The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclair (general)

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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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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.


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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.


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There are two types of manufacturing: discrete manufacturing where the output is physical, countable things, and process manufacturing, where the output is chemistry – think oil & gas. Process manufacturing has been consistently instrumented for over two decades so it is not surprising that they’re a little ahead of their discrete counterparts on their path to IoT. In this episode of the IoT business show I speak with Peter Zornio about IoT analytics in process manufacturing, and his advice is applicable to all industries.


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There’s all kinds of opinions about where the value is in IoT. Well, a group that put their money where their mouths are, are investors. This is a panel discussion where I interview two VCs with similar goals but different approaches. In this episode of the IoT Business Sow I speak with Upal Basu and Jesse DeMesa about what they look for when making an Internet of Things investment.


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Lose five pounds of belly fat in five days! Sound too good to be true? Yeah, it probably is and because of that you would expect the FTC to be all over it. But instead of weight loss products, what about IoT products? What’s fair? What’s deceptive? In this episode of the IoT show I speak with Jared Ho about the FTC’s role in IoT and some guidelines to help your company navigate through the gray.


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Security and privacy are uttered together so often that many believe they’re the same thing. They’re not. Security is a technical issue and privacy is a business issue, and furthermore, privacy is only one type of liability that should be considered when talking IoT security. In this episode of the IoT Business Show I add a bit of sharpness to the security and privacy narrative.


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What’s the legal definition of a product? Does it cover IoT and is IoT classified a product or a service? Given our laws were never designed for the types of products being sold today, it’s not surprising that there are different interpretations of our current laws and regulations when it comes to IoT. In this episode of the IoT Business Show I speak with Ron Quirk and Alex Schneider about the legal limbo we’re in and how the legal landscape is evolving to catch up with the times.


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Let’s face it, deploying IoT within a company, especially a large one, is an exercise in change management. To be successful on this multi-year journey takes a lot of planning, getting your priorities straight, some politicking and a bit of luck. There’s no need to reinvent the wheel, learn from your peers. In this episode of the IoT Business Show I speak with Maciej Kranz who shares his experience in what works and what fails miserably.


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It seems like predictive analytics gets all the attention these days but generally speaking, it requires either a Data Scientist or a machine learning algorithm operating on lots of event data, in order to predict the all-important dimension of time, at least to any degree of useful certainty. Enter prognostic analytics. In a closed system of uniform conditions, prognostic analytics can make better predictions about the “when”. In this episode of the IoT Business Show I speak with Moritz von Plate about how the characteristics of this older-school stats make it very well suited for predictive maintenance in Industrial IoT.


Read the rest of the show analysis notes including the transcripts at: http://bit.ly/IoTPodcast73notes


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