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ICYMI Through September 14, 2020

Added to IoTplaybook or last updated on: 09/14/2020
ICYMI through November 12, 2018

Are you ready for some football? College and NFL fans should have plenty to talk about at the water cooler, er, Slack / Teams sports threads today. The first quarter of some NFL games were a little sloppy, but seconds quarters looked pretty good in most cases. Guess those conspiracy theorists saying four NFL preseason games are just a money-grabbing scheme were right. Who else is right? Those who read these great little newsbits that we missed while painting our faces before kickoff.

Azure IoT TLS users will find the new Internet of Things Show on Microsoft's MSDN Channel9 titled "Azure IoT TLS – Changes are coming," useful.

ARM processors are big (because they're small) in the world of IoT. NVIDIA processors are big (because they're large and powerful) in the world of AI and analytics. Now that ARM will become a part of NVIDIA, both ends of the IoT ecosystem will almost certainly get some new goodies. At least according to this roundup in Forbes, which is the best we've found so far.

Intellectual Property in IoT is getting more and more important. Check out "Implications of IoT for Intellectual Property," by some IP lawyers.

Feeling bugged lately? IoT is "Bringing Pest Control into the Future." Mostly by controlling environments to slow pest growth, but still interesting.

Does a statewide IoT public infrastructure sound like a good idea for your New York business? Cornell, funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation, is looking at spreading a public LPWAN network everywhere possible.

A Bosch-centric view of how IoT is changing, well, pretty much everything.

Plex Systems discusses the Hype vs Reality of Industrial IoT. A little Plex-centric since it's their blog, but they do offer a free ebook in exchange for your contact info.

In the healthcare IoT biz? Then maybe you already know that Parks Associates found that 42% of broadband households now own a connected health device. 15% own a connected medical device.

Some good info on how AI and IoT can work together in the AIoT in multiple industries. May not be too far away.

Southern Asia readers may like to see what India Today believes about a career in IoT.

From our friends at Hackster.io

When summer ends, so does the growing season. If you want strawberries grown inside, here's a good way to do it.