What Next for Mobile Operators in the IoT?

GSMA

With the growth of the Internet of Things, new roles are emerging for mobile operators. Watch this webinar to hear senior operator speakers discuss how they are leveraging new enablers such as Edge Computing and Blockchain to maximise their value in the IoT ecosystem.
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Spotlight

The future of UX, in certain segments of Consumer and Infrastructure IoT, will be driven by storytelling and emotions. When technology disappear, it’s replaced by magic – resulting in far stronger experiences – experiences that want to be relived time and time again. Two examples are the Roomba vacuum by iRobot and the Disney theme park magic band. And did you know that many owners of expired Roombas can’t bear to throw them away, even after they’ve been replaced? Talk about product loyalty or is that love?


OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Smart Systems: Deliver Innovation and Revenue with IoT

ThingWorx, a PTC Technology

The Internet of Things is changing the way businesses, cities and markets operate. Put simply, smart, connected systems are enabling a new era of value-added services and insights by holistically connecting, managing, and optimizing a complex set of information from sensors, devices, people, and traditional software solutions into a “system of systems." Watch this webcast recording featuring Robin Duke-Woolley, CEO at Beecham Research, and Scott McCarley, Senior Director of Solution Management at PTC, to learn how to create and capture value, looking beyond existing systems and services to new opportunities and business models that foster collaboration and participation—from customers, suppliers, partners, and your own employees. Example application areas include Smart Cities, Smart Buildings, Smart Energy, and Smart Agriculture. This webcast was originally broadcast on March 24, 2016.
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Monetizing the Internet of Things (IoT)

Flexera Software

In Gartner’s recent Emerging Technology Analysis Report: Licensing and Entitlement Management is the Key to Monetizing the Internet of Things, Gartner states that the Internet of Things (IoT) turns all hardware and appliance OEM vendors into software providers. They go on to say that licensing and entitlement management technology will serve as a key mechanism that enables manufacturers to protect and monetize the embedded intellectual property running as software on these connected devices.
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On-demand: Security Considerations in the Internet of Things (IoT) Era

Xively by LogMeIn

In the case of the Internet of Things, the combination of tiny sensors, powerful and inexpensive processors and cloud-based management and analysis tools are creating entirely new categories of products and also new opportunities for criminals and other malicious actors. It goes without saying that companies that leap into IoT before they look (carefully) at the security and privacy implications of that move will pay a price.
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Panel: Multicore in IoT

ThingWorx, a PTC Technology

Internet of Things environments are becoming more complex and systems are utilizing multi-core processors and platforms for medical, financial, and industrial applications. View this webinar recording to hear from a panel of experts as they discuss multi-core platforms, virtualized embedded environments, hypervisors, RTOS, and tools to address IoT requirements for these advanced IoT environments. This webcast was originally broadcast on November 17, 2015.
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Spotlight

The future of UX, in certain segments of Consumer and Infrastructure IoT, will be driven by storytelling and emotions. When technology disappear, it’s replaced by magic – resulting in far stronger experiences – experiences that want to be relived time and time again. Two examples are the Roomba vacuum by iRobot and the Disney theme park magic band. And did you know that many owners of expired Roombas can’t bear to throw them away, even after they’ve been replaced? Talk about product loyalty or is that love?

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