Microshare and Senet Partner to Bring Vertical IoT Data and Networking Solutions to Facilities Management and Logistics Markets

Microshare and Senet Partner to Bring Vertical IoT Data and Networking Solutions to Facilities Management and Logistics Markets

Microshare and Senet Partner to Bring Vertical IoT Data and Networking Solutions to Facilities Management and Logistics Markets

Senet today announced a partnership with the IoT data sharing and governance firm Microshare to deliver IoT data-centric solutions to the facilities management and logistics markets.

This partnership extends Microshare’s Smart Facilities Management (SFM) and Logistics Management Solutions (LM) to Senet customers, allowing for IoT sensor data to be broken out of silos and enriched with more context to create new efficiencies and revenue opportunities. Through the combination of Senet’s cost-effective LoRaWAN™ network and Microshare’s approach to data storage, governance, and micro-contracts, customers can optimize operations at facilities and across logistical networks by controlling the flow of information and creating new business models based on actionable granular data.

Microshare, based in Philadelphia, provides Smart Facilities Management and Logistics Management solutions that give logistics professionals, property owners, managers, facilities management providers, tenants and supply chain coordinators a turnkey solution to controlling costs and issues across a portfolio of properties or assets. These solutions are quick to deploy, inexpensive to maintain, and constantly able to adapt to changing needs.

The Microshare facilities suite enables managers to leverage data to better manage staff and subcontractors in ways that control costs, avoid liabilities, improve relations with vendors and tenants, and help shape future lease and contract terms. Microshare’s logistics solution enables granular tracking, maintenance, depreciation, and other leveraging of transportation vehicles, physical plant, infrastructure and other elements of your supply chain, transforming inert assets into networked sources of intelligence and revenue.

“This is the kind of partnership that is helping move IoT from the drawing board to reality in many companies,” said Ron Rock, CEO of Microshare.

“Our goal is to help companies go beyond merely saving a bit of operational budget and to unleash the revenue potential of the data they can generate internally. That means partnering with leaders like Senet to help define the data standards of the emerging IoT economy.”

“To identify the strongest insights and make IoT data truly actionable, the right technologies and processes must be in place to collect, store, enrich and share it,” said Senet CEO, Bruce Chatterley. “We are excited to partner with Microshare to help customers unlock new IoT revenue streams and contribute to ensuring IoT realizes its full potential of delivering economic, environmental, and social improvements.”

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Cisco’s Innovation Strategy In this episode of #TheGrubbCast, I set the stage by talking about Cisco’s Five-Way Strategy for innovation – Build, Buy, Partner, Invest, Co-Develop. Build refers to Cisco’s 19,000+ engineers and $ 6.3B investment in Research & Development – but of course no one company can invent everything. That brings us to… Buy – […]
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Applied Networking Research Prize: Winners Announced, Nominations for 2018 Now Open

As we rapidly approach the last Internet Engineering Task Force meeting for the year, we’re pleased to report that the final winners of the Applied Networking Research Prize (ANRP) for 2017 have been announced.

The ANRP awards for IETF 100 go to:

Paul Emmerich for developing the high-speed packet generator MoonGen.
Paul Emmerich, Sebastian Gallenmüller, Daniel Raumer, Florian Wohlfart, and Georg Carle, “MoonGen: A Scriptable High-Speed Packet Generator,” in Internet Measurement Conference (IMC) 2015, Tokyo, Japan, Oct. 2015.

Roland van Rijswijk-Deij for analysing the impact of elliptic curve cryptography on DNSSEC validation performance.
Roland van Rijswijk-Deij, Kaspar Hageman, Anna Sperotto and Aiko Pras, “The Performance Impact of Elliptic Curve Cryptography on DNSSEC Validation,” in IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, Volume 25, Issue 2, April 2017.

For the 2017 award period of the ANRP, 39 eligible nominations were received. Each submission was reviewed by several members of the selection committee according to a diverse set of criteria, including scientific excellence and substance, timeliness, relevance, and potential impact on the Internet. Based on this review, six submissions were awarded an Applied Networking Research Prize in 2017.

