Tag: future proof
IDoT Tempos: Cadence, Lifecycles, and the Long Now
So, a few notes on the rising tempo gaps between things, makers, humans, & flocks: 1. Devices can be in service for decades. Buildings. Tractors. Prostheses. Solar panels. Devices are often not supported through their whole lives, as their makers a. retire them as products or b. close as an enterprise, abandoning the devices. 2.…
Why is IoT arriving slower in some industries? Identity and other blockers
Our team talks with many digital identity and IoT professionals each week. One of our Michaels remarked that diffusion of innovation and propagation of both IoT and digital identity seems uneven. Three examples of uneven IoT and Identity of Things adoption… 🏭 Medical device factories IDoT is already pervasive within high assurance settings such as…
The one where we discuss managing identities of industrial things with long lifespans and primitive capabilities
How do you manage IoT obsolescence? What kinds of risks are exposed?