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The term “the Internet of things” was coined by Kevin Ashton of Procter & Gamble, who later founded MIT’s Auto-ID Center, in 1999. At that time smartphones doesn’t exist yet & wifi just came out 2 years earlier & not available as a standard feature on most PCs. …

illustration of “Risk” ,a strategy board game produced by Parker Brothers (now a division of Hasbro)

Whether you’re a start-up, SME or part of a large organization, growing the bottom-line is essential to any business survival along with a well-executed customer or lead acquisition strategy in building a continuous stream of potential & repeating customers. …

Happy New Year! MyIoTA, recently launched our “IoT For You” series of webinars highlighting use cases & snippets of information from our members. The first installment was moderated by Mr. Steven Loh from Lenovo & also our deputy chairman & covered topics such as smart manufacturing platforms, predictive maintenance to use cases in F&B manufacturing & Healthcare with insights from the presenters & industry experts. For those who missed the session, you can view the recording at https://www.facebook.com/iotindustry/videos/806276933563741

For any questions regarding IoT, feel free to contact us at enquiry@my-iot.org

“It is the best of times & it is the worst of times..”, borrowing a quote from Charles Dicken’s book, A Tale of Two Cities. With the covid-19 pandemic occupying our thoughts most of 2020 to the US capitol riots happening early this year & Elon Musk becoming the richest…

Food Glorious Food! ” one of the more memorable songs from the award winning musical “Oliver!” sung by the protagonist in an obviously whimsical homage to fine cuisine something that was just as obviously in short supply for workhouse boys in Victorian England. To some we “eat to live” to…

James Lai

Chairman, Malaysia IoT Association

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