Internet of things (IoT) in healthcare market forecast 2017-2022 illuminated by new report

Internet of things (IoT) in healthcare market forecast 2017-2022 illuminated by new report

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This report presents a 360-degree overview of the competitive scenario of the Global IoT Healthcare Market. Thus helping organizations understand the major threat and opportunities that vendors in the market are dealt with.

IoT Healthcare Market It also includes detailed business profiles of some of the major vendors in the market. With the all-inclusive market data concerning the crucial elements and segment of the market that can influence the growth prospects of the market.

This report can effectively help companies and decision makers in addressing these challenges strategically to gain the maximum benefits in the highly competitive market.

The Major top players reported in the market include:

Medtronic PLC, Royal Philips, Cisco Systems, IBM, GE Healthcare, Microsoft, SAP SE, Qualcomm Life, Honeywell Life Care Solutions, Stanley Healthcare

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The report includes massive data relating to the recent product and technological developments observed in the market, complete with an analysis of the impact of these advancements on the market’s future development. The research report analyzes the Global IoT Healthcare Market in a detailed manner by explaining the key aspects of the market that are expected to have a quantifiable influence on its developmental prospects over the forecast period.

The major growth drivers, challenges, and trends influencing the market are examined at length. IoT Healthcare Market also presents a thorough qualitative and quantitative data affecting the projected impact of these factors on market’s future growth prospects.

The vast amount of Global IoT Healthcare Market data that is available in any market, in general, makes it a tough task to narrow it down to the most crucial details and statistics relevant to the business issues at hand. Many companies could lack the much needed dedicated resources and the specific skills necessary for compiling a comprehensive market research.

Focused market research methodologies help organizations in clearly gauging the most crucial stakes in the market that need to the considered for effective decision making. A number of analysis tools such as Porter’s five forces analysis and SWOT analysis have been employed to provide an accurate understanding of this market.

Also, the report is compiled in a way for the readers and customers to understand better.

Emerging regions such as North America, Latin America, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Asia-Pacific region, Japan, and the Middle East and Africa are the primary targets of the industry. Increasing demand for the commodities, increasing losses and changing practices and storage technologies are some of the major driving factors for this market.

Regulatory changes such as Environmental Protection Laws and changing government policies across diverse geographies are restraints for the IoT Healthcare Market players.

In the last section, the chief manufacturers in the Global IoT Healthcare have been presented. Their company profiles, price, cost, revenue, gross, capacity, product picture, and contact information have also been covered under this section of the study.

Geographically, the report studies the regional and country markets for IoT Healthcare in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, and India. The most prominent exporter serving the demand that is generated from the developed countries is also mentioned in this report.

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Table of Content:

The Global IoT Healthcare Market Research Report 2017

1 IoT Healthcare Market Overview

2 Global IoT Healthcare Market Competition by Manufacturers

3 Global IoT Healthcare Capacity, Production, Revenue (Value) by Region (2012-2017)

4 Global IoT Healthcare Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Region (2012-2017)

5 Global IoT Healthcare Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

6 Global IoT Healthcare Market Analysis by Application

7 Global IoT Healthcare Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis

8 IoT Healthcare Manufacturing Cost Analysis

9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

11 Market Effect Factors Analysis

12 Global IoT Healthcare Market Forecast (2017-2022)

13 Research Findings and Conclusion

14 Appendix

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December 26, 2017 at 11:56AM

‘Game of Thrones’ Most Torrented TV-Show of 2017

‘Game of Thrones’ Most Torrented TV-Show of 2017

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The seventh season of Game of Thrones brought tears and joy to HBO this year.

It was the most-viewed season thus far, with record-breaking TV ratings. But on the other hand, the company and its flagship product were plagued by hacks, leaks, and piracy, of course.

Game of Thrones’ year ends with a high, or low, depending on one’s perspective. For the sixth year in a row it has the honor of becoming the most-downloaded TV show through BitTorrent.

Although there was no new swarm record, traffic-wise the interest was plenty. The highest number of people actively sharing an episode across several torrents was 400,000 at its peak, right after the season finale came online.

This doesn’t necessarily mean that there’s no growth in piracy. BitTorrent traffic only makes up a small portion of the piracy landscape. A lot of people use streaming sites and services nowadays, which are harder to measure.

