Today's manufacturing organizations operate in a dynamic environment characterized by increased complexity and uncertainty. The financial performance of manufacturers hinges on their ability to rapidly adapt to constantly-changing conditions, from demand fluctuations to delivery challenges while
Lunewave's Hao Xin writes, "As a kid, I dreamed about the flying cars and jetpacks that would hopefully define our future lives. Up until recently, the technology that could make them even remotely possible was both expensive and difficult to manufacture. Now, thanks to 3-D printing and machine
On September 13, Rob Thomas together with ESPN anchor Hannah Storm, will lead a discussion around the transformative potential of AI, the importance of a multi-cloud architecture — and how companies representing a range of industries – from manufacturing to health care — are winning with AI. Attend
The manufacturing industry finds itself embroiled in major changes these days, and analytics, cloud-based technologies, the Internet of Things and volumes of data are fueling its metamorphosis. See how manufacturing companies are shifting resources toward value-add processes such as
Certain automotive makers are getting ahead of the competition by switching to the use of predictive analytics—rather than reactive analytics. In a recent case study conducted in partnership with Sweden’s Volvo Group, new data insights provided new opportunities for cost savings and operational
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
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
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.
Road-ready 3D-printed vehicles are no longer the stuff of imagination but of rapidly approaching reality. But how can Internet of Things connectivity and smart technology help keep drivers’ eyes on the road and their hands on the wheel? Discover how safe, smart and sustainable devices are bringing
Over a four-year period, IBM, the European Union and 40 other participating groups worked together to bring about a mass deployment of electromobility infrastructure in pursuit of interoperable and scalable technical solutions and sustainable business models for electromobility. Learn how
Your car and driving experience of the future are right around the corner. Combining an infrastructure that enables integration across any device with analytics and machine learning results in a powerful platform upon which to develop the future of intelligent vehicles.
If you’re attending Insight 2015, you won’t want to miss the world’s first road-ready 3D-printed car. Stop by the Innovation EXPO to learn how the Internet of Things is bringing cars, drivers and the outside environment all together into a never-before-seen package.
Today, the Internet of Things (IoT) is creating new challenges and opportunities for the automotive industry. However, applying analytics to this tide of IoT data can help turn it into competitive advantage.
Attend IBM Insight 2015 to watch the semifinalists in the Hack the Weather hackathon present their projects to a panel of judges, and learn how to use weather-driven analysis to address your own analytics-related business challenges.