Peggy and Christian Crews, foresight and transformative growth lead, Kalypso, talk about what happens when IoT devices get abandoned by technology developers. He says there are two levels: if you are a company buyer versus if you are an end consumer.
Peggy chats with Ben Dolmar, director of software development, The Nerdery, about how people getting into the IoT space look at technology and what they could do.
Peggy Smedley tells the story of smart-home devices that were left orphaned in many people’s home. She talks about the fallout when technology is abandoned as a result of mergers and acquisitions.
Ecosystem: Find Your Support Peggy and Josh Peschel, assistant professor, agricultural and biosystems engineering, Iowa State University, says we have been seeing orphaned technology for decades. In some respects, it depends on which part of the technology market, as little guys are more innovative, but have technology that disappears tomorrow, while the big [...]
Peggy chats with Mobeen Khan, AVP product marketing management Internet of Things Solutions, AT&T, who says the cadre of customers and the customer interaction was just amazing at the AT&T Business Summit last month.
Peggy Smedley says we can expect 12.86 billion IoT sensors and devices to be in use by 2020 in the consumer sector alone, and vertical-specific sensors and devices will exceed 3 billion by 2020, but she says the IoT has to work to do before it starts living up to all the hype.
Peggy wraps up the show by talking with Robin Raskin, founder, Living in Digital Times, who explains says users get frustrated when each device requires an app of its own.
Peggy chats with Heikki Laine, VP of product & strategy, Cognata, who says the company was founded two years ago, offering technology for autonomous vehicle testing.
Peggy Smedley says there is a lot happening in the world of AI (artificial intelligence) and machine learning.
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.