The Critical Role of Enterprise IT in IoT Deployment

HARMAN International

Successfully deploying Internet of Things (IoT) projects and generating economic value requires synergy between the operations technology (OT) and information technology (IT) departments within an enterprise. While OT focusses on making sure their high risk, mission critical operating assets are up and running in an efficient manner, IT has to face the twin challenges of security and data management. IoT solutions rely on IT whether deployed in a factory, an operating room, a city intersection, an oil rig or a retail shelf. A vital element of the OT/IT convergence is the realization that with the advent of IoT the datacenter is literally and figuratively moving to the edge. How an enterprise manages, secures, captures and stores its IoT data is key.
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LTE-M, a machine-focused variant of the 3GPP LTE standard, is designed to meet the high-coverage, low-cost, and lowpower consumption requirements of the Internet of Things (IoT). In January 2017, a group of more than a dozen industry players evaluated LTE-M’s coverage performance, and published a white paper which concludes that LTE-M supports the very deep coverage required for IoT applications [1]. This follow-up paper takes the next step to evaluate the message latency, battery life, and capacity performance for LTE-M category-M1 devices.


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How To Visually Develop IoT Applications with AWS IoT Things Graph

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AWS IoT Things Graph is a service which enables non-developers to visually create workflows between physical sensors, physical assets and web services to build intelligent networked solutions spanning physical and virtual things. In this tech talk, you will learn how to use prebuilt device abstractions and protocol translators to easily enable interactions between devices, even if they weren’t designed to work together. You'll see how built-in visual editing tools in Things Graph can be used to quickly arrange abstractions and deploy them in the cloud or on edge devices. Things Graph has powerful workflow management to automatically coordinate and track each step of the flow, and we will show you how you can take advantage of this and more.
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On-Demand: Building a Verified IoT Data Management Platform

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Join this webinar to learn how to build an IoT data management solution at the endpoint, using commercial tools for IoT databases, data distribution systems on Linux. We’ll also discuss how to manage and analyze sensor data locally within the Industrial IoT paradigm for faster responses and to reduce reliance on the cloud infrastructure.
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During this presentation, KORE will take a look at evolving technological and industry-specific trends that are contributing to a shift from traditional PC-based applications to tablet-based applications. As an increasing number of businesses become reliant on mobile, “deskless” employees, it’s becoming increasingly important for these workers to have a versatile, convenient, and “always-on” way to access critical cloud-based information.
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INNOVATING WITH IOT--EXAMPLES FROM THE REAL WORLD

HFS Research

This groundbreaking webinar brought together a diverse panel of early leaders in IoT to share their experiences and insights into what it means to be innovative with IoT.
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Spotlight

LTE-M, a machine-focused variant of the 3GPP LTE standard, is designed to meet the high-coverage, low-cost, and lowpower consumption requirements of the Internet of Things (IoT). In January 2017, a group of more than a dozen industry players evaluated LTE-M’s coverage performance, and published a white paper which concludes that LTE-M supports the very deep coverage required for IoT applications [1]. This follow-up paper takes the next step to evaluate the message latency, battery life, and capacity performance for LTE-M category-M1 devices.

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