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IoT: Technology Protocols & Standards: Proprietary versus Open

Recorded on: Jun. 28, 2018
Running Time: 01:15:30

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Taken from the Web Program Internet of Things 2018: Everything is Connected Recorded June 2018 in San Francisco

IoT: Technology Protocols & Standards: Proprietary versus Open [01:15:30]

For IoT devices to effectively interoperate and efficiently communicate they must use compatible means of communication and optimally, their data streams should utilize standard formats. However, there are multiple standards and protocols that may foil interoperability, efficacy and economics.  Some are proprietary, and others are open; some require royalties and others may be royalty free but may require sharing derivative works.  For IoT to deliver on its true potential the right licensing or adoption path is essential.  Our panel will debate the pros and cons of each path.

Leonard T. Nuara (Panel Leader); Gerard James Hayes, Heather J. Meeker

The purchase price of this Web Program segment includes the following article from the Course Handbook available online:
  • Heather J. Meeker, Melody Drummond-Hansen, Hana Oh and Stacy Yae, “Technology Protocols & Standards: Proprietary Versus Open” Companion Article
    Heather J. Meeker
  • Ch. 4, License Compatibility, Open (Source) for Business (2nd Edition) (April 2017)
    Heather J. Meeker
  • Ch. 5, Conditional Licensing, Open (Source) for Business (2nd Edition) (April 2017)
    Heather J. Meeker
  • Michael B. Coleman, Ice Miller LLP, Smart Connections, Internet of Things, Communication and Security Protocols: Past and Future Trends
    Gregory J. Dunn, Kipper V. Tew
  • Technology Protocols & Standards: Proprietary versus Open (Spring 2018) (PowerPoint slides)
    Heather J. Meeker
Presentation Material
  • IoT: Technology Protocols & Standards: Proprietary versus Open
    Gerard James Hayes, Ph.D.
  • Technology Protocols & Standards: Proprietary versus Open
    Heather J. Meeker
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    Gerard J. Hayes ~ President & CEO, Wireless Research Center of North Carolina
    Heather J. Meeker ~ O'Melveny & Myers LLP
    Leonard T. Nuara ~ Flatiron Law Group LLP
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