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IOTC CONNECTED HOME WEBINAR SERIES

The Internet of Things Consortium is launching another four-part WEBINAR SERIES focusing around CONNECTED HOME this August and throughout September and we are inviting you to join our expert talks in form of a LIVE Virtual Conference for FREE. Watch leaders in the Connected Home space present on behalf of their companies and feel free to type in your questions which will be addressed at the end of each session.

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And you only need to register once for access to all 4 webinars in this series.

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If you/your company would be interested in participating on future Webinars, put us in touch with your Marketing representatives to find a suitable topic/ date for you to present.

Please contact Nancy Pennou (nancy@iofthings.org) and Megan Ford (assistant@iofthings.org)

IOTC WEBINARS

IOT PODCASTS

Our curated list of IoT podcasts is a collection of the best conversations happening in the industry today. Listen in and learn from thought leaders, innovators and great minds as they share insights, behind-the-scenes information and firsthand experiences.

Know of a podcast that should be included on our list? Please contact us to submit it for review.

The Internet of Things Podcast – Stacey On IoT

Host Stacey Higginbotham has covered technology since 2001. Of Stacey on IoT she says:

“In my years covering tech I became more fascinated by the stuff we were able to do on vast computing networks and ever speedier mobile and wireline broadband networks. Finally all of the elements of the technology I’ve covered in more than a decade have culminated in this moment and we’re creating the internet of things. No matter what you call it, we’re at a pivotal moment in the evolution of human creativity, business creation and productivity gains. We could see the gains we make in these next few years help us conserve resources and let us lead safer and healthier lives or we could open the door to a dystopian society where our every thought is monitored and our every utterance is effectively for sale. I hope to explore all of these issues, the people who will make it possible and the devices that will lead us there in the IoT Podcast. I hope you will join me.”

 

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Episode 230: Which IoT satellite efforts will fail?

This week I get excited about a new home water monitoring product from Phyn while Kevin migrated his Nest account over to a Google account. We also discussed the creation of IKEA’s new Home Smart business unit and Amazon’s dream of putting Alexa in every car. SimpliSafe adds a door lock, MIT researchers build an … Continue reading Episode 230: Which IoT satellite efforts will fail?

Future of Living

The Future of Living podcast explores how people connect to the places they live with technology. The series dives into the latest Internet of Things (IoT) and smart living technologies, trends affecting the spaces and places that make up smart cities, and new ways for managing life as more and more of the things around us get connected.

Host Blake Miller is a serial entrepreneur with expertise in smart city development, emerging technologies and the Internet of Things. Blake was the lead architect behind the Kansas City Smart Initiative, which won a 2017 Edison Innovation Award and he currently serves as the CEO of Connected Building Solution Homebase.

 

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Who’s The Next Blockbuster?

We like to end each episode with the “Lightning Round”, a series of questions meant to elicit answers off the top of the guests head. The funny thing about this...

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The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show is the most influential IoT (Internet of Things) podcasts engaging, educating, and entertaining listeners about relevant digital tech trends. Tune in to the live show Tuesday at 12 p.m. CT or listen to podcasts downloadable through iHeartRadio and iTunes.

Peggy Smedley is an internationally known speaker and highly respected personality in the media world educating businesses and consumers on the latest technological advances shaping everyday lives. An outspoken advocate and supporter of connected devices and M2M technology, Peggy is the quick-witted host of The Peggy Smedley Show, the editorial director of Connected World magazine and its sister publication Constructech, as well as the president of Specialty Publishing Co.

 

Listen to the most recent episode:

08.13.19 | Episode 627

In 2025, each connected person will have at least one data interaction every 18 seconds. Peggy shares that we are expecting a whole lot of data traffic and we need to answer the question: How are we going to keep up with all the storage demands? She summarizes what data centers look like today and what is next.

Tech Cat Show Podcasts

The Tech Cat Show will give you the vital information that you need to stay ahead of the curve in technology as it relates to consumers and trends in marketing, entertainment and ‘business to consumer’ opportunities. You’ll hear from leading experts in the media and content business as they talk with Lori and share meaningful advice on how to navigate. Every show delivers insights and “nuggets” of information that you can take off line and activate on. Whether it’s a piece of business advice, a website or app to check out or a must attend trade show, Lori is the expert and authority in technology trends for all ancillary business opportunities.

