VMware and InfluxData team up over enterprise and industrial IoT data

San Francisco-based tech firm InfluxData has announced that it will be integrating its technology with VMware’s IoT infrastructure management solution -- the Pulse IoT Centre, which embeds InfluxData’s InfluxDB Enterprise and Kapacitor.

The Pulse IoT Centre is an enterprise-grade IoT device management and monitoring solution, allowing customers to manage, monitor and secure IoT systems and connected devices,...

By IoT News, 11 February 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, Enterprise, IoT.

How Industry 4.0 developments will be gaining pace in 2019

Sponsored It goes without saying that the ongoing fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0, will be a vital theme in 2019. Increasingly, as various industries mature in their thinking and outlook towards the Internet of Things, budgets are looking towards a confluence of emerging technologies and – deployed in concert – how they can drive greater efficiencies in the industrial sector.

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By IoT News, 05 February 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, Development, Enterprise, IIoT, IoT.

Extreme Networks launches Defender for IoT with aim to secure edge devices

Extreme Networks, a California-based network equipment supplier, has launched Defender for IoT, which aims to help organisations secure edge and IoT devices.

Defender for IoT, which is part of the company’s Smart OmniEdge solution, can be deployed on any network by anyone, which means no technical expertise is required at all. It is so easy that even a non-technical staff at schools, hospitals, retailers, and hospitality...

By IoT News, 05 February 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, IoT, Security, Standards.

Report: Half of IoT device apps leave users vulnerable

A paper distributed on ArXiv last week analysed the concerning lack of security when it comes to IoT device apps.

The security issues plaguing IoT devices themselves are well-documented. Security often seems to be an afterthought in the rush to market.

While there’s been a recent explosion in connected devices, app development has been around much longer. The mature development industry has created best practices to help ensure security, but it seems the note hasn’t reached IoT device app...

By Ryan Daws, 04 February 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Development, IoT, Security, Smart Cities, Smart Homes.

Ericsson reveals vision for next-gen cellular IoT solutions

Ericsson is empowering service providers across multiple industries to address a larger part of the IoT market with the help of its newly introduced next-generation cellular solutions.

These solutions will help proliferation of the cellular IoT evolution in what Ericsson sees as four market segments: broadband IoT, industrial automation IoT, massive IoT, and critical IoT.

Among those,...

By IoT News, 04 February 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, IoT.

Port of Rotterdam puts IoT into operation with first application underway

The Port of Rotterdam is ready to go with its Internet of Things (IoT) platform, with the announcement that the first application for a hydro/meteo has been put into operation.

The system uses an extensive network of sensors to provide accurate and up-to-date water (hydro) and weather (meteo) data particularly for the planning and management of shipping. Construction of the IoT platform was announced a year ago by...

By IoT News, 04 February 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, Enterprise, IoT.

The three biggest challenges in preparing IoT data: Getting past the complexity barriers

The Internet of Things (IoT) is already entrenched in our everyday lives - from wearables and smart watches through to connected TVs and smart home appliances. Businesses, too, are utilising the technology; in a B2B context, connected devices refer to machines and sensors that are used to track everything from machine performance to maintenance requirements. For instance, sensor devices might be found on a production line to track the readiness of the machines and automate

By Sean Kandel, 01 February 2019, 0 comments. Categories: AI, Data & Analytics, IoT.

Silicon Labs bets on Bluetooth for IoT-based location services

US-based fabless semiconductor firm Silicon Labs has introduced its new Bluetooth-based direction finding solution, which is said to be the industry’s most comprehensive connectivity solution for the Internet of Things.

The company’s retail, industrial and commercial customers can improve their location-based services like asset tracking, indoor navigation, space utilisation, and point-of-interest engagement, with...

By IoT News, 30 January 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, IoT, Standards.

Japan's law now allows it to hack people’s IoT devices

Japan has approved a law amendment which allows government officials to hack into people’s Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

The amendment is part of a survey investigating the number of vulnerable IoT devices carried out by the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) under the supervision of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC).

By Ryan Daws, 29 January 2019, 0 comments. Categories: IoT, Smart Homes.

Cisco and Iteris to work together on connected roadway project

Iteris, a US-based provider of applied informatic for transportation and agriculture, and Cisco have entered into a strategic partnership around connected railways.

Both companies have deployed an edge-processing IoT solution with Las Vegas, which will combine data feeds from the Iteris Vantage Next video detection platform with the Cisco Kinetic software solution to analyse multimodal data from pedestrians, bicycles, and vehicles for a number of high-value use cases to improve traffic flow and reduce...

By IoT News, 25 January 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Connected Cars, IoT, Smart Cities.