Internet of Things (IoT) Analytics
In order to bridge the gap separating IT and OT teams, says Jason Andersen of Stratus Technologies, a new breed of 'hybrid OT' professionals is emerging.
To uncover how to improve security with AI, we must first consider that the way we perform security operations is broken, says Greg Martin, CEO of JASK.
With IoT to aid them, farm owners are maintaining data more accurately for farm animals and increasing their productivity, paving way for precision farming.
When data can be effectively used to guide actions and gain useful insights, it's an increasingly large part of a technology company's value.
Artificial intelligence-powered tools are providing criminals an easy way to forge audio and video files. Beware; identity theft and fake info will rise.
Machine learning's promise of improving asset management is what keeps the spark going, says Saviant Consulting's Yatish Patil.
Like baseball GMs, says Red Hat's James Kirkland, OT teams are hoping IoT will improve their chances at a hitting a home run at every at-bat.
To realize significant value over time, your organization's IoT offering should implement learning loops to adapt and evolve, says Bright Wolf co-founder James Branigan.
The industrial internet of things is investing billions into healthcare artificial intelligence. IBM's Watson is developing different innovations.
A connected city isn't the same thing as a smart city. Zachary Rudzki, manager at TechNexus, explains the difference.
Choosing an industrial AI-driven IoT platform isn't easy; Flutura's Rick Harlow offers 21 questions to ask to find the best one for your IIoT initiative.
Pest control is an area where IoT isn't often considered, but should be according to infiswift chief commercial officer Arup Barat.
When it comes to IoT ecosystems, we've been living on the edge for too long now. Uday Davuluru of Lemonbeat GmbH says it's time to move closer to it.
CERN is exploring the capabilities of AI to provide protection to the world's largest particle collider. Research and training of the AI is underway.
The cloud can't process data quickly enough for IoT applications. OIES Consulting's Francisco Maroto discusses how fog/edge is stepping up to the plate.