Unlocking the Value of IoT with Lifecycle Management

Intel

This webinar explores the lifecycle journey of IoT devices and how to ensure the devices and data generated are secured from design/creation to end of life. With guest speakers from Intel and Comodo, the discussion will include:  Zero-touch onboarding and registering of devices,  Credential management: PKI for IoT at scale, Data security, Automation and operational efficiency
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Spotlight

The Internet of Things and the rise of the smart devices, whether it ultimately proves to be revolutionary or evolutionary, will require some testing practices to evolve as well. Planning and design in the beginning of the project will continue to prove crucial to success. The testing itself will prove more complex and will rely more on testing in the field and the use of test subjects, but this shift will provide fresh and meaningful insights into the smart device under test.

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PKI for The Internet of Things

GlobalSign

Is PKI the answer for securing the Internet of Things? As Gartner and other industry experts have pointed out, PKI has been used to authenticate and secure machines and devices for decades. Beyond identifying the devices, PKI offers both the encryption necessary for communicating sensitive and proprietary information, as well as the data integrity needed for the "big data" that comes from IoT to have any value.
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Internet of Things (IoT) for Agriculture

Paepard

Internet of Things (IoT) - networks of objects that communicate with other objects through Internet - holds potential to transform today's agriculture by enabling more precise resources management through low-cost sensors and generating large amount of data for effective decision-making.
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Successfully Installing and Commissioning NB-IoT and LTE-M Modules

Keysight Technologies

The availability of LTE network coverage in a customer location is not an accurate indication of a fully operational NB-IoT or LTE-M service. Internet of Things (IoT) devices are typically installed in remote locations such as basements and garages where the network signals are weak. Failure events and transmission repetitions often occur in poor conditions, quickly consuming the battery and even failing to connect.
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9 IoT Predictions for 2019

IoT-Egypt Forum

By 2020, the Internet of Things (IoT) is predicted to generate an additional $344B in revenues, as well as to drive $177B in cost reductions. IoT and smart devices are already increasing performance metrics of major US-based factories. They are in the hands of employees, covering routine management issues and boosting their productivity by 40-60%. The following list of 9 predictions explores the state of IoT in 2019 and covering IoT impact on many aspects of business and technology including Digital Transformation, Blockchain, AI, and 5G.
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Spotlight

The Internet of Things and the rise of the smart devices, whether it ultimately proves to be revolutionary or evolutionary, will require some testing practices to evolve as well. Planning and design in the beginning of the project will continue to prove crucial to success. The testing itself will prove more complex and will rely more on testing in the field and the use of test subjects, but this shift will provide fresh and meaningful insights into the smart device under test.

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