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Revving the Engine of IoT: The Evolution of Underlying Technologies

Original Air Date: Oct 27, 2016 Webinar
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is on a trajectory for rapid expansion and deployment. Applications and uses of IoT are now well established in multiple market segments, from the automobile to the factory [MF1], into the office and home, and beyond. In parallel, the underlying technologies required to build and deploy the systems that deliver on the IoT business vision are rapidly evolving.

New capabilities at the silicon level for greater intelligence, determinism, built-in security, and imaging processing power are becoming common across vertical IoT applications. The IoT engine has evolved [MF2] into a combination of highly advanced processing technologies, finely tuned with critical software elements and integrated into market-specific form factors.

Join Intel and members of its IoT ecosystem for a robust discussion on the latest technical advances and how they are being used to build innovative IoT applications in multiple markets. Joining the discussion will be:

  • ADLINK - Shawn Jack
  • Advantech - Dirk Finstel
  • Congatech - Christian Eder
  • Kontron - Harvey R. Berman
  • Supermicro - Kanti Bhabuthmal
Speaker

Jonathan Luse, General Manager, IOTG Planning and Product Line Management, Intel Internet of Things Group (IOTG)

Jonathan Luse is the General Manager of Roadmap Planning and Product Line Management for Intel's Internet of Things Group (IOTG). He is responsible for the overall short and long term product definition and management of IOTG's product line definition and deployment. Jonathan holds an Electrical Engineering degree from The Ohio State University and an MBA from Arizona State University.

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