While the top of this year’s list is made up of familiar names, there are also some new entries. Prison Break made a comeback, which didn’t go unnoticed by torrent fans, while Rick and Morty and Sherlock also make an appearance.

Below we have compiled a list of the most torrented TV-shows worldwide (single episode) for 2017. The ranking is compiled by TorrentFreak based on several sources, including statistics reported by public BitTorrent trackers.

We have decided to stop reporting download estimates. Due to various changes in the torrent index/tracker landscape it’s become more challenging to monitor downloads accurately, so a ranked overview makes most sense.

Most downloaded TV-shows on BitTorrent, 2017
rank last year show
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1 (1) Game of Thrones
2 (2) The Walking Dead
3 (4) The Flash
4 (6) The Big Bang Theory
5 (…) Rick and Morty
6 (…) Prison Break
7 (…) Sherlock
8 (7) Vikings
9 (9) Suits
10 (5) Arrow

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December 26, 2017 at 11:43AM

2017 Security Predictions through the Rear Window

2017 Security Predictions through the Rear Window

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2017 Security Predictions through the Rear Window

If you’re going to forecast the future, go big.

It’s no secret that I’ve long held a dim view of the security predictions that invariably bombard our feeds and social media accounts every December. In years past, I made a point to write up an article using a list of predictions from a blog post 10 years earlier. The catch here was that the list read as an indictment as opposed to a prediction. Of the list of 10 security issues, eight  remained relevant a decade after they were posted.

The practice of making predictions often brings to mind the image  of a palm reader or medium saying, “I’m seeing a security breach for a company that starts with … A … B?” This may seem a little cruel, but I can’t help to draw a parallel with Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window. The protagonist of the film — confined to his apartment in the summer heat — pieces together a crime from the bits and pieces that he sees unfolding in the apartment across the way from his rear window. This view feels familiar as we talk about security issues in bits and pieces as found in security predictions.

If you pull all of the predictions together, they start to paint a more vivid picture of the issues that security practitioners face every day. As the end of the year drew closer, I couldn’t help but wonder how the palm readers fared with their 2017 proclamations, so I took a sampling of some of the lists that I could find online. They discussed a wide range of topics such as these:

  1. Ransomware will continue to be a problem.
  2. Security blame will continue as one of the least popular games.
  3. Mobile will continue to rise as a point of entry.
  4. The Internet of Things (IoT) will continue to haunt the security threat landscape.
  5. At least one major safety incident will be caused by an IT security failure that will cause injury.

It strikes me that these security predictions, by and large, are so poorly defined that they could easily be claimed to be correct with a thinly veiled argument. If someone stands on a stage and declares that “water is wet,” there invariably will be someone who chin wags that yes, indeed it is.

When I look at this loose collection of five predictions, it is easy to say yes, they are indeed true, but they were all safe bets. Ransomware isn’t going to suddenly disappear. The blame game is part of human nature and it will continue on as long as we have opposable thumbs.

Mobile security will rise as an entry point isn’t far off correct in hindsight. When you look at the research from Akamai (full disclosure: that’s my day job) and other companies on the discovery of the WireX botnet, this was a distributed denial-of-service botnet that was based on mobile devices running Android. This was a platform built out using roughly 300 compromised applications in the Google Play store and which infected thousands of customers.

The one prediction on the list that caught my eye and might have some actual substance is the last one, about a major safety incident. To be fair, the writer had said that this might happen in the next four years, granting him some serious wiggle room. Because I spent nine years working in the power systems industry, this is a fear I hold, too. There is always a danger that someone could die as a result of a power failure, for one example.

When we look at the rise of self-driving cars and similar IoT-related vehicles, there certainly is a chance that something could go horribly wrong. I don’t say this to stir up fear, but we need to make sure that the companies making these products take security very seriously. There has been no shortage of reporting on vehicle security research, from distribution of firmware updates to communications, and there are many avenues that need to be addressed because of potential adversaries. This is definitely one prediction that I truly hope isn’t something that comes to pass.

If people truly want to make predictions, they should make ones that cause them to put their reputations on the line. Don’t make predictions that are merely safe bets. Better still, make a list of things that a company should be doing to better secure enterprises. That would have far greater value to those of us who are diligently working to defend our patch while attempting to avoid being thrown out the window by our very own Lars Thorwald.

