Interference In The Car


Once again, a paradigm shift is upon us. Mobile connectivity has radically changed the automobile’s place in the world of connected everything. And that paradigm will shift even further once the IoE is in full bloom. As all of this unfolds and technology marches on, some see the connectivity of the automobile as being a better and more powerful alternative to the smartphone. It is touted a... » read more

Developing Effective Design Strategies for Today’s Wearable Devices: Power Management


As the next wave of wearable devices expands into a new class of revolutionary and innovative products, there will be a growing importance placed on the real-time operating system (RTOS) and corresponding middleware. Wearable System-on-Chip (SoC) processors require an operating system optimized for size and performance with power-efficient wireless connectivity options needed for machine-to-mac... » read more

Smart Lighting Application Using ARM NanoService Solution


The NanoService solution leverages the power of the Web architecture for developing and deploying smart lighting systems efficiently and securely. The NanoService solution consists of software for devices (endpoints in an M2M or Internet of Things deployment), backend servers and Web applications that together form an end-to-end platform. The NanoService solution can be applied to virtually ... » read more

Internet Of Things Design Considerations For Embedded Connected Devices


Embedded connectivity has been around since the early days of M2M. But what is new are the many complexities and emerging standards embedded system developers need to know if they are to design the latest IoT device. This paper delves into many of the key considerations developers need to know and discusses the critical areas of IoT security and connectivity along with the importance of a prove... » read more

Internet Of Things Design Considerations For Embedded Connected Devices


Embedded connectivity has been around since the early days of M2M. But what is new are the many complexities and emerging standards embedded system developers need to know if they are to design the latest IoT device. This paper delves into many of the key considerations developers need to know and discusses the critical areas of IoT security and connectivity along with the importance of a prove... » 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

Monetizing The IoT


I hear it all the time: "Yeah, the IoT is awesome, but how do we make money on it?” Good question. And the answers are about a diverse as the definitions for the IoT itself. There is a lot of excitement and enthusiasm for what the IoT will be and can bring across a wide diversity of industry segments. But the nagging question remains, "What can we do to make sure we make good business deci... » read more

M2M And The Internet Of Things


Securing the Internet of Things/Everything (IoT/E) is a bit like herding cats. There are so many elements that will make up the IoT/E, it may seem an insurmountable objective to corral them all into a single stable. By some accounts, we’re on our way toward 200 billion Internet-connected machines by 2020, according to IDC. Soon we will live in a world where automated machine-to-machine (M2M) ... » read more

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