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Amazon Outage Disabled IoT/Smart Devices, Stopped Package Deliveries; People Were Locked Out of Homes and…

By B.N. Frank
Experts have been warning for years about security risks associated with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, Internet of Things (IoT) technology, and various IoT/Smart devices (see 1, 2). In the meantime, cyberattacks, threats, and vulnerabilities continue to be reported (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8).  Of course a software outage can cause problems too.
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How Amazon Outage Left Smart Homes Not So Smart After All
(Bloomberg) — The outage at Amazon.com Inc.’s cloud-computing arm left thousands of people in the U.S. without working fridges, roombas and doorbells, highlighting…

Terry Poon, Co-Founder & CTO of Twin Health – Interview Series

Terry Poon co-founded Twin Health and drives the vision for technology development. He leads the development of Twin’s innovative platform and unique algorithms to improve human metabolic health using IoT, machine learning, and Digital Twin technologies. Prior to Twin, Terry was VP of Engineering at Jasper Technologies, where he built global software engineering teams and served as a lead architect of the company’s IoT cloud platform. In addition, Terry led engineering efforts for Jasper’s launch in the China market, the fastest-growing in the company’s history. Prior to Jasper,…

Unstructured data will be key to analytics in 2022

Kumar Goswami, CEO and co-founder of Komprise, provides his predictions for data management trends that will emerge in 2022 Unstructured data such as video and IoT data is set to be vital for data management over the next year.
For decades, managing data essentially meant collecting, storing and occasionally accessing it. That has all changed in recent years, as businesses look for the critical information that can be pulled from the massive amounts of data being generated, accessed and stored in myriad locations, from corporate…

Integrating IoT Data with Digital Twin Knowledge Graph

The creation of a DigitalTwin knowledge graph data model confronts the need for access to measurement data in order that the DigitalTwin can create timely performance metrics, identify promptly performance issues, and so on.
However, the quantity of raw data in an Industrial IoT is staggering. A typical process manufacturing plant might have greater than 100,000 measurement points each of which is streaming data by the second or even faster. So how can the raw data be integrated to allow performance analysis?

Just … important:

Someone(?) determines a subset of the data that can and…

Taking IoT Into the Future: Cartesi Joins Forces with IoTeX

With an upcoming Ideathon for Dutch Blockchain Week, the collaboration will provide innovative IoT services with all the safety and security benefits of blockchain technologyThis year has seen the near infinite applications of blockchain technology continue to positively impact the world and the thousands of businesses within it, with growth in the industry not set to pause anytime soon. Supply chain, hospitality, medical data, payment systems, and more already benefit greatly from updated and decentralized systems; the blockchain devices market, in particular, is expected…

Miami to use PlanetWatch and Algorand for air quality monitoring

Miami is preparing to be one of the first major US cities to monitor its air quality using a decentralized Internet of Things (IoT) network built on Algorand.French environmental technology company Planetwatch has developed five different types of air quality sensors. With funding from Borderless Capital’s $10 million PLANETS fund, sensors will be deployed throughout the city, including in the homes of city residents.Each sensor detects the concentration of air pollution in an area. When combined into a network, they will help residents and city officials analyze where higher levels of…

Finding Value In Industrial Data with AI

Illustration: © IoT For AllAll industries have one thing in common, data and lots of it. The amount of data is related to the volume of ‘things’ now connected to the internet, from personal devices, the office printer, all the way to the sensor on a pump that is helping generate the electricity necessary to keep the power on. They say data is the new oil; however, far too many industrial companies are finding little to no use or benefit from all the data they are generating. In fact, the Mining and Resources sector is reported to use less than 1 percent of the data collected from…

WISeKey, Parrot and CasperLabs to Hold a Metaverse Holograminar during WISeKey’s December 13…

WISeKey, Parrot and CasperLabs to Hold a Metaverse Holograminar during WISeKey’s December 13 Investor Day at the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York CityGENEVA / New York – November 30, 2021: Ad-Hoc announcement pursuant to Art. 53 of SIX Listing Rules – WISeKey International Holding Ltd. (“WISeKey”) (SIX: WIHN, NASDAQ: WKEY), a leading global cybersecurity, AI, Blockchain, and IoT company, today announced that it will hold a metaverse holograminar during its Investor Day scheduled for December 13, 2021, at the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square, NYC.WISeKey will be organizing a hologram…

