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Philips Hue smart bulbs to lose Works with Nest integration
"Quick update on philips hue they are ending their works with nest integration. This is not a surprise. Works with nest was going away for a long time. Now it is and now philips you does not work with it anymore. You can connect your philips hue devices to google home so it's going to work that will work but things like i know that i had like a direct integration between my air conditioning in my old house and my philips hue lights that if no one was home for a long period of time it would like randomly do the lights on and off and if you had like the nest protect smoke detector there was a pre-built integration that. Turn them red. If the smoke detector went off in the middle of the night so you could see through the smoke.
How voice AI is disrupting industries with Mike Zagorsek
"Thank you for the introduction as you said, the product marketing at at Sound Hound Really Marketing in general and been company about four years. Really to help grow awareness. Grow the business and. and. Really find and match companies and organizations who are looking to add voice interface of their products with. US essentially. We. And as you Dustin, as you pointed out we do have a long history we started in two thousand and five. The first ten years of the company's life was really known for this music recognition APP if And that was them strategic for a number of reasons. One is that it's in the round, the volume detection, but it really allowed our co-founders who were Stanford Ph D. students with a vision voice. The really give them the ten years that they needed to develop this independent voice platform hound defy. So in Twenty fifteen, almost ten years to the day. Of the founding they revealed Apply for three all. And thus brought us to conversations like this today. So is that the plan all along or was it something where overtime you saw? Hey, this is a growth opportunity we need to be in there. That was the plan all along. So it. The specifically, the the PA she thesis of our co-founders was I. Don't remember it exactly but you really around voice interface systems. In the form of a platform. So they they knew that to do it the way they wanted to, and ultimately the way it works with somehow today. Would take a long time so the As you can imagine for anyone in in a startup environment. Looking to raise capital saying well, we have this great idea for voice interface system, but it will take ten years. Usually Isn't the turnaround time that most investors are looking for so. The, the music recognition service was born from that and it really. It pave the way for. For, where we are now so it was always the vision and the, but the brand is very much associated with the the APP. The APP has three hundred million downloads worldwide. So keeping the company name, the same as the APP is a great way for people to get that instant recognition and then. And then this is the marketing side of me say was great that you love the music out but it's tell you about what we're doing now, versus if we completely rebranded and changed your name, we really be erasing ten years of awareness in momentum. You Justin. I. Come across. This was a long time ago actually and I can't remember who it was. That was talking about it but it was probably maybe even two years ago it might have been on the voice possum. But it was all about how there is the the company has managed to get. Some tremendous benefit. From first of all, actually trying to recognize audio. And I'm wondering whether you know whether this is part of your not in terms of like maybe what benefits has the company had that's maybe unique to sound given the Google Nuance. Amazon you know IBM they all haven't come from an area of of trying to identify or the types of audio they've just kind of tried to specialize in speech. Is there anything specifically that you're aware of the May have kind of given sound a little bit of an added edge through being able to recognize music. There's definitely a correlation there in fact what In addition to the music recognition, one of the features that a subset of. Users. Love is what we call our sing recognition and so we were the pioneers of that where if you had a tune in your head and you set, you sang it into Pratap about new. Sang it. There would match a database of songs and the way that worked was It was crowd source of people with sing the song and uploaded leverage that information and that way if you sang and even if it was not sung particularly well. He would match up and so the combination music recognition but also being a pioneer in this singing humming you. You're getting a feel for how does how do you deconstruct audio? and. And then match it to to patterns such that you can provide the right amount of response. There's definitely differences I would be wrong for me to say that. Everything. We took in music recognition able to parlay into the voice, but there certainly is a healthy overlap which which took advantage up. And you alluded to it earlier with a waiting. With hound defy what is hounded I, what is it that sound out as offering now in addition to the music recognition? Yeah, great segue. It's is the name of our voice Ai Platform? The it's Applied for a minute product. So users can create a free account on how dot com they log in, and it's a developer environment and You mmediately get access to. Voice. Interface product you can Enter Commands Program responses, we also have what we refer to as domains. So we've hundreds of a few hundred remains. and. They work. If you zoom out they work similar to something like Alexa skill or Google. Action. The differences that you are the ones that you want for your proxy with your voice enabling an APP or. Not Product And you decide. You wanted to be able to handle things like whether stock sports scores. Through how you can enable that and the Nice thing is there's no pressure on the user to then take any action so few and then ask the product you say. What's the you know the score weekend for the football. Game. It'll just answer because it's been enabled. So giving developers control. They get. Our our. Voice recognition are allieu response is access to the domains and and now we've We've we've prioritized working with partners. So if you now view are using the Mercedes and you ex cloud-based experienced. Honda Hondas Automotive, which we can talk about but also We're powering we have a partnership with Deutsche Telekom powering some of their their their products in the IOT space In the US, we have MUSICA music partner Pandora also snapchat so it's It's a it's a great tool to show the power. You can do when you have control, but it's also something we've been able to really invest with partners to elevate what they're doing in a way that's highly visible
Protecting sensitive information: Growing data, regulations and risks
"So in our discussion before the show you noted. That as you said, data system Gary Systems wouldn't place ten plus years ago aren't keeping up with the massive amounts of data process today leading to increase hacks and breaches. So you know, one of the first things I usually like to ask about is how the businesses changed since you first entered. So in this case, that's an extra crucial questions a then in now as you were just discussing with. Some of these things but. Then now on what data security systems, where like back then and what they didn't implement or couldn't have known about and what data systems and data quantities would be like today if they had. So I think there's a variety of factors that go into that right so we were securing our system's ten years ago. We didn't really have the connectivity or the belief that we can just call a function over the Internet right today with a RPC today with all these different API's and all these smart Iot devices that we have today data's being exchanged. Previously never seen before every every year we create more data than we've previously created. For All the years before combined and so. Yeah, it's pretty unbelievable and so ask yourself how is it possible that the approach of translating what we did with putting security guards or having solutions? How does that translate in the digital world where data moves at a speed where we can barely keep up and so as a result, we just have to come at it with a different approach. There is no longer away can buy and protect the perimeter because that doesn't mean you're safe the old age of the advice of you know. Being able to being in control is to minimize risk is now actually more of a liability and so and also this is compounded by the fact that when we saw Google and the way they were able to use heterogenous computing to be able to you know do math producer extract value from their data. Every company wanted to become a data company obviously as we know, and so they started acquiring all of these different data all different data. Sets an trying to extract and analyze this information ten years ago. That was all the rage it's still is today but now we have these privacy laws and regulations that have been passed that are affected. We causing what we previously put into our balance sheet as an asset is now mostly a liability and the idea is if we were to understand where were the transformational shift that happened before in the history of humanity, it's when we digitize. Before you and I would be carrying cash or cowdery shells or gold billions, and we were, you know somebody held us up with, took that from us that was gone and so by building trust infrastructure and removing the value of money from the physical possession of money, itself were able to build the Commerce Foundation, the trust foundations that enable the economy today, and that's the big realization. Of businesses changed over the past five years because we're starting to understand what is the de risking of data look like in the same manner that we've derailed transactions and money today because I make sense it doesn't make sense. Yeah. So so where do you see standard security practices sort of falling down the worst right now in twenty twenty or some things that you think should be obvious but are being haphazardly implemented if at all yeah. I, think that's a very good question. So I think ultimately some of the control like basically the biggest realization, some of the most sophisticated seaso's will tell you is that compliance those unequal secured right and so just by checking the box doesn't mean you're secure right? From all the time. Yeah, right. So by versing operationalizing bicycle by being secure, you should be able to inherit compliance. It's a by product of hunting security posture. So folks who just think like, let me just secure the perimeter. Let me buy another firewall upgrade my sister's that's not a security solution. We have to understand the Algebra that goes into why you need to secure our first place a from their realize will, why do we even need it in the first place the best and? The best prevention is to not have anything worth stealing, and so if we can use the if you can have the value of data without having the actual data itself, it solves the problem that we're all trying to do because another bridge or larger wall or lower motor barbed wire that's not going to solve the problem because somebody else will be a more sophisticated attack on against. Your defenses and as time goes on, you know what you have now has to be upgraded. What we need to see is to stop thinking of diy and we need to start adopting realizing that it's just better if we become business enablers become more of a risk management. Organization rather than could trolling and securing us off. A ridiculous expect every company to be able to build their own bank fault. So why? Do. We expect them to secure their data in the same way. Does that make sense?
Everything you need to know about human rights in South Sudan
"The first report of its kind by a U N panel. The Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan reported on Tuesday that government forces through most of two, thousand and seventeen and two, thousand, eighteen intentionally deprived IOT and Luo communities living under the control of the opposition in western Bahr Gazelle state of resources amounting to collective punishment and starvation as a method of warfare government commanders also authorized as soldiers to reward themselves by pillaging items deemed indispensable to the survival of these rural populations the report adds. Since gaining independence in two, thousand and thirteen. The brutal conflict across South Sudan has caused incalculable suffering to the civilian population resulting in staggering levels of acute food insecurity and malnutrition noted the commission with seven point five million south. Sudanese. Currently requiring humanitarian assistance we have found food insecurity in western Bahr, Gazelle Jonglei and central. Equatoria states is linked directly to the conflicts and therefore almost entirely human induced said, commission chair has been super. It's quite clear that both government and opposition forces of deliberately used the starvation of civilians as a method of warfare sometimes as an instrument to punish non-aligned communities as is the case Jonglei she added
The Amazon Flying Security Cam - What Could Go Wrong?
