Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journe‪y

Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journe‪y

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Budget overruns. Bricked devices. Data breaches. Building connected products is hard. Join us every Tuesday as we have sharp, unfiltered conversations with executives about their IoT journeys — the mistakes they made, the lessons they learned, and what they wish they’d known when they started. In each episode of Over the Air, our expert guests will make bold predictions, reveal unpopular opinions, and share stories you won’t hear anywhere else.


10/26/21

Sustainability in the Robotics-as-a-Service Industry

For B2B robotics, all the customer cares about is the outcome. There’s no emotional attachment to having a brand new thing like there is in B2C. That’s one reason why it provides an incredible opportunity to bring sustainability and reusability to tRead more

10/12/21

Smart Grilling: How Tech Helps Cook a Better Brisket

People have been cooking meat over a fire for millions of years. But until recently, they haven’t had the benefit of using grills infused with smart capabilities.  And that’s a crying shame. Jason Baker, Business Development at Green Mountain GrillRead more

09/28/21

IoT Strategy: Firing Bullets Instead of Cannonballs

You’ve been tasked with defining an IoT and automation strategy for your company. It’s a major initiative that will likely span the next decade or more. Where do you start? What’s the right path forward? Craig Salvalaggio, Chief Operating Officer Read more

09/14/21

Star Trek Replicators? How Additive Manufacturing is Changing the Industry

We’re a lot closer to having a bona fide Star Trek replicator than you might think. Sure, we’re not to the point where you can just press a button and a part — or maybe a steak and some Romulan ale — will materialize out of nowhere. However, addiRead more

08/31/21

Jumping Into the Ring w/ a Punchable Computer

Typical hardware devices aren’t designed to withstand getting punched repeatedly every day. One reason is most hardware isn’t meant to be punched. Another reason is it’s pretty hard to develop hardware for that purpose. In this episode, Jeff MorinRead more

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