As digitally connected cars evolve from futuristic fantasy to current reality, traditional vehicle manufacturers must learn to adapt, develop updated business models and become flexible with new critical business competencies—or risk being left behind.
IBM Asset Analytics for Rotational Equipment in Oil and Gas addresses the problem of monitoring a large number of wells through the efforts of relatively few engineers while analyzing large volumes of operational data in real time.
Enterprises looking to the Internet of Things to help them transform in the face of digital disruption face a series of challenges that can lead to significant market opportunity when they are overcome. But to take full advantage of the Internet of Things, enterprises must rebuild their strategy
Many of us might not give much thought to weather data having an impact on business outcomes and decision making. Surprisingly, there are many ways weather can effect organizations spanning many industries. And a great way to learn more is to attend IBM Insight 2015, which will highlight the recent
How organizations approach inventory optimization can pave the way for business success. Although significant obstacles lie in the way, adopting five best practices can help organizations incorporate analytics into their inventory optimization.
The Internet of Things offers great potential in many fields, but healthcare can benefit in ways that affect everyone. An upcoming webcast describes how IoT-related technologies and streaming analytics can help healthcare providers reduce costs and improve patient outcomes.
In the coming decade, massive amounts of data from the Internet of Things will generate huge business potential as well. Capitalizing on this opportunity requires the effective, efficient technological solutions being discussed and showcased at the upcoming IoT Solutions World Congress.
Through the Internet of Things, car insurers now have the ability to track drivers’ behaviors in real time. While this method of determining premiums has great potential, there are still outstanding issues that must be addressed before it can be adopted throughout the industry.
With a growing number of long-time employees retiring, the “brain drain” of facilities management knowledge has become a critical concern for many businesses. An integrated workplace management system not only helps organizations keep this vital information, but offers real business benefits to the
As the Internet of Things (IoT) takes off, you’ll hear more about “liquification.” This trend involves physical assets becoming participants in real-time global digital markets—enabling industries as disparate as real estate, risk management and agriculture to benefit from IoT efficiencies.
Enterprises have an unprecedented challenge in the Internet of Things era. They must manage their complex data streams and apply analytics to them in a way that derives value and offers security. Fortunately, a solid IoT foundation lets them accomplish these tasks in ways that were previously
ARM and IBM are partnering to change the way connected devices are built and transform the IoT landscape. We're connecting everything and embedding analytics to extract real-world value out of the IoT.