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EP065 - How cloud-edge hybrid strategies drive IoT success - Sastry Malladi, CTO & Co-Founder, Foghorn
Tuesday, Jun 30, 2020

In this episode, we discuss the business value of machine learning on the edge, and the increasing need for hybrid edge-cloud architectures. We also propose some technology trends that will increase usability and functionality of edge computing systems.

 

Sastry is the CTO and co-founder of Foghorn. He is responsible for and oversees all technology and product development. Sastry’s expertise include developing, leading and architecting various highly scalable and distributed systems, in the areas of Big Data, SOA, Micro Services Architecture, Application Servers, Java/J2EE/Web Services middleware, and cloud computing.

 

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EP064 - Connecting assets as easy as installing an app on a smartphone - Peter Sorowka, CTO, Cybus.
Tuesday, Jun 16, 2020

In this episode, we discuss how improved data access control can remove barriers to use case adoption in complex environments by enabling effective IoT governance. We also imagine a future of connected industry where data is an asset to be monetized effectively.

Peter Sorowka is the Chief Technology Officer and Managing Director of Cybus. Cybus develops a smart networking solution for Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Cybus enables innovative industrial equipment manufacturers to provide data-driven value-added services, such as quality management, remote monitoring or predictive maintenance, to its customers from manufacturing and logistics. For more information, please visit cybus.io.

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EP 063 - How IoT can be sustainable and humane - Bob Sharon, Chief Innovation Officer, Blue IoT.
Thursday, Apr 30, 2020

In this episode, we discuss smart building environmental management systems. A crisis is the best time for disruptive technologies because there is motivation and incentives to change the old system. The environmental crisis sparked the change for technologies that address sustainability. Improvements in wireless connectivity, cloud computing, open source APIs, and SaaS operating models, enable more flexible and cost effective solutions. Potential benefits of improved building management systems include reduced carbon footprints, more sustainable solutions, lowered costs, increased cybersecurity and productivity.

Bob Sharon is the Founder and Chief Innovation Officer of Blue IoT. Blue IoT is the global leader in data and information driven virtual building and facilities automation. Blue IoT delivers end to end integrated data and technology driven services around real time optimisation, predictive maintenance and machine learning that maximises clients’ operational effectiveness and efficiencies across all building, precinct, asset, facility, maritime and smart city sectors. https://www.blueiot.com.au/

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EP062 - Advanced Machine Vision and Deep Learning Systems - Iain Smith, Managing Director, Fisher Smith
Tuesday, Apr 07, 2020

In this episode, we discuss the use of deep learning mechanisms to accomplish tasks that are not possible with traditional rule-based systems. We use two cases to illustrate how deep learning can be used to solve non-traditional and recognition problems within hours.

This is part 2 of 2 with Iain Smith on machine vision.

Iain Smith is Managing Director and Co-Founder at Fisher Smith. Fisher Smith designs and supplies machine vision systems for automatic inspection and identification of manufactured parts on industrial production lines. https://fishersmith.co.uk

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EP061 - A primer on machine vision: technologies and use cases - Iain Smith, Managing Director, Fisher Smith
Wednesday, Mar 25, 2020

In this episode, we give an introduction to machine vision technology, use case adoption trends, and key success factors for an high accuracy solution. We also review decision making process to determine the right tech stack, and cost structure for low and high complexity systems. 



This is part 1 of 2 with Iain Smith on machine vision. 

Iain Smith is Managing Director and Co-Founder at Fisher Smith. Fisher Smith designs and supplies machine vision systems for automatic inspection and identification of manufactured parts on industrial production lines. https://fishersmith.co.uk

 

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EP060 - How to integrate the IT and OT for better IIoT deployments - Keith Higgins, Vice President of Digital Transformation, Rockwell Automation
Tuesday, Mar 17, 2020

In this episode, we discuss how to improve the ways a company accesses, processes, and leverages data to make better decisions. We open the question of what digital transformation actually means for industry as opposed to non-industrial sectors. Keith also discusses what the PTC partnership means for IT and OT integration.

