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Collaboration accelerates IoT development

  The latest real-world implementations advancing the adoption of the IoT and the role of standardisation in the projects were showcased by stakeholders from across the M2M and IoT industries as oneM2M, the global IoT standards initiative, held its inaugural Industry Day.
13th June 2017

Development kit covers broad spectrum of IoT markets

Development kit covers broad spectrum of IoT markets
Combining hardware and software elements to enable rapid implementation of smart and connected cloud-based applications, ON Semiconductor’s IoT Development Kit (IDK) provides engineers with all of the building blocks needed to speed the evaluation, design and implementation of medical-, home- and industrial-based Internet of Things (IoT) designs. It is available at Mouser Electronics.
12th June 2017

Could attackers be exploiting connected IoT devices in homes?

Could attackers be exploiting connected IoT devices in homes?
There were hundreds of millions of web users unable to access popular sites and services such as Amazon, PayPal, Twitter, Netflix, GitHub and Xbox Live on 21st October 2016. There were other major websites were affected, too, but the cause wasn’t an attack on each individual site. Instead, a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack targeted their Domain Name System (DNS) provider, Dyn.
9th June 2017


Bringing flexible security solutions to IoT devices

Bringing flexible security solutions to IoT devices
  Long range and low power IoT (Internet of Things) technologies like Low-Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) are enabling new use cases in application areas such as smart cities, smart agriculture, smart manufacturing and work safety. Alongside robustness and availability, security is a key to successful adoption of these new applications.
8th June 2017

Device launched for IoT applications within the connected home

Device launched for IoT applications within the connected home
  Skyworks has announced the launch of the SKY66113-11, the newest 2.4GHz fully integrated RF Front-End Module (FEM) supporting Bluetooth Low Energy/Bluetooth Smart, 802.15.4, Thread and ZigBee applications.
7th June 2017

Sierra Wireless FX30: the IoT gateway of the future

Sierra Wireless FX30: the IoT gateway of the future
Acal BFi has announced the addition of the ultra-flexible Sierra Wireless FX30 Programmable IoT gateway to its comprehensive IoT and Wireless communications portfolio. The FX30 is the first of the next generation of ruggedised, programmable, and expandable embedded wireless gateways, and is now commercially available to European customers from Acal BFi.
6th June 2017

Challenges in ASIC Design for IoT to be presented by Cortus

Cortus has announced that they will be presenting 'Challenges in ASIC Design for IoT' at the IoT seminar. They will complement this with a seminar later in the week covering a number of these aspects in greater detail.
6th June 2017

IoT reference platform improves next-gen wearables

IoT reference platform improves next-gen wearables
EnSilica and sureCore have announced that EnSilica has developed sureCore’s new, ultra-low power IoT reference platform targeted principally at the development of the next generation of wearable consumer and medical applications. With proven expertise in low power SoC design for battery powered applications, EnSilica’s experienced silicon team is able to deliver a complete, turn-key service covering complex digital and analog/RF technologies for both ASICs and SoCs down to 28nm.
6th June 2017

Addressing vulnerability of non-IP wireless protocols

Guillaume Crinon, Innovation Technical Marketing Manager and John Jones, Director of Innovation, Avnet Silica, look at how best to provide end-to-end IoT security.
5th June 2017

Ensuring machines are IoT-ready

Ensuring machines are IoT-ready
The operation and control systems of Eaton have been integrated with the OPC Unified Architecture Standard (OPC UA). This will enable machine and systems builders to communicate with the cloud via individual machine components more easily and safely. As a result, both existing machines and new designs featuring compatible Eaton products can be made IoT-ready and integrated into smart factory environments in a cost effective way. 
5th June 2017


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18th September 2017
Germany Berlin Congress Center
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