"Under our rhetorically named. What Could possibly go wrong. Section we have Amazon rings announcement Thursday. Of Their Thomas Home Security Flying Webcam. The thing that surprised me when they announced this Lisa has forbidden cameras in the House for us. Rightly. So you know she doesn't know where that video is going. I said Yeah look at this. You wouldn't want this. What are we gonNA get it like? Oh It cameras hidden in the base until it takes off. Drew Right. But in order to use it, you have to map your home. You actually have to take it around say. This is the garage. This is the kitchen if the teacher the layout of your, house? Yeah. Like the first thing you do. It's named the always home cam. It will cost two hundred and fifty dollars and is slated to start shipping next year. It is self docking to allow it to recharge and it's able to fly around its owners home on preapproved paths. As you mentioned you know and it's supposed to allow homeowners to check to see if they left a window open forgot to turn the stove off. Or to check to make sure robbers are breaking in presumably. Because they're billing it as a security feature. And perhaps, not surprisingly announcement has been met with mixed feelings. It's. Rick Holland the CIS, Oh mvp of strategy at digital shadows in an interview he told threat post for privacy advocates the concept of an untethered IOT device. Sir veiling the house is a little disturbing coupled with rings controversial privacy practices. The adoption of the drone could be low. However, those that have already embraced. The concept of in-house security cameras are likely to be excited the prospect of having A. Single drone monitor your house instead of multiple individual cameras would be alluring, and this is exactly leases position is like, Hey, instead of having, you know cameras like steadily looking out into our various rooms. You know this thing gives you total coverage potentially as long as it's you who are flying around and looking at things because you know consider the idea of it getting taken over and someone in Russia. Taking a stroll around your house using this thing. Main really that's what's going to happen. ring for its part said they has it has built in privacy into the physical design noting that when the drone is docked in its charging based, the camera is physically blocked the cameras down on this. It's sort of a like a think of it as a as a big T. shape where the top of the tea is a big square. So it's square with a with a square post that drops down from the center of this, the tea and the camera is down at the bottom of that. So in this thing descends into its doc, the post is going into a into a square shaped hole bus. Preventing this thing from seeing anything. So it's clear. The camera cannot be seen. But it's funny too because they said. The device also has been designed to hum at a certain volume. So it's clear that the camera is in motion and recording and I thought wait Are you kidding me has anyone here? Ever heard drones a micro drone fly You can't hear yourself theta. Generating the lift required using four tiny designer approved props of course, has to look cute and right. That requires that they spin at thousands of revolutions per minute. At least I suppose we don't need to worry about the thing. Creeping up on anyone and surprising them. and. Then what occurred to me is what I WANNA know. No one who designs and test these things has a dog or cat at home because this thing would drive. would. Day would dive under the bed and never be seen again. This clarify down the hallway thought about that. Wow
Crazy things people connect to company Wi-Fi networks
"Talking Tech is brought to you by Amazon Alexa turn your home into a smart home in just minutes with an Amazon Smart Lighting Bundle and right now they've got a special offer just for our listeners find out more after the show. So at the office, we connect our laptops and smartphones the company Wi fi network, and that's about it right? Well, not exactly Ryan. Olson. A top security researcher at Palo Alto networks found some pretty strange things in there as well. Ryan you tell everybody what you found. Yeah. Thanks Jeff Percents last week released a report based off of the survey where we reached out to over. A thousand people who are it decision makers all around the world. We were really interested in getting understanding of sort of how they view this Internet of things all these things that are being connected our network, the potential security ramifications of those things that you connected and we did find one of the questions we asked was what strange things are you finding? They're being connected to your. Networks and a couple of them were pretty strange. One was a smart trash can That's a really weird one that we learned about and another one was a smart hand wash to censor, which is also an interesting item to be connected to your network and sort of make sense in the world of Covid nineteen where you want to keep track of people often they're. Washing their hands and you're gathering all that data. But those are just examples of the billions of devices that are being connected, the Internet, which of having advantages for companies and for individuals but also eventually opened up new exposures for their data. Will you also found Tesla's and teddy bears and things like that. Now, what advantage to accompany is it to have a tesla on their network? For a company in particular that Tesla was probably connected by one of their employees they probably drove up, they wanted to connect their car so that somebody could get updates or something else for the car and they just connected to the company's wireless network without really thinking about what the impact of that would be, and that's true for lots and lots of IOT devices. It's very unlikely that a company is going to ask for that Internet connected. Teddy bear to be connected on someone brings it to work. They say, Hey, I wanNA use this here. I want to connect and they don't necessarily get permission or check with it or definitely check what security say is a good idea for me to add this device to our company's network will what's your feeling? Ryan is a good idea to connect tests, teddy bears or should companies be pretty strict and have just a computer and smartphone only policy? I think the the best way forward is to do this with your eyes open I check right before I jumped on the call I got forty seven devices connected to my home network and I'll tell you some of those computers, some of those phones but there's lots of IOT devices my house as well but I know what they are I know why they're here I know what purpose they serve. If you're a company whose allowing people to bring things into their office attached into the network, you should know what they are and why they're there because one of the things we're really refined commonly is. Not Devices. Simply are not well secured. They don't have patches being applied to them to close off security vulnerabilities. They have insecure configurations with these easy to guess passwords on them, and that means that they act sort of like a window into the company's data and window that someone might be able to peer through. But someone might also be able to smash it walk in and start excellent training lots of eight out of the network, and that's really where the danger comes in. You GotTa know what those windows are in know how you're keeping them secure. Ryan thanks so much. So I think the moral of the story is Hey, folks if you're bringing stuff to work in your plugging into the company Wifi Network, you might WanNa. Ask I write. Absolutely
Using Existing Edge Hardware for New AI Capabilities - with Roeland Nusselder
"So Roland. Glad to have you on the program. I. Know we're going to be talking about a at the edge. I. Think in order to have that conversation based on where your firm is focused we should talk about micro controllers and a tiny am l. This is for for you folks really really big opportunity for ai at the edge he maybe not up what we're talking about today. Yes sure thing very me of course. So tiny mel is machine learning or a I own really cheap low power hardware and then usual micro controllers. Some Mike controllers are very cheap low-power chips and they're literally everywhere are hundreds of billions of my controllers in a roads sets also why they can be cheap. But it's very challenging to deploy machine earning or to run machine learning or microcontrollers and its resulting but maybe it's good if I did a bit of a wide so important to run machine learning microcontrollers. So one way to do this, I mean if he thought, you could think that you can just sense the data back to the cloud depressing Darren very heavy and. Expensive jeep use bid. This is often not a very good idea. First of all, they're bench with limitations. So if you have a camera that's connected to Wifi network and they sent up the whole camera to the clouds, if you have multiple gummer's connected through same wife network that just doesn't work your your wife is down immediately than there are things like latency take. Time to send it to the cloud to person Darah Senate back there reliability issues, diner radiant, and it's done. You still want to make sure that your product works their privacy issues. You don't want to send feed data or audio data through the clouds and dinners energy consumption. That's actually a big issue because sending data to the cloud or even if use WIFI consumes a lot of energy and that's not good. especially not if you have a battery powered device Saddam L. Solstice by running machinery and work by running two workloads on the device itself the very cheap low power chip. But. The thing is it's very difficult to run machine learning on a chip and that's what our companies folks them. Got It. When you say chip in this case, you're you're talking about microcontrollers. Yeah. Exactly. Okay. Got It. Got Maybe. So you've walked through a couple of instances an. Familiar. With you know the edge as as sort of an idea and the intersection of of Iot nfl you focus on this space pretty ardently though maybe we can talk about some of the cases where hyping data to the cloud makes sense and some of the cases where a dozen year security he brought up bandwidth. There's a lot of these practical concerns. Can we tie this to you know potential business cases Hey dan here's an example where it completely makes sense we we gotta send this stuff up it might be at the edge, but we got to send it to the club and here's an example where we really should not be doing that Do you have any? We can talk about The main thing here is that you want to have devised a battery powered. That's an important issue because makes much cheaper much easier to install vices. So for example, if you have a small camera in a grocery shop to detect if a shelf is empty or not. You want to make the device battery-powered at getter with smoke, and you can do that if the machine learning workloads is running on a mic controller and it just sense a small signal to the cloud if the shelves empty or if the if the shelf is enough to empty and you always want to tasks on the edge, if that's bull doing reason, why would not want to do it on the edge is if you need so if the Model is so complex that requires a lot of energy to run and requires very expensive. Large ships skull jeep use said, that's why you want to do hoax over example for very complex and opie models of complex NLP tusks you you might want to do it in cloud, but if it is Bulbul, if you game run it locally, you generally want to do that because of bent with. Issues, because of latency issues, because of reliability issues because of privacy issues. So a good example of adults that you want to run locally is, for example, an H. system where on a heating air conditioning system where you have a small camera which idex if there are human in room, and then if there is a human into room, the heating air conditioning system automatically turn on or turn off. You don't want to send it whole feed your feet to the cloud it. It's not great for your free event with of your Wifi network. Another great example where we ecstasy for between is in retail. So you're starting to see devices that are battery powered that have a small camera and that have a small microcontroller controller, and it runs in a little deep learning model to detect if the shelves empty or not car, and if the shelf has empty than the signal to store manager that someone needs to fill up the shelf again. Yeah. Yup or for example, as small camera detects how many people are waiting in acute and at the stores manage store managers do more effectively locate their their stuff thus like debt or you can do gay seduction off shopper and detect. What kind of products show purser January interested in said at the shop nick and do better product placements those kind of thoughts. been if you're running ds on larger chips that are more energy consuming, you have to connect them today Tristan Nets, somehow that makes it much more expensive to install much more painful store owner. So if he can make this battery-powered, you can just clip it on a shelf or you can just Louis this evening for example, would you really like if you can make these device better half these kind of
"iot" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai
"Container. But? But an Iot platform that has a lot to do with provisioning and maintenance So so you think about Iot. If, we go back to the old days with computers and companies, they would have to install thousands of computers and they'd have to know what computer went with WHO and. what was version of software on it and you know what? They find of and. If it broke you know what? What is there contract maintenance contract on and you know all that stuff right so that that's really provision right is. An for Iot, it's a hundred times worse than that. Yeah. Yeah I mean that's that's the big. That's the big cheese right there. That's where the problem is. You know when someone talks about Iot. Matter at all, they don't have provisioning and maintenance speed is in fact, your problem is going to be I handed out hundred centers. Two hundred people they all went to lunch and four of them were playing with the sensors together you know flipping him and dropping their banks and whatever they were doing and. And then they mixed them all. Up Okay. So now they all leave and they had each other's sentences right and and then one through one in the trash. Okay. So Basically You've got to be able to identify with the right said Sir and what censors working with sensors aren't working and how to swap them back and forth, and who have you given him to what was the cost of them and what was the version of them. All that stopped right that's provisioning and the maintenance right? That is an Iot platform and IOT platform or is provisioning maintenance messaging and delivery events you know and if if it's not doing that No I like I like. Talks now a little bit about security. Now, you've you've talked about the authentication part of it and And so there's there's a, there's a source about them. And then there's also going to be some encryption. Maybe, just just just at a high level because we're winding down here but just just give us your thoughts.
