M2M Vs. IoE


For some time now, there has been discussion that the IoE is really nothing more than the M2M infrastructure with a new coat of paint. Are M2M and the [getkc id="260" comment="Internet of Everything"] really just different generations of the same family, or are they completely different? This is more than just a philosophical question. The answer affects everything from technology investmen... » read more

Energy Harvesting Update


Manos Tentzeris, professor of electrical and computer engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology, sat down with Semiconductor Engineering to discuss energy harvesting. What follows are excerpts of that conversation. SE: What is the state of energy harvesting and are we making progress. Tentzeris: The latest results are systems with efficiency up to 40% to 45% utilizing ambient UH... » read more

Where The IoT Money Will Be


As we get closer and closer to figuring out what the Internet of Things—or increasingly, the Internet of Everything (IoE)—will and won’t be, one of the themes that shows up regularly is exactly how to monetize it. “A large portion of marketing dollars are wasted when the wrong offers are made to the wrong people at the wrong place and time,” notes Jon Gettinger Sr. vice president o... » read more