Over 200 people attended by Internet of Things session at Denver Startup Week 2016! Titled
Huh. I’ve been developing, strategizing and writing about connected devices for more than a decade,
While much of the focus given to the Internet of Things lately is centered on
“Not Your Father’s Platform – How to Connect the Internet of Things” was the subject
2015 stands to be a great year for all of us — I hope — and this outcome seems certain for the developers of several hot new platforms for M2M and the Internet of Things. The four new-school platforms I review in my January/February 2015 column in Connected World Magazine which blur the bright line I drew in my column between device management and application enablement platforms.
I get asked about M2M and the Internet of Things (IoT) all the time. Sometimes on the record as an Associate Partner with strategic consultancy 151 Advisors, other times as a Council Member for expert network Gerson Lehrman Group. While the questions I get asked range all over the map, several are quite common — and these form the basis for my December, 2012 Connected World Magazine column “M2M and Internet of Things FAQs.”
“151 Advisors isn’t afraid to roll up its sleeves and do the dirty work by
Join me at the UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center for GigaOm’s Structure Connect 2014, two
Even on the hottest day of summer, a greenhouse can offer a restful, cool respite. Hobby greenhouses are generally a labor of love, the “labor” made more intense by the lack of consumer-grade “smart” greenhouse controllers. Commercial greenhouses have long used sensor networking to automate environmental control and improve watering efficiency. But similar tools have not available to hobby growers…. until now.
When a friend recently asked for my perspective on the Internet of Things in the enterprise, I started to drone on with my usual answer about M2M, the Industrial Internet and the smart grid… but that’s when I realized some fresh thinking was needed. How does the new crop of consumer-oriented connected devices such as connected cars, smart watches, heads-up displays and fitness bands intersect with corporate information strategy? How can organizations use these new tools to improve customer service and employee productivity?