Although weather is one of the most significant influences on business performance in a wide array of industries, it is also one of the least predictable. Join us at “Hack the Weather” to learn how smart data applications could usher in the next stage of meteorological forecasting.
Thanks to a deluge of sensor data, not only is our ability to forecast the weather more accurate than ever, but this information also can be used in exciting new ways. In this Internet of Things podcast, see how The Weather Company is helping businesses use weather data for competitive advantage.
As the US deals with ever-growing healthcare expenditures, the industry must somehow bring these expenses under control. Digitizing all aspects of healthcare is an excellent way to help slow down spiraling costs and improve processes.
Explore the new value proposition in the electronics industry at IFA 2015 as the big names in electronics gather to focus on monetizing the Internet of Things. Don’t miss this chance to explore the latest applications for electronics in a connected world.
When it comes to cutting-edge technology, the annual IFA consumer electronics trade show never ceases to amaze attendees from around the globe. The IFA 2015 event held in Berlin, Germany, is expected to expand broadly from last year’s presentations and announcements of connected products. Check out
Today’s automobiles seem to be quickly morphing into connected devices on wheels. As the boundaries of the auto industry blur, and as new competitors get into the mix, see how traditional industry participants are utilizing real-time streaming data analysis and the Internet of Things to thrive amid
Thanks to the Internet of Things’ transformation of the automotive industry, the next generation of cars will be characterized by connectivity. But in creating these new complexities, high-end and high-performing solutions will be necessary to keep up with the multiple in-vehicle applications.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly becoming more integrated into our networked society. However, securing devices linked through the IoT poses challenges for organizations. How can they ensure their IoT development frameworks don’t create security risks?
The concept of “liquidity” isn’t just restricted to the financial sector. Thanks to the Internet of Things, the physical world can become liquefied as well—making it easier than ever for organizations to enter into the IoT ecosystem.
When customers or other key stakeholders expect to be able to connect with an organization instantaneously, extremely low latency, high throughput data and analytics flows and execution are absolutely essential. The advent of the Internet of Things is among several key drivers of the emergence of
The Internet of Things is a diverse world of interconnected devices that holds incredible potential for harnessing engineering and analytical insight. When you know how to tap into it, you’re able to navigate the complexities of continuous engineering with real-time understanding of how your
Big data and analytics technologies are intensifying 3D printing’s effects on our increasingly connected world. The technologies driving this industrial transformation include simulated and algorithmic CAD, ubiquitous worldwide Internet connectivity, Internet of Things file handling by cloud