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IoT: Driving the Patent Growth Story in India

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Overview “IoT: Driving the Patent Growth Story in India” provides an understanding of the key trends of patent filing in the Internet of Things or IoT domain in India. This report marks the first in the series of patent filing trends in India across emerging technologies, we would continue to track patent filing across other emerging technologies in our next set of reports. Key highlights for the report includes: 6,000 IoT patents filed in India over 2009-2019 40% of the IoT patents filed in India were first filed in the US (originated in the US) 30% of IoT patents were filed by electronics and electrical equipment manufacturers followed by Semiconductor Device Manufacturers which accounted for over 20% 13% of the patents were filed by IT/ITES companies IoT patents find application across ...

How to Combine IoT with Product Lifecycle Management Efficiently

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Before Ford introduced the moving conveyor to the assembly line, it took workers around 12 hours to assemble a Model T car. However, in 1908, when the conveyor belt was added, workers could put a Model T together in 93 minutes. A more recent game-changer for manufacturers was Product Lifecycle Management or PLM. It offered a centralized hub where manufacturers can make all their design and manufacturing decisions, which replaced an inefficient siloed system. Just as technology affects our processes, it also enhances our existing technology. This is evident when examining how IoT will affect PLM, improving the final products, and helping companies be more customer-centric. Let’s look at some benefits of PLM before seeing how to combine it with IoT technology. Benefits of PLM PLM technology ...

Securing the Internet of Things with Intrusion Detection Systems

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With the Internet of Things becoming mainstream and the ubiquity of wireless networks around us, IDC has predicted that there will be 41.6 billion connected IoT devices by 2025. With the immense benefits that the connected world brings to the consumers, it is also inviting attackers to continuously identify new exploits and hit techniques designed to circumvent the security around the IoT networks. It is thus imperative to secure the IoT Networks considering the quantitative loss that it could bring to the industry and consumers. According to a study by MarketWatch, over the next five years, the Internet of Things (IoT) Security market will register a 32.5% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach US$ 35900 million by 2024, from US$ 6630 million in 2019. There are a plet...

3rd Digital Innovators Meet: Planning Business In The Aftermath of COVID19-Induced Lockdown

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The 3rd Digital Innovators Meet was held on May 3rd, 2020 by CoE Gandhinagar with 28 startups participating. With India in the midst of an extended lockdown, it is a challenging time for startups and SMEs to keep cash flow going. Seasoned entrepreneurs Raghu Ravinutala of Yellow Messenger and Subbu Vishwanathan of DISPRZ led this session along with Amit Saluja, Senior Director and Center Head, CoE Gandhinagar.   Here are the Key Takeaways Start lean, having small but strong team of co-founders is important. A team which can complete full business circle, starting from getting customer, building product and generating revenues. With strong small team, business can grow fast without too much of managerial interventions, as higher number of leaders would lead to more managerial intervent...

2nd Digital Innovators Meet: How Can Startups Tide Over COVID19-Induced Lockdown And The Challenges After?

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The 2nd Digital Innovators Meet took place virtually, with more than 30 startups attending the session led by Digvijay Singh, COO of Indian Angels Network & Amit Saluja, Senior Director and Center Head, CoE Gandhinagar  Managing Businesses Under Crisis: Amit Saluja, Senior Director & Center Head, NASSCOM CoE Gandhinagar We have seen multiple phases of recession with last big one happening in 2008 and after that had one of the longest growth phase that lasted 12 years. Takeaway is bigger the recession, longer is the growth period after that. There is a wide level apprehensions that Covid is leading us into another big recession. There is uncertainty prevailing, nobody knows how the market will react post lockdown. We can’t say how long will be this period of uncertainty but few thin...

Thinking of IoT Device Management Platform? Read This

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Internet of Things systems are slowly but surely finding their ways into our day-to-day lives. These are networks that connect multiple devices into a single organism. This allows users to easily control and monitor their personal gadgets. Being able to control your home alarm system, your lights, your garage doors at the same time with a single app is a dream come true for many people. That’s why IoT systems have huge potential and developers and researchers all over the world are recognizing it. There are many criteria that you can base your choice of platform on. However, there is a couple of them that prove to be more important than the others. Here are some of the things that you should pay extra attention to. Security Flexibility Costs Life expectancy Getting these four right when pi...

Internet Of Things (IoT)- Let’s Get Going !

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IoT is an incredible invention that was termed in 1999 by Kevin Ashton meant for enabling computers to sense the world with the use of the internet. IoT met with a lot of scepticism in the initial days as it seemed that such a concept was impossible to be in existence. But through all odds, it came into existence when companies like- Procter and Gamble, Gillette, Coco-cola understood its importance and started investing in the research for IoT that would help these organizations in the easier process of the supply chain. One IoT application that is being focused here is Smart Home is one of the most popular and fastest-growing components of IoT. The smart home has made life easier and full of comfort with just one click. Do you wish to have everything just by not being there? Do you call i...

Impact on Integrated Product Lifecycle Management in the Era of IoT

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Just as the Internet has transformed the world as we knew it in just a few decades, it is widely predicted that the next radical transformation of our lives will be ushered in by The Internet of Things or IoT as it is called. According to https://www.huffpost.com, which quotes a Cisco report, by 2020, the number of Internet-connected devices will exceed 50 billion. According to research, by 2020 the number of Internet-connected devices may be predicted to be in the range of 75 billion. Among many things, IoT will also radically affect Product Lifecycle Management with its positive “domino effect” that will serve to create enhanced product effectiveness spanning the complete lifecycle of the product. Traditional Product Lifecycle Management  Before the advent of the era of automated data co...

The Role of Networking in Enabling IoT

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The number of connected devices is expected to grow to $50 billion by 2020. And the global spending on IoT devices and services is expected to grow to $1.7 trillion in 2020. But even as our homes, cars, and wearable devices get smarter, IoT is set to find a prominent place in the enterprise as well. Sectors such as healthcare, transport, and energy are all leaning in towards this technology. However, along with the devices that enable IoT, we also need to pay close attention to the network. Given the volume of data and the amount of real-time instructions flowing up and down, it becomes critical to ensure that the network is positioned to support these devices and help them function as desired. The connectivity, power, compute, manageability, and security of IoT deployments are all depende...

How the Internet of Things Is Revolutionizing the Healthcare Industry!

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The world’s approach to health has changed a lot over the years, with the invention of smart wearables and applications the overall level of innovations and connectivity in modern medical equipment have developed the healthcare industry. Medical data doubles every three years and the trillion-dollar health industry is unable to keep up with the staggering rate in which information is produced. From medical records, direct trials and research to personal fitness bands, implanted devices and other sensors; IoT devices are able to collect real-time data equivalent to millions of health-related books. IoT brings together vast amounts of needed data into one centralized hub on the cloud, combining analytics with advanced cognitive capabilities. IoT in the healthcare industry allows medical cent...