Lysa Myers: Internet of Things: Anything You Track Could Be Used Against You

Security advocates have been bringing up privacy concerns surrounding wearable devices in the Internet of Things a lot lately. But why would anyone care about the information tracked with fitness devices? Unsurprisingly, the first real-world answer to this question has come from lawyers in a couple of recent court cases.

What data are useful?

Zeus Kerravala: How the hospitality industry is embracing the Internet of Things

There's no question that the Internet of Things can make an enterprise more efficient. The harmonizing of sensors, devices, and data harmonized into one system gives rise to context-aware computation and enables the environment to respond instantly to change, be it in temperature, light, movement or other factors. This not only brings numerous new opportunities, but also significant cost savings, music to the ears of today's business leaders.

Yash Meta: 3 IoT Stocks to consider before your next investment

When we have a close look on rising Internet of Things (IoT) market then we can see number of startups and companies establishing or preparing for it. In that level of competition it is hard to find most promising startup's to invest on for the investors. Here we have eased your work and brought you 3 promising IoT stocks that you should consider before making your next investment on IoT.
  • IFTTT (If This Then That) - provide users to connect 2 or more devices.

Leo Sun: Qualcomm and Google take a big step towards unifying IoT communication standards.

Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) recently announced that it is working with Thread Group, a Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL)-backed effort to establish a unified communication standard for Internet-connected devices. That move was surprising, since Qualcomm also leads the AllSeen Alliance, a rival consortium which aims to establish its own unified communication standard for Internet of Things devices.

James Manyika, Michael: By 2025, Internet of things applications could have $11 trillion impact

The Internet of things, the term used to describe the use of sensors and other Internet-connected devices to track and control physical objects, opens up entirely new ways of doing business. It’s now possible to track individual components and products as they travel on ships, planes, or trucks. Sensors can weigh all of the parts in an inventory bin in a factory or all of the sweaters in a store’s stockroom, enabling new levels of supply-chain efficiency and inventory management.

Holly Morgan: Enterprise slow on the uptake of the Internet of Things (IoT)

Enterprise are apprehensive to adopt the Internet of Things (IoT) according to a survey commissioned by Red Hat.

Despite 43 per cent of respondents feeling that IoT was immediately relevant to their business and 46 per cent experimenting with its technologies, a mere 12 per cent were actually implementing the solution.
However, there is considerable value seen in IoT amongst enterprise as 65 per cent of those surveyed said it could help improve operations and 51 per cent believe it would assist process optimisation.

Meet IoT Newsletter 13: Giulio Coraggio: The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming exponentially reviewed by regulators.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming exponentially reviewed by regulators. After the report from the Italian telecom regulator (AgCom), the Italian privacy authority launched a consultation seeking inputs from the industry on how to regulate the IoT. 

The report issued by AgCom on the Internet of Things raised considerable issues in terms of telecom compliance including whether or not B2C operators need to hold a telecom license in addition to the license held by the telecom operator. 

Nicola De Carne: ”Hot Vintage" Isn’t Just for Clothing and Cars: think Industrial asset

“So I’ve got this clunker of a machine. She’s a workhorse! She keeps production moving and humming and helps earn us a profit most of the time, but she breaks down at the most inopportune times, plus energy efficiency is a real concern with the age of the machine. I know we would be doing so much better if we upgrade our equipment to be connected to my network, but it’s way too expensive. I also don’t have a lot of space or factory downtime to run wires or horrors- replace the machinery. Do I have any options or am I a lost cause?”

Tony Quested: Cambridge-Taiwan partners developing Weightless IoT gamechanger

The Weightless SIG in Cambridge – bolstered by the arrival in the group of Taiwan IoT specialist M2COMM – has launched a new low power wide area network (LPWAN) that they believe is a gamechanger in the world of industrial IoT.

The new technology – Weightless P – creates 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) carrier grade IoT at a LPWAN price point. 


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IOTSWC will feature keynotes from 100 top experts who will discuss the opportunities offered by IoT technology

The Congress program will gather over 100 experts on the latest Industrial Internet solutions

The three-day conference program of the first edition of the Internet of Things Solutions World Congress (IOTSWC) will feature top experts and key companies and institutions working on the industrial internet among which are Accenture, Amazon, Bosch, CERN, Deloitte, GE, HP, Indra, Intel and IBM. The comprehensive conference program is structured in six areas: Manufacturing, Transport & Logistics, Healthcare, Energy and Utilities, Technology, and Innovation.

IoT Tech Expo Europe – 2-3 Dec 2015.

IoT Tech Expo will be arriving in London’s Olympia Central this December for two days of top level content and discussion, introducing and exploring the latest innovations in the Internet of Things arena.
Bringing together over 5,000 attendees including developers, operators, technology providers, innovators, evangelists, vendors and OEM’s; IoT Tech Expo is set to showcase the most cutting edge technologies from more than 100 exhibitors and provide insight from over 200 speakers sharing their unparalleled industry knowledge and real-life experiences.


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