Monthly Archives

July 2017

IoT Evolution: From Legacy to Leading Edge – Getting Equipment to Talk To Open Standards

By EdgeX Foundry, In the News

Michael Hathaway, and his team at Information Xchange, a technology company based in Austin, Texas, have been working in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) since before there was such a thing as the IoT, getting their initial start in consulting to large scale oil and gas facilities regarding adding sensors to equipment for remote monitoring and management.

Read more at IoT Evolution.

IoT Institute: Internet of Things’ Impact on Business: Major Overhaul Ahead

By EdgeX Foundry, In the News

Internet of Things (IoT) is, of course, driving technological transformation; but beyond that, it’s also propelling a major business overhaul, one that will fundamentally improve the way businesses function internally and interact externally.

But IoT is just one of many recent technological innovations. Today’s digital era has ushered in a host of others (artificial intelligencevirtual realityquantum computing and blockchain, to name a few), and they’re still unfolding.

Read more at IoT Institute.

IoT Evolution: Winners of the 2017 IoT Security Excellence Award Announced

By EdgeX Foundry, In the News

TMC, a global, integrated media company helping clients build communities in print, in person and online, today announced the winners of the 2017 Security Excellence Award, presented by IoT Evolution Magazine.

The award honors the best, most innovative security  products and solutions released in the last twelve months as judged by the editors of TMC’s IoT Evolution World magazine.

Read more at IoT Evolution.

CIO: IoT’s Interoperability Challenge

By EdgeX Foundry, In the News

IoT promises to improve daily life in a number of ways. Interconnectivity between devices enables increased productivity at home or within industrial settings. This interconnectivity comes at a price, as the popularity increases and the number of devices and networks expands, the lack of interoperability between them becomes an issue.

Read more at CIO.