Join Ayla at Booth #C1156 at the AHR Expo in Las Vegas and learn why leading HVACR system manufacturers around the globe are using Ayla for their connected strategy. Schedule a personalized IoT strategy consultation with one of Ayla's IoT leading experts, get advice about your own connected products, and receive a copy of our newest eBook, "12 IoT Best Practices When Designing an HVACR System".Schedule Your Meeting
In the Internet of Things, there's no such thing as a mobile device that operates in isolation. And yet, mobile devices and apps are often marketed, sold, and bought as if they're independent products. No one wants 50 different mobile apps to control 50 different things in their smart home or smart health environments. With IoT product manufacturers championing different communications protocols, the challenge is to enable one mobile app to control many devices.Register Now
IoT encompasses a wide range of embedded, network, and cloud systems where the value is unlocked by the data gathered from sensor and edge devices that can be used by gateways, cloud applications, and analytics to drive significant value. However, communication is not as simple as one protocol, one service, one language. And the connectivity is multi-dimensional involving data transfer, authentication/security, and manageability from application to sensor. Join us as IoT industry experts pick an application and break down the communications requirements and methods for secure, manageable, and efficient operation.Register Now
The Internet of Things is here, but has yet to really be defined. There isn’t just one big, ubiquitous vision of IoT, there are and will be many different perspectives – solutions that do different things, solve different problems, or create new opportunities. Although each perspective of IoT may have unique physical attributes at the endpoints or in how the endpoints connect, all IoT products should share similar architecture features of logical, service-oriented systems. These shared service features will contribute heavily to each solution’s time-to-market, quality of service, and profitability. Join our speakers to learn how to design an IoT product leveraging these shared architecture features, simplifying your IoT product and service development and greatly reducing your time to market.Watch Now
The path to creating successful connected products is littered with road kill. Many industry-leading manufacturers struggle with getting their discrete products connected and creating meaningful solutions. Join us for this webinar and gain deep insight into all the potential pitfalls of launching connected products for the IoT.Watch Now
Understanding how to scale IoT applications from prototype to production is a critical component to IoT deployment success. Part I of our IoT scaling panel discussed scaling by sensors, performance, users, and geography. In part II of our IoT Panel Discussion our industry experts will pick an IoT industry or application, describe the scaling considerations, and illustrate tools, architectures, and key components used to move the application from prototype to successful deployment.Watch Now
This webcast examines best practices in IoT data security and privacy and how companies are addressing these challenges to create and secure value for their customers. Speakers will address smart home device ownership, concerns for connected devices, preferences for device guarantees against hacking, willingness to share data, and the impact of privacy rights for consumers.Watch Now
As home appliance manufacturers consider adding smart appliances to their product lines, they need to ask themselves an important question: “Do we have the specialized technical expertise in house to successfully connect, scale and secure versions of our appliances for the Internet of Things (IoT)?”. Join our expert speakers as they discuss some of the best practices that are important for appliance manufacturers to consider as they design, build and eventually sell IoT connected appliances.Watch Now
When looking at the continued investment of venture capitalists or the growing partnerships & ecosystems, it is evident that the Internet of Things is here and gaining moment everyday. However, there is still work to be done. The IoT has come a long way since its inception, but there are still a number of massive obstacles left to solve on the road to its mainstream adoption. From security to interoperability, the success of IoT is dependent on a number of industry players coming together and innovating to address these hard to solve problems. No one company can do it alone.Watch Now
This webcast analyzes how ease of use and interoperability impact the adoption rate of connected products and looks at the new ways companies are addressing ease of use and interoperability across converging ecosystems to create a seamless experience for consumers. Specific areas addressed include: Whole product solutions; Connected Kitchen Use Cases; Application layer interoperability standards.Watch Now
Whether you’re talking about connected homes or connected buildings, HVAC is a crucial topic. HVAC, which often trumps other systems in both energy consumption and contribution to occupant comfort, is a prime candidate for the breakthroughs and optimizations the Internet of Things (IoT) offers. However, this massive opportunity comes with extraordinary challenges, including developing and managing a cost-effective, robust, flexible, and reliable IoT solution. Join us as we discuss best practices for the development and management of today’s IoT HVAC systems that are no longer reactive, but proactive.Watch Now
The characteristics of a successful analytics strategy for connected device manufacturers, including how to leverage consumer device usage in product development. Join Ayla Webinar to learn more about: Strategies to blend device and third-party data to make informed marketing decisions, operational improvements, and financial considerations around product development; New and innovative ways data can be used to enhance the consumer experience; Offering valuable analytics and recommendations or automation to achieve operational efficiency.Watch Now
Today’s smart home is one that is characterized by a number of different connected products that aim to bring simplicity to our lives through the control and automation of home systems like lighting and HVAC. Despite the obvious convenience that these products deliver, traditional product manufacturers are struggling to define additional value propositions and, more importantly, the new business models that will monetize these new offerings.The goal of this webcast is to analyze the current state of connected device monetization and highlight some of the key challenges in monetizing the smart home.WATCH NOW
The Internet of Things (IoT) is all around us and touches almost every industry. However, with the opportunity to connect everything from door locks, appliances, thermostats, security systems, lighting, irrigation, and other embedded systems, the home stands to be one of the biggest drivers of success for the IoT.
Join us as we discuss the challenges, opportunities, and system architecture requirements that are presented by this new mix of sensors, connectivity, and cloud applications.
Everyone seems to agree that the Internet of Things is going to be the next big thing, we are still finding a good amount of manufacturers who are asking, “Why smart appliances?”. This webinar will discuss the implications of IoT on the home and identify not only the benefits for end consumers and manufacturers, but touching on “how” to connect these devices.Watch Now