These smart toilets may solve India's massive open defecation problem
"India is the open defecation capital of the world that's led to more than one hundred, thousand deaths a year we went to India to take a look at this problem and one potential solution in new line of smart. Toilets. Chang, this is your daily charge. With Ben Fox ribbon the daily charge regularly used to spend time writing on Amazon but earlier this year before the pandemic hit. We sent to India to look at smart toilets. Welcome. Ben, thanks for avenue so bad before we get into these toilets, let's let's define the problem with India facing how big is this open defecation problem in the country? There are a couple of ways of looking at it, but to the would bake it hopefully easier for people to understand it's about three hundred, forty, four, million people don't have regular access to toilets in. India. So that's more than the population of the United States, which is one of the most populous countries in the world and. To look at it as one in four people in India do not have regular access to toilet. So it's it's a huge huge problem that so so that context I mean. What did you find like? What? Like what? What a what are some of the solutions I guess specifically like what was solution you went to Goad India to see. Yeah. So I want to start by saying that open defecation isn't just an inconvenience. It's not something where it's just like uncomfortable to go to the bathroom outside I it literally, as you cited causes of death and disease, which is, which is why India is really trying to get a handle on this problem. There's this tiny startup. South of New Delhi called Garden Toilets Guard Means Dignity In. They're they're trying to be you know this new concept of a smart sanitation company in India so they not only created toilets that are built out of steel so that they Are More vandalism proof are easier to clean and can last longer, but they also added in a bunch of different real time sensors like the water sensors. Motion sensors so that they can actually make sure that they're still being operating properly and they still work in any maintenance problems. They're able to catch fix really quickly alter and degraded the system with Iot infrastructure where we are able to track it in real time how it's being made details have been used plus whether they are being maintained or not. In real time, we get to know if there are any malfunctions moreover, we are also able to track the user hygiene aspects where we get to know how many people have used the toilets, what percentage of them have washed their hands or whether they are flushing the it's not what amount of what is being used. So these other things that we basically tracking real time and it helps us build a strong connection with the community as well if we are doing comedy mobilization. We know what is the real problem of the government? Even if it is hand washing, we work with them very specifically towards hand washing. What it's actually like to be one of these facilities because you have an interesting way of describing it and it's very different when you're like outside looking in versus when you're actually in one of these, the toilet facilities. Yeah. So a lot of them look like what you would think a portable toilet would look like, but it's built out of steel. So those are those are there more basic models they also did this really interesting retro fit in a major convention center in New Delhi, and that was like a fifty thousand dollar project, which is a lot of money and. It looked like the inside of a spaceship that's how I described it. So it's all this like bright steel we walked in right when they just opened to the public and it's all this like shiny steel. The urinals are still a toilets or still the faucets or steel. It's it's really just a break up the industrial look of it they they went in they. Added these strips off off fake grass around it just so there wouldn't all be still but yeah, it's it's pretty looks kind of imposing like you walk into a bank vault or something like that, and you talk to us on the sensors of the tech that's embedded here, which is definitely not like the tech that you'd see in a normal smart toilet things like Sim cards. Talk about that like what else did you see? What else did they embed into these facilities toilets to make them smart and really smart and useful in this kind of environment bright. So some of the aspects that you wouldn't see in any normal American public toilet are these they attach the faucets and toilets Sim cards that allow them to basically do real time tracking off water usage toilet flashes. Hand watching all sorts of things like that. So number one, they're able to see if there's a maintenance problem if the toilet if toilet is blocked ran out of water, the other thing is also a health usage. So they can actually track if people aren't flushing the toilet or aren't washing their hands now granted some of these toilets, obviously our auto flash. By Some of that information at first I was kind of like Jesus sounds like a bit of a privacy issue, but it's all anonymous is number one and number two. It's actually really valuable from a perspective. So they actually go into communities and if washing is an issue than they work directly with folks with about hand washing so. Is kind of like really reimagining the concept of toilet as kind of this, this venue for a public health, and also when you in, you can kinda see they've also got various billboards and stuff like don't forget to wash your hands stuff like that. So all all these elements to reemphasize hygiene practices right and then you actually visited a couple of regular public toilets, right particular some near near some slums. What what are the described that scene in how that contrast with the toilets you saw? Yeah. So I went to a slum in Faridabad where garth toilets is based out of that was actually not that far from their co co working space and You know the toilets are from from CEO, Mayakoba He told me that those toilets had just been built by the government a year ago and they were already completely useless. They there were there were filled with feces Some of them had been vandalized some of them been locked up because they weren't useful anymore. The people in that neighborhood came up to us told us about the toilets. They're just like basically they're disgusting we can't use them. You know they're back to defecating in nearby field because you know if somebody wanted to use them they, they could contract diseases. That's how disgusting worse so. It was incredibly stark was one of the first things that I saw when I went to India and it was it was really Sad it was really sad to see that that's what people had to deal with than it was it was great to get to. Highlight some like an effort that potentially try to try to fix this problem and you follow the CEO amid how round for a couple of days in India as he showed you around here, they're facilities. What was that like? What was he like? So he's he's an interesting guy in that. You know if you think like an eel on mosque character who's like larger than life he's he's kind of the opposite. He is very mild, mannered and reserved. Doesn't doesn't crack a lot of jokes but what really kind of to wire to write about him was that he's this really idealistic person he gets really frustrated about the state of toilets in his country. He talks very tough very passionately about those things issue in the developing Rodney's Moss Olympic one means you would see the toilet, the sanitation facilities do get made, but the government also wants the products. But what happens is after months most of these. Energies and being dysfunctional, and that is largely because of the fact that these solid get vandalized easily because these are in the public space on community spaces and the fact that they do not get maintained regularly. Even, though you know she doesn't like he's not like bursting with all of this you know it's not like a three ring circus or whatever it. Still you know all of that, all of that passion is really built in about cow. He really wants to help people and it was fascinating to write about this story because he wants to help people with toilets which to me it's like something that people really think about they don't really care about. They'd rather just move on after using them and to him he spent the past five years really trying to. Make something different. Make it something better as I describing the story like a techie showcasing a thing of beauty.
