ICYMI Through October 4, 2021
Thomas Wolfe wrote You Can’t Go Home Again but perhaps Tom Brady didn’t read that novel, because he went home to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro Massachusetts to play the New England Patriots, his team for two decades. Brady, who may need Super Bowl toe rings (his fingers will be full) if he keeps going, won a squeaker, 19 -17. His opposing quarterback was still in diapers when Tom first played for the Patriots, so good things keep going. Same for these newstips, each good for at least a first down.
Joe Jensen, Intel vice president in the Internet of Things Group, has an article in Forbes titled Three Ways Tech Is Fueling the Post-Pandemic Upstart Boom.
IoT and the cloud teamed up from the beginning, and here’s a way to use AWS to manage IoT devices.
Smart air filters somehow became the subject of an article in the Wall Street Journal. When air quality changes, the filter sends a text.
Hospitals in Bangkok and all of Thailand are making use of more and more IoT-enabled tech to better care for patients.
IoT devices and networks help prevent water damage in companies, says Facilitiesnet.com. Early warning is particularly critical on higher stories of tall buildings.
A company is testing a way to send data to IoT devices over sideband radio frequencies, says Radio World.
The banking and financial services market keeps adding more and more IoT systems.
Security Intelligence takes a look at the new encryption options for Ring video doorbells and more.
Security Magazine takes a wider view at how IoT is reshaping video surveillance.
University of Missouri engineers won a cybersecurity research grant from the National Security Agency. Goal is to learn from past cyberattacks on smart devices to thwart the next one.
The insurance industry hopes to move from reaction to prevention thanks to adaption of new IoT devices.
Construction safety and monitoring will improve as new companies like Zyter work with established groups.
The French Government launched a project in 2020 to make IoT more resilient with the principle of Integrated Monitoring & Recovery Component (iMRC).
NIST started the process to create a consumer labeling program for cybersecurity in IoT.
Oracle joined the IoT Community as a Diamond level corporate sponsor.
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