Peggy and Arka Dhar, cofounder, Zinier, talk about how field service is at an inflection point, where manual processes need to become more predictive.
Peggy Smedley celebrates episode 600 of the show by looking back at how the IoT (Internet of Things community has evolved since the podcast first began.
Peggy welcomes Hendrik Van Asbroeck, managing director, ENGIE Fab, ENGIE, and Henri Bong, CEO and founder, UnaBiz, to talk about innovation in the energy space and what is ahead for the IoT in 2019
Peggy is joined by Carol Bartucci, president, Crisp Consulting, who says her goal is to really help people with IT—including developing a strategy and planning.
Peggy Smedley says research suggests the global blockchain in energy market will grow tremendously in the next decade.
Peggy is joined by Chris Penrose, president, Internet of Things, AT&T Business, and James Brehm, founder and chief technology evangelist, James Brehm & Associates, who identify the biggest hurdles of the IoT including security, integrating IoT into business, scaling IoT, and lack of talent.
Peggy and Dan Miklovic, research fellow, LNS Research, explains why companies struggle to get past the proof of concept on the industrial IoT side.
Peggy says two combined factors—global population growth and urbanization—could result in another 2.5 billion people living in urban areas by 2050. She asks the question:
Peggy and David Stephenson, author, The Future Is Smart, talk about his new book. He explains the primary audience of the book is not the thought leaders and doers, but the skeptical mainstream businesses that have maybe heard a little bit of the IoT, but they are intrigued about the economic payoffs.
Peggy and Sam George, director of Azure IoT, Microsoft, talk about servitization.