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The Interconnected Web of Work

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

“Imagine stepping into a car that recognizes your facial features and begins playing your favorite music. A pair of gloves that knows the history of your vehicle from the time of its inception as a lone chassis on the factory floor. “ –Doug Davis on IoT@Intel

Trends in the Internet of Things (IoT) has been fascinating to follow.

In my last blog on the topic I mentioned the 4 challenges facing an IoT system as spelled out by James Stansberry, SVP and GM, IoT Products, Silicon Labs: functionality, energy, connectivity and integration.

Four elements make up successful IoT hardware

Four elements make up successful IoT hardware

This had me thinking… Does this paradigm apply only to the hardware of IoT?


Drilling Down on the Internet-of-Things (IoT)

Thursday, May 7th, 2015

Did you know there will be 50 billion connected devices by 2020?

I am not making it up!

This was the future painted by Dr. Martin Scott, SVP and GM, Cryptography Research Division, Rambus, in a scintillating session on the Internet of Things (IoT) at the Silicon Summit 2015 event organized by Global Semiconductor Alliance in April.

What will the future look like when there will be more than six devices for every person on the planet?

I’ll summarize what I learned regarding three IoT topics: the components, the scope and the challenges.

Components of an IoT System

Dr. Scott laid out the high-level components of an IoT system: (more…)

38th VLSI Design Conf. Keynote: Nilekani on IoT and Smartphones

Thursday, January 8th, 2015

Real Intent and its distributor Claytronic Solutions participated this week at the the 28th International Conference on VLSI Design in Bangalore, January 5-7.


Real Intent booth in the exhibition area

The conference is hosting industry’s first IoT-Ideathon, a 60 – hour long event, in which over 100 students and young professionals are taking part and to create 25 new and innovative applications in the internet-of-things.

In keeping with the IoT theme, Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani Monday predicted emergence of smart phones with biometric sensors in a keynote address.

“As biometric sensors get popular and cheaper, the next generation of smart phones will have iris cameras built into them. In a year or two, we will have sub-$100 smart phones with an iris camera that does authentication of the Aadhaar number,” Nilekani, a former Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) chief.


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