IoT Coffee Talk – Episode 3: The Future of Smart Cities

Welcome to IoT Coffee Talk where we have a chat about all things #IoT over a cup of coffee or two with some of the industry’s leading business minds, thought leaders and technologists in a totally unscripted, organic format.

Thanks for joining us. Sit back with a cup of Joe and enjoy the morning banter.

On this week’s episode, Stephanie Atkinson (Compass Intelligence), Rob Tiffany (Ericsson), David Vasquez (Verizon), Marc Pous (thethings.io) and Leonard Lee (neXt Curve) talk about smart cities and their prospects in a COVID-19 world.

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IoT Coffee Talk – Episode 1: Covid-19 and its Impact on IoT

Welcome to IoT Coffee Talk where we have a chat about all things #IoT over a cup of coffee or two with some of the industry’s leading business minds, thought leaders and technologists in a totally unscripted, organic format.

Thanks for joining us. Sit back with a cup of Joe and enjoy the morning banter.

On this week’s episode, Rob Tiffany (Ericsson), David Vasquez (Verizon), Marc Pous (thethings.io) and Leonard Lee (neXt Curve) talk about some of the ways that the Covid-19 pandemic has inspired IoT innovations that are saving lives in Spain and around the world.

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Reimagining the Future

Rob and Kevin

#IoT Strategies and #Mobile #Apps for the #COVID19 Pandemic Response

Kevin Benedict and I discuss how the Internet of Things can help companies respond and react to the pandemic and my ideas on the kinds of mobile apps we need to help contact tracing with COVID19.

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IoT Day 2020: Fighting COVID-19 with Digital Twins

Covid Twins

With #COVID19 sweeping the globe, knowledge is our best weapon in fighting this pandemic and associated economic collapse. #DigitalTwin technology is perfectly suited to represent people who have symptoms, are infected, or have recovered.

This capability can also aid in identifying people an infected person came in contact with via contact tracing using mobile apps and Bluetooth. Lastly, “green zones” can be identified where people can go back to work. Join Rob to learn how this powerful technology can be put to work in overcoming the Coronavirus threat.

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