- A connected medical device may be collecting vital data and administering a life-saving drug: a patient can die if the connection fails.
- A utility meter has to be able to communicate from almost every location where it may be installed, very reliably, for over a decade on a single battery with no option to change or re-charge it; the utility's business case may be non-viable if the radio link doesn't work as predicted.
- A connected self-driving car relying on a cellular link to guidance and safety systems could crash, if the link doesn't work.
- Good IoT security depends on a 2-way link for authentication and updating credentials: one-way links will compromise safety and security and open up systems to attack.
- Robin Heydon, Qualcomm
- Simon Dunkley, Silver Spring Networks
- Reiner Stuhlfauth, Rohde & Schwarz
- Steve Braithwaite, ASH Wireless Electronics Ltd
- John Haine, Bristol University
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