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.
Peggy Smedley helps us get over our “post-holiday” blues by previewing CES 2018. Peggy expects autonomous cars and AI (artificial intelligence) to dominate the show floor this year with an increased focus on digital security and more.
Steve Koenig, senior director, market research, Consumer Technology Assn., admits that consumers are beginning to embrace digital assistants and people using them to shop is increasing.
In the final segment, Peggy details her vision of the cars of the future. These vehicles will be packed with conversational AI, V2I (vehicle-to-infrastructure) capabilities, immersive in-cabin experiences, and, of course, will be fully autonomous.
What are the hottest trends in the IoT going into 2018? Joe Barkai, consultant, author, and speaker, answers that question by giving Peggy Smedley a rundown of the upcoming year’s hot topics.
Predictive maintenance has the power to significantly increase uptime for companies as well as save in energy costs.
New Year. New format. Peggy Smedley rings in the New Year by updating listeners on what you can expect from The Peggy Smedley Show in 2018!
Andrew Scheuermann, founder and CEO, Arch Systems, has always been passionate about bringing technology into the physical world and has since dedicated his career to bridging the gap between the IoT (Internet of Things) and the real world.