Matter: a Unifying Standard for Home Devices or Hype?
Is CSA’s new standard Matter the great home device unifier or a lot of hype? Read more
Personal Post on My Continuing Journey with IoT Edge Computing
I made the biggest career change of my life recently. I left the consulting firm I had been employed with for the past four years. It wasn’t an easy decision. I gave up a technical leadership role, I left a lot of people who I loved working with, and I gave up the security of… Read more
Are We Ready for the XR Cloud?
Human interaction with a machine in which the machine retains and manipulates referents to real objects and spaces Read more
What is Edge Analytics
When it comes to Internet of Things, much of the focus is on the “Things.” Devices are the lead guitarists and singers of the IoT world. After all, devices are what we interact with. We wear them, we use them as little handheld computers, and they make normally dumb objects smarter. Read more
The Smart Factory for Brewers isn’t Just for the Big Brewers; is Your Independent Brewery Ready for IoT, AI, and the Cloud?
Wouldn’t it be great if every beer bottle that left your brewery met with your exacting quality standards, if overflowing and excessive foaming were yesterday’s problem, and not a persistent, wasteful expense? Read more
Do IoT Edge Systems Obey Conway’s Law?
Conway’s Law and the Shape of Organizations If you aren’t familiar with Conway’s Law, it’s an adage introduced in 1968 by author and computer programmer Melvin Conway. Any organization that designs a system (defined broadly) will produce a design whose structure is a copy of the organization’s communication structure. – Melvin E. Conway There have… Read more