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October 18, 2017  4:09 PM

Rethinking data through edge computing: Four phases for IIoT infrastructure

Jason Andersen Jason Andersen Profile: Jason Andersen
Business Analytics, Data Analytics, Edge computing, Enterprise IoT, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Real time analytics

As industrial enterprises continue to move toward fully embracing the industrial internet of things, however tentatively that may be, we can observe an evolution in how operational technology (OT) teams are thinking. Until more recently, OT teams have been reluctant to change and caught viewing...

October 5, 2017  1:49 PM

Demystifying IoT and fog computing: Part one

Sastry Malladi Profile: Sastry Malladi
Data Analytics, Edge computing, FOG, fog computing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data

Two of the most common buzzwords you hear these days are IoT and fog computing. I'd like to put some perspective on this, coming in from the real-world experience from my current role as the CTO of FogHorn. I intend to divide this...


October 3, 2017  10:44 AM

Mix predictive maintenance with IoT and rule public transport

Ruben van der Zwan Ruben van der Zwan Profile: Ruben van der Zwan
Customer satisfaction, Customer service, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Predictive Analytics, Predictive maintenance, Smart transit, transportation

When you take a train, you expect it to drop you off on time and without being squashed like a sardine in a can. This doesn't sound like very much to ask, yet it is. The public transport sector struggles to have its trains, buses and ferries run on time, and prevent breakdowns and accidents while...


October 2, 2017  4:36 PM

The UPS opportunity: What efficiencies are you missing in your business?

Athani Krishnaprasad Profile: Athani Krishnaprasad
ai, Customer satisfaction, Customer service, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, Predictive Analytics

UPS has saved 10 million gallons of gas, emits 22,000 tons less carbon dioxide, and delivers 350,000 more packages every year -- simply by avoiding left turns. Sounds simple, right?...


September 27, 2017  10:44 AM

Could a connected plaster really steal your healthcare records?

Myles Bray Profile: Myles Bray
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, iot security, patient data, patient data privacy, patient data security, security in IOT

Recently, I came across an article in a newspaper that described a cool healthcare innovation: smart bandages. These bandages will use 5G and wireless networks to track the healing process. To me, this is super interesting, especially because it goes beyond typical healthcare. There are so many...


September 25, 2017  11:32 AM

IoT data is growing fast, and security remains the biggest hurdle

Malte Pollmann Malte Pollmann Profile: Malte Pollmann
Cloud Security, Cloud storage, Edge computing, Encryption, Encryption keys, HSM, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, iot security, security in IOT

Data is the backbone and currency of the internet of things. Whether it's a sensor generating temperature data, a sock tracking a baby's vitals or a vending machine that sends alerts when products are low, IoT data needs to be transmitted, processed, secured and potentially stored. One thing is...


September 22, 2017  11:56 AM

What to consider when selecting a managed IoT service provider

Frank Greer Profile: Frank Greer
Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, IoT devices, IT Managed Service, Managed service providers, Managed Services, Service providers

Fifty billion connected devices by 2020. And 8.4 billion devices running by the end of 2017. When it comes to IoT, monumental numbers like this commonly cited by big networking providers, like Cisco, or research firms, like Gartner, seem to get all the attention. But companies implementing...


September 20, 2017  10:47 AM

What do modern utility consumers need in this digital era?

Dhavan Rathore Profile: Dhavan Rathore
Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, IoT hardware, mobile apps, Service providers, Smart meter, utilities, Utility

Technology has reshaped the definition of services. What earlier used to be a simple transaction has changed toward a more proactive experience. Consumers are longing for more, and service providers are looking to engage their customers better. Even utility enterprises, such as electricity, water,...


September 18, 2017  11:03 AM

Use service relationship management to maximize IIoT investment and uptime

Dick Hyatt Profile: Dick Hyatt
IIoT, Industrial IoT, Information sharing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, Predictive maintenance, Repair, ROI, service, Service management

While managers in many industries have been leveraging automation and the industrial internet of things to monitor their assets for several years, the question must be asked: Are they getting real and sustainable value from the data they're collecting? Perhaps not. While managers in many...


September 14, 2017  11:12 AM

Avoid data gridlock by offloading internet traffic at the digital edge

Ryan Mallory Profile: Ryan Mallory
cloud, Connectivity, Data Management, Edge computing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IoT hardware, Network infrastructure, QoE

As more and more companies become part of the internet of things supply chain, the possibilities for business opportunities grow alongside the digital transformation. But with existing application traffic already straining beleaguered enterprise WANs, how do you avoid the data gridlock that is...


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