Who really owns your Internet of Things data? In a world where more and more objects are coming online and vendors are getting involved in the supply chain, how can you keep track of what's yours and what's not? Data management and data rights sharing are critical aspects of the IoT ecosystem debate. For businesses, Industry 4.0 is a new way to think about data across processes. It is also about real-time process integration with digital technology, "intelligence anywhere," and distributed intelligence.
FogHorn Systems and Google Cloud have announced a partnership to develop solutions for Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) applications. On Tuesday, industrial edge computing solutions provider FogHorn said that the collaboration with Google Cloud IoT Core is aimed at "simplifying the deployment and maximizing the business impact of IIoT applications." FogHorn's Lighting Edge Intelligence platform, an analytics and machine learning system, will be integrated with Google's Cloud IoT Core with industrial IoT and the IIoT market specifically in mind. Google's Cloud IoT Core, which has recently been made generally available, is an IoT sensor service for managing IoT devices, connecting them, and ingesting IoT-based information. "Cloud IoT Core simply and securely brings the power of Google Cloud's world-class data infrastructure capabilities to the IIoT market," said Antony Passemard, Head of IoT Product Management at Google Cloud.
In less than two years, IoT has gone from unfamiliar acronym to the latest buzzword for companies in almost every industry worldwide. And while IDC projected that international Internet of Things (IoT) spending would exceed $800 billion in 2017, future investment is expected to nearly double, totaling $1.4 trillion in only three short years (2021). In manufacturing, IoT-enabled applications and technology have driven the entire production process towards a more interconnected -- and more lucrative -- operation. That said, IoT is no longer just a phrase tossed around during annual board meetings -- it's now a requirement for today's successful, modern manufacturer. But for many, the biggest challenge to IoT adoption is simply not knowing where to start.
We tasked the pros with predicting how the Internet of Things and intelligent systems will evolve in the coming year. Is the forward march of automation a disruptive force to humanity or the ultimate job creator? We've wrestled with these questions over the past year as everything from smart homes to marketing efforts become more automated, connected, and intelligent. The Internet of Things (IoT) has swelled to millions upon millions of connected devices. But connecting everything to the internet is maybe not the best idea, and necessitates important conversations about the security and interoperability of the IoT and automated systems.
Can blockchains set and keep rules for objects in the physical world, as well as digital assets? The first international IoT Blockchain Camp in Valencia, Spain, is a five-day event that looks at potential answers to this question -- and explores some of the internet-of-things technology that'll make it work. Also see: Senate Move Leads to Talk of Next '08 Crash. What's It Mean for Crypto? Over 70 participants will join IoT Blockchain Camp, which runs from April 11-15th.
IoT has been with us for many years in different forms. It facilitates remote connect, allows us to communicate and manage devices with an Internet connection. The right IoT platform can serve you in many ways, but first, we need to understand its meaning. To understand what IoT is and how it works, we have to understand how it fits in the larger picture. They tell companies about your behavior, your health (think FitBit) and your likes and dislikes.
As in the past few of my now 20 years of attending CES, the question I most hoped to avoid was "Did you see anything cool at the show?" I bristle at the query each year as it is an unfair question. The Internet of Things (IoT) world may be exciting, but there are serious technical challenges that need to be addressed, especially by developers. In this handbook, learn how to meet the security, analytics, and testing requirements for IoT applications. You forgot to provide an Email Address.
At Web Summit in Lisbon, key issues for storage and compliance included the internet of things (IoT), Blockchain, biometrics and always-available health data. Get the latest information on how GDPR is going to affect your business and how to avoid any unwanted fines with this simple infographic. You forgot to provide an Email Address. This email address doesn't appear to be valid. This email address is already registered.