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Coffee with Mr. IoT: A Connected Technologies Series

Jun 2, 2020

While many knowledge workers have quickly adapted to remote work thanks to video and teleconferencing, that’s not usually a feasible option for frontline workers such as those in factories. Jim Heppelmann, CEO of PTC, discusses how technologies like augmented and virtual reality, IoT, and software as a service are...


May 27, 2020

These days if your eyes can see something, it’s very likely a computer sees it, too. Image and facial recognition technologies are expanding as IP cameras become more ubiquitous. Mr. IoT discusses the latest trends and capabilities with Rick Leblanc who leads business development for Deloitte Canada’s Horizon...


May 20, 2020

Smart home devices are becoming more common in households, but consumers may not be getting the most value due to poor user design. Yana Welinder hopes to change that through Kraftful, the company she co-founded that’s focused on developing user-friendly interfaces for connected products. She and Robert discuss...


May 8, 2020

Ed Kuzemchak, founder and CTO of Software Design Solutions, chats with Robert on the impact lower cost, more robust, and better processing technology and hardware have had on the evolution and adoption of IoT. They also discuss the how edge and fog compare, the “food pyramid” of devices, balancing horsepower vs....


Apr 28, 2020

Remote work has become a norm for many white collar jobs. With numerous people now sheltering in place, other organizations that traditionally rely on onsite teams, such as manufacturers, are also learning how to operate virtually. Steve Hatfield, Deloitte Consulting principal and global leader for Future of Work,...