Paul and Roland will present their work at the IRTF Open Meeting during IETF 100 in Singapore. Remote participation details will be available in due course.

The ANRP is awarded for recent results in applied networking research that are relevant for transitioning into shipping Internet products and related standardization efforts. Researchers with relevant, recent results are encouraged to apply for this prize, which will offer them the opportunity to present and discuss their work with the engineers, network operators, policy makers and scientists that participate in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and its research arm, the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF). The goal of the Applied Networking Research Prize is to recognize the best new ideas in networking, and bring them to the IETF and IRTF especially in cases where they would not otherwise see much exposure or discussion.

The nomination window for ANRP 2018 is now open and you can submit nominations until November 5, 2017. More information about the ANRP is available including full details of the nomination process.

Please nominate (or self-nominate) and help to support great networking research in getting the recognition it deserves at the IETF in 2018!

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One-day Conference in Bangalore Emphasizes Education and Networking for Developers Who Implement MIPI Specifications

One-day Conference in Bangalore Emphasizes Education and Networking for Developers Who Implement MIPI Specifications

PISCATAWAY, N.J., BANGALORE: September 27,2017 – The MIPI Alliance, an international organization that develops interface specifications for mobile and mobile-influenced industries, today announced highlights of its forthcoming developers conference, MIPI DevCon Bangalore. The one-day event will provide education, technical training and a networking forum for implementers of MIPI specifications.

WHAT: MIPI DevCon Bangalore

WHEN & WHERE: 27 October 2017, at the Leela Palace Bengaluru in Bangalore, India

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: The conference is tailored to developerswho are interfacing sensors in mobile, IoT or automotive designs, or integrating imaging, displays and touch components in connected cameras, tablets, laptops and other devices. The program’s technical content and practical use case sessions will appeal to system architects, engineers, engineering managers, and business and marketing executives. Members of the media and industry analysts are invited to attend with complimentary registration.

WHO IS SPEAKING AT THE EVENT: MIPI Alliance working group chairs and other MIPI experts will lead keynote and technical sessions to share their implementation experiences,demonstrate use cases and provide application examples. Several MIPI Alliance member companies will conduct product demonstrations.

WHY MIPI ALLIANCE IS HOSTING THE EVENT: Mobile technologies are rapidly expanding into new markets such as wearables, IoT, automotive and augmented/virtual reality. Many companies in Bangalore and across India’s high-tech industry are actively pursuing these growth opportunities.

MIPI DevCon Bangalore will bring the latest information on MIPI specifications to developers in the region. Educational sessions will highlight how developers can apply MIPI specifications to achieve significant performance and integration advantages while shortening time to market and lowering component costs. In addition to the educational sessions, the exhibit area will offer opportunities to interact with MIPI member companies and view product demonstrations. The event schedule provides several networking opportunities as well.

“The focus of MIPI DevCon Bangalore is on developers who are implementing MIPI specifications in high-performing, cost-effective designs for mobile, IoT, automotive and other markets,” said Joel Huloux,chairman of the board of MIPI Alliance. “MIPI DevCon Bangalore will bring education on MIPI specifications to this region’s development community through implementation guidelines, best practices, use cases and access to industry experts.”

PROGRAM DETAILS: The MIPI DevCon Bangaloreagenda features expert commentary and presentations from MIPI members representing the industry’s top companies working in mobile, IoT, automotive and other fast-growth markets.

Five comprehensive tracks will cover:

• MIPI Sensor and Sideband Interfaces – MIPI I3C and MIPI VGI for Sideband GPIO
• MIPI Verification and Test– Challenges and Solutions
• MIPI Interfaces for Automotive – Implementation Strategies and Use Cases
• MIPI Interfaces for Imaging – Applications and Use Cases
• MIPI Connectivity – Approaches and Implementations


 

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