IoT / M2M

105 articles
Wind River Advances Industrial IoT with Secure Device Lifecycle Management

Wind River Advances Industrial IoT with Secure Device Lifecycle Management

By Keith Shea Industrial IoT (IIoT) can only generate value for customers if connected devices are actively monitored and managed. To ensure these devices are secure, operational, and performing at the highest possible level, device management should be designed in as part of an IoT system architecture from the start, as it is a key IoT enabler and critically important…
Tackling IoT Security with New Wind River Services Offering

Tackling IoT Security with New Wind River Services Offering

By Amit Ronen Security is the number one issue facing IoT deployments and must be properly addressed before broad adoption can begin. Cybersecurity has become a high priority for IT systems, yet there continue to be major security breaches, such as the hacks of major organizations including Anthem, Home Depot, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Sony, Target, and the…
No Compromises on Security when Virtualizing Industrial Control Applications

No Compromises on Security when Virtualizing Industrial Control Applications

By Charlie Ashton As long as you select the right software platform, virtualization will bring a wide range of benefits to your industrial control application without compromising on the level of security delivered by traditional physical infrastructure. Moreover, virtualization will enhance your system-level security by enabling dynamic updates in response to emerging threats. In industries such as energy, manufacturing, healthcare…
Welcome to the Machine

Welcome to the Machine

By Mychal McCabe When will machines exceed human performance for specific tasks? The Future of Humanity Institute recently published the results of their survey of over 350 industry and academic artificial intelligence (AI) experts from around the globe in an effort to answer this question. They also tackled a more vexing one: When will machines exceed human performance for all…
IoT Platform: Build or Buy?

IoT Platform: Build or Buy?

By Tom Gibbings Building an IoT business has many challenges: new business models, new support models, technical hurdles, and security to name a few. To oversimplify the core premise of IoT, it is to connect all the "things" in our lives to make it better. When a product company starts down the path of IoT-enabling an existing product, one of…
Breathe Easier

Breathe Easier

By Amanda Lowe The rapid population growth in today’s urban areas is increasing environmental pollution at staggering rates, stressing city infrastructure, and endangering health of citizens in communities around the globe. Intel recently announced the Bosch Air Quality Micro Climate Monitoring System (MCMS), designed with sensors and software to ensure air quality parameters are measured rapidly and accurately. With features…
New Cloud Platform Simplifies Telco Deployments of Secure Edge Computing Applications

New Cloud Platform Simplifies Telco Deployments of Secure Edge Computing Applications

By Charlie Ashton Telco edge applications bring new revenue opportunities Telecom service providers worldwide are increasingly viewing applications hosted at the network edge as compelling business opportunities. While revenues from traditional broadband and voice services are essentially flat, edge applications present opportunities to sell new kinds of services to new kinds of customers. This provides the potential for increased market…
MachNation IoT Device Management ScoreCard Profiles Wind River Helix Device Cloud

MachNation IoT Device Management ScoreCard Profiles Wind River Helix Device Cloud

By Tom Gibbings In many situations the allure of IoT starts with gathering data to drive actionable insights. Cutting through all the jargon and complexity of IoT, the business justification of an IoT project is derived from two business needs: 1) reducing costs and 2) innovative new business models. With great enthusiasm, project teams will rush to prove an ROI based…
Wind River Helps Waterous Lead Digital Transformation of Fire Trucks

Wind River Helps Waterous Lead Digital Transformation of Fire Trucks

By Keith Shea Waterous, the leading manufacturer of water pumps for fire trucks, enlisted Wind River and Intel to help develop Tellurus, the first digital touch-screen control panel for its advanced water and foam pumps. Tellurus™, is revolutionizing the fire service industry by radically simplifying and speeding the setup time for firefighters, helping eliminate delays in their efforts to save…
GrammaTech CodeSonar Brings the Power of Advanced Static Analysis to Wind River Workbench

GrammaTech CodeSonar Brings the Power of Advanced Static Analysis to Wind River Workbench

The integration of GrammaTech CodeSonar with Wind River Workbench enables software developers to annotate and resolve the bugs and software vulnerabilities that CodeSonar highlights without leaving the Wind River Workbench development environment, thereby significantly boosting productivity. Supporting the native Wind River VxWorks® real-time operating system as well as the POSIX API, CodeSonar provides advanced, whole program static analysis of application…