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Scalable Software with Devops for Industrial IoT

Scaling Industrial IoT (IIoT) solutions requires a DevOps organization that can manage increased software and hardware complexity in terms of capability, capacity and footprint. DevOps is derived from Development and Operations and is one of the buzz words for ICT companies. Often it is the amalgamation of Software Developers from …

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How IoT Keeps Mine Workers Breathing Underground

Illustration: © IoT For All Underground mines are large industrial operations and prime for IoT adoption, especially where safety is concerned. Mines are often in remote geographic locations. While an open-pit mine, even a large one, can be inspected by drones and other straightforward methods, underground mines are dark, complex, …

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How Big Data and IoT Are Connected

Illustration: © IoT For All Big data and the Internet of Things (IoT) are inherently connected. In this article, you’ll receive a quality overview of how the relationship between the two functions. Big Data Big data as a term and a field, has been around for some time. It relates …

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Hardware Threats to an IoT Ecosystem

Illustration: © IoT For All An IoT ecosystem, like any biome on Earth, is constantly subjected to changes and threats at various scales. Whether the system is an asset tracking solution in a hospital to help deliver more effective healthcare or cold chain management ensuring temperature control during transportation, the hardware/sensor is …

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The Role of WiFi in IoT

Illustration: © IoT For All The trend to support a diversity of connectivity under a common platform is not confined to wireless broadband. As the Internet of Things (IoT) gathers pace, there will be far greater demand for machine-to-machine (M2M) connections, many of them wireless. These will have even greater …

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IoT Device Security is Not One-and-Done

A device may be in your pocket, in your home, or in the field. While it’s tempting to talk about IoT device security as a singular thing, that disguises the complexity. Worse, it could keep you from recognizing how devices could be vulnerable. Much like the STRIDE framework is used to …

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