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December 26, 2017 at 11:41AM

The IoT phenomenon will equate to nothing if the industry fails to connect the dots

The IoT phenomenon will equate to nothing if the industry fails to connect the dots

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The Internet of Things is no longer the future. It’s very much the present and the market is growing at an exponential rate. It’s set to quadruple in size, growing from $900 billion in 2014 to $4.3 trillion by 2024, with more than 30 billion connected devices in use. Approximately 7.5 billion of those devices will access a cellular IoT core network, which is three times greater than the number of LTE-connected smartphones today. Service providers have faced waves of game changing technologies influenced by end user demand over the past 20 years, including the rise of SMS and the explosion of Over-The-Top (OTT) applications on smartphones, and IoT is in the same bracket, if not out on its own as the future of the technology world.

If media and analyst predictions on its rate of growth are proved true, the telecoms industry faces huge pressure. It will play the pivotal role in anchoring connections from device to device and the core. But if connections are lost, what are the consequences? And how do service providers play their part in ensuring they’re not faced with dealing with the impact of potential downtime?

Driving the business model development 

With predictions that total M2M revenue opportunity is forecast to reach $1.6 trillion in 2024, up from $500 billion in 2014 (an annual growth of 12 per cent), it’s clear why so many industries are vying for their piece of the pie. Telecoms has been identified as the glue which will hold the connected world together so it’s vital that any teething problems in these early years are identified and resolved. Just last month, we saw Vodafone delve into the consumer side of IoT with the launch of its new “V by Vodafone” bundle, whereby consumers are charged for the number of connected devices they add to their monthly plan. Consumers are one of many drivers behind the rise of IoT and it won’t be long before other operators follow in Vodafone’s footsteps.

Latency is not an option

For the true benefits of IoT to be recognised, highly reliable connectivity is key. Much in the same way networks deal with voice calls, device connection must be immediate and on hand whenever called upon, as well as being reliable and strong to avoid latency. Devices vary depending on their use case, throughput requirements, power consumption and the service requirements across different IoT applications. These applications can be categorised by two factors: data throughput and connectivity. Connectivity is key for the wide range of applications that have a low tolerance of latency. These include; location-based marketing and advertising; industrial robotics and environmental control; smart home control; augmented and virtual reality; vehicle control and telematics; and remote personal healthcare, remote surgery and some wearables. It’s vitally important that operators have the correct tools in place that address latency control, reliability improvement and authentication for such applications.

Keeping a close connection

It’s paramount for operators to have an understanding of how to build a network that will be able to cope with the level of IoT traffic expected. The devices may only want to transmit a small amount of data but the vast numbers of them could have a detrimental effect. The connections are low speed and low volume, but it’s the sheer number of them that’s likely to cause concern. The underlying transmission protocol, SCTP (Stream Control Transmission Protocol), needs to be able to support the huge number of M2M and IoT connections trying to access the core network simultaneously. Operators that are unprepared will be faced with a potentially severe ‘bottleneck’ in their network. There are basic issues with Diameter signaling that threaten to cause mass disruption to the network, which could lead to a diminished Quality of Experience (QoE) for network subscribers and also a potential loss in revenue for the operator.

To address data throughput issues, operators must ensure they have a reliable GPRS Tunnelling Protocol (GTP). Accelerating GTP tunnels and offloading GTP data traffic is a critical requirement in the performance of 3G and 4G networks, especially for IoT and M2M traffic management and load balancing in the core network. Removing bottlenecks in the network increases performance and supporting differentiated services improves QoE.

Authenticity is the key to security

Operators must also revisit their ability to handle the hundreds of thousands of connections from the IoT devices into the core network. Ensuring a secure connection that is fully authenticated is a must. With the SCTP protocol, authentication chunks designated in RFC 4895 secure SCTP-based associations from packet injection, hijacking or accidental disconnection, thus securing the millions of simultaneous associations required by today’s IoT networks. According to GSMA’s IoT Security Guidelines for Network Operators, network authentication algorithms should be implemented that meet the lifetime expectation of IoT service provider’s endpoint devices. By adhering to these guidelines, operators will provide a level of service that end users will expect and demand.

