Industrial IoT

Businesses Prepare for ‘Hybrid’ Workforces with New Policies and Tech Infrastructure

January 12, 2022

‘Hybrid’ Workforces
TeamViewer commissioned an independent market research firm to survey a random sample of 200 managers, directors, VPs and higher working in the legal, finance, marketing, HR, customer support, sales, IT, and facilities departments of their organizations covering 13 different industries ranging from professional services to retail, travel and hospitality, and more. The study took place in February and March 2021, in partnership with TrendCandy research and Dynata, a global B2B panel provider.

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Yume Cloud Inc.

Yume Cloud Inc., a startup specializing in sensor technology and Entertainment IoT, is demonstrating an Entertainment solution called GLOW. GLOW uses advanced sensors to detect physical motion and sound, that interpret sensing data, to create original and playful audio and visual effect. In 2017 & 2018, we showed our GLOW products, Bluetooth mesh-network, and our latest products from MASS GLASS project (for details, please see below FEATURES section) at the South by Southwest [SXSW] show in Austin, Texas.

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Consumer IoT Device Cybersecurity Standards, Policies, and Certification Schemes

whitePaper | February 23, 2023

There are three key elements in the world of Internet of Things cyber security. Standards are created in order to harmonize a common set of requirements. Regulations are created in order to incentivize manufacturers to adopt cybersecurity hygiene practices so as to protect societies and increase their cyber-resilience. Labels are created in order to provide visibility to consumers.

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Breaking the Silos in V&V: The IoT Way

whitePaper | May 1, 2022

For Years, testing methodologies have focused on individual elements (Silos) of an organized, connected system. Testing is getting performed in isolation for front-end, back-end and field devices. The result – even though an individual element may work well, the chain of connected system may still appear to be broken due to flaws in integration points.

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Cognitive Twins for Supporting Decision-Makings of Internet of Things Systems

whitePaper | December 3, 2019

Internet of things (IoT) is a network of items embedded with sensors which are connected through the internet [1]. One IoT system consists of computing devices, physical plants and networks defined as a system-of-systems (SoS) [2]. During developing IoT systems, architectural dependencies across the entire SoS are challenged because of the massive compositions among them.

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IoT white paper

whitePaper | January 22, 2022

This white paper has been prepared for distribution for informational purposes only. No regulatory authority has examined or approved any of the information set out in this white paper. The white paper may not be exhaustive and does not imply any elements of a contractual relationship or obligations.

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IoT for Development: Use cases delivering impact

whitePaper | June 29, 2023

Utility services such as energy, water, sanitation, waste management and transport are essential to life. The Digital Utilities programme enables access to affordable, reliable, safe and sustainable urban utility services for low-income populations through digital solutions and innovative partnerships. In doing so, we also seek to support cities in low- and middle-income countries in their transition to a low carbon, climate-resilient future.

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Global Industry Standards for Industrial IoT

whitePaper | June 2, 2021

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a rapidly expanding world of connected objects. As IIoT systems proliferate, large amounts of data are consumed by machine learning algorithms and shared between partners, customers and others. IIoT is a technology environment in which integration and interoperability are critical capabilities and the complexity of this environment makes this difficult to achieve. Standards play a critical role in IIoT for five main reasons. First, users and vendors cannot engineer a custom interface every time components or systems need to interact. Standards can make this explosion of interfaces manageable; they are the lingua franca for interoperability. For suppliers, this eliminates needless costs related to common capabilities instead encouraging a focus on innovations that add value.

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Spotlight

Yume Cloud Inc.

Yume Cloud Inc., a startup specializing in sensor technology and Entertainment IoT, is demonstrating an Entertainment solution called GLOW. GLOW uses advanced sensors to detect physical motion and sound, that interpret sensing data, to create original and playful audio and visual effect. In 2017 & 2018, we showed our GLOW products, Bluetooth mesh-network, and our latest products from MASS GLASS project (for details, please see below FEATURES section) at the South by Southwest [SXSW] show in Austin, Texas.

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