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IoT in the Automotive World
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IoT is a game changer for the automotive world. In order to successfully use IoT data, the automotive industry will greatly benefit from an enterprise-grade, big data framework. This will enable seamless migration from the small data methods of the past to a larger world, where data from connected vehicles and devices are used to drive new services and products to the motoring world.
Smart Lighting: The Gateway to a Smarter City
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A smart lighting network is your gateway to a smarter city, with real-time insights to achieve greater control. Learn how to conserve energy, manage assets and reduce maintenance costs – all while enhancing safety and maximizing revenue.
The World’s Top 10 Smart City Projects
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Companies and local authorities are harnessing technology to make our cities smarter, safer and more efficient worldwide. Ahead of the Smart Cities Summit in Boston this December, IoT World News takes a deep dive into ten of the best smart city projects going right now.
Securing the IoT Ecosystem
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In partnership with this year’s IoT Security Summit, IoT World News brings you Securing the IoT ecosystem - our first exclusive industry insights report for IoT security.
Smart Delta: A Secure Over-The-Air (OTA) Technology for Remote Management of IoT Solutions
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The white paper discusses an Over-The-Air technology (OTA) that produces a 10-fold reduction in size when updating a software payload to an IoT device within a smart city, smart building, infrastructure, industrial automation, consumer wearable, or a healthcare setting. The paper addresses use of in-house OTA solutions, references security considerations, and outlines industry examples to underscore the remote management considerations in IoT.
How the Internet of Things Will Transform the Future of Industries
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In 2016, there’s no doubting the size, scale or impact the IoT will have on industries and businesses around the globe. 44% of companies are incorporating IoT into their business plans, which raises the question: what are the remaining 56% doing?

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Tuesday, October 18, 2016
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From smart crockpots to connected toothbrushes, it seems that home automation has the potential to be built into anything.But with consumer enthusiasm for the smart home showing signs of lagging, should it be done? Is there significant value there, for enterprise or end-user?

Renee Niemi from Logitech describes the state of the smart home, where the industry is headed, where the value lies and how companies can get ahead of the curve to reap significant rewards.

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