[Techie Tuesday] What will 2022 look like for deeptech startup industry

There has been a massive shift in our lives as the world faced COVID-19 pandemic for almost the last two years. Just a couple of years ago, nobody would have thought of the way the entire population, governments, and companies would function in the way we did during the pandemic.One thing that helped us to keep moving forward is enablement of technology in every walk of life brought by deep-tech and digital technologies. Deep-tech companies and startups are going to create bigger impact in the coming year.There are few areas like Machine Learning (ML), IOT, mobility, and Blockchain where…

To make industrial data actionable, evolve your data historian with an AIoT strategy

In my last article, I wrote about how industrial organizations, in the rush to implement new technologies like AI, the cloud, and the Industrial IoT, have found themselves with a technology stack packed with legacy, plumbed-together, on-premises solutions. The result is an environment with not only multiple siloed data sources, each storing, formatting, and securing data in their own unique ways, but also an equally siloed approach to understanding how to leverage that data into something actionable across the enterprise. Domain experts become not just go-to…

The Advantages of IoT Integration in the Mining Industry

IoT in the Mining Industry: The Internet of Things is an extension of internet connectivity into physical devices. These devices are embedded with electronics that communicate and interact with other machines, sensors, connected appliances, and internet-powered equipment which can be remotely monitored and controlled.

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The IoT is changing how entire organizations operate and has the potential to transform the mining industry. It allows the industry to introduce underground monitoring and control systems to improve safety, and to automate certain…

How MapmyIndia is charting the metaverse territory

With over 2,000 customers across map-as-a-service, software-as-a-service (SaaS), IoT solutions and application programming interface (API), the IPO-bound tech company MapmyIndia is looking to create mapping solutions that will be high definition, 4-dimensional and built for the metaverse, showing a realistic view of the entire world with granular data points to help both the public and private sector use cases.Away from the funding race and unicorn buzz, the 26-year-old mapping tech company MapmyIndia has been powering some of the leading companies in India and globally including Apple,…

Internet of Things (IoT) Use Cases 2021

The Internet of Things (IoT) offers companies sensor-based technology at the end-user level and low-latency connectivity — making it possible to create products with smarter data, improved automation, and optimized experiences.

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Companies across industries are tapping into IoT to deliver new capabilities to their customers, and the use cases, partly driven by 5G and edge computing, continue to grow along with the IoT market. Read on to learn how different sectors are using the Internet of Things and how these cases are impacting users today:
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Cyberattacks Detection in IoT-based Smart City Network Traffic

Machine LearningIn this article, different machine learning and deep learning models have been used for the classification of cyberattacks such as DoS, Worms, Backdoor, and many more attacks from normal network traffic and network intrusion detection. UNSW-NB15 Dataset has been used to train the ML and DL models. You can find the complete code, trained models, plots, datasets, preprocessed files here on my GitHub account.Made using Draw.ioThe whole idea of the Internet of Things is to extend the capability of the Internet beyond computers and smartphones to electronic, mechanical…

Why Is Data Science the Future for Businesses ?

Statista, a German company that specializes in market and consumer data, predicts that the number of internet-connected devices will reach 38.6 billion by 2025. By 2030, it is predicted that the number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices will reach 50 billion, creating a web of interconnected gadgets from smartphones to kitchen appliances.The number of connected devices per household is expected to rise to 50 in 2021. This will transform how we manage and interact with our homes and businesses.Businesses of all sizes rely on data scientists to help sift through large amounts of data to…

The Role of AI, IOT and Data Analysis in Cricket

by Madhurjya Chowdhury
November 19, 2021
Data analysis plays a key role in cricketWe live in a technological age where we are completely surrounded by it. Cricket, as a globally popular sport, could not have been undisturbed by technological advancements for long. The use of technology in cricket has risen steadily throughout time. Third umpires, Hawkeye, and decision review system, as well as power bats and helmet cams, have all been deployed in recent years.From the comfort of our own homes, we can now watch cricket being played in any region of the world. Our excitement never wanes…

Insights Weekly Update (11/19/2021) – Front Office Sports

This week’s Heat Check covers an emerging trend we have been observing in the IoT industry as it pertains to sports and commerce.

