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Optimizing The Smart Home For The IoT

Raoul Wijgergangs, Vice President of Z-Wave Business Unit
Sigma Designs

As the IoT grows around us, producing unimaginable amounts of data from our workplaces, public spaces, and even our body wear, it is important to remember that the home is, and always will be, the central conduit between people and the IoT world. Most of our lives are spent in our homes, and with many global populations trending senior and aging in place, this reality will only intensify for foreseeable future. MORE

Consumer Frustration Will Drive Stronger IoT Device Security

Mike Lynch, Chief Strategy Officer
InAuth

The proliferation of IoT devices is skyrocketing. According to Gartner, approximately 5.5 million new IoT devices are connected to the internet each day in 2016, an increase of 30 percent from 2015, bringing the worldwide total to 6.4 billion connected things for the year. If currently growth rates hold, there will be almost three devices for every single person on Earth in 2020. MORE

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