DoH coming to Chrome for Android
"Does not going to be able to type it in. DO H. is coming to chrome for. android. Although the desktop releases of chrome? have offered the enhanced security and privacy that many of us love offered by DNS over https. which appeared in chrome three two. Major versions ago? It wasn't added to the IOS or Android wins back then but last Wednesday's chromium blog was titled a safer and more private browsing experience on Android with secure DNS. And I think I would argue that that's a good place to have D- DNS over https. Paraphrasing from Google posting for the sake of Brevity, and to skip a bunch of stuff that we all already know they said. With, Chrome eighty-five. We're extending support of secure DNS in chrome to Android as we did for the launch of D. O. H. on chrome for desktop platforms will progressively roll out do H. on chrome for Android to ensure the feature stability and performance as well as an I think this was significant to help do H. providers scale their services accordingly. As we've talked about the fact that that arguably. Setting up. Persistent. https connections to DNS servers is a significantly more burdensome process for the server than just fielding UDP packets DNS you know traditionally over UDP is incomes a packet and A reply. https involves the whole T. L. S. handshake to set it up, and then you're maintaining persistent session and I don't want to have to do that every time you make a DNS query or a be way slower and nobody wants a performance hit when you get authentication and privacy. But still you're you have to maintain state over at the server end in order to offer this service and that can require the PRI- The providers to scale in order to make that happen. So presumably, there are gonNA be keeping an eye on how well this does and in fact, they talk about that a little bit about the possible need to fall back they they said. android chrome will automatically switch to DNS over https if your current DNS provider is known to support it. And I just hit the space bar by mistake of scrolled. This also applies to your current android private. DNS. That's DNS over. If you have configured one, they said this approach means that we can preserve any extra services provided by your configured DNS service provider such as family safe filtering, and therefore avoid breaking the users expectations making it transparent. They said in this automatic mode chrome will also fall back to the regular DNS service of the users current provider. For example, if you had configured DNS over T. L. S.. In order to avoid any disruption while periodically re trying to secure DNS communication. So presumably, as I said if the provider were become overloaded or stop offering the services for a while, it'll just smoothly drop back to traditional DNS. They said in case this default behaviour isn't suitable to your needs. Chrome also provides manual configuration options allowing you to use a specific provider without. As. Well as the ability to completely disabled feature. They said if you're an IT administrator, chrome will disable secure DNS. If it detects a managed environment via the presence of one or more enterprise policies, we've also added new DNS over https enterprise policies to allow for a managed configuration of security and s and encourage it administrators to look into deploying DNS over https for their users. So anyway, basically, it's what we've what we've seen before. By. well by by chrome and pretty much now, all of the browsers who who are wanting to move their clients and and users from DNS over UDP traditional DNS over to https. So it's just gonNA happen seamlessly chrome will start supporting it if they see that you're using and it comes with a list of known providers. If they see that you've already switched your DNS there than they, they will just upgrade you to. To that provider if that provider is known to offer the service and because it'll be an automatic grade if there's a problem, they'll back you out of it and then in addition once that's provided under chrome for Android, you can also switch it to. Sort of a non automatic mode, provide the IP address and other URL requirements for http or for for D dns over https and start using it so again. To be I think that makes a lot of sense especially when at a mobile devices out roaming around more you're away from home where you're dns has only going essentially never even going. Public at all, it's just to to your own local provider in order to get resolution. So. Good to see this happening, and of course, we've talked about how this is also being rolled out for windows
SPACE WEEK: Every Moon, Ranked
"Too small notes before we hit you with some hot moon takes one. Obviously, we're not talking about all one hundred and fifty moons. We picked handful from the top ten, and then we'll do a lightning round on some others. All of these bodies meet the technical definition of Moon meaning they orbit an asteroid or a planet, not the Sun. Second Note. Jennifer's list also includes a few of what NASA calls provisional moons. These are bodies that are kind of, let's say unofficial maybe haven't been studied that well or confirmed yet. Yeah. So. I want to add that the scientists that I spoke to. They said that they're probably way more moons out there that we haven't even discovered yet. Well. So cool. Okay. All right. So number ten on your list diddy moon yet say, yes is did he moon? So, did he moon it's not circling a planet. It is actually circling an asteroid it. It is very tiny. It's about five hundred, twenty, four feet in diameter and it's orbiting. The asteroid diddy. Moss in it's it's kind of part of a very cool future NASA mission, right? Yes. So did he moon is part of a really important the item mission and the item mission is like this cosmic dress rehearsal basically, NASA wants to send a spacecraft to slam into diddy moon and knock it off course. Now I know what you're thinking. It sounds pretty familiar and yes, it is essentially the plot of Armageddon. Show me. But it's a really really important mission in it's going to help us test one of the ways that we think we might be able to potentially deflect a hazardous object that might be pearling towards earth. So cool. Okay. Number six called by one expert you talk to the most underrated moon in the solar system orbiting Jupiter Ganymede Ganymede. Ganymede is such a fascinating world Ganymede is the largest moon in our solar system. It's actually larger than Mercury Ganymede is also the only moon that we've known to have a magnetosphere. Cool. Earth has a magnetosphere and it's essentially this covering this kind of magnetic shell that we have of charged particles and what it does. It actually protects us from harmful radiation. So there's tons of radiation that's generated by the sun and from interstellar space, and that magnetosphere protects us it's potentially allowed life to form. Can I tell you that I am horrified to report I thought Ganymede was a made up moon Scifi show the expanse. Oh. Yes on that. Farm on Ganymede and I'm like it was a fun made up plays I love that shout the expanse it's a great show. Yeah no can't meet is just so fascinating. So number four on your list orbiting Neptune. Triton. Yes. Triton is an absolute misfit. First of all I will say it looks just like a cantaloupe if you look at the picture. How was ranked keep going I, mean, that is, of course, the important feature. But really, what's cool about Triton is that it's essentially this kind of Pluto sized object that we believe has been captured by Neptune and now orbits the planet and temperatures on Triton and we we know this thanks to the voyager two spacecraft but temperatures on Triton have dipped as low as minus three hundred ninety one degrees Fahrenheit. Super Cold Nope nope. nope. nope things. But it's partially because it's got like this ice covered surface right and that reflects a ton of the light that it receives that it's by. Yeah absolutely. That's that's another really weird thing about Tritan on it has what's called an incredibly high Albedo. So that's basically a measurement of how much late a body reflects. and. Triton's is actually really high. It reflects about seventy percent of the sunlight. It receives I'm like in Triton I'm going to be honest with you Ganymede. But I'm like Triton right now array. Okay. Time for the top three Jennifer. Are you prepared I? Think so bronze-medal orbiting Saturn Moon. That contains the big four ingredients for life hydrogen carbon nitrogen and oxygen enceladus. Yeah. So enceladus is absolutely fascinating moon. So the Cassini mission when it arrived to observe Saturn's moons, it noticed that there were jets spewing out of ENCELADUS, right? So they actually took a detour and had Cassini swing through those jets to collect samples of that liquid into turned out to be liquid water right? I remember when that happened that was wild. That was like a big deal. Yes. Absolutely, and so it really spurred a lot of interest in enceladus. Of course, we love Europa. But enceladus is really this kind of new and exciting moon and you know as you mentioned, it has the big four ingredients for life. That's really just an incredible sign that this might be one of the places where we find life. Okay. Number two on the list orbiting Jupiter lot of Okano's and some lightning. I oh. Yes. So I will admit that I have some volcanic. I really love of volcanoes. Thank you for disclosing that conflict of interest Jennifer I have to be I have to be honest. I'm anyone who knows me knows that I absolutely love volcanoes. So naturally, I O, which is the most volcanically active body in our solar system would have to take second there are over four hundred volcanoes on the surface of Iowa and they spew jets of. Lava hundreds of miles and two space. It's really incredible. Okay. So this is the wildest thing about Iot to me is that I owe can generate like true current. Yes. So of all of the Galilee and moons of Jupiter, Iowa's actually the closest to Jupiter and so sweeps through its magnetic field and that causes it to create this electric current it can generate. As much as three million amperes, and actually this jolt of electricity is then shot back to Jupiter and it creates lightning in the planet's. Fear I mean, that's cooler than the volcanoes. Some some people would say that. Yes. Okay. Your number one moon Jennifer orbiting. Saturn. A Moon I could walk on with potentially nothing more than an oxygen. Mask Titan. So Titan. Is. The only other place that we've observed so far that has a thick substantial atmosphere. So our atmosphere of course is. Critical for life here on earth and tighten, it has a similar has a sort of similar atmospheric also mostly composed of nitrogen but the second most common gas in the atmosphere is actually methane. So right. So instead of like US having oxygen the next most abundant compound in that moons atmosphere in Titan's atmosphere is methane. Yeah. Absolutely, and you think about Earth, we have a water on earth all. Three phases of water on earth. So there's liquid and gas and ice but on Titan you have liquid methane on the surface, which is really really incredible. It's the only other body in the solar system that we've observed to have liquid on its surface, and these are rivers and lakes and seas of methane and ethane part of the reason why it's got this like, orange Gooby Hayes, around the moon. Yes. So Essay in the methane on those hydrocarbons, that kind of creates it's it's really this I feel like it's really beautiful. It's this kind of soft orangish glow. So it looks a little bit fuzzy whereas other moons that don't have an atmosphere they. They look very sharp but this is very, it's a very muted known. It's. Yeah. Beautiful I think. Yeah. So. Before we go Jennifer we had to leave out a of sweet moons. So we're GONNA do lightning round. I'm going to mention a moon from your list and you give us one moon. Moon Pinions, but moon fax perfect. That sounds great. Okay. Number Forty, one Jupiter's moon ammonia. Yes. So a Mafia is actually the object in our solar system and we aren't one hundred percent. Sure. Why beautiful reds my favorite coloreds promoted to thirty one. Okay Number Twenty Jupiter's Moon Callisto. So Callisto is thought to have the. Surface in the entire solar system. Pretty Sweet. Okay. Number eighteen and nineteen combined also Saturn Moons Atlas and Pan. Atlas and Pan Look like giant Ravioli with aerial around their equator. It's so much fun. Okay. Number Thirteen one of the two moons around Mars Phobos some phobos is a giant rubble pile on track to either fling itself into Mars or split apart in orbit on some missions. Actually proposed a pit stop on the tiny moon on our way to the Red Planet love it. Okay. Number Eleven, Maranda orbiting Uranus. So Miranda is home to Verona Rupe. It's the tallest cliff in the solar system. If you fell off its edge, you would have time to read the newspaper before you hit the ground. Okay.
Podcast: Challenges including 5G, network slicing, IoT and M2M highlight need for operators to turn to enhanced reporting that provides increased network visibility - burst 1
"Pianist, has a broad range of global manage data solutions in payments in tech and telecom. We provide highly reliable mission, critical communications and interoperability solutions to these industries in Telecom. One of the things we do is we enable operators expand their domestic and international footprint to an lt roaming hub which connects them to operators around the world with a single connection. Next also provides state of the art roaming solutions for data clearing and financial. So I heard recently. The you had a tier one operator. North. America switch over to your financial clearing service. We just say that that was important. Yeah. I I think it's important and I can explain why financial clearing performs a fundamental function of. Roaming mobile roaming relationship. FDA processes and procedures are standardised. Basically, all financial clearing-houses adhere to industry standards. So when operator a major operator leaves the existing F C H, I think that operators signaling to the industry that they are looking for a few possible things. One of those things service level. They want higher service quality from their vendor partner service level is consistently important across operates we speak to work with. The second thing I think is innovation they're looking for enhanced reporting capabilities, enhance clearing, and settlement functions. They. Want. Features for problem solving and data management. And finally I, think they require support for next level next generation technologies and that includes to M Iot and five. So why haven't any ones move since twenty thirteen? There are a few reasons for that. I can see. So between two thousand and two, thousand thirteen, there was a heavy industry consolidation of these state of clearing and financial clearing suppliers. Top of these acquisitions and mergers, the market was very saturated already for these services. Also suppliers were bundling. Services
Podcast: Challenges including 5G, network slicing, IoT and M2M highlight need for operators to turn to enhanced reporting that provides increased network visibility - burst 1
"So we're GONNA, be talking about a nice fresh new topic in our podcast, they were talking about the importance of data analytics in the five G. era. We're GONNA be talking about a lot more than that too. A lot of things will be impacting the telecoms and telcos and carriers since. But I what is NS. CNS has a broad range of global manage data solutions in payments in tech and telecom. We provide highly reliable mission, critical communications and interoperability solutions to these industries in Telecom. One of the things we do is we enable operators expand their domestic and international footprint to an lt roaming hub which connects them to operators around the world with a single connection. Next also provides state of the art roaming solutions for data clearing and financial. So I heard recently. The you had a tier one operator, North America switch over to your financial clearing service. We just say that that was important. Yeah I I think it's important and I can explain why financial clearing performs a fundamental function of. Roaming mobile roaming relationship. FDA processes and procedures are standardised. Basically, all financial clearing-houses adhere to industry standards. So when operator a major operator leaves the existing F C H I, think that operators signaling to the industry that they are looking for a few possible things. One of those things service level. They want higher service quality from their vendor partner service level is consistently important across operates we speak to work with. The second thing I think is innovation they're looking for enhanced reporting capabilities, enhance clearing, and settlement functions. They want. Features for problem, solving and data management. And finally, I think they require support for next level next generation technologies, and that includes to M Iot and five. So why haven't any ones move since twenty thirteen?
