IoT Design Weekly – 05.06.2016  
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IoT Design Weekly – 05.06.2016

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Features

Eight ways to avoid bad end-user software licensing
Eight ways to avoid bad end-user software licensing

The emergence of the Internet of Things has energized the embedded market. The companies that provide these devices and publish the software running on them are hunting for ways to keep track of authorized use, whether it’s industrial, mobile, or medical devices, or even wearables. There needs to be a way to employ technology that limits unauthorized access of the embedded device, apps, and especially third-party apps.

Connect what matters with Dell IoT Solutions

Learn how Dell and its global partner ecosystem are advancing the Internet of Things through videos, white papers, case studies, and more.

High-tech halter tracks horse health 24/7
High-tech halter tracks horse health 24/7

It’s Kentucky Derby week! So let’s talk about horses and specifically how technology can positively impact the well-being of horses. On the NXP Smarter World Tour truck, you can see an Internet of Things device that remotely monitors horses, especially overnight when they’re left unattended, primarily so owners can be alerted at the first signs of danger or distress.

Blogs and Columns

IoT Roadshow, San Jose – Microsemi: Multifunction dev board is IoT at its best
IoT Roadshow, San Jose – Microsemi: Multifunction dev board is IoT at its best

The IoT Roadshow made a stop at Microsemi, where they introduced a development board that, ironically, will be distributed at Embedded TechCon in Austin, TX, June 7-8. It’s the Avnet Kickstart board and it features Microsemi’ s M2S010S SmartFusion2 SoC FPGA, with an integrated 166 MHz ARM Cortex-M3 processor.

Zinn on the Internet of Things
Zinn on the Internet of Things

Former Micrel CEO Ray Zinn discusses how much risk you need to be willing to take to make a substantial investment on a technology that may be the “next big thing,” like the Internet of Things, because being in early could pay huge dividends down the road.

No power available for your IoT system? No problem.
No power available for your IoT system? No problem.

V5 Systems was able to eliminate the obstacles posed by the electrical power and Internet connectivity requirements for real-time security surveillance. They did this by developing a solar-powered security solution with WiFi and cellular network-access capabilities.

Executive Outlook

IoT Roadshow, Santa Rosa – Keysight: Test is key to a successful IoT buildout

Learn why test is such an integral part of the Internet of Things buildout (especially on the software side) from Satish Dhanasekaran, Keysight’s General Manager for Mobile Broadband.

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Marketplace

IPSO Alliance formalizes Working Groups addressing protocol, semantics, and identity and privacy issues on the Internet of Things
IPSO Alliance formalizes Working Groups addressing protocol, semantics, and identity and privacy issues on the Internet of Things

Early efforts of each Working Group will be presented during the IPSO Alliance Spring Member Meeting taking place May 25-26, 2016 in Toronto, Canada. Most importantly, member input will be solicited to advance these efforts in line with member needs.

flowthings.io brings Internet of Things processing and data orchestration to the edge
flowthings.io brings Internet of Things processing and data orchestration to the edge

Partnership between Dell and flowthings.io will provide Dell Gateways with edge and cloud processing capabilities for Internet of Things solutions.

 
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