Wireless Communication Standards for the Internet of Things

For the sake of argument and to keep it simple, I have left out the cellular standards, although we do recognize that they do play an important role in the IoT (and the so-called M2M business). I also left out RFID, which can be quite useful for the IoT for security purposes, but is less contentious as it is more an electronic bar code replacement instead of doing real (two-way) communication as such. Also for simplicity we have left out the proprietary pseudo standards like ANT+, Z-Wave and EnOcean, for the simple reason that, like other “non-standard” proprietary standards, in the long run, they will not be able to survive against industry accepted international standards.

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Internet of Things (IoT) IoT on cloud – Enabling future of oil and gas industry

whitePaper | January 2, 2020

The ongoing improvement in cost and performance capabilities of computing, storage, bandwidth and software application has led to advancement in information, communication and connectivity technologies and triggered new waves of innovations. The Internet of Things (IoT) represents one major concept within these innovations that promotes the connection of everything in manifold contexts and industries. This includes connecting machines, facilities, fleets, network and even people to sensors and controls; feeding sensor data into advanced analytics applications and predictive algorithms; automating and improving the maintenance and operations of the machine and the entire systems.

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Advancing the Industrial Internet of Things

whitePaper | December 6, 2019

This white paper demonstrates how two leading organizations in the Internet of Things (IoT) can work together towards a common purpose of a robust, interoperable, flexible and efficient Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). We first introduce the two organizations, the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) and oneM2MTM, then illustrate their technical approach to IoT solutions, demonstrating how both organizations’ thought leaders envision the growth of IoT through collaboration.

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Industry 4.0 in agriculture: Focus on IoT aspects

whitePaper | January 10, 2020

The Industry 4.0 trend is transforming the production capabilities of all industries, including the agricultural domain. Connectivity is the cornerstone of this transformation and IoT a key enabling technology that is increasingly part of agricultural equipment. From Industry 4.0 to Agriculture 4.0 The Industry 4.0 trend is seen as a transforming force that will deeply impact the industry. The trend is building on an array of digital technologies: Internet of Things, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and of digital practices: cooperation, mobility, open innovation.

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CYBER SECURITY IN THE ERA OF INDUSTRIAL IOT

whitePaper | February 6, 2020

Industrial cyber security has been a topic of much debate over the last decade. Despite the industry’s widespread acknowledgement of its significance, cyber security in the industry continues to be an elusive subject for many. A huge gap exists in understanding the implications of cyber security; however, the subject has been greatly discussed. Interestingly, the industrial environment is currently passing through a key phase, where the idea of Internet of Things (IoT) is beginning to pervade all areas of industrial operation. This ongoing change is poised to expand the complex security needs in the factories of the future.

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Empowering DSOs to secure the Smart Grid

whitePaper | February 6, 2020

As the world’s growing need for energy meets the power of the Internet of Things, the traditional energy marketplace is rapidly transforming. Millions of meters and energy assets are connected and digitized each year, providing enormous benefits to the entire ecosystem: real time tracking of energy production and consumption data, optimized load balancing systems, streamlined operations and billing systems to name a few. As connectivity expands and the landscape is digitalizing, new distributed energy resources (DERs) and stakeholders are able to integrate into and expand the grid. DERs offer non-carbon resources that improve the energy sector’s overall carbon footprint, a key benefit for everyone.

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4 Keys to Managing IT Remotely

whitePaper | January 12, 2022

The advantages of a well-designed remote IT management solution become indispensable once it enables MSPs and IT departments to do all of the following remotely: Run and maintain IT infrastructure to significantly reduce the average ticket response time Perform maintenance tasks during off hours to avoid interrupting employees Be proactive instead of reactive by keeping software current and safe from cyberattacks, with endpoints protected and data backed up Gain real-time insights into IT infrastructure and share them with business stakeholders to help evaluate current conditions, make timely decisions, and project future needs Boost operational efficiency and reduce costs by monitoring devices and addressing potential problems before they become major issues

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