The Internet of Things arguably grew by leaps and bounds in 2015. Where is the Internet of Things headed in 2016? Take a look at one perspective in which interest in the Internet of Things is expected to evolve toward widespread implementation.
The Internet of Things (IoT) offers enormous potential for advances in a wide range of areas. But what’s needed is the ability to support a consistent IoT platform. Without this, even the best IoT projects will likely fail.
When looking for course-changing insight, connecting the dots of information can range from meticulous exercises to bursts of inspiration. However this wow-factor insight may be derived, it can take organizations and industries on a new trajectory characterizing the dawn of an era in which
The benefits of data analytics for travel industry leaders are not confined to understanding customer behavior over time—insights can also be gained in the moment. Real-time weather data provides marketing and operations teams within various arms of the travel industry with immediate, actionable
Although the weather can frequently be the go-to topic when engaging in small talk, it is very much intertwined with deeper discussions around the environment, global warming, and reducing carbon emissions. A rising tide of sensor-derived, Internet of Things data is now fueling a worldwide focus on
Traditional transportation models are converging around the development of smart cars—also known as cognitive vehicles—while new, disruptive technologies are coming to the forefront in various industries. But what are the possibilities when these different developments can be unified for the
IBM made waves at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show with a variety of innovations in cognitive computing. From IBM CEO Ginni Rometty’s keynote address to conversations with dinosaurs, CES 2016 offered innovation at every turn.
Cognitive analytics is innovating and evolving rapidly. Expert predictions in this area are essential for organizations that plan to leverage cognitive analytics in their big data analytics strategies in 2016 and beyond
Connected homes and appliances are rapidly increasing as consumers recognize the possibilities of how a connected home can simplify life. In the next four years, more than 470 million connected appliances are expected to be installed in homes worldwide. Take a look at this estimated growth, and
Consumer electronics and IoT are converging, but there are other players in the cosmic mix. And there's no place better to witness the chemistry than on the proving grounds of CES, one of the world's largest consumer electronics events.
Last year I made a few predictions about what would come to pass in the big data landscape in 2015. How close was I? Let’s revisit some of my 2015 predictions to see if they came to fruition and whether there were any surprises.
When it comes to customer relationships, no business wants to be caught by surprise. This is why organizations that consistently find themselves surprised by their customers should seek new data solutions to reduce unpredictability.
Change is coming for the transportation and logistics services industry. New regulations, driver expectations and the demands of a connected world are driving OEMs and electronics manufacturers forward.
Cognitive computing is reshaping the Internet of Things, helping enterprises enter the flow of IoT data to uncover unexpected insights and answer previously unanswerable questions. Find out how you can reimagine your future with the help of the cognitive Internet of Things.
The Internet of Things just might be the most exciting thing going on in technology right now, bringing the potential to change the world as we know it. What’s more, the Internet of things is growing at an incredible pace. Listen to this podcast to hear Neil Cawse from Geotab and Tony Boobier from