IoT Agenda

Internet of Things (IoT) Data Management

  • Using technology to track holiday shipments

    Guest Contributor Marc Pégulu - Semtech 05 Nov 2019
  • As the holiday season approaches, manufacturers can use IoT devices and smart sensors to ensure quick and efficient product delivery to consumers and maintain continuous revenue streams.

  • Edge computing and IoT product design

    Guest Contributor Mitch Maiman - Intelligent Product Solutions (IPS) 04 Nov 2019
  • As edge computing begins to take hold in IoT, you must evaluate whether edge computing will provide value to your edge devices, or if it will only introduce increased hardware costs and other ...

  • Agri-tech – the next big IoT solution to feed the world

    Guest Contributor Joy King - Vertica, a Micro Focus Product Group 31 Oct 2019
  • Farming practices have much room for improvement thanks to the development of IoT sensors and analytics platforms to help farmers optimize the controllable conditions for crop growth.

  • Remote device management of connected robots

    Guest Contributor Sachin Kurlekar - Persistent Systems Limited 29 Oct 2019
  • Robot original equipment manufacturers and solution providers need to prioritize and build a scalable remote management solution that includes core functional features, security and additional ...

  • The secret to powering IoT devices

    Guest Contributor EJ Shin - Jenax 16 Oct 2019
  • Using the newest battery technology in IoT devices can affect device and data collection success more than manufacturers realize. Lighter, thinner, more flexible batteries can result in improved ...

  • Innovating field service IoT devices in the business 4.0 era

    Guest Contributor Gopinathan Krishnaswami - Tata Consultancy Services 11 Oct 2019
  • Field service IoT devices produce a gold mine of data, and organizations can use AI and machine learning to better interpret data and deliver better end-user experiences.

  • 3 E's of AI: Creating explainable AI

    Guest Contributor Scott Zoldi - FICO 08 Oct 2019
  • Organizations can use blockchain and explainable latent features to make AI understandable and push ethical, highly predictive AI technology into production more quickly.