New IoT-related events in Eindhoven this autumn

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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.

AT&T plans wider deployment of LTE-M network for Internet of Things

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AT&T plans wider deployment of LTE-M network for Internet of Things

AT&T plans nationwide deployment of its LTE-M network for Internet of Things (IoT) ahead of schedule in second quarter of 2017.  We’re also planning LTE-M availability in Mexico by the end of the year.
The roll out will ultimately support a North American footprint across the AT&T 4G LTE network in the U.S. and Mexico. Our 4G LTE network now covers nearly 400 million people in the U.S. and Mexico[2]. Continue reading “AT&T plans wider deployment of LTE-M network for Internet of Things”

On the way to a smart future: Internet of People, not Things

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On the way to a smart future: Internet of People, not Things! On December 15, internationally renowned speakers and IoT enthusiasts will gather in Eindhoven to debate the way our increasingly digitized society develops in the context of the entirely new Internet emerging.

It will not be an Internet of Things Event, but an Internet of People Event, in which the citizen/individual is the key.

The Internet of People Event aims to help you think systematically about the future from the human perspective, in other words the SMART SOCIETY, while embracing the new technologies that combine to produce new capacities for productivity, connectivity and communication. Continue reading “On the way to a smart future: Internet of People, not Things”

2016 is the year the Internet of Things entered the mainstream

Enterprises are spending as much on the Internet of Things as on cloud, mobility and analytics, according to Vodafone’s annual research into the sector.

The operator’s 2016 IoT Barometer found that respondents are dedicating 24 percent of their IT budgets to the IoT.

This is slightly more than is being allocated to mobility (23 percent), cloud (23 percent) and analytics (22 percent).

The survey covered 1,096 people in 17 countries across nine industry verticals. Continue reading “2016 is the year the Internet of Things entered the mainstream”

Is Internet of Things a bad thing? Interview with Brenno de Winter, speaker at IoT Event 2016

At the age of 5, de Winter wrote his first computer program. The opportunities and risks of ICT play a significant role in his career ever since. He is mostly known to the public by revealing the poor state of data protection in the Netherlands in unconventional ways (e.g. Lektober).

On June 7-8, 2016, during the 5th edition of the Internet of Things Event at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, de Winter will talk in his keynote about “Security and Internet of Things”. Continue reading “Is Internet of Things a bad thing? Interview with Brenno de Winter, speaker at IoT Event 2016”

AT&T report, Cybersecurity Insights: The CEO’s Guide to Securing the Internet of Things

The rapid rise of a new generation of connected, intelligent devices — collectively known as the Internet of Things or IoT — is more than just the latest digital disruption to impact businesses of all sizes. The IoT presents vast opportunities for organizations to improve internal efficiencies, serve customers better, enter new markets, and even build new business models.

More IoT devices are coming online each and every day. Through connected devices, health care is improving patient care; for example, a diabetic patient’s blood sugar level can now be monitored remotely, enabling a quick response to a possible life-threatening situation. Read more

Source: corp.att.com

“New Business Opportunities: Flexible Licensing Models in the Internet of Things” – Presented by Shlomo Weiss, Gemalto

Shlomo Weiss, Senior Vice President, Software Monetization, Gemalto, will speak about “New Business Opportunities: Flexible Licensing Models in the Internet of Things” at the Internet of Things Event, which will take place on 7 and 8 June 2016 at High Tech Campus Eindhoven in The Netherlands.

The Internet of Things (IoT) transforms intelligent device manufacturers into software providers, making the protection of intellectual property absolutely critical. License management solutions play a major role in this area, at once protecting embedded software and building new business opportunities. Service offerings can be monetized through flexible licensing models, such as pay-per-use, function, or capacity-based models.

About Shlomo Weiss Continue reading ““New Business Opportunities: Flexible Licensing Models in the Internet of Things” – Presented by Shlomo Weiss, Gemalto”