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Heroes in Silicon Valley (and at the RTI User’s Group Meeting)

It was Halloween two days ago. Everywhere you looked, people were running around in superhero costumes. You know them: Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman. Why do people love heroes?  Because they’re inspiring. Heroes boldly venture into new challenges and accomplish things nobody thought they could. 

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RTI Shapes Demo for Android is now Available!

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Introducing RTI Labs and Connector for Connext DDS with Python

This week we are thrilled to announce RTI Labs, a free program that provides our customers with early access to new technology we are developing for the Industrial IoT. We are calling them experimental projects. Customers who take advantage of RTI Labs have the opportunity to leverage next-generation technology and influence our product roadmap by providing feedback on the experimental features. It’s a win-win situation!

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How IIoT Standards Can Make Smart Cities Even Smarter

World Standards Day is celebrated annually around the world to increase awareness of the role standards play in the global economy. This year’s theme is “Standards make cities smarter.”

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Healthcare IIoT: Ideas are Easy. Execution is Hard.

With each passing day, we find a new market or application where the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are going to redefine life as we know it. I have high hopes for what the IIoT and AI/ML can do for transportation, smart grid, smart home, industrial automation, etc., but I don’t believe any of these applications will have as profound of an impact on the human race as the application of IIoT and AI/ML to Healthcare.

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Why You Should Switch to Connext DDS Secure

“Security should be built in, not bolted on.” True. You’ve heard it. I’ve heard it too. In fact, with the IIoT quickly becoming a reality, this phrase is being repeated so many times that I’m worried about it becoming a cliche that creates a sense of urgency without real potency. But why is security often bolted on to begin with? Will understanding the reasons help us avoid it? I hope so. There are many reasons, ranging from economic ones to regulatory, educational, and technical ones, which I cannot get into in this blog post in detail (see the IISF for additional details).

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