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Top Challenges to Successful IoT Initiatives — And How to Overcome Them

In the past few years that I’ve spent in the IoT industry, helping to develop, deploy, and improve IoT solutions involving millions of sensors, I’ve learned that often the biggest hurdles...
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4 Risk Factors When Building an IoT Device Management Solution

Deploying and maintaining full-scale device management solutions is risky. Here are the top four risks IoT initiators face—and how to address them.
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MEMS 2.0: IoT Pressure Sensors

Air pressure sensors are very useful MEMS devices. They have applications in IoT that range from weather monitoring to indoor asset tracking.
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A Beginner’s Guide to IoT Power Converters and Regulators

Power supply design can really impact an IoT device. This guide introduces power supplies and suggests how to design robust and resilient power supplies.

4 Challenges for Circuit Board Designers in IoT

Many of the devices people use every day — from computers to smartphones — wouldn’t work at all without a critical component: the circuit board. The Internet of Things (IoT) has made...

3 Reasons Why Service Virtualization is Useful for IoT

As the IoT market is exploding and giving us many new kinds of devices to test, software testing is more important than ever. It needs to be easier, cost less and...
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Why Do IoT Devices Die?

We called it the blue ring of death. The Ubi would power on and then be lit up with a blue LED ring, then power cycle again after two minutes. It...
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How Devicification Can Transform Consumables

The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing at a record pace, from 8 billion connected objects today to a projected 20 billion by 2020, according to Gartner. We've been witnessing and...

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