Preparing for tomorrow’s world

The telecoms industry is undergoing huge change to accommodate the phenomenon dubbed the Internet of Things. Both consumer and business demand is placing huge pressure on the industry, which is responsible for ensuring the connection between device to the core is strong and reliable. It should be a wake-up call for operators that the number of connected devices is set to quadruple in size by 2024. They need to have the correct protocols in place to ensure that connection is not an issue for applications that have a low tolerance to latency, and consider SCTP and GTP protocols that will help ease this pressure.

As new devices and applications that require network connectivity develop, it becomes incrementally important that basic network requirements, such as a reliable signalling process and secure authentication, are prepared and fully functional for IoT technology to run successfully.

Robin Kent, director of European operations, Adax
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December 26, 2017 at 11:41AM

An Automated Ice Cream Topper For The Ultimate In Zero Effort Desserts

An Automated Ice Cream Topper For The Ultimate In Zero Effort Desserts

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An Automated Ice Cream Topper For The Ultimate In Zero Effort Desserts

It’s a highly personal facet of the eating experience, the choice of topping applied to your frozen dessert. Everybody has their own preferences when it comes to whipped cream, sprinkles, and chocolate syrup. Should the maintenance of those preferences become a chore, there is a machine for that, and it comes courtesy of [Kristen Vilcans] and [Ramita Pinsuwannakub] in the form of their Cornell University project as students of [Bruce Land]. Their Automated Ice Cream Topper holds profiles for each registered user, and dispenses whipped cream, chocolate sauce, and candy sprinkles onto ice cream at the simple push of a button.

The hardware seems simple enough until you appreciate the many iterations used to ensure that it works smoothly. The bowl of ice cream sits on a motorised turntable, and a can of whipped cream is suspended above it upon rails made from kebab skewers. A servo and lever operates the can to release the cream.  Meanwhile the sprinkles come from an inverted spice jar with a motorised disc to momentary align a hole with the jar’s spout, and the chocolate syrup comes courtesy of an air pump and some plastic tubing. The whole is controlled from a PIC32 microcontroller.

It is refreshing to see that such projects do not have to tackle especially high-tech problems to be extremely successful. We could all dispense our own toppings, but now we know there’s s machine for the task, who wouldn’t want to give it a try!

If ice cream student projects are your thing, perhaps you’d like a 3D printer?

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December 26, 2017 at 11:30AM

Internationally Renowned Tech Innovators and Investors Are Flocking to Cork for Beyond the Internet of Things Ground …

Internationally Renowned Tech Innovators and Investors Are Flocking to Cork for Beyond the Internet of Things Ground …

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San Francisco, CA, December 26, 2017 — A new year and a new event looking beyond the new – Nimbus Research Centre, in collaboration with SteriTrack, are proud to host a ground-breaking event for 2018 “Beyond the Internet of Things – How to harness the next wave of digital technology and investment” at Cork’s newest venue, Páirc Uí Chaoimh, on 22nd January, 2018, from 09.00-17.00.

This exciting event offers a unique opportunity for multi-nationals, SME’s, start-ups, entrepreneurs and academics to hear what international, battle-tested entrepreneurs, technologists, investors and dedicated researchers expect from the next wave of technology innovation and investment and to learn how their organisations can drive profit from it.

Headlining the event, direct from Silicon Valley, is Vitaly Golomb, world renowned venture capitalist, serial entrepreneur, best-selling author, and one of the gurus behind HP Tech Ventures, the corporate venture arm of Silicon Valley’s original start-up that focuses on global, early-stage investments in frontier technology.

Vitaly will bring his deep knowledge and experience to young entrepreneurs and corporate leaders alike to unleash their innovation and set them on the path to winning the future. “We are in the midst of the next industrial revolution where entire industries will be transformed in the next decade. At Beyond the Internet of Things, I will provide an in-depth view of next-wave technologies that Silicon Valley VCs are investing money in and how you should be investing your time.”

Among the array of international speakers, Internet of Things TED talk master, Professor John Barrett, will open the event with his insightful views on how the Internet of Things and beyond can shape our future. Early-stage advisor, UK technology market expert and Founder of ConCap Ltd, Stuart Hillston, will also be on hand to advise tech companies on how to develop and articulate a commercial strategy that appeals to investors and to outline the stepping stones essential for businesses to reach international markets.

