Rocky Mountain Technical Marketing, Inc. | Internet of Things (IoT)
The Internet of Things (IoT) captures the imagination with its potential to make out lives easier and extend our abilities to do things that we cannot achieve on our own, such as:
- Home Management systems offer the ability to manage utility usage, security systems, irrigation systems remotely from a convenient control panel on a computer or mobile device. If you have a friend arriving from out-of-town before you get home, you can turn off your security system to let him in or provide him with a one-time pass code to keep him from setting off alarms. “Smart” heating and air conditioning systems can learn your habits in order to reduce your utility bills without reducing your comfort.
- Wearable systems can monitor your health and fitness and report it to your computer to track your progress and recommend activity levels to improve/maintain your fitness.
- Industrial control systems can optimize complex processes (e.g., coordinating production, minimizing the cost of electricity production and distribution, minimizing pollutant generation).
Exploiting this promise will also expose a wide array of new and existing security and privacy vulnerabilities that could stifle this explosive market.
Rocky Mountain Technical Marketing, Inc. (RMTM) provides thought leadership in this nascent market to assist device makers in product targeting and selection, designing products — including the applications to support them, incorporating both security and Privacy by Design (PbD) into devices and their supporting applications, as well as assisting in the development of international standards for interfaces, protocols, security, and privacy.
RMTM IoT services include the following:
Develop market segment and expertise targeting criteria
Develop product feature selection criteria
Determine component sourcing strategy (make vs. buy)
Product functional design support
Incorporating Security and Privacy by Design
IoT Standards Development and Support
Advising on applicable standards
Interfacing with standards bodies and trade groups to influence nascent standards