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Episode 86

The IoT platform is generally thought of as networking tech – middleware to connect all the IoT components together – and often it is, but a certain class of platforms, the so-called, application enablement platforms, or AEPs, also provide the development and execution environment for the digital twin.
Listen to this podcast (or read the transcript), the third in a series on the digital twin, where I speak with Jason Schern and Jeff Miller about the dt and its relationship to the AEP ...




Episode 85

The reason the digital twin, or software-defined product, as I prefer to call it, is the most important IoT tech, is because it’s the basis for the unique functionality possible from using the Internet of Things. Going beyond smarts or connectivity, it is this unique functionality that creates value, enough value that results in a profitable IoT product.
Listen to this podcast (or read the transcript), the second in a series on the digital twin, where I speak with Arnulf Hagen about the underlying models of the digital twin, and the high-level ways you can use them to create value ...




Episode 84

The digital twin, or software-defined product as I prefer to call it, is the most important tech in IoT, yet you hardly hear anything about it, when compared to other IoT tech such as sensing, networking and analytics. Maybe it’s because it’s such a new and abstract concept for most people. Well, that’s about to change.
Listen to this podcast (or read the transcript) with Dimitri Volkmann about producing the digital twin for the Industrial Internet of Things ...




IoT Inc Book Overview

In this bonus episode, Bruce will provide a short, high-level summary of each chapter of his book, IoT Inc: How Your Company Can Use the Internet of Things to Win in the Outcome Economy.
Listen to this podcast with Bruce Sinclair to hear him provide a high-level overview for each of the 16 chapters in his Internet of Things book ...




Episode 81

There’s no denying it, robots are cool, even more cool when you call them cyber-physical systems, which is what they are, but they’re also IoT systems. And applying the thinking of IoT to robots makes them even cooler and more valuable because instead of being discrete systems, they can be integrated as a component of an IoT environment, working together with other components, to deliver outcomes.
Listen to this podcast (or read the transcript) with Chris Jones of iRobot about the Roomba and its place in the IoT world ...




Episode 79

There are two types of manufacturing: discrete manufacturing where the output is physical, countable things, and process manufacturing, where the output is chemistry – think oil & gas. Process manufacturing has been consistently instrumented for over two decades so it is not surprising that they’re a little ahead of their discrete counterparts on their path to IoT.
Listen to this podcast (or read the transcript) with Peter Zornio about IoT analytics in process manufacturing, and his advice is applicable to all industries ...




Episode 78

There’s all kinds of opinions about where the value is in IoT. Well, a group that put their money where their mouths are, are investors. This is a panel discussion where I interview two VCs with similar goals but different approaches.
Listen to this podcast (or read the transcript) with Upal Basu and Jesse DeMesa about what they look for when making an Internet of Things investment ...