Segment 1

Peggy Smedley, IoT Industry Expert, Specialty Publishing Company

Peggy looks at how the industrial revolution has changed to Industry 4.0, enabling cyber-physical systems to communicate with one another as well as humans to improve operations, lower downtime, and maintain asset and quality control. She then examines how micro markets will continue to evolve with the introduction of smart vending machines and the growing trend of craft breweries.
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Segment 2

Peggy Smedley, IoT Industry Expert, Specialty Publishing Company

Have you heard about the Baseline to Build-On Initiative? Peggy discusses how the need for a common data protocol within the IoT (Internet of Things) stemmed from the difficulties many construction companies faced when sharing information between conflicting platforms and groups. She says the overwhelming response to become involved has demonstrated that an “inside-out” approach has the potential to incite change in all areas of construction including: architecture, fleets, engineering, and much more.
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Segment 3

Avi Freedman, cofounder and CEO, Kentik

Avi Freedman, cofounder and CEO, Kentik, talks network performance within the IoT and says that devices and appliances from the home and office have the potential to be hacked or “listen” in on users in the future. To combat this, he suggests a “trust but verify” mindset when it comes to security and predicts that with so many networks connected to the Internet, segmentation is set to occur within the IoT.
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Segment 4

Peggy Smedley, IoT Industry Expert, Specialty Publishing Company

Peggy end the shows with a discussion on new European regulations that tracks drivers to detect accidents and performance on the road. She says that although this trade-off has shown great potential in saving lives and keeping drivers in check, she questions how insurance companies will use this information to affect rates.
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