Free entrepreneurial, investment and funding clinics featuring one-to-one sessions between attendees and the people behind some of the world’s most influential companies will be held throughout the day. These sessions will provide invaluable advice and guidance on how attendees can facilitate investment, innovation, collaboration, and foster new commercial relationships.

Particular attention will be paid to matching attendees needs to the most appropriate funding mechanisms for their enterprises and providing updates on the latest funding calls, supports and investment opportunities available from Enterprise Ireland, H2020 and Science Foundation Ireland, as well as routes to access innovation and research resources from across Ireland and beyond.

The latest Gartner industry report indicates that 8.4 billion connected things are currently in use worldwide (up 31% from 2016) and expected to reach 20.4 billion by 2020. With total spending on endpoints and services expected to reach almost $2 trillion in 2017, this is an essential event for all who want to understand where this new wave of technology and investment is heading and how it can be best embraced and exploited.

Standard tickets are priced at €120. In order to promote and support Ireland’s vibrant start-up industry, there are limited free tickets for start-ups. You must register for start-up tickets, entry will not be permitted to those without a ticket. Tickets are available here.
This is your chance to be inspired by the tech world’s most successful innovators! Spaces for entrepreneur clinics are limited and are on a first come first served basis. To book your clinic contact Brian Cahill 087 7824314 / [email protected]

Discounted Clayton Hotel weekend accommodation packages are available for event attendees. Contact Brian Cahill 087 7824314 / [email protected]

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December 26, 2017 at 11:26AM

Loctek to Showcase Award-Winning Desk Bike Plus New Sit-Stand-Move Innovations at CES 2018

Loctek to Showcase Award-Winning Desk Bike Plus New Sit-Stand-Move Innovations at CES 2018

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LAS VEGAS, Dec. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — With plans to display the world’s first sit-stand-cycle desk bike, Loctek promises to deliver the best in workspace innovations at CES 2018 in Las Vegas from January 9-12.

The all-in-one V9 desk bike, which was named a CES 2018 Innovation Awards Honoree, will be connected to a screen via an Internet of Things app so trade show attendees can see real-time workout stats like calories burned, heart rate, and cycling speed.

“We’re committed to making our booth more fun and interactive for CES 2018,” says Lane Sharon, CEO of Loctek. “It’s a great opportunity for us to talk to people about what they love about our products as well as what changes they would like to see in the future.”

In addition to the V9, Loctek plans to showcase the following ergonomic products:

FitStand Series–Includes six different desk riser models to suit a wide range of workstation configurations and monitor preferences. Each model features a removable keyboard tray for maximum flexibility and comes in your choice of black, white, or maple.

PC/PL Sit-Stand Desk Series–Comes with an ergonomic keyboard tray that allows multiple height adjustments to better align wrists and elbows while typing and using a mouse. Also includes a quick release function to remove the keyboard tray altogether. Built-in USB ports provide easy access to device charging.

LX Sit-Stand Desk Series–Available in spacious desktop widths of 36″ and 41″ as well as three popular colors (white, black, and mahogany). Also features one easy-press side lever to raise and lower the desk smoothly for up to 12 different height adjustments.

MT302 Series–Designed with school-aged users in mind, this student sit-stand desk features a gas spring mechanism that enables easy height adjustment and smooth transitions between sitting and standing. It also comes standard with convenient built-ins like a backpack hook, tablet holder, and cup holder.

Finally, as in previous years, Loctek will exhibit several of its bread-and-butter products like:

  • Ergonomic Monitor Mount – Enables users to maintain a neutral shoulder, neck and back position while also minimizing screen glare.
  • Height Adjustable Desk – Quickly and seamlessly transition between sitting and standing with just a touch of the digital control panel.
  • Under Desk Bike – Simply roll the bike under your height adjustable desk to get a satisfying, light exercise without making you sweat or distracting you from work.
  • Loctek’s desktop risers, Workspace Wellness combination, ergonomic mounts, TV mounts and additional audio/visual peripherals will be on display and available for public trials without an appointment at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, booth #10700.

    About Loctek:

    Loctek designs and manufactures ergonomic solutions that bring healthy movement to the modern workplace. Products include height adjustable desks, sit-stand desktop workstations and computer monitor mounts. The company’s fitness line includes stationary exercise bikes, foldable x-bikes and bikes designed to be used while working with computers. Loctek is also a top selling global brand of AV mounting solutions including TV mounts, TV carts and tablet stands. More information about the company is available on its website: http://www.loctek.us.

