Some experts have it that tens of thousands of devices are running buildings, power plants and other infrastructure in the US, and they are all connected to and part of the Internet of things (IoT). This connectivity produces many efficiencies, yet it brings the risk and fear of cybersecurity
Heating-fuel delivery to rural customers in the US can be greatly inefficient when deliveries are made to half-full tanks. The practice can be costly for both the supplier and the customer. Take a look at one solution that utilized Internet of Things sensors and analytics to monitor fuel levels and
The rapid rise of the Internet of Things requires a new breed of developer. Often moonlighting to develop solutions that are transforming the Internet of Things, many of these developers have day jobs in a wide array of disciplines. And their job titles can range from application developer to
Exploiting external, cloud-based data can bolster competitive advantage for cognitive businesses, but combining it with internal, business-outcome data brings challenges. Consider several actions that organizations can take using cloud data services to capitalize on the value of external data.
IBM and the Internet of Things are changing how insurance companies do business. Insurers have the opportunity to improve claims management, crisis response, policyholder retention, risk management and more. Outthink limits and discover what your insurance company can do with the Internet of Things.
Usage-based insurance and its pricing model variants for setting rates and billing insured drivers capitalizes on the opportunity afforded by Internet of Things sensor data and advanced, real-time analytics. But in addition to billing and rates, UBI can be applied as a force for good that can help