IoT Now Magazine 2021 Q3 – IoT organisations target simplification as volumes ramp up

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Simplification is an essential target as IoT organisations ramp up volumes and look to accelerate time-to-market but traditional projects are enabled via a complicated web of different technologies from different vendors. We’re starting to see the ecosystem respond and bring pre-packaged sets of functionality to market that will reduce the number of vendors companies need to interact with and reduce integration efforts. This can’t come too soon as new waves of technology layer on further complexity.

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  • Talking Heads: Laird Connectivity’s Jonathan Kaye and Chris Boorman explain how a versatile sensor platform can help accelerate time-to-market and let IoT organisations focus on their data
  • Case Study: How to design IoT for the completely connected control room
  • Industrial IoT: George Malim warns that rushing to a wrong decision can have long-term negative consequences for industrial IoT deployments
  • Report: The Matter Standard is simplifying smart home integration by setting a standard for devices to interconnect. This report, sponsored by Infineon Technologies, explains what the Matter Standard means for security, connectivity and the smart home
  • Smart Home Security: Tony Savvas explores the latest advances in smart home security
  • Smart Meters: Kigen explains how the smart meter market is being supercharged by the arrival of eSIM technology
  • eSIM Development: Tony Savvas details how the eSIM market is not only growing but also changing shape
  • Virtual Antenna Technology: Dr Carles Puentes explains why Ignion’s Virtual Antenna is changing the game for IoT connectivity
  • Smart Agriculture: Robbie Paul says IoT is now connecting the agriculture process from start to finish enabling the sector to be more data-driven and efficient
  • Smart City Security: David Maidment explains how PSA Certified is helping to ensure security and enable the evolution of smart cities

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