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Peggy says cyber criminals are not resting and everyone needs to focus on cybersecurity. She explains how biometric authentication can improve safety and security, saying user experience often trumps security, and biometrics could be the great compromise to secure data.
Peggy explains how IoT (Internet of Things) impacts one specific vertical—construction. She says connected technologies are changing the way builders and contractors conduct business at the office and the jobsite, allowing for safety and security to be monitored.
Peggy explains the latest research from Hewlett-Packard involving smartwatch security finds smartwatches are highly vulnerable to attacks, and that 100% of the smartwatches HP tested exhibited security flaws. She says this is unacceptable by today’s standards and surmises which manufacturers are among the group.
Peggy talks about how crowdfunding and equity funding has expanded in last five years globally. One recent success story involves a medical company that raised $1.7 million to boost oxygen levels in re-growing bones to assist in less painful recovery.
Peggy gives her thoughts on how crowdfunding plays a role in innovation and has become a proving ground for IoT. She explains crowdfunding is a place where innovators can push the envelope and test the waters, and the general public can consume ideas.
Neil Cawse, CEO, Geotab, gives an exclusive first look at the upcoming launch of the Geotab Marketplace, which gives clients an extensive ecosystem of applications and add-ons to extend the use-case of fleet management and telematics services.
Janet Peterson, co-founder and general manager, XCSpec, knows service technicians are always looking for ways to add value to their service. She explains they can do this by understanding the cost of doing nothing, and what it means for the commercial building space.
Peggy takes a look at the state of industrial-based robots today, acknowledges the unanswered questions in the data, the challenges of these products, and what this means for the future of robotics.
Donald Spector, chairman of the board of trustees, New York College of Health Professions, explains his new home environment customization patent, and what it means for IoT, and electronic products in the future.
Peggy Smedley talks about her tour last week of the DeWalt, Charlotte, N.C. plant, the thrill of making a brushless hammer drill, and how the company is emphasizing manufacturing is vital to providing economic wealth for this country.
Peggy takes a closer look at how the Industrial IoT (Internet of Things) just might offer distinctive operational, strategic, and competitive advantages to manufacturers as they continue to invest in big data.
Peggy takes a closer look at how the IoT (Internet of Things) revolution will dramatically alter manufacturing, energy, and more, and as a result the industrial IoT will fundamentally transform how people will interact with machines.
Peggy takes a closer look at how sensors are shaping both our personal and professional lives. These tiny sensors are proving to be the eyes and ears of the IoT (Internet of Things), collecting realtime information and sending it on for processing.