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   IOT JOURNAL NEWSLETTER | NOV. 9, 2016
   » Insuring a Home for the IoT
   » Sniffing Out the Right Cars
   » Reframing Cyber Security
NEWS STORIES
How Residential Insurers Are Approaching the IoT
Internet of Things technology is set to deeply impact every type of insurance product and all categories of insurers. Here, we survey how and why residential insurance providers are looking to leverage smart-home products.
By Mary Catherine O'Connor
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MyDealerLot Offers Beacon- and Drone-based Vehicle-Management Solution
The Bloodhound system is designed to allow dealerships to use smartphones, tablets or flying drones to locate cars by means of Bluetooth beacons attached to vehicles and walls.
By Claire Swedberg
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After a Quick Germination, The Things Network Takes Root Slowly
A new partnership, announced Monday, should put the company back on track for shipping gateways and nodes to backers worldwide.
By Mary Catherine O'Connor
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2017 RFID Journal Awards
Phoenix, Ariz. • May 9-11, 2017
Be recognized for your achievements in RFID and Internet of Things technologies. Enter next year's RFID Journal Awards, which will include new award categories. Entries must be submitted by Feb. 17.
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EDITOR'S NOTE
Why You Should Elect to Be Part of the IoT
Just like our democracy, the Internet of Things will break if we do not take an active role in it.
By Mary Catherine O'Connor
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EXPERT VIEWS
Does the Internet of Things Need a Standardized Communication Architecture?
We may have to wait five or more years for the industry to reach a consensus on standards. Could the smart use of the right types of software bring us to a viable IoT communication architecture sooner?
By Arup Barat
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Zombie Outbreaks, Inoculations and the IoT
When fundamentally insecure devices are connected to the Internet of Things, this does a disservice not only to consumers, but to everything else on the internet.
By Jim Hunter
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The Health of the IoT Depends on Cyber Security
It's time to change the framing around what cyber security means and how to adequately maintain the health of our digital networks.
By Rebecca Lawson
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Call for White Paper Submissions
Post Your Document to the RFID White Paper Library
RFID Journal invites members of the academic, industrial and research communities to submit white papers relevant to the fields of radio frequency identification and the Internet of Things. Topics can include supply chain, manufacturing, health care, retailing, security, asset tracking, privacy, standards and regulations, and more. Institutions and individuals can submit their work electronically. White papers accepted for publication will be added to IOT Journal's online library and spotlighted in one of our e-newsletters. To submit white papers, e-mail rhandley@rfidjournal.com.
WHITE PAPERS
Overcoming Challenges: Best Practices for IoT Implementations
Some early adopters of Internet of Things technologies are discovering and embracing the IoT as a path toward new business models or revenue streams. International Data Corporation, in a white paper sponsored by National Instruments, discusses how the IoT functions as a network of uniquely identifiable endpoints that communicate without the need for human interaction. The report also explores several pitfalls to avoid when planning an IoT implementation.
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The Internet of Things and Its Impact on Testing
Zephyr's Shailesh Mangal and Checkpoint Technologies' Bob Crews discuss how, with the rise of the Internet of Things and smart devices, testing practices must evolve, and planning and designing at the beginning of a project could prove crucial to success.
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Phoenix, Ariz. • May 9-11, 2017
RFID Journal LIVE!, the world's most important RFID event, will feature industry tracks covering retail and apparel, manufacturing, health care and pharmaceuticals, defense and aerospace, supply chain and logistics, the Internet of Things, innovation, and technology and infrastructure. The event will also feature fast-track RFID Professional Institute Certified Associate training, presented by RFID4U, as well as the co-located IEEE RFID 2017 conference.
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About IOT Journal
IOT Journal is the leading source of news and in-depth information regarding Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. Our mission is to be the ultimate resource for businesspeople looking to understand how IoT technologies can help their company to be more efficient, flexible and responsive and to create smart products for both business-to-business and business-to-consumer markets. IOT Journal was launched in late 2014 by RFID Journal, a trusted and respected technology information resource that has been serving radio frequency identification (RFID) decision-makers worldwide—online and at face-to-face events—since 2002.

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