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  • Will Edge Computing devour the Cloud?
    von Dr. Klaus Manhart am 14th September 2017 um 11:54 am

    In the Internet of Things, large amounts of data need to be transferred and processed quickly. However, the cloud with its relatively narrow bandwidth is overwhelmed with it – edge computing as data processing on-site is getting increasingly important. Is the end of the cloud getting closer? The post Will Edge Computing devour the Cloud? appeared first on We speak IoT. […]

  • OTA Update: A feature to upsell new services, and sometimes to save lives
    von Dennis Knake am 11th September 2017 um 6:30 am

    If you're into developing products for the Internet of Things, the term OTA Update (OTAU) might have crossed your path. It's a feature to remotely deliver updated software to your products without having physical access to it. It comes in handy to keep your customer devices up-to-date or to upsell new services later on. To support Tesla owners in Florida to flee from Hurricane Irma, the carmaker temporarily has unlocked the full capacity of its batteries. The post OTA Update: A feature to upsell new services, and sometimes to save lives appeared first on We speak IoT. […]

  • Industrial IoT: How intelligent sensors help speeding up complex ecosystems
    von Dennis Knake am 7th September 2017 um 9:55 am

    Imagine an industrial environment: a large production hall, where complex machines work around the clock, interact with each other, depend on each other. Now, imagine an IIoT ecosystem whose task it is to monitor every single detail within the production process: positions, speed, temperature, pressure, energy consumption, filling levels – all the metrics that play a crucial role for an efficient process. To reduce idling, prevent failure or simply save resources, hundreds, if not thousands of sensors are needed. The more the better. But with only a centralized intelligence, Industrial IoT (IIoT) could quickly become a bumpy ride. The post Industrial IoT: How intelligent sensors help speeding up complex ecosystems appeared first on We speak IoT. […]

  • IoT security: Leaked logins – the carelessness is baffling
    von Dennis Knake am 1st September 2017 um 10:17 am

    In a recent tweet, researcher Ankit Anubhav, specialized in IoT security, drew attention on a list circling the internet, containing thousands of IP addresses of IoT devices including their login data. Many of the devices are still accessible via Telnet, some of them already have been taken over by botnets. What baffles is that despite the many incidents related to poorly secured IoT devices and constant warnings from security professionals, most of the logins couldn't been easier to guess: When "admin:admin" or "root:123456" grants access to a device, calling it "hacking" to take control already sounds like an insult. My plea: Think of security first, when you think of the IoT! The post IoT security: Leaked logins – the carelessness is baffling appeared first on We speak IoT. […]

  • Smart Farming: are robust sensors and the power of the cloud the perfect recipe?
    von Stefan Drees am 22nd August 2017 um 1:00 pm

    Humans have been farming successfully for thousands of years, for most of that time using only the most primitive of technologies. Only in the very recent past have computers begun to have an impact on the way that farmers grow crops and raise livestock. So it might seem strange to suggest that a traditional craft honed over such a long time could be ripe for reinvention via the Internet of Things. The post Smart Farming: are robust sensors and the power of the cloud the perfect recipe? appeared first on We speak IoT. […]

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