In our very first episode of the #AskIoT series, Ryan Chacon interviews Hannah White, the VP of Design and Marketing at Leverege. Hannah and Ryan discuss the current state of design in the Internet of Things industry, how important design is in the development of an IoT solution, and what skills are critical for designers who want to get into the IoT space. She shares her experience around the value of design, how to build a design team within an IoT company, and insights into how, you as a listener, can successfully benefit by introducing some of these tips within your organization.
The #AskIoT team sits down with Mary Clark to discuss how companies can utilize digital transformation strategies, Synchronoss Technologies’ Smart Building solution and who actually owns the data collected by smart buildings.
IoT For All's #AskIoT team sits down with Scott Nelson to talk about his role as a Chief Product Officer, how important design is when building an IoT solution and major trends in the Internet of Things industry. He reminds us to make sure what we build matters.
On this #AskIoT episode, we discuss how to produce real ROI from your smart home devices (hint: it’s the data), the types of connected home products to stay away from and how insurance/utility companies are playing a role in the smart home space.
On this #AskIoT episode, we discuss why business development is difficult in the Internet of Things space, the role of a Project Manager in IoT and how companies can succeed in marketing with limited resources.
On this episode of the #AskIoT series, we sit down with Neil Jain, Product Manager at Site 1001, to discuss what exactly it means for buildings to be “smart”, where building owners are seeing the most ROI from installing IoT and the future of the smart building revolution.
On this episode of the #AskIoT series, we sit down with Mohammad Afaneh, the Founder of Novel Bits, to discuss Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), how it fits into the IoT connectivity landscape, and how it compares to Bluetooth 5 and Bluetooth mesh.