myDevices partnering with Arduino for greater IoT development

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myDevices has announced the integration of its drag-and-drop IoT project builder with Arduino, an open-source software and hardware ecosystem.

The IoT is touted to become a $6 trillion market by 2021 and Arduino is expected to play a key role in solution development for this industry as it offers developers a number of features including WiFi, BLE, IR, NFC and Ethernet among others. Cayenne, on the other hand, streamlines the development process by offering tools to visualise sensor data...

By IoT News, 15 August 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Development, IoT.

Berg Insight: IoT platform revenues to hit £2.6bn by 2021

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Analyst firm Berg Insight argues that the global third party IoT platform market grew 36% to €610 million (£520.4m) in 2015, and expect revenues to see a 30.8% CAGR to €3.05 billion (£2.60bn) by 2021.

There exist a number of software platforms on the market today aimed at cutting cost and development time for IoT solutions with the provision of standardised components that can be applied across many industry verticals to integrate devices, networks and...

By , 11 August 2016, 1 comment. Categories: Development, Enterprise, IoT.

A four step plan to secure the Internet of Things

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The Internet of Things revolution is gearing up to dramatically alter various industrial sectors including manufacturing, healthcare, energy and transportation, which together account for nearly two-thirds of the global GDP. While this promises to bring unprecedented opportunities to business and society, it also opens up various vulnerabilities and security threats. We have already heard news of baby monitors, medical gadgets and smart lights being either hacked or proven...

By Sukamal Banerjee, 03 August 2016, 1 comment. Categories: Development, IoT, Security.

Why the IoT is a ‘tech breakthrough megatrend’…along with VR, AI, and more

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Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) has named the Internet of Things (IoT) alongside virtual reality, artificial intelligence and 3D printing as one of the eight core technological breakthroughs that the C-suite should “absolutely” consider.

Admitting that none of the technologies picked – including augmented reality, blockchain, drones, and robotics – would be of any surprise to CEOs given the “breathless” coverage often afforded to...

By James Bourne, 01 August 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Development, Enterprise, IoT.

IoT failing to gain traction among federal government agencies, research argues

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The Center for Data Innovation has released analysis that reveals that federal government agencies have fallen behind in terms of adoption of IoT technology - as only a few have shown openness to innovation.

The analysis argues that agencies need to push through a number of reforms in order to dispel restrictions that hold back more adoption of IoT technology.

Daniel Castro, the Center’s director and the report’s lead author, said: “A few early adopters in the...

By IoT News, 28 July 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Development, Enterprise, IoT.

Impinj outlines details of IPO as shares soar

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Impinj has provided details on the pricing of its initial public offering (IPO). The company is a provider of solutions for identifying, locating and authenticating everyday items using RAIN RFID. A month ago, the company had filed a registration statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for the proposed initial public offering of its common stock.

The IPO concerns 4,800,000 shares of common stock at a price to the public of $14.00 per share. Additionally, Impinj has...

By IoT News, 25 July 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Development, Enterprise, IoT.

AT&T and IBM collaborate to provide developers with IoT tools on IBM Cloud

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The VisionMobile 2016 Internet of Things Megatrends report reveals that the number of active developers in the IoT will double from an estimated 5 million at present to close to 10 million by 2020. As businesses work towards the efficient development of IoT solutions, they must maintain competitiveness by investing in developers. Against this backdrop, AT&T and IBM are combining their abilities in cognitive computing and global connectivity to formulate open standards-based...

By IoT News, 15 July 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Development, IoT.

The first open source hypervisor for the Internet of Things is unveiled

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The prpl Foundation is set to debut its prplHypervisor – an open source hypervisor developed to secure embedded devices in the IoT via separation – at the IoT Evolution Expo in Las Vegas. The foundation, in its security guidelines, holds that the use of separation in security can play an important role in resolving the fatal security flaws that negatively impact the IoT.

Art Swift, president, prpl Foundation, said: “From theft of personal information and financial...

By IoT News, 14 July 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Development, Enterprise, IoT.

GE’s Predix platform to feature on Microsoft Azure cloud for industrial businesses

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General Electric (GE) and Microsoft have announced a collaboration to make available GE’s Predix platform for the Industrial Internet on the Microsoft Azure cloud for industrial businesses.

The development will provide customers with more alternatives and flexibility to make use of the data from machines and systems of intelligence. As a result, companies across the globe will be able to integrate operational and information technologies that comprise the Industrial Internet of...

By IoT News, 13 July 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Development, Enterprise, IoT.

AT&T to power Squadle's service management solution bringing IoT to restaurants

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Telco giant AT&T has announced it is working with Squadle, a company which develops wireless technology for the restaurant industry, to simplify restaurant management using Internet of Things (IoT) capabilities.

The AT&T Control Center will power Squadle Checklists, Squadle's service management solution, which remotely monitors tasks, inventory and even refrigerator and freezer temperatures.

Squadle develops tools and apps towards automating back of house tasks for...

By IoT News, 13 July 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Development, Enterprise, IoT.