ICYMI Through January 2, 2023
Welcome to 2023, or month 37 of 2020 if your luck tends toward bad, like how The Old Farmer’s Almanac predicts winter will be cold and snowy on the east side of the country, while the west will be milder and wetter. On the other hand, The Mirror quotes Nostradamus: “A failing economy could lead to cannibalism.”
Need an IIoT cloud? TechRepublic compares AWS to Azure for Industrial IoT.
KORE and Google Cloud will collaborate on IoT solutions used by KORE’s Connectivity-as-a-Service (CaaS).
Parks Associates discusses the next step in controlling the 16 connected smart devices in the average Internet-linked U.S. household: Vision-based technology.
Geektime lists IoT as a “buzzword” for 2023. Maybe a little late?
Security Boulevard sets “/polite off” with the article, “Don’t let your ignorance make you vulnerable to IoT attacks.”
A short video on the Acceleration Economy says IoT, VR, and AR will push the manufacturing industry forward.
University project or not, news about powering IoT devices wirelessly and sans battery is worth following. This research from Saudi Arabia harvests RF energy.
HealthTec magazine takes a look at IoMT, as in Internet of Medical Things, and its increasing number of uses in healthcare.
New integrated circuits from Semtech labeled LoRa EDG LR1120 can track items globally, including during sea shipping, thanks to LoRaWAN, 2.4 GHz, or satellite links. LifeProTip: always use them around the Bermuda Triangle.
GCN says states should launch more hand-on cybersecurity labs with hands-on exercises and not wait for the feds to do it for them (they say it more politely).
Just in time for CES, TechAeris takes a look at “The state of security in consumer devices.” Much remains to be done.
Wonder what tech the big banks are betting on? IoT is all over the predictions from BBVA.
From our friends at Hackster.io:
Like the idea of a smart grocery store that tracks the items you add to your cart and charges you automatically? Here’s how to build your own IoT AI-driven grocery cart.