What wisdom lies in crowds, and how can we gain access to it? The Internet of Things may help us take advantage of emerging interactions between people, devices and data. To learn more, discover how the Internet of Things is connecting not only things, but also people—and ideas.
Intelligent wearables have been in the market for a while, primarily aimed at the health and fitness market. But what happens when regular, everyday textiles start entering the electronics and high-fashion realm?
Host Bob Stasio and guest Shahid Shah discuss cybersecurity with an eye to medical devices and their regulatory environment, pinpointing ways for medical software and device vendors to heighten security.
Designing for the Internet of Things means creating new ways of achieving business goals, offering customers a compelling value proposition with connectivity at its forefront. Find out what considerations can help you reshape your business model to scale with the Internet of Things.
Established methods of product design and manufacturing are giving way to “strategic reuse”—a modern business strategy that gives organizations a more mature and controlled way to work with growing numbers of features and dozens, hundreds or even thousands of product variants.
More than 5,000 executives from 70 different countries and 21 industries shared their thoughts in the IBM Global C-suite Study for 2015. Their message was clear: The Internet of Things is among the three most important technology concerns, taking a back seat only to the cloud and mobile spaces.
It’s not difficult to extrapolate what the near future will look like. Based on current growth trends, by 2020, the Internet of Things will connect 50 billion devices—bringing businesses, governments and consumers together in a continuous stream of data and analytics that will add value and enrich
Africa is not devoid of water, but attempts to create water stability in African nations have suffered from a lack of understanding—that, in turn, caused by insufficient access to water data. By using streaming data to understand the nature of the water resources available in Africa, data
The recent acquisition of The Weather Company by IBM may have many scratching their heads, but there’s quite a lot of business value to be had in all the data available on weather conditions. Take a look at a couple of airline use cases that demonstrate the impact weather data can have on business
For businesses, understanding the explosion of data is a critical precursor in the cognitive journey. A data platform that ingests all kinds of information—created inside or outside the enterprise, at massive speed and scale—enables organizations to link their business data with weather and other