The ninth edition of our survey report is a window into the ever-evolving IoT and edge computing landscape, where open source technologies are playing a pivotal role in solving real-world challenges across diverse industries.
Administered by the Eclipse IoT Working Group and the Eclipse Sparkplug Working Group, the survey provides essential insights into IoT and edge computing industry landscapes, challenges developers face, and the opportunities for enterprise stakeholders in the IoT and edge open source ecosystem.
The Eclipse Sparkplug community will be represented at the 2023 Internet of Things for Manufacturing Symposium! Arlen Nipper from Cirrus Link Solutions and Gaurav Suman from HiveMQ are among the speakers.
Hosted by the Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute, this year’s 9th annual symposium will feature more than a dozen speakers, plus the opportunity to network with other participants.
Eclipse Kanto™ is a modular IoT edge software that enables devices for IoT with all essentials like cloud connectivity, digital twins, local communication, container management, and software updates - all configurable and remotely manageable by an IoT cloud ecosystem of choice.
The Eclipse Ditto team is proud to announce the availability of Eclipse Ditto 3.2.0. Version 3.2.0 brings a new History API, Eclipse Hono connection type, case-insensitive searches and other smaller improvements, e.g. on the Ditto UI and in the JS client.
Security has become a critical issue for the entire IoT supply chain in recent years, as the number of connected devices continues to grow and our reliance on them increases. With more devices connected to the internet, the potential for security breaches and data theft also increases.