ICYMI Through September 6, 2021
One resource that continues to grow and multiply is billionaires with “interesting” ideas. Go to space, like Bezos, Branson, and Musk? Old hat. Own a basketball team? Go, Steve-o. Floating city? Peter Thiel is outside your jurisdiction. Build a $400 billion city in the desert? Welcome to the club, Marc Lore and Telosa. Hot newstips? We can all afford these, so enjoy.
Microsoft’s Windows Server IoT 2022 has rolled out into general availability. More security, better Azure integration, and new licensing options should help.
Forbes outlines more about the Internet of Behavior, where all manner of IoT products and services make for smarter patient management, better employee experiences, personalized customer experiences, and a few more things.
Interested in a look at how IoT and low-cost networking help farmers in Africa? Here you go.
DIY’ers will enjoy reading about the Best Esp32-Cam Projects in 2021, at least so far. Computer vision made easier and easier.
Cisco’s accelerator program for startups, LaunchPad, will showcase seven new approaches from Cohort 2021 to solve problems with IoT in fleet management, pipeline monitoring in India, and more.
China carried out around 800 IoT-based pilot city programs since 2020, and its Made in China Strategy 2025 and other projects expect to total over 10 billion IoT connections by 2025.
Seems sad that National Hog Farmer magazine has to carry FBI warnings about IoT vulnerabilities and cyber-criminal attacks. Maybe that’s because Kaspersky counted over 1.5 billion IoT cyberattacks in the first half of 2021.
If you or your customers have a Fortress S03 Wi-Fi Home Security System, now is the time to patch and purge the malware.
IoT fans tout preventative maintenance as a leading industrial application, and Relayr, a German company, has a short case study for us.
A National Science Foundation (NSF) grant will fund smart city research in Chattanooga.
Do you yearn to have IoT make you feel better? Talk to Emma, the AI robot masseuse.
From our friends at Hackster.io:
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