Podcast: Challenges including 5G, network slicing, IoT and M2M highlight need for operators to turn to enhanced reporting that provides increased network visibility - burst 1
"Pianist, has a broad range of global manage data solutions in payments in tech and telecom. We provide highly reliable mission, critical communications and interoperability solutions to these industries in Telecom. One of the things we do is we enable operators expand their domestic and international footprint to an lt roaming hub which connects them to operators around the world with a single connection. Next also provides state of the art roaming solutions for data clearing and financial. So I heard recently. The you had a tier one operator. North. America switch over to your financial clearing service. We just say that that was important. Yeah. I I think it's important and I can explain why financial clearing performs a fundamental function of. Roaming mobile roaming relationship. FDA processes and procedures are standardised. Basically, all financial clearing-houses adhere to industry standards. So when operator a major operator leaves the existing F C H, I think that operators signaling to the industry that they are looking for a few possible things. One of those things service level. They want higher service quality from their vendor partner service level is consistently important across operates we speak to work with. The second thing I think is
Indian Prime Minister Lays Cornerstone For Controversial Hindu Temple
"India's prime minister made a rare pandemic era trip out of the capital. Today he went to a northern Indian town called Iot. Ah It's where Hindu extremists tore down a sixteen th century mosque nearly thirty years ago now. Hindus are building their own temple on that very spot and the prime minister laid the cornerstone NPR's India correspondent Lorne Fair housing from iota in the past and his following the news there today and joins us now. Hi, Laurin. Hi, good morning. Good Morning. So can you just put what happened today in the context of this place in its history? Yeah. So I not as old quarter is. This beautiful Warren of multicolored alleyways, housing, small temples, and Hindu faithful believe one of their gods Rahm was born there. But actually it's one of the most sensitive places in all of India for hindu-muslim tensions and that's because there used to be this huge triple domed mosque right in the middle of town it was built in the sixteenth century but in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two, Hindu extremists, tore it down riots spread across India and thousands of mostly Muslims were killed. He knew nationalists have long wanted to build a temple on those ruins and today they started doing
The pandemic has been a chance to sell the cloud
"As the corona virus swept around the world work and education moved to the cloud with video meetings and online document, sharing our leisure time relied on cloud service to stream, TV shows and movies. Arguably this shift to the cloud is a trend that's been happening for years, but the pandemic sure sped things up. There are a few big companies that stand to benefit Amazon Microsoft and Alibaba big cloud providers Google's actually relative upstart, but it's now rolling out new services for businesses like better encryption as fast as it can. Owen. Rogers is research director with SNP global, market intelligence, and he's been looking at this increased demand, and how much stress it may have put on the cloud. The big benefit of the cloud is visibility to scale, so if you're running your own infrastructure in your own data center, most enterprises had no idea that they needed. Additional capacity might not be able to get it because supply chains disrupted. But with the use of public cloud, it means that you can scale your applications as needs dictate now in corona virus, there are a lot of companies that needed homeworking, and suddenly a lot of applications needed to be accessed from locations on cloud has enabled this because those enterprises in those businesses can scale up their application capacity immediately without needing to have reserve this capacity in advance. Was the cloud capacity to deal with this surge in demand that we've seen because of the corona virus. Yes, so far most Klay providers seem to have handled it really well, I think the majority of cloud providers have had a huge margin of error, so they purchase way more service capability than they ever thought anyone would need which meant they had a lot of surplus when this need was for quiet and also many of the manage their own supply chain, so they were able to keep disruption to a minimum. So does that mean though if there's only a few companies that are offering the service that they control the price, and could that I guess go up if we're relying on it more and more generally, cloud is getting cheaper. There little blips here and there, but clough to set a precedent for pricing coming down. Club providers won't necessarily cut pricing because there is a risk in doing so, and they don't know how the pandemic is GonNa play out, but they wouldn't put up pricing because that might work against them. A cloud service providers competing in and what they offer, because it's not just simply serve as storage anymore zip. No, so some light providers tried to focus on things such as machine, learning and artificial intelligence. Others are looking towards things such as Iot. They're all making sure that they have these portfolios, so it's almost like like Oh, bricks, you can come use. The cloud provided, choose which Lego bricks you want to use and build your application using your best combination of services it all sounds very flexible at other any companies that are not taking advantage of this other barriers or disadvantages to being cloud based. And cloud is becoming more exciting. There were a lot of regulated industries who are worried about using cloud essentially, because a third party is taken a lot of responsibility so healthcare financial services government were initially bit reluctant to use cloud, but increasingly we're seeing more and more of these companies take advantage of cloud. They just have to prepare more, and they have to put more measures in place. Once they've done that, they're far more willing to consider cloud than they used to be. Do. You think the pandemic impact on how willing companies are to consider using the cloud will have a long-term fact, I think so. Corona virus blocked as a catalyst for the adoption of cloud companies that were already in the clouds have been able to scale up and Dan. They've also been able to scale down if they were struggling and I think this will persuade them that actually it was A. A good decision and they should build more applications in the cloud. Companies haven't already put stuff into the cloud. They're probably realising that they've been fairly static and monolithic, and they haven't been able to take advantage or protect themselves against the situation, and those one set survived the pandemic, probably going to put more and more in the cloud. Just so if something like this happens again. They're better prepare it. Oh and Roger Their research director with SAP Global Market
Bone Fragments in Mexico Identified as Belonging to One of 43 Missing Students
"Mexico. There's a major development in the case of the forty three IOT. Students who were kidnapped and disappeared nearly sixty years ago in the town of Gwala Gato. A bone fragment found in the nearby town of Kula. Kula has been determined to be from one of the students twenty one year old, Christian offense, Rodriguez to lumbering, the Mexican government, has long claimed the bodies of the students were burnt in disposed of in a garbage dump in Coca Cola or a nearby river, but the bone fragments were found in a different location, casting new doubts about the government's official account of what. To the
TV maker TCL breaks into the phone biz -- at the worst time
"Tcl's a relative newcomer in the mobile phone market. And what the circumstances at hand. That being launching flack products during pandemic. They have a difficult road ahead of them. We have a multi part series. Coming your way the following days outlining how staying competitive in this insane situation how. Us consumer might be impacted when it comes to getting your hands on their phones. Roger Chang and this is your daily charge with me is Stefan Strike General Manager of Global Marketing TCL Stefan. Thanks for joining me appreciate it. Thank you having legend. Thank you so let's talk about. Tcl Most people know this company through its affordable televisions It's the during superbowl weekend. People are shopping for TV. They probably run into the T. Cell Name. But you've quite been making phones for a couple years now a while actually a long time if you give us a quick elevator. Pitch on T. sale and it's phone business. Yeah so is. Business actually are one of the longtime players in the market to be mainly a nonsmoker. The Brian These survivor rants day. So you know zozo achievement do this but also be have been doing at blackberry phones recently. they did The ranchers while doing For some of the carriers so you know. Since more than twenty years we know out to do You have all the relationship with channels to customers so the new player that sense and existing. You know Infrastructures supply chain manufacturing in those so lots of county organization saw such might be a new brand when it comes to the mobile the street But the company and doing business in the money distributor actually one of the the only place market and have a lot of experience. Tell me about that. That shift to the cell. Branding rented it. It's sort of a way free to centralize all of your products under a single name. Like why now? Why haven't we done this before? Like why Why had you lean Alcatel blackberry in these other names when you had this? Ucla Valuable so this the to those do something special for tcl in a way what to see right this right now. Tracings don't together in democracy which helps to actually do something at different districts things of course defer things five G. which is going with shot is a mobile entertainment proposition. But then as well everything that has to do fat is not on the combination of AI. Model Fausto TJ investment areas never building a lot of fat on these but also dcla's is a company in manufacture law of products and that this is voluntary expertise and we see like the Iot market is growing massively and this is one of the Petunias.
