Industrial Internet of Things

For companies with the right mindset, Internet of Things platforms and technologies will open up major opportunities for improved asset performance, new service offerings, improved operational efficiency, and completely new ways of offering value to customers. In this extremely dynamic, complex, and fast-moving space, ARC's Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Advisory Service provides the intelligence you need to incorporate the latest IIoT-related developments and best practices into your strategies.

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Thin Film Electronics

Thin Film Electronics ASA (Ticker: THIN.OL) is a leader in the development of printed electronics. The first to commercialize printed rewritable memory, Thinfilm is creating printed system products that will include memory, sensing, display and wireless communication—at a cost-per-functionality unmatched by any other electronic technology. Thinfilm's roadmap of system products integrates technology from a strong and growing ecosystem of partners to enable the Internet of Things by bringing intelligence to disposable goods. Specialties Printed Memories, Printed Electronics - Temperature Threshold Detection Smart Labels, Integrated Printed Systems, NFC enabled smart labels, Printed Sensor Devices, NFC OpenSense™, EAS Electronic Article Surveillance

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Focusing on the ‘Things’ and Their Manufacturers

whitePaper | March 1, 2016

The promise of the Internet of Things is usually presented as benefits to end consumers. Safety and security devices that can send an alert to the user when smoke is detected in the home or a door is opened when nobody is home. HVAC and water heating systems that adjust to residents’ individual comfort levels. Lighting that automatically illuminates where and when needed for optimal visibility, ambience or safety. But this consumer-focused view skips a crucial step: Manufacturers of traditional products such as refrigerators and water heaters and lights first need to design and manufacture connected versions of their products. In other words, they need to create the ‘things’ of the Internet of Things (IoT).

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Security and the Internet of Things (IoT)

whitePaper | July 14, 2016

There have been three revolutionary waves in the development of the Internet. The first wave, back in the 90s, was user devices (mainly desktops) connecting to businesses via wired Internet connections (dial-up, DSL, etc.).

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APAC service providers must scale up and scale out security infrastructure to meet demands of distributed clouds, IoT and 5G

whitePaper | September 17, 2019

This creates a need for an architecture which can provide increased capacity and massively increased performance. As service providers adopt new architectures, they must ensure that their security posture is su¬iciently agile to change with new requirements, and that security does not act as a bottleneck to network performance. Security infrastructure must be able to scale up to handle increased capacity requirements, and scale out to accommodate the increased signaling and session demands of edge distribution, combined with increasing volumes of IoT endpoints.

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IoT Security Guidelines for Network Operators

whitePaper | October 31, 2017

This document provides top-level security guidelines for Network Operators who intend to provide services to IoT Service Providers to ensure system security and data privacy. Recommendations are based on readily available systems and technologies that are deployed today.

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"Building a gateway to the Internet of Things"

whitePaper | March 1, 2016

"The IoT will include not just new devices specifically designed for IoT compatibility but also systems that are already in place today and operate outside of the IoT cloud. However, the path to creating a ubiquitous cloud of interconnected devices requires a means for devices that are not IP-based to connect without having to bear the cost of a full Ethernet or Wi-Fi interface with accompanying protocol stack. This can be achieved through the use of gateways that bridge these devices to the Internet in the context of real-world applications. In addition, adding intelligent and embedded control to gateways can simplify IoT device design by providing access to shared processing resources. While this white paper focuses on implementing connectivity for IoT applications, it offers insights into the design of any application requiring embedded Internet connectivity. Key topics addressed include implementing IP connectivity, security, disparate node aggregation, power and cost."

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Cellular networks for Massive IoT – enabling low power wide area applications

whitePaper | March 1, 2016

"With new standards specifically targeting the connectivity requirements of Massive Internet of Things (IoT) applications, cellular networks can deliver reliable, secure and diverse IoT services using existing network infrastructure."

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Spotlight

Thin Film Electronics

Thin Film Electronics ASA (Ticker: THIN.OL) is a leader in the development of printed electronics. The first to commercialize printed rewritable memory, Thinfilm is creating printed system products that will include memory, sensing, display and wireless communication—at a cost-per-functionality unmatched by any other electronic technology. Thinfilm's roadmap of system products integrates technology from a strong and growing ecosystem of partners to enable the Internet of Things by bringing intelligence to disposable goods. Specialties Printed Memories, Printed Electronics - Temperature Threshold Detection Smart Labels, Integrated Printed Systems, NFC enabled smart labels, Printed Sensor Devices, NFC OpenSense™, EAS Electronic Article Surveillance

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