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Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, and Standby Power Discussed at NEMA-Moderated CES 2019 Panel

Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, and Standby Power Discussed at NEMA-Moderated CES 2019 Panel

This piece was originally published in the May/June 2019 issue of electroindustry. Steve Griffith, Industry Director, Transportation Division, NEMA The Internet of Things (IoT) wave was evident more than ever at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held recently in Las Vegas where more than 4,500 exhibitors showcased their latest tech innovations. Industry Director Steve Griffith moderated a panel there called, “Navigating Regional and Global Policies for IoT Consumer Markets.” During Read more […]

IoT: What Is in a Name?

IoT: What Is in a Name?

This piece was originally published in the August 2016 issue of electroindustry. Robin Duke-Woolley, Beecham Research The Internet of Things (IoT), a term first coined by Kevin Ashton in 1999, is an ever-developing concept; new terms related to it pop up all the time. Since it is easy to get carried away quickly with definitions in this area, it is important to step back and understand how terms related to the IoT came about. The term IoT was originally associated with radio-frequency Read…

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