THE “INTERNET OF THINGS” AND CLINICAL RESEARCH: PRIVACY, SECURITY, AND ETHICAL ASPECTS

Chesapeake IRB

The “Internet of Things” is a vision of the future where connected devices interact directly with other devices and data, without any human intervention. The Internet of Things (IoT) promises the power to transform healthcare, change how we detect and diagnose conditions, help create a larger pool of patients for clinical trials, speed enrollment, improve informed consent, and foster better care over the long run.  The IoT is a cross-disciplinary effort involving sensor networking, data management and the internet.
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Spotlight

Transform the IoT Edge with intent-based networking. Cisco has everything you need to make it happen


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The Entry Path to Your Next IoT Application Design

Renesas

Have you been challenged by your management to design a state-of-the-art IOT solution? Are you searching for the right microcontroller to be used? You don’t want to make any trade-offs, but enjoy large memory, high security, and easy use?
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Implement Intelligent Manufacturing with IoT

Microsoft

Intelligent Manufacturing with IoT: Learn about transformation in manufacturing from predictive maintenance, smarter plant floors, machine learning, drones, data visualization and more.
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Telecom IoT ecosystem success fundamentals

Iot-Analytics

Are you ready for industry digitalization and massive IoT opportunities? Join this webinar to learn how Ericsson’s IoT Accelerator Marketplace can give you the fundamentals needed for IoT ecosystem success. Listen to our leading experts as they take you through the following key topics. There’s always a lot to take in at Mobile World Congress, that’s why we will recap our innovations of IoT use cases, from VoLTE over Cat-M to a number of IoT solutions for industry, agriculture, public safety and transport.
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Managing Data in the Age of the Internet of Things

Teradata

Organizations have made great progress with analytics using traditional data sources, but the Internet of Things (IoT) will mean a new upsurge in data, and attendant challenges in absorbing and analyzing that data. In a July 2015 webinar, analytics experts Lynn Wu, Sri Narasimhan, and Sam Ransbotham discussed the data and analytics opportunities presented by this phenomenon.
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