Taking the Headache out of IoT
"Today John by Allesandro Bassey Iot expert on central Europe area manager at things and also if that wasn't enough president of Iot Italy Asandra. Thank you very much for joining us on. Today's podcast time having meets right now I was onto you. Describe yourself as an IOT expert. We're going to drill in on that in a couple of minutes. We know that you're heavily. Invested in digital transformation industry four point. Oh big data iot amongst money things and you're also leading one of the biggest EU co-funded projects on I'll T- free excitedly haired. That comprises what we believe of nineteen core partners on hundreds of stakeholders now Alexandra. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Also this fantastic project working on the not feeling thousand Sam which makes like tortillas today and What we're looking at the beginning of the help the European Commission to draft the very first calls on it and to make fast We'll have forty European Parliament at being part of the extra group mocking two dozen. Ten right So I'm coming in from diverse backgrounds. The midnight I'm starting with technology. Aman they work with clouds and big data before recalling clouds the daytime so a long time ago unfortunately in the recent years with a focus is really more on how to implement some sort of Kogen strategy for companies to transform the business I mean towards connected objects and how pieces of disposal together I is not by itself doesn't make sense in it's big data in that division dancing a lot of stuff of men with really two eighty You project you're are talking about. It's not a One of the huge problems of teas that such a you know par- such a galaxy of different technologies. The approaches different style. Not even the definition I mean is is is a single of. I mean if you search from the Internet connection the appropriate. Probably like forty or fifty different definitions. I myself I get three of them in history and you know if are moving. I know that's not really correct. Some teaser. That's because really it's it's really complex. Mean what exactly is what exactly he
"iot" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai
"OAKEN. Innovations is going to be open source in the library by which IOT devices can use identities on the therion blockchain and signed cryptographic leader. M Q t messengers with which is a sort of widely deployed iot communications protocol with those identities. And they actually developed this This protocol as part of the Out COLLABORATION WITH TOYOTA TO ENABLE BLOCKCHAIN ENABLED RIDESHARING SYSTEM. But it's very general all kinds of it applications but it's it's a great first stab and one of the things that the attitude of the trusted. Iot Alliance is very much. The only way we're going to learn it is by doing staff and working together so this now oaken and Toyota had a very specific problem they were trying to solve. Which is you know making actions on the theory and blockchain in Iraq with a particular car built this protocol. I think they believe and we believe that. There's a good chance that maybe that's generalize about the Watson different applications about how they interfaced the blockchain photography with the MT IOT layer. But we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA put it out there in the world and hopefully people will build on it and use it and we'll learn whether or not this was the right way of going about it or the wrong way of going about all by by real world experience. Okay yeah no in that approach. We'll see I guess at that if that works but I think a quarter to high level so Furman. Listening amputee is one of the. Let's say five six most popular application protocols. They're using an Iot that are using not in the application protocol. Wraps around the data payload to give it could give it some sense what it is and where it came from and how computed in here this is adding to it a signature For identity and so. Yeah I could see that working but I think what you're saying is yeah. That might work but we're still trying to sort it out. Yeah and the best way to sort it ad is to get you know. Sysco for instance makes an enormous amount of tooling around amputee for hundreds of millions of devices. That are out there in the world and who better start telling us whether or not you know what they're institute he engineers take a look at the protocol. See whether or not this is crazy. Approach or or a little message. We're not gonNA recognize them in giant middleware staff. It's already in two thousand and deployments all over the world or task job. Is this works and I? It's a possible way of relating identity from the blockchain to all teams jets. And maybe we can build the next one sense. Well let's shift from technology to business now and I have to admit to everybody and everyone. Everyone knows that I'm relatively new at this looking into this. But for me what came.
"iot" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai
"Of that good and all of the different constituencies along the way so if I put on my ot boggles so to speak? Oh you know. Do you know As per the show then of course everything you said is important. I'm looking at is. How do we make the product environment or the or the the system more efficient? It seems like it's coming down to an efficiency efficiency value prop for Iot is that right. I mean I mean for for the technology anyway we can talk about. I think you've been talking about the business efficiencies associated with truth and here were were what. I'm what I'm trying trying to get at is is this the. Is this really the truth in terms of transactions so that's where the efficiency is is really. Why is so interesting to Iot not at you know at a high level it seems like that is the efficiency from truth mix the IOT system or more efficient? I guess but also I mean do you going with this. I'm just trying to now look at it from an Iot point of view. What are the benefits so people listening to us right now? They're either deploying Iot they're about not deploy. Ot and what their questions going through their mind is well. How can I use blockchain? We've heard we've heard some edges. We heard efficient secure truthful. It's all around that or filling gaps from Jessica. Well one of the biggest issues as you know with blockchain or with IOT is is interoperability And so this blockchain could provide a highly permission. Private blockchain across trusted enterprise surprised parties blockchain could provide some solution to that issue You know connecting just device. Data is one thing. But how do you make sure that How those devices are? Interacting is compliant on how that data is being used. If you have multiple sensors that are being fused to create some sort of broader picture around something How can you share that data faithfully insecurity across different partners IOT solutions today are or or very expensive. Because of high infrastructure and maintenance costs associated with highly centralized clouds right adequate server support you know networking equipment so to some degree. There's an opportunity here around sort of sharing some of those infrastructure costs as you're relying on this shared database architecture her to Update and be that sort of shared truth across party That's a level of efficiency that getting into more than sort of computer level but is is very relevant. Especially for really you know. High Scale IOT implementations then they're gonna the operational and regulatory and kind of social challenges that I think not still suffering from around trust you know people still are not totally sold that Devices can be trusted. You did that you know. Do we want to rely on fully autonomous cars to drive us around for example So I think you know. The extent of these mechanisms uh-huh.
"iot" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai
"It's like Gary McGraw and schedule and I think they've had a lot of success in application design. I think as we abstract out towards Iot IOT becomes a little bit trickier so the idea of security by design is basically to involve security personnel trained engineers and architects at the inception of a project and involved throughout the full life cycle of the project including you know sort of ongoing maintenance and traditionally you want a lot a lot of focus on things like threat modeling and risk assessments sort of very high level. Abstract assessments of the project and various security challenges. Does that you'RE GONNA face. I think where that becomes difficult with IOT is most IOT deployments are a full stack deployment meaning that they involve. Aw Hardware software. Networking operating systems all of these components that traditionally security has addressed in isolation and. We're building them all up together. And not only that. But we're interconnecting them and we're using a completely heterogeneous makeup of a system so you're you're not even dealing what sort of a standard build. So you've got all of these different components that go into making an IOT system and understanding the security security implications of all of those interactions. These incredibly incredibly difficult and I think part of the problem with with sort of building an Iot security or IOT system with security by design has that in a lot of traditional sort of security by design and processes you have certain fundamental principles that you can fall back on building secure defaults. Defendant death you know. Sort of a protect detect react cycle of development full tolerance. All these things. There really aren't very many good guidelines for IOT deployments. You know you take a look at this top. Ten checklist of these are the things I need to think about in Iot system because I think if you decompose your iot system. You're going to find that there's is GonNa be dozens if not hundreds of individual components and each of those might have a top ten list of things to consider but the interaction of all those parts together is next next to impossible really to sort of understand in terms of the security implications wants. Thanks get up and functioning. So the best thing we can do with secure the design vis-a-vis. IOT Is really make sure that you have the appropriate people involved in the project that you have security architects insecurity blue senior senior people who have experienced developing systems and seeing how they go sideways. You can just sorta sit in on conversations about the projects that you're thinking thing about and developing and really just sort of noodle on them and point out areas of traditional risk and constantly do threat assessments and you know revisions of clans and look for areas of weakness and to really kind of approach the system from beginning to end you. You know from from an architecture all the way to like you know the end result pen test perspective and you know it's sort of a maximum information security field that there aren't enough people and I think what it asser Bates. The situation with Iot is the population of people that you can call on to fill. Those rules is even smaller. Right right. Well you've you bring up the three points of point number one. Maybe I should try to convince my daughter on Iot security so it would be point a number one point number two related to that is the appropriate getting the appropriate people involved in. I think I think that's a good point specifically when you within organization if you're you're a startup and even if you're a larger company you don't necessarily have those skills so glad a house you know you need you need to. You need to bring them in. I mean even if it's you know using data twenty rule where maybe you don't have a huge budget but just at least have the high level overview of people that do have the experience because they're out there and they're there for higher they're just not necessarily within within your organization and I think but the most important point I think is the operative word of system and you've brought that it up but that is really the difference right. I mean in the sense that you're having look at it from assistant point of view so in addition to the APP the mobile cloud network security which all worked very very nicely. I mean which have a history that you can fall back on. But it's the interplay between them as the assumptions may be that that the architect is making between the different systems. Where you really? It's IT'S A it's an IOT systems system security. I mean you're having look there so maybe I mean would you think that maybe he just system design in general maybe a very good area to look upon and maybe there's some lessons to be learned there. Wouldn't there be one would hope okay I think. The composition of most IOT deployments is different enough on a case by case basis. That even airing the hugh might run into some some trouble and of course this is. I know you hate to talk about the security fears around Iot because you have certainly hype But I really think that part of the reason that people are so nervous about Iot security is because they realize that you know. These systems are incredibly complex evolutionary more complex than traditional additional systems global your desktop operating systems and we continually have problems with traditional systems. You know my my laptop crashed unexpectedly this morning and luckily came back but That's not unusual on. My laptop is not connected to any physical system that has any real life life interaction with people right like it doesn't have any actuators or electron magnets in it or anything and you know so. It's crashes kind of a hassle hassle but you know as soon as we started talking about taking these traditional systems evolving them one step further interconnecting them providing autonomy and then connecting them up with machines. Sheen's that have real world interactions with people I think any sort of casual observer informed or otherwise would look at the head and say wow that's really error-prone lots. Lots of bad things can happen here and the consequences could be a lot more grave than crashing laptops. So you know. It's unfortunate that there is so much much fear around Iot security but I think it's somewhat warranted You know I think we're going to probably find solutions to a lot of these problems but I don't. I think we can underestimate the danger that IOT system security can pose to businesses and human life. Eventually yeah and and just to clarify my position. I don't like is the fear mongering and I think the you know the the point that you made is is that it is evolutionary and everything evolves and. It's not like IOT deployments are are out there one hundred percent today the revolving and they're getting more and more complex over time and just like you know all these different branches security at least. My view is moving at a glacial speed. Even though we're you know our eyes are really close to it and we're looking we're looking at and it seems like it's moving really fast. Yeah but it's not. It's not really moving that fast and my point is since evolutionary and it takes time. We're GONNA catch up to it. It's just gonNA. It's just going to take a bit of time. What I don't like is the fear mongering you know that goes without the solution side of it you know? And that's what I'm trying to do in this podcast specifically okay. Yeah it's going to be scary and okay. Okay maybe it but what do we do what. What do we need to do because the listeners of this podcast the folks that are GonNa be implementing all these different systems? And I think we're hitting on it. You know the first thing is looking at it as a system in terms of what are the inputs. What are the outputs seeing the threat? Vectors art each of those and again like you were saying during a threat to set a threat assessment doing a risk analysis because that is in the in the wheelhouse of the business the business person and we take we take it piece by piece but what I don't like is just you know when I was at I was at so I was recently moderating for the morning of the second day of the of an Iot conference in Berlin just last week and the person who had this great presentation on he was he was an operator and a great precision. Any leaves it with is fear and he just leaves it hanging out there and it's like really and so I just I couldn't help myself and I just said why do you not in these words. But why did he do that. And this is on stage. What don't you think this this and that? And then he goes. Well you know I just wanted to make a compelling and that's that's my issue is yeah I agree Justin Austin. It's scary and I agree that there could be lives at stake and I agree that someone was able to take over. You know a car remotely and I think yeah. That is definitely possible but you see what I'm saying I mean that's kind of my point of view and I don't mean to ramble on it but but I just got a little bit heated on. I think you're you're definitely right. I mean I think all the problems are surmountable. It's just a matter of yeah. Yeah and just put in just getting behind him and just knowing that there are problems there but however you know I mean. I think you know the counterbalance this is that it's really weird in Iot the security ramifications like you're saying And even privacy because we haven't been talking as much on privacy which we will but they're pretty large but it seems there's certain extent that it seems to be the last priority not only for the developers because because it's not a shiny feature but also further consumers and when I say consumer I don't just mean the home consumer but even the commercial consumer and so it's this dichotomy of you. You know huge. Potential implication with a lack of I guess a lack of carrying on both the producer both the buyer and the seller. So I I don't no I mean I don't know what's going. Is it going to be a big catastrophe. That's going to change that you know. Is it going to be. You know I'm GonNa WanNa talk to you in fact maybe it's a good segue into the next question on on regulation but the government regulation. Is it going to be a consumer up bopha. But I I don't know what are your thoughts on that. What do you think is going to actually really or do you agree with me one that the party seems low? And if you do. What do you think's going to raise the priority of security and privacy in our in our industry? Yeah that's an interesting question. I think probably to answer that. We should sort of step back and recognize that. I owe tease this huge coach. You know catchphrase billy pulls in a lot of different systems in you know when we talk about Iot we're talking about you know consumer Iot we're talking about about industrial we're talking about Herschel infrastructure people. Yeah and so in all of these different arenas have slightly different security considerations and so. I think it's a big. I think when you find where you find consumers rushing headlong in regardless of security implication. It's it's typically in the the consumer Iot market route then if you look at sort of the industrial manufacturing smart city those types of big business markets. It's I think there's a lot more skepticism own summers. And there's a lot more security concern is is exactly because of regulation I think the federal government and the FTC has been pretty quick to find people for failure to protect data..
