The Internet of Things

The Internet of Things Review: Issue 29

Internet of Things Insights from Rob Tiffany



IoT boom will change how data is analysed  Link

Deluge of data generated by Internet of Things will impact machine learning and the quality of data analysis, driving the need for such devices to get smarter and decide where data should be analysed.

Why Industrial IOT Is Usually A Failure – And How To Fix It  Link

Cisco produced a report of survey results indicating that companies considered 76% of their IOT initiatives failures, and a majority said that IOT initiatives looked good on paper, but turned out to be more complex than expected.

No one wants to touch the IoT edge  Link

How far Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and the IT guys will travel toward the edge. In this version of the edge, I’m thinking about gateways and devices on the factory floor; in recent months, each platform provider has built software that helps extend their cloud operations to devices that run on premise. But that software is still fairly minimal, and none of these big providers really want to expend a lot of effort customizing their software for specific edge cases.

How to Secure an IoT System in a Mere Few Minutes  Link

As the IoT grows, the crooks can look around and find potential open doors everywhere to promote their nasty businesses. Every new device that comes on line represents a possible entry gate for malware, ransomware or some other poison to be injected into a system that will do harm to everything it touches. Only thoughtful security planning and diligent followup can stop this from happening.

Bain & Company Predicts the Internet of Things Market Will More Than Double to $520 Billion by 2021  Link

The combined markets for the Internet of Things (IoT), including hardware, software, systems integration, and data and telecom services, will grow to $520 billion by 2021 – more than double the $235 billion spent in 2017 – the majority of which will be captured by enterprise and industrial segments.

Clovity Pushing the IoT Frontier in Healthcare, Pharmaceutical & Lifesciences  Link

With IoT based Connected Medical Devices solutions, focus is shifting to Real-time data collected in real life scenarios, which is driving the Healthcare, Pharma and Lifesciences communities to further push the frontier and unlock the full potential from IoT based Connected Devices.



#IoT Podcast 7: Can the Web Save the Internet of Things?  Link

Despite the great promise of IoT to improve business and society, many think it’s being held back due to complexity and the associated lack of required skills to make it a success. Is it possible that the antidote to this complexity and skill shortage problem lies in the existing open standards and technologies that comprise the World Wide Web? In this podcast, Rob Tiffany makes the case for using existing W3C standards to power the Internet of Things.

#IoT Podcast 6: I’m Here to Eliminate your Workforce  Link

For more than a century, advances in technology, machinery and automation have oftentimes replaced humans as a means to accomplish tasks. In this podcast, Rob Tiffany tackles the unsavory topic of workforce reduction as certain tasks have evolved from manual to mobile to IoT.

#IoT Podcast 5: Breaking Down Blockers to IoT Adoption  Link

Despite the promise of process optimizations, innovative new business models and cost savings, the multi-trillion dollar Internet of Things megatrend faces a variety of headwinds that are slowing adoption and commercial rollouts. In this podcast, Rob Tiffany discusses ways to approach and overcome adoption blockers like security, complexity, the skillset shortage and the quest for value.

#IoT Podcast 4: Building the Internet of Humans and Machines  Link

More and more, humans and machines are working together side by side. Therefore, it’s important for Internet of Things platforms and associated technologies to treat them the same. In this podcast, Rob Tiffany illustrates use cases where humans perform work on behalf of machines and vice versa.

#IoT Podcast 3: Lumada’s Visionary IIoT Journey to the Gartner Magic Quadrant  Link

Hitachi Lumada landed in the Visionary quadrant of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant report for Industrial Internet of Things Platforms. It took less than two years for this revolutionary IIoT technology to go from concept to Visionary. In this podcast, Rob Tiffany gives you a “behind the scenes” look at the Lumada journey from concept to shipping product.

#IoT Podcast 2: Why IoT?  Link

It’s always important to ask “Why” in everything you do whether it’s for business or your personal life. The Internet of Things is no different. In this podcast, Rob Tiffany explains why embarking on the IoT journey is tremendously valuable for business and society.

#IoT Podcast 1: What is IoT?  Link

Welcome to the Internet of Things Podcast. We’re taking decades of experience in the areas of M2M, embedded control systems, wireless, microcontrollers, SCADA, sensors, the cloud, the edge, advanced analytics, digital twins, plus the industrial Internet and teaching it to you every week. In this introductory podcast, Rob Tiffany walks you through basic IoT concepts in order to give you a baseline level of knowledge to build upon.



#IoT Trends and Predictions for 2018  Link 

With software and adjacent technologies continuing to eat the world, I see the pace of digital transformation accelerating in 2018 as organizations strive to enhance their customer and operational intelligence.



VMworld  Link

Las Vegas, August 26-30

TechCrunch Disrupt SF  Link

San Francisco, September 5-7 2018

Mobile World Congress Americas  Link

Los Angeles, September 12-14 2018

IoT in Oil and Gas Conference  Link

Houston, September 18-19 2018

IoT Solutions World Congress  Link

Barcelona, October 16-18 2018

IoT Summit Chicago  Link

Chicago, November 27-28 2018


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