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    December 26, 2017 at 11:26AM

    Acoustical Attacks against Hard Drives

    Acoustical Attacks against Hard Drives

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    Acoustical Attacks against Hard Drives

    Interesting destructive attack: “Acoustic Denial of Service Attacks on HDDs“:

    Abstract: Among storage components, hard disk drives (HDDs) have become the most commonly-used type of non-volatile storage due to their recent technological advances, including, enhanced energy efficacy and significantly-improved areal density. Such advances in HDDs have made them an inevitable part of numerous computing systems, including, personal computers, closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems, medical bedside monitors, and automated teller machines (ATMs). Despite the widespread use of HDDs and their critical role in real-world systems, there exist only a few research studies on the security of HDDs. In particular, prior research studies have discussed how HDDs can potentially leak critical private information through acoustic or electromagnetic emanations. Borrowing theoretical principles from acoustics and mechanics, we propose a novel denial-of-service (DoS) attack against HDDs that exploits a physical phenomenon, known as acoustic resonance. We perform a comprehensive examination of physical characteristics of several HDDs and create acoustic signals that cause significant vibrations in HDDs internal components. We demonstrate that such vibrations can negatively influence the performance of HDDs embedded in real-world systems. We show the feasibility of the proposed attack in two real-world case studies, namely, personal computers and CCTVs.

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    December 26, 2017 at 10:44AM

    Internationally Renowned Tech Innovators and Investors Are Flocking to Cork for Beyond the Internet of Things Ground …

    Internationally Renowned Tech Innovators and Investors Are Flocking to Cork for Beyond the Internet of Things Ground …

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    )– A new year and a new event looking beyond the new – Nimbus Research Centre, in collaboration with SteriTrack, are proud to host a ground-breaking event for 2018 “Beyond the Internet of Things – How to harness the next wave of digital technology and investment” at Cork’s newest venue, Páirc Uí Chaoimh, on 22nd January, 2018, from 09.00-17.00.

    This exciting event offers a unique opportunity for multi-nationals, SME’s, start-ups, entrepreneurs and academics to hear what international, battle-tested entrepreneurs, technologists, investors and dedicated researchers expect from the next wave of technology innovation and investment and to learn how their organisations can drive profit from it.

    Headlining the event, direct from Silicon Valley, is Vitaly Golomb, world renowned venture capitalist, serial entrepreneur, best-selling author, and one of the gurus behind HP Tech Ventures, the corporate venture arm of Silicon Valley’s original start-up that focuses on global, early-stage investments in frontier technology.

    Vitaly will bring his deep knowledge and experience to young entrepreneurs and corporate leaders alike to unleash their innovation and set them on the path to winning the future. “We are in the midst of the next industrial revolution where entire industries will be transformed in the next decade. At Beyond the Internet of Things, I will provide an in-depth view of next-wave technologies that Silicon Valley VCs are investing money in and how you should be investing your time.”

    Among the array of international speakers, Internet of Things TED talk master, Professor John Barrett, will open the event with his insightful views on how the Internet of Things and beyond can shape our future. Early-stage advisor, UK technology market expert and Founder of ConCap Ltd, Stuart Hillston, will also be on hand to advise tech companies on how to develop and articulate a commercial strategy that appeals to investors and to outline the stepping stones essential for businesses to reach international markets.

    Free entrepreneurial, investment and funding clinics featuring one-to-one sessions between attendees and the people behind some of the world’s most influential companies will be held throughout the day. These sessions will provide invaluable advice and guidance on how attendees can facilitate investment, innovation, collaboration, and foster new commercial relationships.

    Particular attention will be paid to matching attendees needs to the most appropriate funding mechanisms for their enterprises and providing updates on the latest funding calls, supports and investment opportunities available from Enterprise Ireland, H2020 and Science Foundation Ireland, as well as routes to access innovation and research resources from across Ireland and beyond.

    The latest Gartner industry report indicates that 8.4 billion connected things are currently in use worldwide (up 31% from 2016) and expected to reach 20.4 billion by 2020. With total spending on endpoints and services expected to reach almost $2 trillion in 2017, this is an essential event for all who want to understand where this new wave of technology and investment is heading and how it can be best embraced and exploited.

