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  • Community Blogs: Thought leadership in Applied IOT Engineering

    All members have the ability to publish blog posts on any topic related to IOT Engineering. This is a great way of contributing to the body of knowledge outside of any contraints we have in other community activities and wiki entries. 

    We would encourage you to post blogs because they: 

    • Help clarify your own understanding of IOT engineering
    • Are a way of gaining constructive feedback on your ideas
    • Develop your thought leadership and help attract a following, which is great for your career.

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Living Government: Collaboration, connecting people and providers, & delivering ground breaking public services

The 2nd Annual All-of-Government NZ Digital Transformation is a premier conference bringing leaders from the Government together to identify opportunities to develop New Zealand’s digital capabilities for better public service delivery. The event will include insightful case studies as well as interactive panel sessions discussing a range of topics. This event was previously held in 2017, with over 100 Government leaders in attendance.  Attend the two-day conference to hear how other Governme

Waleed Ahmed

Waleed Ahmed

 

Australian Smart cities and infrastructure

Efficient buildings and public lighting; access to clean energy and water supplies; the ability to travel efficiently; a sense of safety and security - these are the prerequisites modern cities must fulfill to stay competitive and provide a decent quality of life for citizens. The 3rd Annual Australian Smart Cities and Infrastructure Summit delivers a programme that offers solutions to these challenges. Link to further details: http://elm.aventedge.com/iot-asci-home Contact Waleed Ahme

Waleed Ahmed

Waleed Ahmed

 

Registration of Engineers

The news about the possibility for Engineers to be registered to provide engineering services made me think about IoT domain. I encourage reading the consultation paper here The proposed eligibility requirements are the likes of the Queensland Board (BPEQ). Qualifications Experience Make sense: A Degree should tell that someone is capable. The experience should be backed by a degree. This is Status Quo,  Steve Jobs would have a different opinion  Ok,, back to the su

Cesar A Gonzalez

Cesar A Gonzalez

 

Wearables, or Unbearables?

I’ll be blunt: the hype surrounding wearables as a mainstream commodity item is overstated, even in the context of IoT. I confess that I do own a watch, a gift from my wife, but I also confess that it languishes somewhere in the “third draw down”, along with other items that are out of sight and out of mind, but not necessarily in that order. Indeed, back in the day, everyone who could afford one wore a watch. When I was going through school, calculator watches were the representation of th

Jon Eggins

Jon Eggins

 

IoT patent filing strategies

One aspect of a patent strategy is a foreign patent filing strategy. But were should patent applications be filed? Two selection criteria are a market's size and rate of growth. Germany, for example plans to put more digital solutions in their factories than the US does. Apparently: It would appear that a European patent application (which covers Germany) or a German national patent application would be a good idea for IoT solutions for predictive maintenance, autonomous ro

Justin Blows

Justin Blows

 

Three things rising IoT companies need to know

There are three things Rising IoT companies need to know: what technologies their competitors are developing, who might be a friendly acquirer (Google and Apple are frequent acquirers, for example), and  potential litigation risks. A patent analysis can answer these questions, and inform patent strategy. For example, developers of Bluetooth low energy (BLE) technology may benefit from knowing that: there are over 1000 patents filed and granted for this cent

Justin Blows

Justin Blows

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