"iot" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai
"I guess process unit. How's that working for very, yes? So we leverage. A I guess development platform called platform. I o very frequently. That's not our our only tool. Some chipsets are not supported by platform. I o but we really like the way that it allows us to work in an agile manner. More similar to web development. And so we use a lot of chips that are supported by platform. I oh, and then we also use yet. I mean, like you mentioned there's custom SDK's for for different ships that the manufacturers release that's sort of our. I don't know. How to explain it? We don't particularly love that. But we have to deal with it sometimes. And so we, you know, work in those environments when needed since sense. All right. Well, when we step back in and tell him when listening a little bit about yourself and in particular bit background your background in IOT. Sure. So my first real interaction with technology was really as a mechanical engineering student and. I had a personal piffle. I would call it. When I realized that you could use software to simulate things in the real world predict real world events in my case, really revolving around mechanical engineering and physics and thermodynamics and a natural extension of that is if you can simulate something, then you can also control the simulation and build control systems within that environment. So, and that's really what I consider. My my technical background is in control systems, and I just sort of latched onto that, you know, those a lot of signal processing and simulation. And since I've been doing this in relatively recent years machine learning has been big in the in the control systems space, recently and. Another part of that right is after you've simulated you interface with real hardware, and I think really I o t sort of is just a natural extension of a lot of this control systems ideas. But rather than traditionally and how I was taught in most of my schooling where everything sort of runs on one embedded board in an isolated environment. You can start to spread your software out through the network and have a lot more flexibility regarding like what your code base looks like in where it's running, and you know, how it can scale and all sorts of things..
"iot" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai
"This is less than one in module seven of the icy IP, technology course, an overview of IOT analytics and big data. Al- incremental value of not product Kuzmin transforming its data into useful information analytics transforms the data and as such is of critical importance every IOT deployment. Hannah leagues has been used. Well, before I o t a one of the biggest differences in using analytics in IOT is a size of the databases these databases are often time series based so by nature. This is big data. Consider the number of sensors, and they can be thought of as the calms in a spreadsheet than time time equals one two three four. They can be thought of as the rose in a spreadsheet depending on the fidelity of time measured. Whether that's one per second, one per minute, one per hour overtime, these will produce very large data sets. And in fact, are the definition of big data. All this data or big data is stored in databases. Metaphorically in IOT we like to use water. So we have data streams that feed into data lakes, which are databases, and then are redirected to data pools, which are portions of databases to be worked on by. Analytics. There isn't direct relationship between the digital twin? Analytics in fact, the structure of the digital twin the fines structure of the analytics or the data science. The digital twin consists of two parts the data and the model. The raw data comes in from sensors in time series form, and is from also external systems in an unstructured form. This raw data is analyzed by analytics for a couple purposes. One of them being to create models models are created to simplify the data. So we can again apply. More analytics in a more simplified form. It's not practical to apply analytics to millions and millions of points of data. This is why we need to create the model. Once we have created the model with data analytics we then use analytics on the model for further analysis. This always starts by creating the model then improving the model, and then comparing that model with other models to provide insights. Digital twin is everything that analytics needs it consists of a federation of data and the models federation means that all the data and the models do not need to be stored in one database, instead we point two different databases. It should also be noted that there's not going to be a single digital twin for an IOT product. There will be many different digital twins. They can be at the part the product the system were the environment level, and they can also be used to provide different forms of functionality the structure of the digital twin is higher article. And as mentioned before it defines the data science structure. This is why you always start by defining the digital twin technology wise when designing your product. And remember we always start with value..
"iot" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai
"Most IOT products will be far more complex represented with a hierarchy of data models and code to achieve a realistic simulation. This is less than one in module five of the icy IP. Technology course, an overview of standards and protocols in IOT. Should I be noted that protocols are synonymous with standards, which are synonymous with layers, and they can use interchangeably while seemingly dry understanding protocols using the internet things is strategic because protocols are the root of standards standards. Dr networking the software that moves the data from the edge to the core protocols have grown as independent silos in IOT or more. Specifically OT protocols have grown as independent silos because they've been developed individually for each of the industries as serve networking evolved from first sneakernet in that was where people would walk up to the instrumented machines, look at the displays write it on a clipboard and then move onto the next one this Denic stent to 'em. To 'em or machine to machine communication, which is more like an intranet with their own proprietary protocols. This is the problem area. And this today remains the problem area for integrating lia- t from sensor to cloud. There are three protocols maybe four they are the media layer the network layer the application layer and the meta layer is important, not to conflict the protocols or layers or standards. There is more than one. I o t protocol is important understand each layer the interdependence from each other and how they all work together to deliver data the lifeblood of every IOT product..
"iot" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai
"Creating and monetize ING IOT value part to help the reader develop and then execute their IOT strategy and part three dives into IOT technology. But the tech is never that far away. The challenge of explaining I o t comes from the breadth and depth of not only its technology. But in this case, the different applications of technology and business, but a point of view must be taken and the one I choose for this book is the buy and sell perspective that is bio t- technology integrated into your product, and then sell it to your customers. This product can be a discrete product such as consumer goods commercially equipment or industrial machinery or can easily be a system or environment such as telematics or smart cities. If that isn't broad enough, the lessons learned this book are also to the Bion us perspective that is by T product integrated into your operations and then use it within your company. Part. One part one starts by defining IOT it digs down a layer below. Today's pop narrative that described the tech that we're dealing with more than that, it views the technical components of IOT from via perspective this business. View of technology will be a cornerstone for the rest of the book, then without fluff or fanfare, the book gets into the core of business value generation and monetization, it answers the questions in. What ways can we use? I o t to create incremental value, and what are the classes of business models that we can choose from to make money IOT tech and the business models to monetize. It are intrinsically linked. You will discover that as technology advances. So too will the business model increasing in strategic importance until it becomes the IOT products. Most strategic feature one of the most profound benefits of using. I o t properly is the unprecedented view. We get into our customers business. We will discuss. How we can then translate that into a deeper and more profitable relationship for both parties involved. Part two part to establish an IOT lens through which to look at your customers. Your industry and your competition to develop your business strategy. Leveraging IOT's unique data capabilities to focus on outcomes rather than products and services will transform your industry and the competitive space with this background the book, I sex the outcome economy, what it is how to become part of it. And while become important to your business to affectively, build, sell and support an IOT product the enterprise must be data driven the Silicon Valley internet of things companies will use data to develop and sell products more efficiently. Support customers more effectively and partner more effectively. This book describes how to become an IOT company on it department by department basis.
"iot" Discussed on IOT Podcast
"Some of the big news that we had this week were all around how companies are using iot devices not just for sensing the world or for receiving commands from the cloud but also for running cloud workloads right on them one of the insights that we had from working with customers is that data has gravity and as lots of data's generated out on the edge such as video data sophomore practical to take the and compute and put it right on the device in operate on it they're sort of forms this balance between the cloud and the edge in iot so there are a lot of announcements around azure iot edge as a supporting platform for that and you guys actually announced that you were going to open source as your s iot edged yes why you guys are doing that because it feels very weird coming for microsoft some of the reasons why we're open sourcing it in addition to increase transparency and trust that it provides is that so it's already across platform runtime runs on multiple versions of lennox as well as one does not and as customers wanted to go to new platforms we want to enable them to do that and so open sourcing and then managing those contributions or a great way to enable that we're also seeing that each customer has a slightly different requirement and qu quite frankly we don't want to be the bottleneck i mean edges a very hot topic right now and so we want to enable them to bring their best work as well the able to contribute to this edge product with this and as i look at azure sphere i see that microsoft is still very cloud syndrich in the sense that you got all this stuff running at the edge it's not autonomous necessarily but it needs to be able to call back to the cloud to get security updates to maybe lincoln with ai trading models etc is there in your worldview away for things to run completely cloud independent or how do you handle those things with intermittent connections.
