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ICYMI Through July 11, 2022

Added to IoTplaybook or last updated on: 07/18/2022
ICYMI through November 12, 2018

NFL fans have waited a long time for something exciting. Cheer up, because some NFL teams open training camp on July 18 and others follow soon. Prepare for wall-to-wall NFL sports talk starting this week.

TechNative offers us “4 Ways IoT is Transforming the Field Service Industry.”

It seems the centralized – distributed merry-go-round never ends in IT, right? IoT offers both device-to-cloud centralization and edge computing distributed systems as described here by Analytics Insight.

Of course, IoT can help with environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues at enterprises. Can’t manage what you don’t measure, according to the management consultants.

One might expect that digs into the world of Industrial IoT regularly, and here are “Eight Key Trends for the Industrial IoT.”

A little dip into social media, as we learn via Verdict that future cities experts mentioned IoT in Twitter discussions more than any other term in Q2.

Also from Verdict, here’s a quick overview of the four stages of IoT development on the way to a fully automated world.

Are you in the industrial safety vertical? Then maybe you already know that MSA Safety will acquire IoT solution provider Sierra Monitor Corporation for its fixed gas and flame detection instruments among other tech.

There’s no remediation details, but Security Boulevard lists “7 Common IoT Attacks that Compromise Security.”

Our friends at CEPro offer advice to home automation IoT integrators interested in providing wellness technology as well.

Continuing the smart home thread, here’s Elizabeth Parks from Parks Associates with some of their research on the “Disconnect Between Market Hype and Actual Customer Behavior.”

Eclypses, a Boston-based data protection provider and developer, signed with Senet to ensure its MTE technology for enhanced digital security will include FIPS 140-3 validation.

From our friends at

Learn all about the new $6 IoT platform, the Raspberry Pi Pico, in this video with Hackster’s Alex Glow. The new RP2040-based microcontroller adds Wi-Fi connectivity to 2021’s Pico version.