Welcome to another edition of IoT.do’s Week in Review. We strive to provide you with the most up-to-date information 100% focused on the Internet of Things. I’ve chosen a couple of headlines worth reading, to get you caught up:
- A guest contribution: Internet of Things and Security
- oneM2M announced another achievement in establishing a global interconnected society: its next set of official specifications, known formally as Release 2, to be issued this autumn
- Samsung Strategy and Innovation Center and Nestlé Institute of Health Sciences announced a collaboration to harness the power of IoT technology and nutrition science to provide new insights into healthy living.
- To create the first ever comprehensive trusted end-to-end cybersecurity platform for people and objects (IoT), WISeKey will acquire the semiconductor technology and business of INSIDE Secure
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Our community manager has chosen a Smart Watch for Kids as this week’s featured IoT device.
The list of features includes:
- A key to SOS distress
- Double positioning
- Remote monitoring
- Two-way conversation
- Electronic fence
If you are responsible for bringing always-on applications or connected devices to market, Stream Conf 2016 is the event you won’t want to miss!
On Aug 16-20, the 2016 Shenzhen International Internet of Things and Smart China Exhibition (The 8th Asia Smart Card and RFID Technologies Exhibition) will take place at Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, China. This 3-day event is the largest and most comprehensive IOT & RFID & Smart Home & Intelligent Hardware exhibition, attracts 450 exhibitors and expects more than 40,000 visitors. Don’t miss your last chance to register for a free pass!
The GSMA announced the first details of the 2017 Mobile World Congress, to be held 27 February – 2 March 2017 at Fira Gran Via in Barcelona, with events also taking place at Fira Montjuïc. The GSMA expects that more than 101,000 professionals from across the mobile industry and adjacent industry sectors will attend Mobile World Congress 2017.
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