IoT

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    IoT experts from AT&T, Nest Labs, SAP, 151 Advisors and Florida Atlantic University debate the benefits and risks of IoT in the consumer, industrial and enterprise spaces. They also discuss IoT challenges in managing security, monetization, technology and valuable business cases.

All IoT Videos:

  • Ford Motor Company's Global Technologist and Head of the Ford Developer Program, John Ellis, tells us about the categories of data that connected vehicles can offer. Internal, external and sensor data yield valueable data but what is the timeline for developers and customers to fully utilize the information and opportunities?

  • Timothy Sheehy, Director of the North American Communications Group at IGATE, tells TIA NOW how IoT will permeate verticals like the connected car and home.

  • Panasonic is doing things big and small in IoT. Join TIA NOW as they speak with Todd Rytting, CTO at Panasonic North America at TIA 2014.

  • If you’re interested in a roadmap for generating more revenue for IoT services, come to the ILS Technology sponsored breakfast at 8am at the Network of the Future Conference in Dallas on June 5th. ILS technology will show how carriers can immediately affect their revenue and ARPU for connected devices.

  • M2M and IoT solutions are getting to market faster and with less cost, but who’s involved in the value chain to get a product from proof of concept, to trial and then to market? From Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, we spoke with Telit, Qualcomm, SAP and Tech Mahindra.

  • Sam Lucero, Senior Principal Analyst of M2M & IoT at IHS Electronics & Media, tells TIA NOW that fragmentation in the value chain leads to complexity in adopting new technologies like M2M.

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    "How is M2M enabling business to work better," said Fred Yentz at the TIA NOW desk during the TIA 2013 conference is Washington DC. "M2M workshops help the industry understand that M2M is not hard," said Yentz.

     

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    Robin Duke-Woolley, CEO at Beecham Research, tells TIA NOW that you have to take a holistic approach to security in the M2M and IoT space.

     

  • The rise of the machines was once a thing of fiction as ominous robots took over the human race. Today, life imitates art at a rate that many of us are unaware of but most of us will soon experience. So what is the future for our connected world?

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