Welcome IoT Weekly News Readers!
Another fun week with action packed coverage of IoT in this issue! I had found a few articles on the Internet of Things in 2017 which I wasn't able to fit in the last few issues, so I covered them here. I also found stories doing development that all those engineers working in the connected devices realm will enjoy. Finally, we discuss Big Data and Artificial Intelligence articles and end it off with a unique smartwatch Kickstarter project.
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3 Things You Should Really Know About the Internet of Things
It's easy to be skeptical about new tech trends. Every emerging technology is seemingly touted as the "next big thing," which leaves consumers and investors to wonder which new thing is truly the next big thing, and what's just hype.
7 Ways The Internet Of Things Will Change Businesses In 2017
So here’s the question—is your business ready for the IoT? Even if you don’t deal directly with technology, IoT devices are going to have a massive impact on how you do business. Read on to learn how...
Amazon's Echo Is Building a Coffin That's Custom-Made for Google
This article outlines some interesting statistics around what people have done with Alexa. While some of the actions are novelties today, it sets the stage for consumers getting accustomed to having artificial intelligence in their home.
Call for Speakers Open at IoT Fuse Conference: 2017!
This conference is an opportunity to present on a highly visible stage to an extremely engaged audience. You’ll get to meet with leaders in the field during VIP-only events. We’ll tweet and blog about your work, and share it with podcasts and YouTube channels. This is a great way to build a strong network and advance your career.
Machine Learning And Intelligent Assistants Personalize The Internet Of Things
Millions of people own smart devices that do simple things like adjust temperature, turn down lights or lock doors when they go out. You can buy a connected fridge that tells you when you have run out of food or set up security cameras that tell you when suspicious movement is detected.
IoT Analytics - Part 1
This is the first article in a series focusing on a technology that is rising in importance to enterprise use of big data – IoT Analytics, or the analytical component of the Internet-of-Things. In this first segment, we’ll set the stage for our discussion by providing an overview of the Internet-of-Things.
Born From Chaos, The Internet Of Things Is Finally Getting Organized
I've been hearing that some of the trends in segments of the Internet of Things have been slowing. While I'm not phased by it, I enjoyed reading this article as it's a bit of uplifting news that things are getting organized and moving forward in 2017!
A WebRTC-like Standard for the Internet of Things? It's Complicated
Building the connections for the Internet of Things (IoT) is challenging, since applications, services, and devices of all different shapes, sizes, and requirements have to seamlessly communicate. In an ideal world, we would have a WebRTC-like interface standard accessible through HTML, but it's not going to be that simple, says the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF).
Arduino FM Radio Project
Arduino enthusiasts looking for a new project to keep them busy over the weekend may be interested in a new Arduino FM Radio Project, which uses an ATmega328-based board to communicate with a TEA5767 FM radio module.
Verizon Teams Up with Cypress on Secure Connectivity for IoT
Verizon and Cypress Semiconductor Corp. have announced they are partnering on wireless connectivity with end-to-end security for IoT developers. Their offering, which is planned to be commercially available early in the second quarter of 2017, will give developers the ability to access Verizon's ThingSpace software development kit via the Cypress Wireless Internet Connectivity for Embedded Devices (WICED) Studio 4 development platform.
FENwatch, the world’s first White&Blue Porcelain Smartwatch by Vincent
FENwatch, the world’s first White & Blue Porcelain Smartwatch. Redefining the smartwatch，Never need to charge. Wear it to be unique!