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The IoT Business Show is brought to you by: http://www.iot-inc.com


This is a rerun of Podcast 02. It takes a lot of work, behind the scenes work, to establish a successful connection between sensor and IoT Platform. While it’s possible to find off-the-shelf sensor subsystems for common use-cases, often, custom hardware and software design is needed to make the system/connected product/asset operate as desired. In this episode of the IoT Inc Business Show I get into it with Mark Wright about the who and the what behind the scenes that need to be involved to make it happen.


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Category:general -- posted at: 3:44am PDT

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The IoT platform is generally thought of as networking tech – middleware to connect all the IoT components together – and often it is, but a certain class of platforms, the so-called, application enablement platforms, or AEPs, also provide the development and execution environment for the digital twin. In this episode of the IoT Business Show, the third in a series on the digital twin, I speak with Jason Schern and Jeff Miller about the dt and its relationship to the AEP.


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Category:general -- posted at: 1:35am PDT

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The reason the digital twin, or software-defined product, as I prefer to call it, is the most important IoT tech, is because it’s the basis for the unique functionality possible from using the Internet of Things. Going beyond smarts or connectivity, it is this unique functionality that creates value, enough value that results in a profitable IoT product. In this episode of the IoT Business Show, the second in a series on the digital twin, I speak with Arnulf Hagen about the underlying models of the digital twin, and the high-level ways you can use them to create value.


Read the rest of the show analysis notes including the transcripts at: http://bit.ly/IoTPodcast85notes


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Category:general -- posted at: 12:09am PDT

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The digital twin, or software-defined product as I prefer to call it, is the most important tech in IoT, yet you hardly hear anything about it, when compared to other IoT tech such as sensing, networking and analytics. Maybe it’s because it’s such a new and abstract concept for most people. Well, that’s about to change. In this episode of the IoT Business Show I speak with Dimitri Volkmann about producing the digital twin for the Industrial Internet of Things.


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Category:general -- posted at: 8:05am PDT

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Bruce Sinclair narrates the introduction chapter of his book, IoT Inc: How Your Company Can Use the Internet of Things to Win in the Outcome Economy. The book has 16 chapters plus a preface, the introduction chapter I read here and a conclusion chapter. If you want an overview of the 16 chapters, listen to the bonus episode two podcast episodes back.


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Direct download: internet_of_things_business_podcast_83.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:37am PDT

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Listen to this episode with Bruce Sinclair which is a recording of his opening keynote address at Insurance Nexus 2017 in Chicago. This speech, entitled, The Internet of Things and Insurance, discusses the opportunities and threats that IoT tech presents to the Insurance industry and uses an example from Bruce’s family for illustrative purposes.


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Category:general -- posted at: 1:23am PDT

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In this bonus episode, Bruce will provide a short, high-level summary of each chapter of his book, IoT Inc: How Your Company Can Use the Internet of Things to Win in the Outcome Economy. The goal is to help you get to know it better. It’s not a reading from the book, but it will give you an overview of the topics covered in its 300 pages.


The book is divided into three parts and 16 chapters:


Part One: The Business End of IoT

  • Chapter 1: IoT Tech Defined from a Value Perspective
  • Chapter 2: Creating Value with IoT
  • Chapter 3: Monetizing IoT Value
  • Chapter 4: The Changing Customer Relationship

Part Two: Analyzing Your Business Through the IoT Lens

  • Chapter 5: Your Industry and The Changes Coming
  • Chapter 6: IoT Competition and IoT Competitive Advantages
  • Chapter 7: The Outcome Economy
  • Chapter 8: Your IoT Company – Department by Department
  • Chapter 9: Defining Your IoT Product’s Requirements
  • Chapter 10: Getting Started

Part Three: A Tech Deep Dive on IoT

  • Chapter 11: The Software-Defined Product
  • Chapter 12: The Hardware-Defined Product
  • Chapter 13: The Network Fabric
  • Chapter 14: External Systems Including Other IoT Products
  • Chapter 15: IoT Analytics on Big Data
  • Chapter 16: IoT Cyber Security and Risk Management


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Category:general -- posted at: 3:08am PDT

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There’s no denying it, robots are cool, even more cool when you call them cyber-physical systems, which is what they are, but they’re also IoT systems. And applying the thinking of IoT to robots makes them even cooler and more valuable because instead of being discrete systems, they can be integrated as a component of an IoT environment, working together with other components, to deliver outcomes. In this episode of the IoT Business Show I speak with Chris Jones of iRobot about the Roomba and its place in the IoT world.


Read the rest of the show analysis notes including the transcripts at: http://bit.ly/IoTPodcast81notes


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Direct download: internet_of_things_business_podcast_81.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:07am PDT

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We’ve all heard it before: garbage in – garbage out. This is especially problematic with IoT data where dirty data, data that is well formed but wrong, can cause a butterfly effect chain reaction, polluting the data lake, resulting in bad decisions and bad business. In this episode of the IoT Business Show I speak with James Branigan about what bad data is, how to identify it, stop it and then deal with the aftermath.


Read the rest of the show analysis notes including the transcripts at: http://bit.ly/IoTPodcast80notes


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Direct download: internet_of_things_business_podcast_80.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:26am PDT

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This is a rerun of Podcast 63. We all know, whether from experience or just intuitively, that bolting security on an IoT product after much of the development has been completed is a total rookie mistake, and a recipe for disaster. Yet this still happens. By crowdfunded startups who don’t mention security in their videos, to internal teams in larger enterprises who also emphasise the bling in order to get their project greenlit from within. In this episode of the IoT Business Show I speak with Chris Romeo about the Security Development Lifecycle, the polar opposite to the bolt-on, that’s been successfully used in IT security for years.


Read the rest of the show analysis notes including the transcripts at: http://bit.ly/IoTPodcast63notes


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Direct download: internet_of_things_business_podcast_rr_63.mp3
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