Shake Rattle and Roll: Designing IoT Devices to Withstand Harsh Environments

ANSYS, Inc

Because the Internet of Things (IoT) is everywhere, the smart devices that comprise the IoT must be able to function reliably for long periods in a variety of harsh conditions. Extremes of vibration, impact and fatigue can result in significant repair costs, mission failure and even risk to human life. Damage caused by vibrations during launch was responsible for 45 percent of first-day spacecraft electronics failures, according to NASA.
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Oil & Gas: Extend your real-time business using SAP in Remote Sites

such as the liberation of remote locations using SAP Transaction Availability for Remote Sites (TARS) and Predictive Maintenance on SAP HANA integrated with Internet of Things (IoT) functionality and infrastructure...
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Internet of Things - Roadmap for an IoT ready T&D network

Engerati

This webinar will evaluate an ideal roadmap to build and deploy an IoT ready T&D network.Future technologies and network architecture.Designing for scalability, embracing IPv6 and looking beyond.Incorporating wireless into the communication toolkit.
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Introduction to Internet of Things and Connected Cars

HackerEarth

We are pleased to announce the Hackerearth Webinar series, to help you learn from the best programmers and domain experts from all over the world.We are starting this series with a webinar on IoT. This webinar would cover a short introduction about IoT and actualizing it. There would be a live session of connecting a simulated device to the internet and an explanation of real life scenario – connected car.
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Industrial IoT: What is Missing and What is Next?

451 Research

451 Research has covered the adoption of Industrial IoT for several years, and it is a significant area to consider both for existing IT providers and for those industries looking to automate further. IIoT has significant long-term equipment installations, brownfield sites, as well as major new installations adopting all of the latest technology, under its umbrella. This area also has the ongoing organizational struggles between Operational Technology (OT) and IT, making projects more complicated to build and deploy. There are also some noticeable gaps in the approaches to IIoT and its related technologies that may not have been dealing with adequately.
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