Science is the foundation for interoperability and smart communities. Peggy Smedley chats with Ken Calvert, division director for the computer and information science division of the computer and network systems, and Erwin Gianchandani, deputy assistant director for computer and information science and engineering, National Science Foundation, about smart communities.
Peggy Smedley continues the interoperability and smart cities discussion and welcomes guest Mahesh Veerina, president and CEO, Cloudleaf.
David Drake, chairman, LDJ Capital, talks about getting the whole world—and the U.S.—behind cryptocurrency.
Peggy Smedley says enterprise needs IoT (Internet of Things) technologies to stay competitive.
Has blockchain become a trusted approach for IoT companies? Scott Schober, president and CEO, Berkeley Varitronics Systems Inc., says the whole concept of blockchain emerged in 2008 or 2009, and it is a buzzword.
Peggy Smedley asks the question: Should IoT (Internet of Things) companies invest in blockchain? She says blockchain will change the game for businesses, explaining that if you are an IoT company, you need blockchain.
Joshua Peschel, assistant professor, agriculture and Biosystems engineering, Iowa State University, says everyone wants a robot now.
Louis Parks, president and CEO, SecureRF, says in the mid-1970s public key or asymmetric cryptography came to be.
Peggy Smedley helps listeners understand blockchain. She says blockchain technology makes cryptocurrency different from regular currency because it provides an open, distributed, and public ledger for bitcoin transactions.