Category Archives: Internet of Things

Security-Grundlagen für Entwickler: Erweiterte Security für LPWAN-Geräte

In unserem digitalen Zeitalter sind wir überall von Vernetzung umgeben. Jeder und alles tauscht sich untereinander aus. Ein sehr wichtiger Bestandteil dieser digitalen Vernetzung ist das IoT mit zahllosen Anwendungsfällen. Jedoch lässt sich nicht jeder Anwendungsfall mit einer einzigen Technologie … Continue reading

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Aktuelle Mobile-Trends

Wie bereits in einem früheren Blogpost erwähnt – Mobile ist nicht nur Smartphone. In diesem Post werden Trends betrachtet, welche in engem Zusammenhang mit dem Thema «Mobile» stehen.

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The Internet of Things – Designing a Product or an Experience?

Too many companies focus on designing an IoT product rather than designing an IoT user experience. These three design principles may help set you straight.

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Securing the Internet of Things – Building security in from the bottom up

After more than 25 years of developing our experience in securing the Internet, we know that there is no silver bullet, no one single control that is adequately going to protect a device. We know that security is a multi-layered … Continue reading

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Digital Transformation: 3D printing by the consumer

What if, instead of having to stock countless units of aging spare parts, manufacturers could simply e-mail their customers a file that allowed those parts to be 3D printed at home (or at a 3D service provider)?

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The Internet of Things: Utility vs. Privacy

I previously raised the subject of how the Internet of Things feels and its creepiness. Why does unconsented data collection feel wrong? Well, it probably goes against our preconceptions of our right to privacy.

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M2M and IoT: what’s the difference?

M2M (Machine-to-Machine) and IoT (Internet of Things) are two related terms that are commonly bandied around but, because of their main similarities, are hard to distinguish. In some respects, it depends on who is using a particular term: the product … Continue reading

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LBS and IoT: not just what but where

LBS, Location-Based Services, are most-widely known in association with mobile devices (e.g. smart phones) with a built-in GNSS [Global Navigation Satellite System1] receiver, picking up signals from earth satellites, or correlating and trilaterating signal strengths of known WiFi or mobile telephone … Continue reading

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What must owners do when they on-sell an IoT-enabled product?

Many products change their ownership at some point in their lifetime, and this should also be considered for IoT-enabled devices. IoT-enabled devices also inhabit a virtual dimension that needs to be either preserved, transferred, or deleted, or a combination of all three.

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The Internet of Things: elements of delivery

What elements of an Internet of Things solution do we need to deliver (develop) to be successful?

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