Enterprise Internet of Things (IoT)
Even though IoT inspires visions of smart lights, thermostats and other technology that requires less effort for users, Silicon Labs' Asem Elshimi asks IT pros to think of the greater good IoT can ...
Smart cities and connected vehicles are just two areas of rapid IoT growth in China. Yongjing Zhang discusses the state of the IoT market in China.
A state government in India is taking a data-driven, pragmatic approach to solving grand human challenges. Hitachi Vantara's Justin Bean explains how governments around the world can learn from ...
Edge computing and 5G combine with the rapid expansion of IoT devices to open up a world of new possibilities. StorMagic's Bruce Kornfeld advises administrators to add 5G to their IoT plans now.
Organizations can improve their business process and solve problems faster with high-productivity platforms. Progress Software's Abhishek Tandon discusses.
Organizations must train their machine learning models to create real-world applications, such as facial recognition check-ins. Exadel's Jonathan Fries discusses the do's and don'ts of using ...
The fourth Industrial Revolution is upon us. PwC's Mohamed Kande explains what this means for organizations and discusses strategies to solve business problems and create new opportunities.
The IoT market will continue to see rapid growth for the next few years, so Kinetica's Nima Negahban advises that organizations take advantage of potential returns and invest in IoT now.
Any data scientist would want to remove bias from their machine learning model. FICO's Scott Zoldi reminds organizations that it's easy to forget biases can be imputed from the confounding variables.
Advancements in microelectronics have given manufacturers the ability to shrink IoT printed circuit boards even more. NexLogic's Zulki Khan discusses how laser microscopes can inspect miniature PCBs.
IoT technology has enhanced GPS tracking for transportation and improving consumer's daily lives. Rewire Security's Ekim Sarbardak explores the potential of IoT-enabled tracking.
Augmented reality and mixed reality technology can transform troubleshooting and learning in all industries. ThirdEye Gen's Nick Cherukuri explains its potential uses.
Organizations must find more efficient ways to process data as the number of edge IoT devices increases. Canonical's Tom Canning explains how snap deltas work to reduce the size of data transfers.
Long-range wireless power will make vendors rethink their installation and maintenance services to avoid expenses from sending a technician for a simple fix. Wi-Charge's Ori Mor discusses.
Smart devices have changed the way that consumers live, but the technology has the greatest potential at the edge of industrial organizations, Stratus Technologies' Jason Andersen explains.