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M2M Certificate Standard
The IETF draft standard for M2M certificates is a security solution
specifically designed for the demanding needs of IoT/M2M applications.
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In his session at @ThingsExpo, Brian Romansky, VP of Strategic Technology at
TrustPoint Innovation, explained how M2M certificates can efficiently enable
confidentiality, integrity, and authenticity on highly constrained devices.
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Brian Romansky is VP of Strategic Technology at TrustPoint Innovation where
he advises the US DOT on V2X security infrastructure. He has over 20 years of
experience in embedded security for financial, medical, and industrial
applications. He was part of the R&D team that developed the first
large-scale deployment of PKI-based financial terminals at Pitney ... (more)
"What is the next step in the evolution of IoT systems? The answer is data,
information, which is a radical shift from assets, from things to input for
decision making," stated Michael Minkevich, VP of Technology Services at
Luxoft, in this SYS-CON.tv interview at @ThingsExpo, held November 3-5, at
the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is the most pr... (more)
Time and again, those keeping a pulse on the Internet of
Things (IoT) space frequently hear about the "rise of the machines."
Humanity is not only discovering fascinating ways to integrate machines into
our daily lives, but also finding new uses for machines as well. How?
Machines are now "internet-connected" just like the smartphones we carry
around in our pockets. And this isn't just on the commercial side with the
likes of smart thermostats or connected vehicles - even tractors and oil and
gas machinery are industrial examples of where new "things" are now on
the digital network.
In fact, there are more M2M or 'machine-to-machine' communication devices on
this planet than humans. As GSMA Intelligence reported in 2014, there are
7.2bn M2M devices versus 7.19bn humans. Stuart Taylor from Cisco also wrote a
prediction that "The Internet of Things (IoT) is a world w... (more)
Fog Computing is being touted as the data communication solution our
Internet of Things (IoT) devices are asking for by bringing the power of
cloud computing closer to the end user. The fact is, the number of connected
devices is going to continue to grow exponentionally. In fact, Gartner
predicts that by 2020 IoT will include 26 billion connected things. Consider
the impact that amount of data collected and processed will have.The
Naturally, with billions of devices all connected to the cloud for
manufacturing, oil and gas, utilities, municipalities and enterprise, to name
a few, the data transmission and processing rate is bound to slow down -
especially if the current cloud architecture is upheld.
Some IoT devices use the cloud to store data long term, where other
connected things send data to the cloud to be analyzed and sent back to the
device with... (more)
Predictions can be enlightening as we round out the end of the year, and
industry analysts covering the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)
have begun forecasting what to expect in 2017. In the ever changing digital
business landscape, companies need to keep a pulse on the technology and
regulatory environments to have direction on where to focus their
efforts. Over the past few years, IIoT has taken on the shared title of
industry 4.0, as new ways of connecting businesses and
consumers impact systems infrastructures and technology integrations
across many, if not all. business lines.
In honor of reigning in 2017 as a strong year for the industrial
internet, we have dedicated this week's round up to highlight some of
the top IIoT analyst predictions in the coming year.
Gartner Predictions: Surviving the Storm Winds of Digital Disruption
By Daryl C. Plummer, Martin... (more)
Industrial IoT continues to cause disruption; not just in manufacturing, but
across many other industries as well. In the last few months we've been
keeping a pulse on the state of digital transformation across the
business landscape and have been discovering exciting new implementations
of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). This week we're highlighting the
disruption Industrial IoT is instigating as product development and
lifecycle management continues to evolve.
Overcoming Three Key Barriers to Industrial IoT
Industrial IoT has the potential to capture data in real-time, leverage big
data analytics and streamline efficiency to name a few. So what's hold back
the industry? A major barrier has to do with culture of the operational
technology (OT) organizations within the industry. The OT have a risk-averse
way of thinking and see change as disruption, "Whereas ... (more)
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intelligent, automated action? By leveraging the Internet of Things, you can
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Machine-to-machine (M2M) learning is an integral apart of the expanding world
of Industrial IoT. Over the past few months we have given
attention to manufacturing and its current digital disruption, but have
failed to show the direct impact smart M2M and IoT technology is having on
the industry. So, this week we are diving deeper into the term machine
learning and how it connects to manufacturing both today and in the future.
Before we get to our news round up let's start by re-defining M2M, to ensure
we are all on the same page with its purpose and meaning. Gartner has
defined machine-2-machine communications as "something used for automated
data transmission and measurement between mechanical or electronic devices."
Now, that we have defined M2M, its time to check out our top news round up
for the week on how M2M applies to both manufacturing and IoT.
10 ways machi... (more)
In many parts of the world, rail represents a major component of
infrastructure – for the transportation of both humans and goods. In fact,
railways are critical to some of the major industries like oil and gas,
agriculture, and food refrigeration/transport. Much like those industries
have, over the years, adopted automated, machine-to-machine (M2M) technology,
railroads have similarly deployed more advanced technology over the years as
Railways began the “automation” process by adding Automatic Equipment
Identification (AEI) tags back as early as 1989. These sensors track the
specific item tagged, but they have no way of knowing how the train is
operating as a whole. Companies also began deploying RFID tags to track goods
being transported along the different lines. The AEI sensors could provide
information on the rail car and would interact with the variou... (more)
The Internet of Things (IoT) is creeping into every aspect of our lives. With
the advent of smart cities, smart manufacturing, precision agriculture,
drones and digital energy, businesses and individuals alike have seen the
influx of IoT technology. For example, a recent report from Gartner,
"suggests that more than 26 billion devices will be connected to the
internet by 2020, with 250,000 of them being vehicles." So, with the billions
of connected things, its only natural this week's top news roundup would
highlight how IoT is maturing and what experts see for the future ahead.
Research Firm Calls for Standardized IoT Deployments
As the demand increases to make more smart cities, researchers warn of extra
costs and fragmented delays if we don't create overall IoT standards. Machina
Research reports, "Using current non-standardized technologies, it would
cost 1.12... (more)
Industry 4.0, another term being batted around for the Industrial Internet of
Things (IIoT) to explain the next-generation of industrial manufacturing and
a new data exchange paradigm, is bleeding into multiple industry
dialogues to describe the new landscape of how things are being made. With
all the hype surrounding the idea of a “smart factory,” it seemed fitting
to turn our attention towards highlighting our top news being reported
on Industry 4.0.
Industry 4.0: the urgency of data standardization
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“Sometimes presented as the new industrial revolution, Industry 4.0,
primarily represents an advance in production means and practices.
Characterized by interconnected machines and systems, it involves making
production and supply chains smarter in order to improve efficiency in
resource allocation and increase agility... (more)