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j0nnyf1v3
j0nnyf1v3
1/31/2017 6:43:23 PM
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One protocol to rule them all....
Maybe they can take some of that nice Govt. Chedda and come up with a single standard for the IoT to abide by, therefor making scalability and management possible, and without headaches. There are just too many standards in IoT already!

 

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freehe
freehe
1/23/2017 12:56:41 PM
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National Instruments IoT Lab
Collaboration, partnerships and standardization are key components required to ensure this effort and other efforts are successful. All companies need to follow the same model.

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freehe
freehe
1/23/2017 12:55:25 PM
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Industrial IoT Lab
This is very exciting news.

"NI considers the lab to be a "working showcase" for industrial IoT technology, solutions and system architectures. It includes live demonstrations, such as on-site Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) testbeds, helping participating companies to promote innovative solutions and drive discussions with IoT experts -- all with the goal of solving real-world challenges."

I am glad they are looking at real-world challenges and looking for effective ways to solve them, if only all companies did the same.

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freehe
freehe
1/23/2017 12:54:15 PM
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Re: IoT needs to be showcased!
@Jeremy, I totally agree. The industrial industry is huge and this is great for the industry.

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dcawrey
dcawrey
1/21/2017 9:19:49 PM
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IoT Visionary
Re: IIoT needs to be showcased!
National Instruments is a well-known name. It's no wonder HP and Cisco want to get a piece of the action here - the hope is that this project brings new innovative uses for IoT than perhaps the average sensor-based deployment. 

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Michelle G
Michelle G
1/21/2017 1:44:37 PM
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IoT Visionary
Re: IIoT needs to be showcased!
@afwriter I wonder the same. <related> Consumer markets might benefit from demos that include overviews of device security or best practices.

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afwriter
afwriter
1/18/2017 11:09:27 AM
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Re: IIoT needs to be showcased!
@Jeremy do you think that more showcasing would lead to a higher level of comfort with IoT as well at both business and consumer levels? I feel like seeing it in action would ease fears and maybe help to educate the public.

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vnewman
vnewman
1/17/2017 4:42:42 PM
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IoT Mover & Shaker
Re: IIoT needs to be showcased!
@Ariella - If not, it would be necessary to hire an integrator truly become "smart."  IoT ought to be two things in my opinion: intuitive and seamless, neither of which is possible if everything is operating in stand-alone mode.

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Ariella
Ariella
1/17/2017 9:04:47 AM
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IoT Visionary
Re: IIoT needs to be showcased!
<A key feature of the Industrial IoT Lab is the way it fosters collaboration between different companies to improve interoperability, which will be an important hurdle to leap before IoT can reach its full potential.>

@Craig Absolutely! As the whole concept behind the potential of IoT is bringing things together it is essential to work out cooprtion for interoperability. Otherwise we just have devices that connect on their own but don't work in tandem with other connections.

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Jeremy
Jeremy
1/17/2017 5:07:37 AM
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IIoT needs to be showcased!
The more "showcasing" of industrial IoT the better. The solutions may not be as sexy as futuristic wearables or smart home gadgets, but they actual may play a more fundamental role in changing the way our world operates in the near future. 

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