IoT Cloud applications have reached to the network edge, where it can be too hot, too cold, too harsh and too squeezed. So rugged, wide-temperature-range, compact IoT-ready products are coming to the rescue.
With more than 900 exhibitors and 30,000 plus visitors spread over the three days, Embedded World 2016 continued the success of this popular international embedded tradeshow. Internet of Things (IoT) continued to be the dominant theme at Embedded World this year as evidenced by anchor companies such as Intel Corp., but also well represented were hardware, software and sensor manufacturers throughout the various exhibit halls.
The keynote speaker Eugene Kaspersky, CEO of Kaspersky Lab, spoke at length on a number of topics related to IT security in the era of IoT. With the increasing convergence of IoT hardware and data with IT infrastructure, the topic of IT security is particularly relevant and timely. As well, the Embedded Award for innovation in hardware, went to KEOLABS IoTize product.