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  • State of the Global Supply Chain: The Top Issues Facing Industry Executives for 2016 and Beyond
    Published September 2016
    GT Nexus partnered with researcher YouGov, a global online community of more than four million individuals, to determine where senior manufacturing executives stand on such topics as the technologies—including RFID—and issues that have the most notable impact on the supply chain, their primary challenges and their goals for improvement, and whether or not they have a chief supply chain officer in place to help manage the above. This white paper outlines the results of that research. (14 pages)
  • How to Avoid the Most Common IoT Monetization Mistakes to Maximize Today's Real Market Opportunities
    Published September 2016
    With the collective ecosystem around Internet of Things utilization expanding, figuring out how to create new revenue models and bill for these services—and to do so quickly—is more important than ever. This white paper, from THINKstrategies, addresses the most common IoT mistakes, strategies and tactics to successfully monetize initiatives, agile monetization platforms, and real-world success stories of IoT monetization. (13 pages)
  • Device Security for the Industrial Internet of Things
    Published August 2016
    The Industrial Internet of Things is driving investment in new technologies and manufacturing methodologies as companies rush to capitalize on a predicted $14 trillion economic gain. A wave of new connected devices is the result, many of which are small endpoint devices running real-time operating systems. In this white paper, Renesas' Carl Stenquist and Wil Florentino and Icon Labs' Alan Grau describe security requirements for IIoT devices and the solutions currently available for securing them.
  • Globalized M2M and IoT Connectivity
    Published July 2016
    More than 13 billion connected devices are estimated to exist, with more than 5.5 million new ones coming online daily. The challenge many enterprises face with an ever-growing network of connected "things" is how to effectively capture and channel the data being exchanged. EMnify explores machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity, how IoT applications are enabled by M2M technology, the existing options for IoT connectivity, and data management and security for manufacturers preparing for a global deployment of internet-enabled devices. (18 pages)
  • The IoT and BPM Matchbook
    Published July 2016
    Business process management (BPM) suites have become a leading technology for fast, enterprise-changing systems that can optimize and streamline workflows for organizations in nearly every industry. PNMsoft explores the possibilities afforded by connecting wearables to business processes and integrating Internet of Things devices with case-management and work-optimization systems. (16 pages)
  • Simplifying the IoT: Connecting, Commissioning and Controlling With Near Field Communication
    Published June 2016
    Eventually, most devices will be interconnected to collect sensor data or enable control of the smart-home environment. In the future, PCs and mobile phones could become outnumbered by small "headless" devices with limited or no user interface. The NFC Forum describes how Near Field Communication specifications will help developers and manufacturers to bring the Internet of Things' benefits to where people live, work and play. (14 pages)
  • Measuring Intensity Levels of Electromagnetic Fields Generated by RFID Readers
    Published June 2016
    Ilya Rakhmanov and Valeriy Belousov, of EMC Vega Corp.'s RFID Center, present the results of tests conducted to measure the levels of electromagnetic (EM) fields generated by RFID equipment, in order to verify compliance with Russian standards and health regulations. (12 pages)
  • What Is SHaaS? And Why Should You Care?
    Published June 2016
    Qorvo Low Power Wireless' Cees Links discusses how U.S. consumers are interested in smart-home services, the features they want and how they plan to use such technologies. (6 pages)
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