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5/9/2014 09:00 AM EDT
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dfeekes
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Re: Got IoT?
dfeekes   5/9/2014 10:57:33 AM
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Hi Rick. I'm working on pretty cool IOT project. I am developing a multi-modal dedicated biometric processor that consumes an order of magnitude less power than current best in class solutions. It will allow for the implementation of biometric authentication, security and encryption for new unrealized form factors using non traditional power solutions in the IOT space.

So... an interesting blog I would like to read would be one that discusses the potential of the M2M and IOT markets and how that its full potential may not be realized unless  superior security solutions are developed that ensure that these billions of potential connected devices, which store our personal data, provide safty and security, are accessible by only authorized users. 

 

 

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rick merritt   5/9/2014 10:35:41 AM
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Got a cool IoT project going? Tell us about it here and/or send me a proposal for a ~500 word blog describing what you have done and learned that could be of interest to outer EEs working in IoT.

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