomes more important and creates completely new use cases. Instead of physically tying functionality to hardware devices, software becomes the main differentiator. In order to be successful in this market, device manufacturers are changing their business models and focusing on embedded software as key to customer satisfaction and sustainability. To do so successfully, every device manufacturer needs to know exactly what their customers are entitled to and what they are really using. This includes the ability to communicate with customers and update functionality remotely. Device Manufacturers also need to adapt quickly to different monetization, licensing and pricing models as customer expectations mature. This Webinar gives an overview on changing business models, along with details and examples what is expected from Intelligent Device Manufacturers and where companies are especially successful in the IoT world.
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Solving the IoT Security Challenge with AI and Machine Learning

Cisco IoT Cloud

The ability to intelligently monitor, manage, and control both IT and OT assets represent huge value drivers for companies looking to onboard IoT solutions. But the factors behind IoT strategy decisions are complex; different parties seek to scale their connected endpoint infrastructure, yet lack a common set of tools to operationalize intended efficiency improvements. In this webinar, we’ll focus on the realm of security, where IT tools (i.e. DNS security) have direct applicability to OT (IoT) applications. The challenge is implementing an integrated model at IoT scale, which requires ML/AI.
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Spotlight

The global automotive industry has been witnessing a transformation over the last decade with digital communication technologies making rapid inroads in vehicles. The world is moving towards the concept of connected transportation that focuses on providing enhanced connectivity like vehicles communicating with each other to know their presence, real-time communication facility to the occupants of the vehicle. This functionality is enabled by variety of technologies like vehicle to vehicle.

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