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My articles on LinkedIn about IoT

This is a list of all my posts about the Internet of Things (IoT) on LinkedIn:
  1. Digitisation – the ‘power’ of IoT (27 views)
  2. The 6 myths of the Internet of Mystical Things (27 views)
  3. Reference for the Internet of Things (IoT) (21 views)
  4. Where legacy operations management comes up short (18 views)
  5. Monitoring of perishable goods in a retail environment (14 views)
  6. The Pareto of Things (12 view)
  7. Improving the cost effectiveness of operating ATMs (11 views)
  8. Onboard PowaINFRA gateway deployment (11 views)
  9. The role IoT plays in network causation (11 views)
  10. Powatag: the IoT bicycle lock for your assets (11 views)
  11. Powatherm 30 day buffer offline mode (10 views)
  12. How to make IoT sensors secure (9 views)
  13. Deploying IoT in short term insurance (9 views)
  14. IoT in medical deployments (7 views)
  15. Powapresence: leveraging passive infrared sensors in an IoT ecosystem (7 views)
  16. The use of IoT in data centres (7 views)
  17. Powacontact+: the swiss army knife of IoT (5 views)
  18. Creating digital buildings (4 views)
  19. Fork-lifting legacy monitoring systems (3 views)
  20. Idea: Powaprobe (out of band ping) (3 views)
  21. Powatag - the asset management IoT solution (2 views)
  22. The use of IoT devices in data centres (2 views)
  23. Meeting the certificate requirements of the Medical Control Council (1 views)
Please leave a comment on any ideas for an Internet of Things (IoT) article.


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