Lori H. Schwartz is a true technology catalyst (‘Tech Cat’). As a leading advisor and speaker in marketing and tech innovation, Lori collaborates with top creative and strategic executives of multiple brands, tech and content companies to ensure their understanding of emerging business models while designing unique experiences to create engagement.

 

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The Road2Infinity: Creating Premium Events with Jeremy Muir/FNTECH

This week on the Tech Cat Show, the Road To The Infinity Festival/Hollywood, we chat with Jeremy Muir, CEO of FNTECH, a full-service, live event production company and leader in visual innovation and LED technology. Headquartered in San Francisco and Southern California, FNTECH has successfully partnered with scores of blue chip companies such as Apple, Facebook, HP, Vans and Volcom to create multi-faceted, high profile, newsworthy events. New this year, FNTECH will be partnering with the festival. Jeremy will be sharing what it takes to bring world class events to fruition, driven by the latest tech and why tech and storytelling are so inherently intertwined. Join us this week on the Tech Cat Show as we dive into the future of events with CEO, Jeremy Muir.

IoT Product Leadership Podcast with Daniel Elizalde

Join Daniel Elizalde as he interviews Product Leaders on what it takes to launch IoT products into the market. Whether you are a Product, Design, Engineering, UX, Data, or Business Leader, the IoT Product Leadership Podcast will give you insights into how top companies approach the lifecycle of their IoT products.

Host Daniel Elizalde helps companies define a strong IoT product strategy. He is the author of the IoT Decision Framework, which he uses to train product teams around the world through his online IoT Product Management Certificate Program and his popular classes on Product Management for the Internet of Things at Stanford Continuing Studies. Learn more at danielelizalde.com.

 

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How IoT is Powering Precision Agriculture

In this episode of the IoT Product Leadership podcast, we discuss How IoT is Powering Precision Agriculture. My guest today is Ranveer Chandra, Principal Researcher, Microsoft. IoT can be a force of good to help fight some of the biggest problems in the world. That’s why I’m so excited about this episode. In this episode, Ranveer walks […]

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The Voices of The Internet of Things with Chuck Martin

Conversations with people who are making a difference in the Internet of Things. These are the leading thinkers involved in driving and dealing with a connected world of billions of smart devices. Voices include executives at brands and ad agencies and business leaders across multiple industries. Subjects discussed include The Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality, autonomous vehicles, wearable devices and smart home appliances, among others.

 

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Christian Gormsen, Eargo

A conversation with Christian Gormsen, Chief Executive Officer at Eargo.

Christian has been a Management Consultant at McKinsey, Senior Vice President at GN ReSound and Chief Operating Officer of Sterling Airlines.

At Eargo, Christian leads the team looking for ways to improve the hearing of millions of people.

IoT for All Podcast

The IoT For All Podcast is focused on bringing together the smartest and most creative minds in the Internet of Things (IoT) industry to share their knowledge and experiences with the world. The ultimate goal is to help others succeed and educate the world on the benefits and inner workings of the Internet of Things industry. IoT For All is a leading technology media platform dedicated to providing the highest-quality content, resources, and news centered on the Internet of Things and related technologies. IoT For All’s mission is to make IoT more accessible to everyone by providing a platform where individuals, experts, and companies alike can come together and freely share their expertise, experience, and knowledge on the Internet of Things with the world. Our featured #AskIoT series will showcase a variety of brilliant people putting their mark on the Internet of Things industry every day — and allow the audience to ask them questions directly.

 

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Regulation Alone Won’t Secure IoT-Enabled Devices

The post Regulation Alone Won’t Secure IoT-Enabled Devices appeared first on IoT For All

Not everyone is sold on the idea that regulations dictating security standards for IoT devices will actually improve security. A multi-pronged approach would be more effective, including manufacturer-initiated best practices and consumer education.

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