Time to get in on yet another IoT Evolution Week in Review. I’m not feeling like overly gilding the lily, so without further ado, little or no pomp and/or circumstance and just a modicum of impropriety and shenanigans, let us get underway.
In a great guest post this week, Hilary B. Longo, Principal, Marketing Habit, gave us some insight on wearables, big data and IoT in healthcare, and introduces two forward-thinking companies using technology, data and algorithms in the healthcare space to have a real, positive impact on a larger community and globally.
And now, the news: Sensors for IoT are experiencing large-scale deployment in diverse end-user applications across verticals in standalone, integrated, combined, embedded and, more recently, wearable and ingestibles.
In a rapid fire series of announcements, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has touted bringing Qualcomm into the fold, in addition to certifying several new solutions for using its platform.
The system framework that will support the IoT industry will be something that operates independently on its own, separate from any one corporation. The lack of standardization is the largest gap that’s holding back a massive flood of advanced technological capabilities.
Developers of Industrial IoT (IIoT) and connected embedded systems can now design in an added level of trust while also bringing their products to market faster, according to a recent release from Maxim Integrated products.
This week on the IoT Time Podcast, I sat down for the first two of a special “IoT Security Series” which begins this week. These episodes focused on policy that might affect the IoT under the Trump administration, and featured my conversations with former U.S. Congressman Rick Boucher and with lobbyist Bruce Mehlman, founder and partner in the firm Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas. These episodes are sponsored by the IoT Evolution Expo. To become a sponsor of IoT Time, please email or tweet me.