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The Data Crisis is Unfolding – Are We Ready?

The Data Crisis is Unfolding – Are We Ready?
by Kalar Rajendiran on 04-09-2024 at 6:00 am

Global Data Sphere for Healthcare Data

The rapid advancement of technology, including generative AI, IoT, and autonomous vehicles, is revolutionizing industries and enhancing efficiency. At the same time, such advances also generate huge amounts of data to be transmitted and processed to make sense and provide value to consumers and society as a whole. In essence,… Read More


Designing for Security for Fully Autonomous Vehicles

Designing for Security for Fully Autonomous Vehicles
by Kalar Rajendiran on 03-05-2024 at 10:00 am

OSI Seven layer model for securing network communication

With the advent of IoT devices, vehicles have become increasingly interconnected, offering enhanced automation, connectivity, electrification, and shared mobility. However, this progress also brings forth unprecedented challenges, particularly in ensuring the safety and security of automotive electronics. The complexity… Read More


Points teams should consider about securing embedded systems

Points teams should consider about securing embedded systems
by Don Dingee on 07-18-2023 at 10:00 am

Connected devices in a home

Wishful thinking once prevailed that embedded systems, especially small embedded devices, rarely needed security, and if they did, simply installing a “secure” operating system or a security chip would keep them safe. Connecting devices big and small on the Internet of Things (IoT) shattered such insular thinking… Read More


10 Impactful Technologies in 2023 and Beyond

10 Impactful Technologies in 2023 and Beyond
by Ahmed Banafa on 01-25-2023 at 10:00 am

10 Impactful Technologies in 2023 and Beyond

There are many exciting technologies that are expected to shape the future, the following are some of the technologies that will impact our lives in the coming 5 years at different levels and depth:

Generative AI, also known as generative artificial intelligence, is a type of #AI that is designed to generate new content or data … Read More


CES 2023 and all things cycling

CES 2023 and all things cycling
by Daniel Payne on 01-10-2023 at 10:00 am

smart tire company min

It’s January so time for me to review what I’ve found at CES this year that relates to cycling. Unlike last year when there were many last-minute cancellations from exhibitors, in 2023 it’s in-person and bigger than ever. The electrification of bikes continues, and many of these electronic devices are cloud… Read More


9 Trends of IoT in 2023

9 Trends of IoT in 2023
by Ahmed Banafa on 01-03-2023 at 6:00 am

9 Trends of IoT in 2023

The year 2023 will hit all 4 components of IoT Model:

  • Sensors,
  • Networks (Communications),
  • Analytics (Cloud)
  • Applications

With different degrees of impact.

 IoT Trend 1: Growth in Data and Devices with More Human-Device Interaction

By the end of 2019 there were around 3.6 billion devices that are actively connected to the Internet… Read More


Microchips in Humans: Consumer-Friendly App, or New Frontier in Surveillance?

Microchips in Humans: Consumer-Friendly App, or New Frontier in Surveillance?
by Ahmed Banafa on 10-11-2022 at 10:00 am

Microchips in humans

On 2021, a British/Polish firm known as Walletmor announced that it had become the first company to sell implantable payment microchips to everyday consumers. While the first microchip was implanted into a human way back in 1998, says the BBC News—so long ago it might as well be the Dark Ages in the world of computing—it is only recently… Read More


5G for IoT Gets Closer

5G for IoT Gets Closer
by Bernard Murphy on 07-05-2022 at 6:00 am

5G for IoT

Very recently, 3GPP announced that 5G Release 17 was finalized. One important consequence is that 5G RedCap (reduced capacity) is now real and that means 5G becomes accessible to IoT devices. Think smart wearables (e.g. watches), industrial sensors and surveillance devices. “So what?”, you protest. “I don’t need 5G on my watch.… Read More


Webinar: From Glass Break Models to Person Detection Systems, Deploying Low-Power Edge AI for Smart Home Security

Webinar: From Glass Break Models to Person Detection Systems, Deploying Low-Power Edge AI for Smart Home Security
by Daniel Nenni on 03-13-2022 at 10:00 am

Untitled design

Moving deep learning from the cloud to the edge is the holy grail when it comes to deploying highly accurate, low-power applications. Market demand for edge AI continues to grow globally as new hardware and software solutions are now more readily available, enabling any sized company to easily implement deep learning solutions… Read More


The Metaverse: A Different Perspective

The Metaverse: A Different Perspective
by Ahmed Banafa on 03-06-2022 at 6:00 am

The Metaverse A Different Perspective

The term Metaverse has been a hot topic of conversation recently, with many tech giants like Facebook and Microsoft staking claims. But what is The Metaverse?

Author Neal Stephenson is credited with coining the term “metaverse” in his 1992 science fiction novel “Snow Crash”. He envisioned lifelike… Read More