Connected-by-Design: Why IoT Needs a Device-First Approach | IoT Leaders Podcast

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Matt Hatton from Transforma Insights and Nick Earle and Larry Socher from Eseye

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It is disheartening, but true: 84% find that hardware design is the number one barrier to IoT deployments. Why? Simply put: it’s all about the device. If connectivity isn’t built into the device from the outset, and instead jammed in at the end, it won’t work. Transforma Insights Founding Partner Matt Hatton and Eseye SVP Strategy & Alliances Larry Socher both join Nick Earle on the IoT Leaders podcast to share insight on why the IoT industry remains behind the curve on solving connectivity. Together, Nick, Matt and Larry dive into: - The key conclusions from the last 10 years of IoT - Why it’s crucial that connectivity is designed into a device-first approach - What makes an IoT project standard so difficult to build out - Where consultancy fees fit into it Tune in to hear how Transforma Insights identifies the major challenges to the IoT industry — and how Eseye works to overcome them. Get your free copy of the Transforma Insights Transition Topic Whitepaper sponsored by Eseye:

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