Rob Tiffany

Author Archive: Rob Tiffany

Rob is a writer, teacher, speaker, world traveller and undersea explorer. He's also a thought leader in the areas of enterprise mobility and the Internet of Things.

The Center for Digital Intelligence Interview with Rob Tiffany and Kevin Benedict

Kevin Benedict interviews Rob Tiffany and discusses the Industrial Internet of Things, Asset Avatars and Hitachi’s Lumada platform.

IoT Minute Episode 55: Delivering Public Safety to Forests without Cellular Coverage

Placing microcontrollers with LPWAN wireless and a big emergency button throughout a forest allows visitors to call for help if they’re lost, injured or need to report a fire to the ranger station when cellular coverage isn’t present.

IoT Minute Episode 40: The Edge is your Data Backstop

Sometimes when things like industrial machines or connected cars send overwhelming amounts of data in small amounts of time, edge devices can serve as an effective data backstop.

IoT Minute Episode 39: Moving Data from the Edge to your Core Platform

Once data has been filtered or analyzed at the edge, you’re probably wondering how remaining data in need of further processing makes it to your Core Platform.

IoT Minute Episode 38: From Climbing to Smart Escalators

The human progression of climbing is analogous to the IoT maturity model that leads us to smart connected products.

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ROBTIFFANY.COM Named in the Top 100 Websites for IoT Industry Professionals

Thrilled to see robtiffany.com included in this distinguished group of the world’s top Internet of Things companies, news sites and individual IoT influencers and luminaries like Rob van Kranenburg, Peggy Smedley, Stacey Higginbotham and Scott Amyx.

IoT Minute Episode 37: Edge Gateway Data Filtering Examples

Check out this quick list of edge gateway data filtering and bandwidth conservation examples to get you going:

IoT Minute Episode 36: Machine Learning at the Edge

While you might think Machine Learning is an activity that only takes place in the cloud or on a cluster of powerful servers, there’s no reason why this can’t happen at the edge.