    Standard tickets are priced at €120. In order to promote and support Ireland’s vibrant start-up industry, there are limited free tickets for start-ups. You must register for start-up tickets, entry will not be permitted to those without a ticket. Tickets are available

    here.

    This is your chance to be inspired by the tech world’s most successful innovators! Spaces for entrepreneur clinics are limited and are on a first come first served basis. To book your clinic contact Brian Cahill 087 7824314 / brian.cahill@cit.ie.

    Discounted Clayton Hotel weekend accommodation packages are available for event attendees. Contact Brian Cahill 087 7824314 / brian.cahill@cit.ie.

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    December 26, 2017 at 10:41AM

    Internationally Renowned Tech Innovators and Investors Are Flocking to Cork for Beyond the Internet of Things Ground …

    Internationally Renowned Tech Innovators and Investors Are Flocking to Cork for Beyond the Internet of Things Ground …

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    San Francisco, CA, December 26, 2017 –(

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    )– A new year and a new event looking beyond the new – Nimbus Research Centre, in collaboration with SteriTrack, are proud to host a ground-breaking event for 2018 “Beyond the Internet of Things – How to harness the next wave of digital technology and investment” at Cork’s newest venue, Páirc Uí Chaoimh, on 22nd January, 2018, from 09.00-17.00.

    This exciting event offers a unique opportunity for multi-nationals, SME’s, start-ups, entrepreneurs and academics to hear what international, battle-tested entrepreneurs, technologists, investors and dedicated researchers expect from the next wave of technology innovation and investment and to learn how their organisations can drive profit from it.

    Headlining the event, direct from Silicon Valley, is Vitaly Golomb, world renowned venture capitalist, serial entrepreneur, best-selling author, and one of the gurus behind HP Tech Ventures, the corporate venture arm of Silicon Valley’s original start-up that focuses on global, early-stage investments in frontier technology.

    Vitaly will bring his deep knowledge and experience to young entrepreneurs and corporate leaders alike to unleash their innovation and set them on the path to winning the future. “We are in the midst of the next industrial revolution where entire industries will be transformed in the next decade. At Beyond the Internet of Things, I will provide an in-depth view of next-wave technologies that Silicon Valley VCs are investing money in and how you should be investing your time.”

    Among the array of international speakers, Internet of Things TED talk master, Professor John Barrett, will open the event with his insightful views on how the Internet of Things and beyond can shape our future. Early-stage advisor, UK technology market expert and Founder of ConCap Ltd, Stuart Hillston, will also be on hand to advise tech companies on how to develop and articulate a commercial strategy that appeals to investors and to outline the stepping stones essential for businesses to reach international markets.

    Free entrepreneurial, investment and funding clinics featuring one-to-one sessions between attendees and the people behind some of the world’s most influential companies will be held throughout the day. These sessions will provide invaluable advice and guidance on how attendees can facilitate investment, innovation, collaboration, and foster new commercial relationships.

    Particular attention will be paid to matching attendees needs to the most appropriate funding mechanisms for their enterprises and providing updates on the latest funding calls, supports and investment opportunities available from Enterprise Ireland, H2020 and Science Foundation Ireland, as well as routes to access innovation and research resources from across Ireland and beyond.

    The latest Gartner industry report indicates that 8.4 billion connected things are currently in use worldwide (up 31% from 2016) and expected to reach 20.4 billion by 2020. With total spending on endpoints and services expected to reach almost $2 trillion in 2017, this is an essential event for all who want to understand where this new wave of technology and investment is heading and how it can be best embraced and exploited.

    Standard tickets are priced at €120. In order to promote and support Ireland’s vibrant start-up industry, there are limited free tickets for start-ups. You must register for start-up tickets, entry will not be permitted to those without a ticket. Tickets are available

    here.

    This is your chance to be inspired by the tech world’s most successful innovators! Spaces for entrepreneur clinics are limited and are on a first come first served basis. To book your clinic contact Brian Cahill 087 7824314 / brian.cahill@cit.ie.

    Discounted Clayton Hotel weekend accommodation packages are available for event attendees. Contact Brian Cahill 087 7824314 / brian.cahill@cit.ie.

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