By 2030, the IoT industry is anticipated to be a multi-trillion dollar industry, with applications spanning across a wide array of verticals. One of those verticals? The sports industry.

Whether it’s smart stadiums, connected fitness or commerce, IoT and the connectivity of devices has the ability to fundamentally change industries.

Check out the full Heat Check now.

ICYMI: Last week, we published a Heat Check on trends in Mental Fitness and…

7 ways IoT is impacting the eCommerce industry

Mr. Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, once put in “Information technology and business are becoming inextricably interwoven. I don’t think anybody can talk meaningfully about one without talking about the other.” Back then, the statement might haven’t impacted the regular audience. However, today the statement brings significant cadence.
Since the shopping inclinations and preferences of customers are shifting towards the online shopping genre, the industry players do not have any…

Internet of Things (IoT): Macroeconomic Trends

IoT: Macroeconomic Trends: A new wave of digital transformation in the post-Covid world is expected to fuel the growth of the IoT market. Companies and organisations that initiate early adoption of IoT are more likely to recover quickly from the impact of the pandemic.
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Listed below are the key macroeconomic trends impacting the IoT theme, as identified by GlobalData.
Covid-19
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced businesses to invest more in technology. IoT…

The role of SmartNICs in 5G’s drive for new network architecture

5G, cloud and edge computing, and IoT – any one of these monumental technology developments could be considered one of the biggest networking evolutions in human history. And yet we’re experiencing all of them simultaneously. As a combined force, they are radically changing the way people communicate – and the way networks are built to support them. Programmable SmartNICs play a central role in this transition, increasing speed and performance while cutting costs. 

More 5G…

IoT: Is Data Beyond Ethics?

Over the last decade, the Internet of Things has been delivering heaps of data and remote device control across virtually every industry, from healthcare to hospitality.Read the full story

About the the IoT Trends 2022 and Predictions to look out for

IoT Trends 2022: A glimpse through the top trends and predictions in IoTthat is about to occur in 2022
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Internet of Things (IoT) is a popular topic for discussion among individuals working in the tech and in the manufacturing industry.IoTis a hyped-up futuristic technology and is also known for its social and technological wonders. The latest IoT trends can attest to the fact that this technology has revolutionized several industries. It has helped…

5 most common data quality issues and how to overcome them.

With the advent of data socializing, many organizations acquire, exchange, and make data accessible to all employees in an effective manner.

Most businesses benefit from having such information resources at their fingertips, others have concerns about the data’s accuracy. This is especially nowadays, that most businesses consider deploying artificial intelligence systems or connecting their operations via the Internet of Things.

Duplicate, incomplete, unstructured data, missing data can cause quality issues. In this article we will the common data quality issues and how to overcome those using DQLabs Augmented DataQuality Platform.

Duplicate Data: Duplicate data arises when the same data is stored in a database multiple times, often in slightly different ways.

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This Week In Security: Somebody’s Watching, Microsoft + Linux, DDoS

In case you needed yet another example of why your IoT devices shouldn’t be exposed to the internet, a large swath of Hikvision IP Cameras have a serious RCE vulnerability. CVE-2021-36260 was discovered by the firm Watchful_IP in the UK. In Hikvision’s disclosure, they refer to the problem as a command injection vulnerability in the device’s web interface. The vuln is pre-authentication, and requires no user interaction. This could be something as simple as a language chooser not sanitizing the inputs on the back-end, and being able to use backticks or a semicolon to trigger an arbitrary command.

Now you’re probably thinking, “I don’t use Hikvision cameras.” The sneaky truth is that a bunch of cameras with different brand names are actually Hikvision hardware, with their firmware based on the Hikvision SDK.

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