IoT Agenda:

Collaboration

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February 12, 2018  1:51 PM

Digital twins can be the intelligent edge for IoT

Sukamal Banerjee Sukamal Banerjee Profile: Sukamal Banerjee
CAD, Collaboration, Data scientist, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, Visualization

If you are involved with IoT, you have witnessed a surge of activity around the idea of digital twin. The digital twin concept is not a new one -- the term has been around since 2003, and you can see an example use in NASA's experiments with pairing technologies for its Apollo missions. However,...

February 12, 2018  12:53 PM

Six challenges facing blockchain and IoT convergence

Jessica Groopman Jessica Groopman Profile: Jessica Groopman
Bitcoin, Blockchain, Collaboration, DLT, Internet of Things, Interoperability, iot, iot security, regulation, Scalability, Security, trust

Although the technology born of Bitcoin has received tremendous attention, investment and development activity in the last few years, there are a range of challenges facing broader enterprise adoption. What follows are a very brief summary of those most related to its adoption in IoT...


February 6, 2018  3:56 PM

IoT is the key to sustainability, so what’s holding it back?

Jayraj Nair Profile: Jayraj Nair
Collaboration, Energy Consumption, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, Sustainability

The year has only just begun, and the U.S. has already been hit by a bomb cyclone, mudslides and multiple wildfires. Most experts agree that these incidents of extreme weather are directly linked to climate change -- and the buzz around building a more sustainable world has never been...


January 10, 2018  1:34 PM

How businesses can use the internet of things to save the environment

Ritesh Mehta Ritesh Mehta Profile: Ritesh Mehta
Collaboration, environment, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, Sustainability

Though the internet of things is in its early years, it has already started to transform how people live. For instance, cars have GPS to determine the fastest route. There are also communication systems built inside homes to keep track of children. However, these are not all that IoT can do, not by...


January 5, 2018  1:11 PM

Digital twins: The final frontier of VR?

K.R. Sanjiv Profile: K.R. Sanjiv
AR, augmented reality, Collaboration, Internet of Things, iot, lifecycle management, reality, virtual, Virtual Reality

It wasn't that long ago that the widespread use of digital twins -- simply put, digital replicas of physical counterparts -- seemed like an out-of-reach goal. Providing the real-time analytics and machine learning necessary to track and monitor equipment simply was not cost-effective. But the...


December 22, 2017  12:11 PM

Why augmented reality should be on every warehouse’s wish list this holiday season

Brian Ballard Profile: Brian Ballard
AR, augmented reality, Collaboration, Internet of Things, Inventory, iot, smart glasses, Supply chain, Training, warehouse

Once again, retailers and logistics providers across the globe have amplified their warehousing and material handling with seasonal staff to meet the peak of consumer demand. On an annual basis, most warehouse and retail logistics companies double to triple their workforces for the holiday rush....


November 27, 2017  2:10 PM

Marrying IoT with communications and collaboration

Bob Agnes Profile: Bob Agnes
Collaboration, Customer satisfaction, Data Analytics, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, UC, Unified Communications

The growth and prominence of the internet of things and digital transformation is undeniable. In fact, recent reports predict 8.4 billion connected devices will be in use globally by the end of 2017 -- up 31%...


November 1, 2017  2:16 PM

Why startup-corporate collaboration is a hot topic and why you should care

Tanya Suarez Profile: Tanya Suarez
Collaboration, companies, corporations, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Security, security in IOT, Start up, start-ups, Startup, Startups

I don't think anyone doubts that we are in an era of disruptive innovation or that truly disruptive innovations are unlikely to come from corporates. They tend to have "innovation antibodies" that are born from the very factors that have made them successful in the first place:


October 31, 2017  10:48 AM

DevOps issues multiply in IoT environments

James Kirkland Profile: James Kirkland
Agile, Agile software development, Collaboration, DevOps, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IT, IT staff, Operational technology, Software development, Waterfall

My high school freshman son has been pretty stressed out these past couple of weeks. Dealing with the pressures of multiple teachers giving assignments all due on the same day has been very frustrating. As I watched him tackling mounds of math homework, I considered similar struggles that happen...


October 25, 2017  3:48 PM

IoT ushers in a new era for supply chain fulfillment

Kelly Frey Profile: Kelly Frey
Collaboration, Compliance, Customer service, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT hardware, Supply chain, Supply Chain Management

The internet of things has come a long way from the early 1980s when programmers were able to check drink availability by connecting to a Coca-Cola machine located at Carnegie Melon University via the internet. Today, far more wide-reaching uses for IoT have emerged. For businesses that play an...


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