“Internet of Things” Aims to Wire Daily Life

How many bad days start with waking up late in the morning and lost keys? The “Internet of Things” hopes to fix these everyday problems by connecting devices on user friendly platforms, like smart phones. CES Unveiled in Las Vegas on Sunday night offered a preview of the IoT tech we can expect to see this week at CES. Rachel McCubbin and Maura Barrett report.

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  1. Hi Rachel
    I have the following free event coming up in Boston on March 26th, I thought it might be interesting to you and your fellow students that are following the IOT space. There are some classes during the day and a showcase at the end of the day where you get to see some new technology,network with tech companies while enjoying a free drink and some food.

    Internet Of Things Event Coming to Boston March 26th

    Register now at: http://www.arrow.com/iotimmersions

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is driving the next wave of innovation unlike anything the world has ever experienced. The journey towards a connected planet has already started, but like all significant global changes, challenges still lie ahead. For enterprises to prosper from the next wave of innovation, companies must innovate at unprecedented speed, explore new business models, and offer new services for their customers, shaping the world of tomorrow. To maximize the opportunity in the space, it requires innovators to embrace forward-looking thinking and the development of interactive Intelligent Systems across all levels and sectors. Innovation in IoT has already started, but how will you address the needs of this new world in sectors such as: Smart City, Healthcare, Transportation, Security, Big Data and Analytics?

    Why Should You Attend?
    • This event will host over 36 hours of Free classes, key note addresses and technology panels
    • 3 hours Networking Showcase in the evening, where you can meet over 50 of the leading technology companies
    . • The Showcase will have technical solutions for Smart City, Medical, Cloud, Data Security, Data Analytics, Transportation and Telematics, and Supplier Sponsor Booths
    • We have exciting partners at this event. AT&T is a Diamond Sponsor and we have leaders such as Freescale, Qualcomm-Atheros, Intel, NXP, IBM, Atmel, Honeywell, LTC, STM, Palo Alto Networks, TE Connectivity, Littlefuse, Micron, Microchip, Telit, VMware, Oracle, NetApp…to name a few.
    Check out the full list at: http://www.arrow.com/iotimmersions/custom/pdf/our-sponsors.pdf

    Location: Hynes Convention Center ,900 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02115 Sample

    • Qualcomm – WiFi Enabled IOT – Connected Lighting Case Study
    • AT&T – Impact of Connected Devices in the Enterprise Space
    •Texas Instruments – Overcoming the Challenges With IoT
    • Linear Technology – Rugged, Low Power, Reliable Wireless Sensor Networks for IoT
    • NXP – Secure Connections for a Smarter World
    • Freescale – End Point to the Cloud for IoT Enablement • Microchip – Designing Embedded Systems to Effectively Leverage the Cloud
    •Renesas – Building a High Performance IoT Solution •Atmel – Creating a Connected Community of Devices •Intel – Accelerating the Development and Deployment of the Internet of Things
    • Telit Wireless Solutions – One Stop, One Shop Internet of Things Solution Builder

    Register now at: http://www.arrow.com/iotimmersions

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