At this week’s Chicago IoT Meetup, Roman Budek of NXP gave a talk on understanding and implementing embedded system security. What follows are the high points of the talk:
1. What makes IoT security unique? The IoT will consists of billions of connected, embedded devices. The more embedded devices connected to a gateway, the greater the security risk..
2. Why is it important to secure all end nodes? If a connected thermostat for a commercial freezer in a restaurant was hacked, the result could be food s
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is a hot topic right now, and not just because of internet-connected Nest thermostats. For the average person, though, IoT may not seem relevant. A “smart home” might sound like science fiction, but it’s something everyone needs to get up to speed on. Once you understand it a bit more, you can make a decision whether or not to embrace it.
Source: Internet of Things (IoT): An Introduction and Why You Should Care
IoT development projects are everywhere, and affordable, advanced technology is the driving force behind this fast-growing phenomenon. Smaller, more accessible hardware and the flexibility to use common programming languages make it easier than ever before to develop these embedded IoT systems. From hobbyists programming their own single-board computers to companies developing devices we can control from our mobile devices, the IoT is rapidly expanding.Whether you’re creating a quick prototype or an entire IoT-powered business application, here’s a look at the small but incredibly smart technology of IoT development to give you an idea of what hardware and software you’ll need and some skills to look for in an IoT programmer.
Source: Internet of Things: Platforms and Programs You Need to Know
By all accounts the Internet of Things (IoT) is prepping for explosive growth. IoT refers not only PC and mobile devices connected to the internet, but also internet-enabled sensors and devices in industrial machines, home appliances, automobiles, buildings, and wearable devices.Cisco predicts that the number of devices connected to the internet will double from 25 billion of 2015 to 50 billion by 2020.IDC estimates the spending on IoT will double from $690 billion in 2015 to $1.3 trillion in 2019, 17 percent annual growth.
Source: Internet of Things (IoT): Usage to Explode in Connected Vehicles, Smart Buildings, and Manufacturing | Formtek Blog
Another year at the Consumer Electronics Show and more records fell. Attendance topped 173,000 — including 50,000 from outside the U.S. — with 3,800 exhibitors covering 2.5 million square feet.But this year did not have any truly impressive, jaw-dropping product-tech debuts and felt very much like the last two to three years. The really cool topic remains the advent of the Internet of Things, or IoT, where the Web will move past logging onto a “www” URL to access content and instead free-flow in real-time, seamlessly throughout one’s typical day of interactions at home (web-connected shower, water heater, self-watering flower pots), on the road (connected car, exit signs), at work (thermostats, light bulbs), during lunch (bistro table, interactive menu), shopping (product displays, fitting rooms), dropping the kids at soccer (connected ball, goal-net, shin guards), and picking up some groceries (shopping cart interacts with your fridge’s inventory).
Source: Internet of Things lights up CES | Pacific Coast Business Times
While the promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) brings many new business prospects, it also presents significant challenges ranging from technology architectural choices to security concerns. MIT Professional Education’s new Internet of Things: Roadmap to a Connected World course offers important insights on how to overcome these challenges and thrive in this exciting space.
Source: Internet of Things Course | MIT Professional Education copy
There is a new technology lurking in our midst that a few savvy entrepreneurs have harnessed with explosive results.Computer specialists predict it will stir a societal revolution.It bears an unassuming name – the internet of things (IoT.) And it is exactly as it sounds.
Source: Internet of things set to revolutionize the world
No matter if you’re a realtor or property manager, technology has redefined the real estate business over the past few years. And now the Internet of Things (IoT) is giving the industry a much-needed makeover – and all for the better.One example – modelling. 3D printer technology can replicate models from computer-assisted design (CAD), photo montages and other established design tools. Urban Land, published by the Urban Land Institute, says by using architects and engineers’ original data, “real estate concepts and images can be visualized three-dimensionally for agents use in supporting customers’ reviews and decision making.”
Source: Internet of Things Upending Real Estate Industry « iMediaConnection Blog
Dubai: The global revenues from the Internet of Things (IoT) will increase more than 18 per cent from $655.8 billion (Dh2.4 trillion) in 2014 to $779.9 billion this year, said a top Cisco official.IoT is defined as the network of devices that are connected to the internet and can be controlled remotely,“We have passed the incubation phase, now IoT/smart city solutions are ready to be scaled. Cities who scale first will be the winners in an increasingly competitive environment. Dubai is rapidly transforming into becoming one of the smartest digital cities in the world connecting the unconnected through the power of intelligent networks,” Anil Menon, president of Smart+Connected Communities at Cisco, said at the third annual Internet of Things World Forum (IoTWF) taking place in Dubai from December 6-8.
Source: Internet of Things revenues to grow 18% in 2015 | GulfNews.com
A third of all Internet of Things (IoT) developers are primarily focusing on Big Data and analytics projects today.42% of IoT developers are currently writing software that uses sensors.23% of IoT developers are currently working with or incorporating in-memory databases into their development work, and 44% plan to in the next six months.
Source: Internet of Things App Developers’ Update, 2015 – Forbes