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The Peggy Smedley Show, your voice for our connected world, is an authoritative conversation hosted by tech journalist and sustainability influencer, Peggy Smedley with market leaders, authors, consultants, analysts, and more.
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Next in Tech

S&P Global Market Intelligence

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Define your digital roadmap. Weekly podcasts featuring specialists from across the S&P Global Market Intelligence research team offer deep insights into what’s new and what’s next in technology, industries and companies as they design and implement digital infrastructure. To learn more, visit: https://www.spglobal.com/marketintelligence/en/topics/tmt-news-insights
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IoTSSA (Internet of Things Security Services Association)

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Ryan Morris, IT Channel Veteran talks with todays leading cybersecurity experts about everything cybersecurity. The current threat landscape, the newest bleeding edge tools and communicating their importance to the SMB
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Industrial IoT Spotlight

Erik Walenza: CEO, IoT ONE | Chair, IIC Smart Factory Task Group | Director, Startup Grind

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The IIoT Spotlight Podcast shines a light on Industrial IoT solutions that are impacting businesses today. Every week, we interview an expert about IoT markets, technologies, or use cases. Our goal is to provide insight into the planning and implementation of IIoT systems, from new business models to technology architecture selection to data ownership and security. Our host, Erik Walenza, CEO of IoT ONE, has worked in China for 11 years and he is an active member of the Chinese innovation ec ...
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The Future of Living podcast explores how people connect to the places they live with technology. In this series, we dive into the latest Internet of Things (IoT), smart living & PropTech technologies, evaluate trends affecting the spaces and places that make up our cities, and look at new ways for managing life as more of the things around us connect.
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Conversations with people who are driving technological innovation in business. These are the leading thinkers involved in driving and dealing with technology and other business innovations required for a successful but changing future. Voices include executives at brands, agencies, business leaders across multiple industries, and innovative startups. Subjects discussed include business transformations, The Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality, autonomou ...
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Weekly interview show with people at the forefront of transformational technologies, scientific research, and bold new thinking that enables humans to operate at higher levels — better able to achieve whatever each person values most in life. This could be in fields as diverse as neuroscience, computer science, psychology, bio-tech, augmented reality, nutrition & fitness and so many more areas of pioneering work.
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Welcome to Business Built Freedom, the podcast made for business owners who want more out of life and ultimately, build a vehicle of wealth and freedom. We are technologists, owners, forward thinkers, and life hackers, most importantly, we are human and down to earth Aussies. Brisbane based entrepreneurs are interviewed regularly from all walks of life, in all positions of business from greenfield start-ups to long-standing owners looking for exit strategies to retire. If you want to increas ...
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In this special report from the RSA Conference, we hear from seven of the team who were there at the event. It’s a set of quick takes on the latest trends and take aways from the conference in discussions with host Eric Hanselman. Whether it’s AI, cybersecurity or M&A, there was a lot going on and a lot to sort out. Guests:Scott Crawford, Research …
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This week's Electromaker Show is now available on YouTube and everywhere you get your podcasts! Welcome to the Electromaker Show episode 143! Arduino has added Google Home support to the Arduino Cloud opening up a huge array of DIY Smart Home possibilities! We also look at Raspberry Pi Connect, a duo of delightful RISC V CH32 devboards, and look ba…
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Peggy shares a cautionary tale and gives advice on how to best position our companies for the future of work. She says we can no longer do things the way we have always done them—we must consider new processes and innovations. She also discusses: If industrial manufacturing is up or down. The steps we need to take to be proactive. The challenge com…
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Peggy Smedley and Tony Yang, professor of structural engineering at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, talk about structural and earthquake engineering. He shares a little bit about himself and his research to ensure infrastructure can be built faster, have higher performance, and is more environmentally friendly. They also discuss: The…
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Peggy Smedley and John Rosch, North American sales manager, Explorer Software, talk about the company and the Eclipse application. He says Eclipse is a construction accounting and project management ERP (enterprise-resource planning) solution for mid-sized contractors. They also discuss: Key features of the technology. What the development team is …
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The flexibility and adaptability of cloud-based infrastructure brings great value to enterprises, but most have been wrestling with managing cloud costs. Melanie Posey, Jean Atelsek and William Fellows join host Eric Hanselman to look at FinOps, the cost management initiative that is looking to regain control of infrastructure costs in this new mod…
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Peggy Smedley talks about the overall market for gen AI (artificial intelligence) in healthcare and the impact on medical practices and patient outcomes. She also gives her thoughts on what needs to happen next as it relates to this market. She also discusses: The projected size for the gen AI market in healthcare by the end of 2032. Recent example…
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Peggy Smedley and Craig Sutton, vice president, Industry 4.0, Eaton, talk about innovation and labor in manufacturing. He talks about some of the challenges and how to address them with digital solutions. They also discuss: Two plants that were recently opened. Simulation tools, 3D printing, visual inspection tools, asset performance management, an…
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Peggy Smedley and Zachary Mannheimer, founder and chairman, Alquist 3D, talk about the current state of the 3D printing industry. He explains how it can help solve the housing crisis and the infrastructure crisis. They also discuss: How the technology works. How they train workers on the technology. The need for public-private partnerships. alquist…
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The NAB show, what’s become not only a venue for broadcast innovations, but also the latest in consumer electronics, has just wrapped up. Analysts Justin Nielson and Peter Leitzinger join host Eric Hanselman to discuss their thoughts on the show and perspectives on NextGen TV, AI capabilities and advertising. For over 100 years, the NAB show has se…
