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A roundup of recent IoT news from to keep you in the loop.
Researchers at the Medical PnP laboratory are looking to save lives through smarter, more interoperable healthcare technology using open standards, medical expertise and testing equipment that simulates health conditions to encourage easier integration of IoT devices and new sharing apps that can expand their capabilities.
Online Trust Alliance spells out best practices for testing, purchasing, networking and updating IoT devices to make them and the enterprise more secure.
The market for IoT security products is set to grow sharply, as the general IoT market becomes ever more ubiquitous, according to a report released this month by Gartner Research.
As the explosive growth of IoT continues, businesses, vendors and consumers all have to confront the issue that the world is more connected than ever before, with potentially gigantic consequences.
Instrumentation is coming – 2018 promises the IoT-ification of a lot of existing technology, plus edge computing, improved analytics and even some security improvements, if we’re reading these tea leaves correctly.
Economics don't allow all internet of things devices to have baked-in security, so it has to be addressed elsewhere.
Reseller Tech Data is partnering up to deliver complete IoT packages.
IBM is trying to be the brains behind IoT, using its artificial intelligence expertise to offer insight into data, provision new implementations, and help drive decision-making.
We’ve reached the sharp part of the adoption curve for IoT, as a recent study shows skyrocketing adoption of the technology across all business sectors for a huge range of different purposes.
Medical devices lack many features and capabilities that help protect other network-attached devices from attack.
Swedish pest control company Anticimex is using IoT to trap rats more efficiently.
Red Bull Racing CIO Matt Cadieux details the complex IoT implementation that the team uses to squeeze the maximum amount of performance out of its cars.