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IoT has changed the way people interact with products and has started a complete rethinking of business logic. But we still have much to learn.
On this IoT For All podcast episode, Austin Ashe, GM of Intelligent Cities at Current (Powered by GE), explains what "smart lighting" actually means. He also dives into GE's strategy for moving from lighting to smart cities and how it's helping to improve urban transparency.
AllThingsTalk has announced a cloud platform designed in partnership with OKdo, a new global technology company launched today by Electrocomponents Plc (LSE:ECM).
In 2020, we'll approach the pivotal turning point at which IoT and related practices start to fade into the background of our everyday lives.
Using an IoT platform yields many benefits. Product developers can focus on market differentiators, not scalability and software issues.
On this IoT For All podcast episode, former NSA analyst Terry Dunlap introduces us to the problem of IoT device firmware vulnerabilities and how to handle them. He also shares his compelling journey from a teen hacker to an operative tracking down terrorists. He shares with us how that path led to co-founding ReFirm Labs.
New Strategic Collaboration Announced to Develop the Fastest Laser Machine Worldwide for Fast Production...
The European research project "LAMPAS" is working on the world record of fabrication throughput for the production of functionalized surfaces in the domestic appliance market by combining the outstanding characteristics of three laser technologies, being High-Average-Power Ultrafast Lasers, Direct Laser Interference Patterning and Polygon Scanner processing.
On this #AskIoT episode, we discuss the design challenges associated with building connected devices, how to bring a product to life and the emerging technologies influencing the product design process.
Major Incidents occur on a daily basis across all industry types. IoT provides an innovative platform enabling a consistent workflow process which will handle major incidents in a manner that reduces their adverse consequences.
Condition-Action (CA) engines are simple, adaptable and scalable. They can connect IoT devices to create powerful (yet simple) chains of logical operations.