Tag Archives: IoT

Everbridge Partners with Planet to Advance Satellite Imagery; Dina Kazzaz, Annie Asrari Quoted

Annie Asrari

Everbridge has entered a partnership with Planet, a provider of global satellite imagery data and insights, to advance satellite imagery for Everbridge’s Visual Command Center. Everbridge’s command center has provided a platform for organizations to manage their operations, supply chain, IoT footprint and resiliency as part of the company’s CEM Platform.

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CommScope’s Chris Collura: Federal Agencies Should Prioritize Network Modernization

Chris Collura

Chris Collura, vice president of Federal Sales at CommScope, wrote in a commentary published Wednesday that federal agencies seeking to advance information technology modernization should upgrade their network infrastructure supporting internet-connected devices. He said the systems of wireless access points, multigigabit ethernet switches and routers and converged cables serve as the “backbone” of five next-gen technologies. 

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Gov’t Tech Leaders on Addressing Security Risks of Edge Computing

Edge Computing

Technology executives at military and federal agencies said organizations should come up with security strategies to address vulnerabilities as edge computing becomes more viable driven by advancements in cloud, 5G, internet of things and other tech platforms, Federal News Network reported Wednesday.

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AWS Announces General Availability of AWS IoT SiteWise; Dirk Didascalou, Dr. Roy Sauer Quoted

Dr. Roy Sauer

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced the general availability of AWS IoT SiteWise, a managed service that collects data from the plant floor, structures and labels the data and generates real-time key performance indicators (KPIs) to help industrial customers make data-driven decisions, the company reported on Thursday

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USSOCOM Seeks AI, IoT Concepts for Next-Gen Operational Environment

USSOCOM

The U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) is prioritizing its efforts to deploy a hyper-enabled operator (HEO) technology to help warfighters utilize increased cognitive functionalities in the battlefield. “We are looking to put those types of sensors and communication devices on an operator collecting information in the operational environment,” Barnes added.

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House Energy & Commerce Committee Present U.S. Tech Leadership Agenda

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Reps. Greg Walden, R-Ore., and Cathy McMorris Rodger, R-Wash., members of the Energy and Commerce Committee, have unveiled an effort to support the country's performance in the global technology competition. The Consumer Protection and Commerce Subcommittee, led by Rodgers on the republican side, will pursue an agenda that includes 15 bills dedicated to U.S. global technology leadership, the E&C Committee said Tuesday.

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