Peggy shares that the percentage of people clustered around urban centers is globally going to grow from 55% to 68% by 2050—which is going to bring new and exacerbated transportation challenges.
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 David Selinger, CEO and cofounder, Deep Sentinel, who shares the story about catching a bad guy with his new system—and how AI (artificial intelligence) will quickly change the game for video monitoring in the home
Peggy sits down with Aviad Shnaiderman, cofounder and CEO, Aura Smart Air, who believes air is a transportation for pollution—but new technology can help by measuring and detecting issues in the home and around our structures.
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.
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 and Jeremy Hitchcock, founder and CEO, Minim, talk about the DDoS attack against Dyn in October 2016, which served as the inspiration for Minim.
Peggy and Chuck Freiheit, COO, F.H. Paschen, talk about the aging workforce.