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Peggy Smedley talks about how we can make factories more sustainable, pointing to news and case studies from Hannover Messe. She also shares tangible ideas for how to make our factories a little bit more sustainable. She also discusses: How Norway showcased digital technology and sustainable solutions for manufacturing. A sample e-bike manufacturer…
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Peggy Smedley and Julie Shainock, global managing director, travel, transportation, logistics, Microsoft, paint a picture of what the future of travel could look like and what Microsoft is doing to help enable the future. She also shares how AI (artificial intelligence) is playing a role in travel and gives advice on how to best prepare for the fut…
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The annual gathering of the business side of the cybersecurity industry, the RSA Conference, will kick off in early May. Scott Crawford and Dan Kennedy return to preview what they’ll be expecting with host Eric Hanselman. The upheaval in the security markets is being mirrored at the conference, with one major vendor deciding not to exhibit and cons…
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This week's Electromaker Show is now available on YouTube and everywhere you get your podcasts! Welcome to the Electromaker Show episode 142! This week we give away a Raspberry Pi 5, look into Bare Metal Assembly coding on the Arduino Uno, learn about Nordic's new flagship Cellular IoT System in Package, and find out about LattePanda's new x86 Syst…
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Peggy Smedley talks about the state of cybersecurity, sharing her thoughts about what needs to be done to solve this problem. She says cyber attacks are only going to increase in intensity, and we must be prepared for when an attack happens. She also: Breaks down the problem we are facing with cybersecurity. Discusses how much publicly reported com…
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Peggy Smedley and Michael Campbell, chief product officer, Bentley Systems, discuss the value of digital twins and the impact they have on infrastructure construction. He says infrastructure is such an interesting segment, sharing advice on how to address data silos. They also discuss: How and why the market is ripe for leveraging technology like d…
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Peggy Smedley and Greg Sizemore, vice president of health, safety, environment, and workforce development, Associated Builders and Contractors, talk about the labor shortage facing construction. He says we have made progress, but the challenge is not just creating the conditions for individuals to find out about an amazing career, but on top of tha…
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Semiconductors are back in the spotlight with the shortage of GPU’s in the generative AI explosion. But the supply chain that produces them is complex and is not a simple thing to accelerate or scale up. This episode brings Next in Tech together with the Economics and Country Risk podcast, hosted by Kristen Hallam. Chris Rogers and John Abbott join…
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Peggy talks about the dangers of distracted driving, citing the number of people killed and injured in traffic crashes involving distracted drivers in 2022. She says we must consider how technology can help reduce distracted driving in both our personal and professional life. She also discusses: Details from a new 2024 report from the GHSA (Governo…
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Peggy Smedley and William Hoff, founder and president, Geopolymer, talk about 3D printing innovations, how they work, and what makes them revolutionary. He says geopolymers are simple and explains what they are. They also discuss: The benefits of geopolymers in construction—including sustainability. The rise of 3D printing in construction and how t…
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Peggy Smedley and Joann Halpern who is the director of the Hasso Plattner Institute, New York and adjunct associate professor of international education at New York University, talk about the purpose of design growth and the state of flow. She says mindful processes require being fully present, making conscious choices, and reflecting on your value…
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Effectively managing information security for any enterprise can be a challenge, but airlines have to deal with the compounding effects of regulations in multiple domains, life safety issues and much more. Air New Zealand CISO, Phil Ross, joins host Eric Hanselman to discuss prioritizing cybersecurity efforts, the practical aspects of zero trust an…
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Welcome to a special edition of the Electromaker Podcast. These interviews were conducted live on the Embedded World 2024 conference floor, and feature on our Blog and YouTube channel. This podcast takes a selection of the interviews and gives a little context to each. Enjoy! Welcome to the Electromaker Show episode 141! The Electromaker team spent…
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In today's episode, we're joined by Nikunj Mehta, Founder and CEO of Falkonry, a company revolutionizing plant operations with AI-driven insights. We explore the evolution of AI from project-based work to scalable software solutions, discussing the role of generative AI in automating data processing and simplifying output delivery. Nikunj shares in…
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Peggy Smedley talks about where we have been, where we are today, and where we are headed with the IoT (Internet of Things). She says in many ways AI (artificial intelligence) is picking up where the IoT left off, with the rise of ML (machine learning), and deep learning. She also discusses: A historical look at the prediction: 50 billion connected…
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Tim Lindner, senior business consultant, Voxware, Inc., and Peggy Smedley talk about how M2M and the IoT (Internet of Things) have evolved in the last 10 years. He says the evolution follows four basic tenants. They also discuss: How to best leverage data and AI (artificial intelligence). Challenges such as bias of AI and of getting all the right d…
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Joann Halpern, director of the Hasso Plattner Institute, New York and adjunct associate professor of international education at New York University, and Peggy Smedley talk about growth mindsets. She says it refers to the belief that one’s abilities, beliefs, and talents can be developed and improved over time through development and hard work. They…
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While getting to a cloud native development pattern is a goal for most organizations, it can be a significant journey to transform both infrastructure and processes. Analyst Carl Lehmann joins host Eric Hanselman to explore the paths that can move enterprises forward. DevOps approaches can speed development, Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) can c…
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Gary discusses the current state of the automation and control market. Why it seems to be a stable market and why the media in the market are shrinking. He riffs from Seth Godin blog The Drift to Normal. As an organization grows in scale, the idiosyncrasy and distinctiveness that was originally informed by the taste of the founders moves toward the…
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