IoT

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Oracle and Wind River Bring the Enterprise to the Edge

Oracle and Wind River Bring the Enterprise to the Edge

By Amanda Lowe We’ve all seen the predictions on the opportunities that IoT presents to companies in the industrial sector. Regardless of which of the wide-ranging analyst figures you follow, its clear to see that the possibilities are endless. Turning those possibilities into reality starts with bridging the gap between IT and OT. The value of IoT lies in connecting…
How Connected Vehicle Technology Will Make Driving Safer Around the World

How Connected Vehicle Technology Will Make Driving Safer Around the World

By Marques McCammon Technological advances have already made driving safer with features like forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking. Looking ahead, perhaps by the end of the decade, new connected vehicle technology may allow millions of cars, trucks, buses and trains to talk wirelessly to each other, the roadway, traffic lights and nearby buildings, to address hazards drivers can’t…
How to manage the IoT Analytical lifecycle

How to manage the IoT Analytical lifecycle

Guest Blog by Saurabh Mishra/SAS Since the idea of an “IoT analytical lifecycle,” may be understood in many different ways, let’s start with a definition. Performing analytics at the data center and the cloud is well established practice, and is still quite relevant. With growing numbers of connected devices and availability of computing capabilities at various layers of the network, however,…
Helix Device Cloud Showcases its Versatility at IDF 2016

Helix Device Cloud Showcases its Versatility at IDF 2016

    By Amanda Lowe   At the Intel Developer Conference this week, we announced the latest version of our IoT Device Management Platform, Helix Device Cloud. To mark the occasion, several groups created real-life use case demonstrations of Device Cloud in action. The wide range of examples allowed viewers to really relate it to their own IOT development and…
The Role of System Updates in IoT

The Role of System Updates in IoT

By Tim Radzykewycz In the brave new world that the Internet of things (IoT) is shaping, operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT) are quickly converging. Up until now, IT was seen as defining a restricted range of technologies pertaining to information processing, mainly generating and communicating data. OT was the domain of machinery, mainly physical equipment that was doing…

Helping University Minds Harness IoT

By Neil McLellan Through the Wind River University Program earlier this year, I had the opportunity to mentor a group of engineering students at San Diego State University.  Wind River sponsored their senior project - which was to address a relatively simple challenge  – create a sound capture device, render a sound file, and save it somewhere. This seemingly straightforward exercise…
Security Focus at the IoT Developers Conference 2016

Security Focus at the IoT Developers Conference 2016

 By Paul Chen I attended the 3rd annual IoT Developers Conference (“DevCon”) last week. As an introduction, Markus Levy, the event chairman, wrote in the conference program and event guide: Internet of Things: Hype versus reality? [It’s] clear that the IoT is so much more than just the ‘things’ – It has become a huge collaborative effort to bring all the pieces…
VxWorks with OpenCL Hardware Acceleration on Altera CycloneV SoC

VxWorks with OpenCL Hardware Acceleration on Altera CycloneV SoC

By Ka Kay Achacoso As devices get smaller, lighter, and smarter, some embedded devices need to execute high performance computations at hard real-time speeds.  Small light-weight devices that run huge volumes of data over set algorithms include auto-park automobiles sensing the surrounding environment, unmanned aerial drones running flight control systems, robot arms with tight control systems, even mobile devices running…
Care in the Cloud – Rx Helix IoT

Care in the Cloud – Rx Helix IoT

By Neil McLellan Back in 1962, 54 people gathered in Baltimore Maryland – the first official meeting of the Healthcare Information and Management System Society, more commonly known as HIMSS. More than a half-century later, HIMSS has grown well beyond its humble beginnings as a 10 tabletop exhibition and conference, to accommodate well over 1300 exhibitors, 500 speakers, and over…
Tearing down the silos – collaboration in IoT

Tearing down the silos – collaboration in IoT

By Neil McLellan This past week I had the pleasure of speaking on a panel on the potential impacts of the Internet of Things (IoT) on the wind industry at the American Wind Energy (AWEA) Operation and Maintenance Seminar, in San Diego. I was speaking on the panel as a networking expert and not an expert in wind, renewables, or power…