IoT Evolution Expo Announces 4 Day Conference Program with Leading Keynotes and Educational Sessions Across Industries
Program includes content focused on Enterprise IoT, Security, connected home, edge/fog computing, smart buildings, connected transportation and developers
Cloud platforms combined with consumer-driven wireless sensing and control standards have made this possible. This growth is coming from multiple channels and increasingly through bundled offerings by IP security, cable/MSO and telecom service providers.
WigWag Secures $3.175 Million in Seed Funding to Bridge the Future of an Intelligent Connected World
Funding from Silicon Valley-based CSC Venture Capital
Secure Platform for Embedded Devices Simplifies IoT Solution Design with a Built-In Defense Against Cyber Attack
Groupe HBF, which commercializes wireless home-automation and security equipment under its OTIO brand, has sold 6 million devices in retail and specialty stores. With its leading experience in smart-home solutions, Groupe HBF is developing a new range of connected objects using the SIGFOX network, which is dedicated to the Internet of Things.
ThroughTek Expands on IoT Solutions for Surveillance, Smart Home and Unveils Future Data Initiatives at Mobile World Congress
This allows easy integration with connected cameras, lighting, smart plugs, sensors, and telecare devices used among various applications, including surveillance, security and home automation.
Mobile operators can now seamlessly unify the connected home, connected car and wearables
New Ecosystem to help Developers Increase Visibility, User Adoption and Engagement across Millions of Android Users Worldwide
Greenwave's AXON Platform to Seamlessly Integrate Mobile IoT and Residential IoT into a Managed Service
Global IoT software leader enables mobile carriers, telco operators and service providers to seamlessly connect devices and fully manage network services
David Bolton for ConnectedWorld: App developers who are already invested in the Internet of Things are more likely to build apps for the smart home over other usages. A recent report by VisionMobile [PDF] said that out of the 4.5 million people identified as IoT developers in 2015, 1.4 million were focused on smart home apps. According to VisionMobile’s IoT Megatrends 2016 report, there are seven distinct IoT areas that app developers work in—smart home, retail, industrial, wearables, smart city, medical and connected car—with the opportunities offered by connected homes a clear favorite. Retail IoT apps, wearables and industrial versions attract around one million app developers each, while the connected car is of interest to 700,000 people. People have become used to the concept of IoT and recent research by Gartner said that there could be as many as 700 million smart homes by 2020. Cont'd...
The end game is connected solutions that make our lives easier, safer and more efficient. Device makers and service providers need to look at the BIG picture, not just the components and the individual machines and devices.
Smart locks, Baby Monitors, home routers, appliances, printers, etc. have all been hacked with documentation of those hacks.
For companies to reach their destiny, the consumer technology industry needs standards that CTA and other standards groups can "negotiate" for consumers. Companies can then focus on products that help make the digital transition easier and faster.
If your company wants to stake a claim with the Internet of Things, you first need to develop a distinctive "way to play"-a clear value proposition that you can offer customers. This should be consistent with your enterprise's overall capabilities: the things you do best when you go to market, aligned with most or all of the products and services you sell.
Notwithstanding the exciting possibilities of internet connected fridges, there are some cases of fridge that have security vulnerabilities & should be harsh lesson for all Internet of Things (IoT) vendors.
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The network is the foundation on which modern entertainment, security, control and automation systems are built. The new Epic series of routers from Luxul are designed to help integration professionals build that foundation and deliver a great customer experience. The router is a critical piece of every network-connecting a local network to the Internet, controlling traffic and providing security. With the release of its new Epic series, Luxul has redefined the router, adding capabilities that make it far more than just a traditional router. In addition to being high-performing commercial grade routers, the Epic series offers a platform for optimizing the user experience in smart homes, workplaces, retail establishments and more. This experience is delivered through Luxul and third-party applications running on the Epic platform.