"iot" Discussed on IoT inc
"Yeah i was about to actually comment that that everything that i've seen most of everything that i've seen in other people as they are talking about the value of machine learning almost i mean most of the cases that you see where the value is is on the supervised model that's a lot of the locations that we're seeing come out and there is some value in certain applications to the clustering as well but but a lot of the values coming from the supervised models okay okay and that's kind of my that's my intuition i mean so this is a ninety ten ninety ninety ten or eighty yeah eighty twenty rule maybe roughing okay i guess i guess that's good because that's kind of yeah that's the that's sort of my feeling but but then as i dug into this a little bit more i did learn a little a little more about the unsupervised learning and i could see in certain circumstances i guess maybe twenty percent circumstance there could be some value okay so now i want to switch gears so we've created our model now in iot we want to execute this model we want to run it within our within our within our product with it as a car whether that's closed dryer where this surgical tool how do we then take this model that's going to be pretty complex and then execute it you know so a very simple example we had a spring and it was ethical k knx just a straight linear line we kind of go along the x axes and we wanna know what's what's if we play this force what's going to be the compression so we just sort of go up the why axes and then we go across over and we see where it intersects the model and then we get some sort of we can execute the model now obviously in in in machine learning the number variables are quite a bit higher than that but i think the concepts the same so how do you now execute these models once you've created them whether it's been point and click in some circumstances or.
"iot" Discussed on IoT inc
"Now you mentioned learning is it only for learning type algorithms or would it also be for classification or clustering type algorithms as well what do you mean learning algorithms well you were saying you tune the hyper limiters to teach it on how it's going to learning so is that are you talking about that in general or just yeah just type algorithms okay yeah i'd say in general they're all alerting algorithms yeah so now there are some in in iot some iot platforms and this is really the the plumbing but somebody ot platforms have analytics packages that come with them and some of them are point and click like you can do rules engines as it's classified i'm not sure if they classified that way and in a l but they have rules engines which are very simple logical rules that you can take data and do certain things with them but there's others that are more complicated for example a company was the company's name so ptc bought a company called cold late i think it was and they and some important the name of the company but more was more of a point and click as opposed to a scripting approach to doing this creation of the models have you come across any point and click type tools that you could actually do anything meaningful with or is it really the domain of scripting whether it's python are even math lab zet you really need to get into to create these models now i think there's definitely value there and get it depends on sort of the level of sophistication you want with the with their model so if you're doing you know something like trying to create a self driving car then that's that's gonna be code right because you're you're like in probably tensor flow or some some library where you have a lot of control over exactly what the algorithm is doing and you are researching and sort of on the cutting edge of creating some sort of algorithm that can really do a good job with your specific use case but there's also a lot of use cases where you know.
"iot" Discussed on IoT inc
"People business and that's had nola nolte of next generation and this is c in business and now he's your heist sing hello and welcome to the iot business show this show is for business leaders and managers employing the internet of things for their business or the business of their customers find host bruce sinclair and i interviewed the industry's leading thority is to find out how they use iot in business and create value if you like this shows scribed to it on i tunes can go to it inc dot com check out my complimentary articles videos meet ups and webinars quick shoutout for internet of things world which is taking place may fourteenth through seventeenth in the santa clara convention center i've known and participate in this conference since its humble beginnings and i recommend attending as there's value in critical mass this is the biggest general iot conference of our industry as such attracts the players you wanna meet this is episode five and our miniseries on a not which is made possible by the program if you enjoy this podcast consider indirectly funding by enrolling in the iot ink certified iot professional or i c i p online training and certification program of course only if it's right for you it pulls together everything i know about iot in the three courses i c i p technology business and i sat peace strategy and digital transformation details of which can be found at www dot ie ot dash inc dot com slash training.
"iot" Discussed on IoT inc
"People business and let's hat nology of next generation and this is c in his messiah now he's you'll heist sing a low and welcome to the iot business show this show is for business leaders and managers employing the innovative things for their business or the business of their customers find your host bruce sinclair and i interviewed the industry's leading thority is to find out how they use i o t improved business and create value if you like this show's scribe to it on itunes can go to i o t inc dot com check out my complimentary articles videos meet ups and webinars turns out there aren't that many experts in a i applied iot so it's a while but here's the first episode of the miniseries on the topic of a and i o t if you enjoy this podcast consider funding it by becoming a certified i o t professional by completing the ink certified not professional or online training program it pulls together everything i know on iot in the three courses in the program i c i p technology i c i p business and i c i p strategy and digital transformation.
"iot" Discussed on IoT inc
"Coming out on this episode of the only agency business cheyrou in my view delivering outcomes is i t's killer app it requires the iot platform this technical underpinning and the iot ecosystem his business underpinning to come together in just the right way in this episode business show i share with you three lessons from the ici peace strategy and digital transformation course the first is an overview of comes also one of the main drivers of every iot strategy then a digital transformation lesson on marketing and finally an important methodology that should always be employed when starting in iot offering in that is design sell build blue this as mall fell will said a side of cia feet business empire no the people who will the business and they've had noisy of the next generation insulin internet the is is that ihc any prisoners sire on now he's your highest leaves dan komen hello and welcome to the iot business show this show is for business leaders and managers employing the internet of things for their business or the business of their customers find your host bruce sinclair and i interview the industry's leading authorities to find out how they use iot to improve business and create value if if you like this shows subscribe to it on iteens can go to ohio t e dot com but check out my complimentary articles videos meet ups and webinars i have been talking the talk long enough about my iot certified iot professional or ici p online training program now it's time the walk the talk by giving you a few sample lessons from the ici peace strategy and digital transformation course this is the third course of three in the icy ip program if he found any of them valuable you can get a lot more information at www that iot dash inc dot com slash training now that were coming to a close on these three episodes i'm very excited to get started on the new season of the iot inc business show and with that i give you three of the fifty lessons in the ici peace strategy and digital transformation course and joy.
"iot" Discussed on IoT inc
"I have been talking the talk long enough above my iot inked certified iot professional war ici p online training program now it's time to walk the talk by giving you a few sample lessons from the ici ip business course this is the second course of three in the icib program if you find them by boy you can find a lot more information at www dot iot dash inc dot com slash training i can't tell you how excited i am the use this the previous and the next episodes the transition into a new season of the iot inc business show and with that i give you three of the sixty seven lessons in the icy ip business course enjoy this is less than one in module three of the ici p business course an overview of the iotc valuecreation framework all business starts and ends with creating value i can argue that the biggest challenge facing iot today is not security and it's not standards are interoperability the biggest challenge in iot is creating in a value so that the iot product is profitable consumer iot exemplifies this challenge and i call it the 10x curse a traditional thermostat seventeen dollars a smart thermostat hundred and seventy dollars the traditional lock ten dollars a connected lock one hundred dollars a traditional doorbell fifteen dollars a connect the doorbell honor fifty dollars connected irs smart doesn't necessarily equal value just because a product can be connected doesn't mean it should be connector are these smart and door connected products worth ten times the cost of the traditional counterparts.
"iot" Discussed on IoT inc
"Training i'm proud to say there are around sixty students enroll four of graduated in one is landed a big iot job thrown out later and with that i give you how to get in i ote product greenland with michelman kebich and the in our view the best way to start experimenting this iot used to seek out a small file a case that arguments exist system functionality ends create some some new business days and it can't affects extends from all of existence systems because if any uh any major changes required stop will inevitably lead to internal conflicts before talking go to market strategy we need the talk go to green light strategy for most people internal or external iot is a big unknown an unknown are scary to get that iot pilot started think small enough illusionary in this episode of the it business choice speak with michael min kebich about his experience and building iot products and systems and the best way to get them green let four days as mall i'll leave that aside of the ihc business failure people who the business and they've have noisy of the next generation internet this is that i ate seized in business sire and now he's your highs use then kellyanne hello and welcome to the iot business show this show is for business leaders and managers employing the internet of things for their business or the business of their customers find your host bruce sinclair and i interview the industry's leading authorities to find out how they use iot complete business and create values if you like this show subscribe to it on iteens can go to ohio t dot com the check out my complimentary articles videos meet ups and whether or not.
"iot" Discussed on IoT inc
"Aznar told they've got a side of the aisle seet business empire yeah people of the business and that's have noisy of the next generation henson ads this is the inc eight prisoners sire on now he's your highest boosting henman hello and welcome to the iot business show this show is for business leaders and managers employing the internet of things for their business or the business of their customers find your host bruce sinclair and i interview the industry's leading authorities to find out how they use iot to improve business and create value if you like this show subscribe to it on iteens can go to ohio t dot com to check out my complimentary articles videos meet ups and webinars this is episodes four in our mini series on iot product reproduction with system integrators product designers or book it's where we take all that fury from the last thirty odd episodes and put into action by talking to the pros who've been there done that and got the tshirt well after a very satisfying to day intensive workshop a couple of weeks back i'm added again if you're interested in taking my one day workshop i'll be putting it on in conjunction with the i'll t mega meet up that we're having here in the silicon valley on january thirteen 2016 might meet up along with three other most active in the bear combining forces and what we're calling the iot mega meet up we'll have at least three hundred attend is joining us had evening so if you wanna make a day of it come early join me in the morning by the end of the course you'll have a solid understanding of iot tech and how to use it to generate value in your business for more information go to www that i'll t hyphen inc.