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3 Challenges for Embedded Technology Designers in the IoT3 Challenges for Embedded Technology Designers in the IoT

DN Staff

July 2, 2015

4 Min Read
3 Challenges for Embedded Technology Designers in the IoT

The momentum behind embedded intelligent connectivity continues to increase at a phenomenal rate as a result of the Internet of Things. Technologies are becoming connected across multiple devices, platforms, and networks, creating a web of communication that is revolutionizing the way we interact digitally with the world. It is changing interactions with our environment, communities, and homes; with each other; and even with our own bodies.

Due to this widespread proliferation of technology and its use in some very sensitive systems (utilities, aerospace, defense, automobiles, healthcare, financial and banking, retail point-of-sale, etc.), we should actually be designing for the Internet of TomorrowThis IoT is the advancement of the Internet of Things, in which secure solutions exist across every touch point, from the end node to the gateway to the cloud -- producing a highly secure version of the Internet as we know it today.

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