Keith Higgins is Vice President of Digital Transformation at Rockwell Automation. He previously served as Vice President at FogHorn and CMO at RiskVision until its acquisition in 2017. Rockwell Automation, Inc. (NYSE: ROK), is a global leader in industrial automation and digital transformation. We connect the imaginations of people with the potential of technology to expand what is humanly possible, making the world more productive and more sustainable. Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Rockwell Automation employs approximately 23,000 problem solvers dedicated to our customers in more than 100 countries. To learn more about how we are bringing The Connected Enterprise to life across industrial enterprises, visit www.rockwellautomation.com.

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EP059 - Connectivity, processing, and storage trends reshaping the IoT landscape - Ed Kuzemchak, CTO, Software Design Solutions
Tuesday, Mar 10, 2020

In this episode of the IIoT Spotlight Podcast, we discuss the improving connectivity, storage, and processing cost structures, and 5G’s relevance or irrelevance for IIoT. 

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EP058 - A conversation on AI, social responsibility, and future disruptions - Neil Sahota, Master Inventor, IBM
Monday, Mar 02, 2020

In this episode of the IIoT Spotlight Podcast, we discuss the current state of AI in practice, the integration of AI and IoT, and the importance of new data sources designed for machine use. On a more human angle, we highlight the importance of measuring social impact while deploying disruptive technology.

Neil Sahota is an IBM Master Inventor, United Nations Artificial Intelligence subject matter expert, and on the Faculty at UC Irvine. With over twenty years’ experience, Neil works with clients and business partners to create next generation products/solutions powered by emerging technologies. He is also the author of Own the A.I. Revolution, a practical guide to leveraging A.I. for social good and business growth. 

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EP057 - Databases designed for the IoT - Syed Hoda, Chief Commercial Officer, Crate.io
Thursday, Feb 13, 2020

In this episode of the IIoT Spotlight Podcast, we discuss the challenges facing companies when they scale industrial use cases that rely on large complex data streams and trends driving the development of systems at scale by traditional industrials that are expanding their business scope.

  • What is different about data in IoT and why is it harder than other projects?
  • Why do traditional databases and dev-ops methods fail in IoT projects?
  • How do consumer application development trends interact with, and drive, the development of industrial applications?

Syed Hoda is the Chief Commercial Officer and President North America at Crate.io, which develops IIoT data management solutions for customers around the world. An IoT industry veteran, Hoda most recently served as CMO of digital manufacturing platform company Sight Machine, and previously had been CMO of ParStream, the IoT analytics company acquired by Cisco Systems Inc. He lives in Palo Alto, California. https://crate.io/products/crate-iot-data-platform/

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EP056 - Airbnb for telecommunications - Frank Mong, COO, Helium
Monday, Dec 09, 2019

In this episode of the IIoT Spotlight Podcast, we discuss how Helium is providing universal and affordable connectivity for IoT devices, provided by people, and secured through a blockchain.



How do you provide connectivity where there is no infrastructure?

How do you incentivize people to contribute to an open-source connectivity ecosystem?

What are the connectivity challenges facing IoT device manufacturers today?



Frank Mong is COO at Helium, where he is leading the global go-to-market strategy for the company. He is responsible for sales, marketing and business development at Helium. Before Helium, Mong spent 20 years in cybersecurity including CMO at Hortonworks, SVP of Marketing at Palo Alto Networks, and VP/GM of security at HP. frank@helium.com



Helium is building the world’s first peer-to-peer wireless network designed specifically for IoT devices. Helium's technology will help spark a wave of innovation by enabling a new generation of small, mobile, low-powered IoT devices that include remote wildfire and agricultural sensors, micro-mobility trackers, and more. helium.com



Use cases: Helium.com/enterprise

Developer resources (software, hardware, firmware, connectivity documentation): helium.com/developers

Buy Helium Hotspot: helium.com/store

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