Ayla's Inaugural IoT Conference
Join Ayla Networks, along with AWS, SharkNinja, Culligan, Google and many others, at our inaugural IoT Customer Conference in
San Francisco. Hear from thought leaders in the IoT, learn from successful
product brands and retailers, and connect and network with your peers. Register now -- hotel rates are good until March 19!
Join Ayla and our partner, Vectorform, and customer SharkNinja for a webcast on April 25, where we’ll discuss details on how SharkNinja launched a massively successful robot vacuum in under six months. We’ll help you identify the key processes and the steps across execution and delivery you should consider when starting a connected product initiative.
Telco Service Providers face a number of challenges today around shrinking ARPU, support OPEX, device management, and customer churn. As IoT continues to increase in scale across a wide variety of markets including consumer smart homes, Telecom Service Providers are realizing their ability to harness IoT and improve business through new revenue generation and cost reduction.Watch Now
Like any system, your IoT system needs constant tweaking and/or incremental improvements. That’s best using built-in analytics and feedback loops. Join us as experts in IoT discuss this technology for continuous improvement of IoT systems in a host of industries and applications.Watch Now
Join Ayla’s Josh Pederson, Director of Product Management, on this webinar and learn how the Ayla customer care and dealer support portals can provide a positive impact to connected product companies by reducing your truck rolls and managing your dealer network.
Voice is quickly becoming the default for home control and automation. In the industry, we are seeing an uptake in usage of Alexa voice control with various IOT solutions and devices, including Ayla’s IoT platform ecosystem. Mike Maas, Senior Evangelist for Amazon Alexa, and Josh Pederson, Director of Product Marketing at Ayla, discuss how voice control and Alexa Smart Home are helping accelerate Smart Home adoption.Watch Now
Many manufacturers (OEMs) are not prepared to address all complexities involved with adding connectivity to their products. It’s essential to perform and establish a robust and continuous testing process that covers not only the connected product but it’s interaction with a cloud based IoT platform and mobile apps to ensure the IoT product is functioning as intended before the launch and while in usage.Watch Now
Ayla's Phone as a Gateway (PaaG) solution leverages the mobile device's onboard Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) capabilities to act as a medium to enable connectivity to the Ayla Cloud via a native application. Join us for this webinar and learn how to derive value from Bluetooth device data utilizing Ayla's solution for enabling an IoT cloud back-end for Bluetooth devices.WATCH NOW
Many smart home and other IoT scenarios highlight Wi-Fi communications protocols, but it’s important to recognize the role of short-range wireless communications that don’t support the Internet Protocol (IP). In this webinar, learn more about the kinds of products and IoT scenarios in which BLE enables end users to use mobile apps to control and interact with the connected products.Watch now
Daniel Elizalde, Founder of TechProductManagement and Instructor at Stanford Continuing Studies, was our featured speaker on this exclusive webinar. He introduced the building blocks of the IoT technology stack from a PM perspective, including smart devices, cloud platforms, and cloud applications, follow up with information on key factors in building a connected product, potential roadblocks, and what characteristics make a great IoT Product Manager.Watch Now
Today’s smart appliances are leveraging innovative sensor technologies to evaluate appliance task status, anticipate needs, and automate the next step with little or no human interaction. Sensors for temperature, moisture, voice control, energy consumption, malfunctions, filter status, and accessing cooking or washing instructions are just a few of the ways smart appliances can make consumers’ lives easier.Watch Now
The Internet of Things is changing manufacturing as we know it. When approaching the IoT market, manufacturers are likely to make a common mistake: underestimating what it really takes to make that leap. That’s because it requires expertise and experience in every aspect of IoT operation -- from the communications chips embedded in the connected product to cloud computing and network security, to end-user control of the product via a mobile or web-based application -- to create a high-quality connected product. Does it make more business sense for a manufacturer to build or buy an IoT platform when developing connected products?Watch Now
When considering launching a connected product, how do you select the right approach? Are you just "checking the box" by adding connectivity? What are the factors that will make your connected product successful? The Customer Success team at Ayla has crafted a step by step Connected Product Journey that guides product manufacturers from vision to execution to business transformation. You will learn how to view the impact of IoT to your business along with the key steps each company should consider when starting a connected product initiative.Watch Now
Internet of Things applications are advancing past prototypes and proof of concepts into commercial use. As these systems get deployed, the security architecture enters a new danger zone with high stakes if a security breach occurs. What is the biggest security threat that needs to be addressed? What’s the most effective approach to addressing security for IoT? Join us as IoT experts discuss important security concerns and how to address them.Watch Now
This webcast examines how smart device makers, IoT cloud platforms, and analytics services can team up to deliver more data-driven value. According to Parks Associates, roughly half of consumers are willing to share data from smart devices for discounts on electricity and 40% are willing to share data to update and improve their products. This data can enable participation in product management programs, optimize device performance, proactively anticipate malfunctions, enhance device security, and more.Watch Now
How do you simultaneously empower and control your dealers’ support activities? The Ayla Networks IoT platform’s role-based access control (RBAC) gives manufacturers the ability to grant select access to their connected IoT HVAC products in the field—to in-house customer support, dealers, other maintenance personnel, even end users—based on specified ‘roles’.Watch Now
IoT is known for its unique architecture involving sensors, embedded devices & gateways, and data center/cloud applications. Once the architecture is understood, defining platforms that implement the architecture is the next logical step toward effective deployment of a variety of IoT applications. Often platforms are thought of simply as a framework that provides code and interfaces for IoT development. However, the IoT platform must extend to ecosystem, manageability, security, and tools in order to address key IoT development challenges. Join us as IoT experts outline key capabilities of emerging IoT platforms and important connectivity, manageability, ecosystem, and development tools needed for successful IoT development.Watch 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.Watch Now
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.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