We invite you to check these two new IoT-related events in Eindhoven this autumn and get up-to-date with the latest smart society technology developments.
To protect data against growing threats, networks must now act as both sensor and enforcer around traffic that passes through users and data centers to the cloud. There has definitely been a digital disruption within our industry. Continue reading “How The Hacker Economy Impacts Your Network & The Cloud”
IBM last week announced that it will invest $3 billion over the next four years to establish a new Internet of Things (IoT) unit, and that it is building a cloud-based open platform designed to help clients and ecosystem partners build IoT solutions. Continue reading “IBM to invest $3 billion to establish a new IoT unit”
Not long ago, after you bought a new vehicle, the manufacturer had very little contact with you until it was time to sell you another car. The IoT is changing all that. The IoT-enabled “connected car” turns the vehicle itself into a hub for an entire ecosystem of connected services that offer consumers a wealth of benefits including enhanced safety and security, a richer user experience and a new suite of product offerings. Continue reading “How Connected Cars Have Established A New Ecosystem Powered By IoT”
Connected home-security solutions offer an obvious value proposition: the ability to access realtime data about your home or business, even when you’re not there. Perhaps this is why these solutions are catching on among consumers and why device and solution providers are working to offer more innovative, value-added solutions to today’s connected public. Continue reading “Smart Locks: Accessibility Leads to Adoption”
As an amateur triathlete for the last several years, I have a wearable / IoT ecosystem in the form of my training gear. I have a wearable GPS watch that provides time, distance and speed/pace for the swim, bike and run, and three wireless sensors in the form of a heart monitor, a weight scale, and a cadence and power meter on the bike. Continue reading “3 enterprise IoT lessons learned from triathlete training gear”
The first step in the adoption of “the Internet of things” – where Web capabilities are implemented into everyday objects – entails making sure there are even products in the first place. Continue reading “Will it be verticals or horizontals in the Internet of Things market?”
A neat hybrid between acknowledging it doesn’t really know what to do with a glasses-like heads up display, and a well-tiered, crowdsourced attempt to find out.. Continue reading “Google’s Innovative New Business Model For Google Glass”