IoT Design Weekly – 10.14.2016  
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IoT Design Weekly – 10.14.2016

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Features

Choosing the best IoT protocol
Choosing the best IoT protocol

Different protocols are trying to establish themselves as the keystone for provisioning data communication from edge nodes to the cloud. Each is vying to be seen as being the best for either certain types of data or the method by which data is exchanged.

Easily Connect to AWS IoT Using Ethernet

Microchip's PIC32MZ EF connects to AWS IoT, see how it's done in only a few simple steps with our DM990004 IoT Ethernet Kit.

Considering IoT Maintenance & Upgrades - IoT Panel Discussion

Sponsored by: Flexera Software, MicroEJ, RTI, Wind River
October 18, 11am ET

AI for the embedded IoT
AI for the embedded IoT

In many ways the technological progression of AI and the IoT are intertwined. IoT will provide the information that fuels our data-driven economy, while AI is the engine that will consume it.

Blogs and Columns

Smart home hindered by ease of configuration, cost
Smart home hindered by ease of configuration, cost

Technology is held back from becoming mainstream until its integration is simplified sufficiently to enable even the most technologically illiterate to ‘plug and play.’

Connected car HERE now, autonomous driving coming later
Connected car HERE now, autonomous driving coming later

Digital mapmaker HERE is building another bridge between the technology and automotive worlds, this time by creating a sensor data-driven platform for connected cars at the intersection of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), smart city, and autonomous vehicle initiatives.

Executive Outlook

When will the IoT reach critical mass?

Overly optimistic market predictions have led to high expectations for the Internet of Things, but those forecasts are becoming more modest as adoption of the IoT proves to be slower than projected. Dr. Shipeng Li, CTO of IngDan, weighs in on the next steps in overcoming issues with usability and usefulness and spurring adoption of the IoT.

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Marketplace

IoT devices increasingly used in DDoS attacks, says Symantec research
IoT devices increasingly used in DDoS attacks, says Symantec research

Symantec has released new research revealing that cybercriminal networks are taking advantage of lax Internet of Things device security to spread malware and create botnets for use in distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.

Modbus eavesdropper from B+B SmartWorx enables real-time SCADA protocol translation for Industrial IoT networks
Modbus eavesdropper from B+B SmartWorx enables real-time SCADA protocol translation for Industrial IoT networks

B+B SmartWorx has released the SmartSwarm351, a modbus eavesdropper capable of recognizing and extracting data from Modbus SCADA systems and translating it for use by IT systems in near-real time without interrupting a Modbus master or SCADA network communication.

 
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