Rob Tiffany

Tag Archive: Internet

VendLink Brought the Internet of Things to Life in the 1990s

The Internet of Things was launched in the early 1990s at a company called Real Time Data.

IoT Minute Episode 70: Sara & Rob Discuss the Relationship Between Asset Avatars & Object Oriented Programming

In the world of Industrial IoT where physical Assets are represented digitally as Asset Avatars, it’s helpful to have a well-known paradigm to follow when modeling them.

IoT Minute Episode 65: Interview with the Father of the Internet of Things

I’m thrilled to interview Drew Lapsley who connected manufacturing and pipeline control systems over the Internet in 1992 via an early version Tim Berners-Lee’s HTTP for his engineering graduate thesis.

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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 28: The Anatomy of an IoT Edge Gateway

IoT Edge Gateways are comprised of numerous components that make southbound connections to devices, northbound connections to backend systems and perform all kinds of tasks in between.

IoT Minute Episode 27: Gateways at the Edge of the Corporate Network

In most business scenarios, IoT Edge Gateways typically live at the Edge of the Corporate Network.

IoT Minute Episode 24: Introduction to Edge Gateways

Despite what you may have heard, telemetry is not always sent directly from device to cloud in the IoT world.

IoT Minute Episode 22: Connecting Old-School Things

It’s important to remember that the Internet of Things isn’t always about connecting new, modern devices to the Internet.