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Assessing Risk on Home Network Security Devices Jeff Fellinge
Many options are available today to protect your IoT and other smart devices. These devices monitor network usage, look for common misconfigurations, and alert you to possible vulnerabilities or activities that could allow an attacker into your home network and grant access to your sensitive data.

Qorvo Webinar Covers Design Challenges Tommy Cummings
The summit is a month-long series of virtual webinars on design challenges for 5G, Wi-Fi, radar, mobile, and motor control. The free webinar kicks off Aug. 12 and continues through Sept. 3. Mouser Electronics is among the sponsors.

Managing Bias in AIoT Models Stephen Evanczuk
Using machine-learning methods, developers can build applications able to predict outcomes based on sensor data from devices in industrial, healthcare, and other arenas, but ensuring reliable results requires careful attention to data used to create those models.

Why Blockchain and IoT Belong Together Tyler Wojciechowicz
IoT and blockchain technologies are taking off in many diverse industries. But have you considered combining the two together? Learn how an IoT-enabled blockchain unlocks process efficiencies, increases security, and allows for cost-savings.

IoT Device Management Affects System Design Sravani Bhattacharjee
Gone are the days of manual provisioning of devices and equipment. In the world of the Internet of Things, millions of devices are provisioned and managed using cloud-based services. How does that affect system design? What new factors must be considered during system design?

Component Gains Fuel the Next Generation of Cobots Poornima Apte
Robots have been part of the manufacturing landscape for decades, but the advent of Industry 5.0, fueled by Big Data, is helping retool the equation in favor of not only increased but more flexible automation from robots. Here, we will discuss some components that are making it happen.

Distributed Analytics Beyond the Cloud Charles Byers
Analytics, AI, and ML are typically implemented as centralized functions in networks, often residing in the cloud. There is a growing trend to distribute these learning and inference functions between cloud, edge, and endpoint computer capabilities. Here, we’ll look at some of the tradeoffs involved.

How IoT System Design Makes a Difference Sravani Bhattacharjee
In highly competitive IoT markets, it is hard to ensure secure design without tilting tight pricing and time-to-market. We’ll discuss a systematic, full-stack approach that simplifies security design for IoT systems by leveraging various security enabler solutions.

ZigBee vs. Z-Wave: What’s the Difference? Tyler Wojciechowicz
With a myriad of IoT products available, consumers and engineers are left to wonder which technology best suits their needs. Popular IoT ecosystems ZigBee and Z-Wave offer two unique solutions to this design question. Learn how their specifications differ to decide the optimal use for your application.

Robotic Irrigation Reduces Farming Costs Charles Byers
Growing corn, wheat, alfalfa, cotton, and vegetables can be energy and labor intensive. Let’s examine a system that works like a center-pivot irrigation system but adds a rail and robotic implements that pass above the field to plant, cultivate, and harvest without any labor or fossil fuels.

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