Smart Products White Papers

  • De-risking IoT Wireless Design: Leveraging Certified Modules and Rapid Iteration
    Published February 2017
    Low-power IoT wireless design is challenging, because the very concept of where a connected product begins and ends gets stretched across hardware, firmware, local mesh and device operations in the cloud. Add in IoT's constraints around size, unit cost, mass distribution and power consumption, and it's clear that for a successful product, every aspect of the wireless design must be carefully considered and optimized. In this white paper, Rigado discusses two key strategies for IoT wireless design: leveraging pre-certified modules to reduce risk and time to market, and planning for continued iteration via remote updates. (8 pages)
  • Internet of Things Security and Privacy Recommendations
    Published December 2016
    The Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group (BITAG) highlights a number of issues that contribute to the lack of privacy and security on Internet of Things devices—ranging from an absence of IoT supply chain experience to a shortage of secure network software updates to malware insertions during manufacturing. (43 pages)
  • Smarter Fashion
    Published November 2016
    Uwe Hennig, Detego's CEO, charts the rise of smart devices and the Internet of Things in fashion, looking at new and better ways to meet the needs of today’s connected shopper. (5 pages)
  • The Internet of Things and Its Impact on Testing
    Published November 2016
    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. (12 pages)
  • Overcoming Challenges: Best Practices for IoT Implementations
    Published October 2016
    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. (10 pages)
  • What Is the Real Value of the IoT?
    Published September 2016
    Qorvo's Cees Links explains how the Internet of Things is making people's lives better, thanks to wearable devices such as the Fitbit, as well as smart homes and other applications. This white paper considers where the value of the IoT lies, how this value is generated and how important it is to be "better and faster." (4 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.
  • 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)
  • What RAIN RFID Brings to the Internet of Things
    Published December 2015
    Growth of the Internet of Things is forecast to exceed that of other connected devices. Estimates predict the resulting economic value-add that businesses will derive may be as high as $1.9 trillion, with adoption being led by retail, manufacturing and health care. The RAIN RFID Alliance explains how RAIN RFID, as an essential building block of the IoT, can enable many new applications and business models, as well as make them affordable and practical. (7 pages)
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