IoT Design Weekly – 10.21.2016  
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IoT Design Weekly – 10.21.2016

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Features

Edward Snowden and data security for the Internet of Things
Edward Snowden and data security for the Internet of Things

Regardless of your views on Snowden, his actions, or the social ethics of mass surveillance, it’s undeniable that NSA’s dragnet surveillance has some stark similarities to the most widely embraced concept in technology today, the Internet of Things.

IoT Development Kit Guide

Help for embedded and Internet of Things (IoT) design engineers to efficiently identify evaluation kits for system prototyping.

The Low-Risk Path to Building Autonomous Car Architectures

Sponsored by: RTI
October 25, 2pm ET

"Snappy" gateway application development with Ubuntu Core

You might have heard of a new Ubuntu called Ubuntu Core (sometimes referred to as Snappy), and wondered what it is all about.

Blogs and Columns

Use a virtual platform to maintain security
Use a virtual platform to maintain security

Security presents a multi-level challenge incorporating both hardware and software. A pragmatic, cross-functional approach to security in embedded devices and systems is needed. Among the approaches being used for security, hypervisors show excellent initial results.

5 key trends in the global smart factory market
5 key trends in the global smart factory market

The global smart factory market was valued at nearly $52 billion in 2014 and is expected to expand at over 13 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in the next ten tears. Let’s take a look at some key insights on the global smart factory market.

Connect my garage door opener to the Internet
Connect my garage door opener to the Internet

Somebody who is a traditional mechanical engineer working on a washing machine or a garage door opener is now being told that his design has to connect to the Internet. That can be quite foreign to someone who hasn’t waded into that pool.

Executive Outlook

IT, OT and vying for control of the IoT connectivity platform

Since Industrial IoT platforms touch so many parts of both the operational technology on the plant floor as well as backend IT operations, who should control them? Mark Benson, CTO of IoT software platform vendor Exosite gives his opinion.

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Marketplace

IIC testbed retrofits existing facilities for sensor-to-cloud connectivity
IIC testbed retrofits existing facilities for sensor-to-cloud connectivity

The Industrial Internet Consortium has approved an IIC testbed on sensor-to-cloud connectivity called the Smart Manufacturing Connectivity for Brownfield Sensors Testbed, which will enable integration of sensors with IT systems in existing facilities.

LSR 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules leverage Cypress wireless chipsets
LSR 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules leverage Cypress wireless chipsets

LSR has announced two extensions to its Sterling line of Wi-Fi modules, the Sterling-LWB5 dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi + Bluetooth Low Energy module based on the Cypress Semiconductor BCM43353 chipset, as well as the Sterling-LWB for WICED reference platform based on the Cypress BCM4343W that supports embedded Wi-Fi and BLE developers.

 
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