In today’s IoT Time, Essence releases a consumer study that reveals users’ preferences in connected home technology, Qualcomm buys CSR and The Guardian reports that Google’s been working with NASA to get around FAA rules on commercial drone testing. In MyIoT, Ken lets us know that he’s on Google’s side here and tells the FAA to stop wasting time and resources on enforcing a ban when they should be encouraging testing and regulating for safety.
ILS Technology CEO Fred Yentz discusses the evolution of the M2M market and the value proposition of the massive amounts of data that are generated by the Internet of Things and how that data can be used to generate business value.
Bernard Aboussouan from GainSpan discusses the opportunity in embedded M2M in healthcare and connected home markets.
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David Thompson and Jake Sailana explain their DSL, fiber, IPTV, connected home and other products from their Supercomm demo.