Greetings IoT Weekly News Readers! Another great issue of curated articles is ahead for your reading enjoyment on the Internet of Things. I'm pleased to say that the IoT continues to show strong growth in 2019 as is shown by all the connected devices we have seen this past week at CES.
In this issue I selected some of the hottest IoT startups for 2019 along with a paper on "Leaders to Laggards" in the IoT published by McKinsey. Tune in next month, when we'll cover another topic, specifically that of the Industrial Internet of Things ( IIoT ) and what McKinsey is reporting specifically on that trend in 2019. You'll find some very interesting data that you would not typically expect!
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Top 10 IoT Startups to Watch
Innovation is moving at a fast pace, and this Internet of Things wonder, or generally IoT, is connecting an ever-increasing number of gadgets. New tech startups and built up companies are connecting gadgets to work together, making it easy to understand. However, there’s as yet an extreme battle to convey integrated platforms for all IoT gadgets to work together, we additionally have uplifting news.
CNN: We Need Stronger Cybersecurity Laws for the Internet of Things
The Internet of Things fuses products with communications technology to make daily life more effortless. Think Amazon's Alexa, which not only answers questions and plays music but allows you to control your home's lights and thermostat. Or the current generation of implanted pacemakers, which can both receive commands and send information to doctors over the internet.
‘Smart’ Plank of Wood Among IoT Devices Showcased at CES 2019
This week in IoT, it is hard to ignore the glut of new devices released to the world at CES 2019, including a plank of wood. For the uninitiated, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is arguably one of the largest gadget expos in the world, but over the past five years or so it has transformed to the point that it now includes flying and autonomous cars among its roster.
The State Of IoT Intelligence, 2018
“While the market is still in an early stage, we believe that IoT Intelligence, the means to understand and leverage IoT data, will continue to expand as organizations mature in their collection and leverage of sensor level data,” said Howard Dresner, founder, and chief research officer at Dresner Advisory Services.
Intel, Arm to Collaborate on IoT
Intel and Arm announced a strategic partnership that aims to eliminate a major barrier to IoT deployment, reducing the complexity associated with the onboarding process for IoT devices and enabling customers to choose their onboarding systems without being locked into a single device architecture or single cloud provider’s provisioning method.
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Security in the Internet of Things: What It Is and Why It Matters
IoT security has been a predominant topic of discussion, both for IoT businesses and their end users, for the last decade. Several widely publicized incidents demonstrated how easy it was for unsecured IoT devices to be manipulated for malicious intent. These incidents brought gravitas to the conversation, highlighting the need for a better standard of security in IoT.
Artificial Intelligence Plus the Internet of Things (IoT) – 3 Examples Worth Learning From
The purpose of this article is to flesh out the actual applications of combining AI and IoT being used in industry today, and to demonstrate important trends and future use cases for technologists who want get a lay-of-the-land of how artificial intelligence might help to facilitate and make sense of the myriad connected devices in the coming decade. This article has been written with the professional or executive in mind, rather than the researcher.
From Real-Time to the Edge: The Top IoT Trends for the Coming Year
From edge computing’s importance to elusive ROI, OSISoft takes a look at the top trends shaping the adoption of IoT in 2019.
Why real-time data will rule, how industrial applications could drive market growth, and why the need for edge computing will become more urgent. IoT has come a long way in the past decade, but here’s what we can expect to see in 2019, from the team at OSISoft.
How Artificial Intelligence & the Internet of Things Will Transform Industries
As part of our AI For Growth executive education series, we interview top executives at leading global companies who have successfully applied AI to grow their enterprises. Today, we sit down with Kevin Scott, Chief Technology Officer at Microsoft.
Best Practices Separating IoT Leaders From Laggards
For all the excitement that has built up around the Internet of Things (IoT)—the network of digitally connected devices whose economic value could amount to trillions of dollars per year—the IoT’s impact varies greatly from one company to next. Many enterprises have launched pilot projects to develop IoT-enabled products and services or use the IoT to achieve operational improvements. Of these, less than 30 percent have taken their IoT programs beyond the pilot phase, according to our research.