Internet Of Things Webinar Series | Basics

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The Internet of Things, or IoT, is emerging as the next technology mega-trend, with repercussions across the business spectrum. By connecting to the Internet billions of everyday devices, ranging from fitness bracelets to industrial equipment, the IoT merges the physical and online worlds, opening up a host of new opportunities and challenges for companies, governments and consumers.

Gartner, Inc. is the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company and IDC the world’s leading Market research both say that.

The Internet of Things (IoT), which excludes PCs, tablets and smartphones, will grow to 26 billion units installed in 2020 representing an almost 30-fold increase from 0.9 billion in 2009. It is also said that IoT product and service suppliers will generate incremental revenue exceeding $300 billion, mostly in services, in 2020. It will result in $1.9 trillion in global economic value-add through sales into diverse end markets. The growth in IoT will far exceed that of other connected devices. By 2020, the number of smartphones tablets and PCs in use will reach about 7.3 billion units. In contrast, the IoT will have expanded at a much faster rate, resulting in a population of about 26 billion units at that time.
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We @Mobodexter have the know-how and the skills needed to incorporate IOT into you field of work, whatever it may be.

Join us for a FREE Webinar on IOT, the tools needed to embrace and empower IOT for your field of work. In this webinar our Speaker will provide insights on the following.

  • IOT
  • Architecture
  • Applictions
  • Security and Privacy
  • Building IOT application

We will also go over some of the real time case studies where in IOT has revolutionized business.
We have limited no of seats for this webinar and this would be on a first come first serve basis, so do register at the earliest.
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Scheduled Time
Date: 15 Dec 2015
Time: 07:30 PM (IST)
09:00 AM (EST)

Featured Speaker

Srinidhi Murthy
Technical Architect
MOBODEXTER
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IoT and M2M driving force and concerns

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Enterprises will drive IoT, M2M use – Research

Research Firm 451 Research has published its findings on IoT, M2M adoption and will be driven by enterprises. This is due to the decrease in pricing of Hardware and overall Bandwidth. Middle ware and Data Platforms based out of Cloud will allow for much easier and faster to gain access to previously unheard of amounts of Data and what can be done with it.

This research also points out that all these factors have lead enterprises of all sizes to adopt this model and this in turn drives the IoT and M2M use. In terms of wearables, the Research has found that 39 percent of IT decision makers in the U.S. who use or plan to use wearables will launch solutions in the next six months. The introduction of the Apple watch has started the wearable revelation and every company now wants to have a similar products and enterprises and end users alike are open to the idea of wearables. Its also points out that wearables might add in a key interface to Industrial IoT and its adoption.

http://www.channelnomics.com/channelnomics-us/news/2414075/enterprises-will-drive-iot-m2m-use-451-research

Security and Network Management are the biggest concerns for IOT / M2M

Most of the home automation products seem to be vulnerable to security. Recently many home automation products like Hubs and cameras have been hacked, allowing hackers to control or capture images and videos.

Network Management is another big concern. With so many products and so many IP addresses being added to a network, network management which seemed to a mundane task has suddenly come to the limelight. New ideas are being discusses to manage the same.
http://www.channelnomics.com/channelnomics-us/news/2370191/survey-security-network-management-top-iot-concerns

Scale of Internet 2015

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Trust on internet and the business generated out of the internet is shifting to a different scale. KPCB research reveals a few key messages on the internet usage and a shift in business patterns emerging in different geographies like USA, China & India.

* Global Internet user growth is solid but slowing. Global Smartphone subscription growth is solid but slowing.

* Global internet usage growth is strong due to growth of Mobile & Video.

* Total internet ad revenue is 50B in which mobile ad contributes 13B.

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Wearable for Enterprise – A new opportunity unfolding for Application development business

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Wearables are new revolution in Tech industry and its a fast growing business. Most of technology giants are investing in wearable  including Apple, Google, Samsung, Intel, Sony and others.  Smart watches, badges, Bracelets , fitness straps Pendants, glass, Shoes and dress are some which has already created enormous interest.

Though initially Wearables were used for fitness tracking and social activities it is finding its way into the  enterprise world .  IT leadership and other company decision-makers consider wearable tech as critical to future success  of their business.   One of the biggest advantage is the constant flow of data when using wearable which companies can use to reach employees and Customers.

Salesforce had conducted a survey on Wearable for  Enterprise ” Putting Wearable to work” and the results show where the IT industry is moving with Wearable devices.

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Global smartphone shipments declined 9.2% in Q1

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Smartphone Market:
TrendForce has complied a market report on worldwide market shipment that reflects a few things about smartphone market & shipment.

– Global smartphone shipments in the first quarter of 2015 (Jan-Feb-Mar) stood at 291.2 million units, down 9.2% compared to the last quarter of 2014. This means the market has shrunk in Q1. Primary reason quoted is slow down of smartphone sales in China. Is this an impact due to Chinese new year? or People waiting for newer phone to arrive?
The report also says that market will rebound in later half of 2nd quarter. Continue reading