IoT

Trends and insights into tomorrow’s technologies

India student’s project will empower farmers with technology 

Written by Kapil Sarin | April 29, 2019 | Government, IoT, New Normal

Students prepped for the workforce of the future and the new collar economy in a first-of-its kind industry event hosted by IBM Bengaluru. ...read more


A house that knows you: creating smarter homes and services

Written by Rich McKay | March 27, 2019 | Artificial Intelligence, Electronics, IoT

Huf Haus, the German pre-fabricated home manufacturer, has created the world’s first house that learns from its residents. Called “Outlook,” the smart home gets to know people through their interactions, which are collected through a network of sensors and analyzed by IBM’s Watson IoT platform. ...read more


Nation Waste Inc.’s CEO Maria Rios sees opportunity everywhere

Written by Justine Jablonska | February 26, 2019 | Big Thinkers, IoT, Manufacturing

This story is part of Big Thinkers, a series of profiles on business leaders transforming industries with bold ideas. “When I see waste, I see opportunity,” Maria Rios begins. “That’s my slogan.” She’s calling from the library of her alma mater, the University of Houston, where she’s now a board member. The university is where ...read more


Alectra Utilities is powering a renewable energy breakthrough

Written by Rich McKay | February 14, 2019 | Blockchain, Energy and Utilities, IoT

Vikram Singh figured his customers might respond positively to a new renewable energy pilot, but their enthusiasm surprised him. And blockchain helped make it happen. ...read more


NASCAR is revving up its weather forecasting operation

Written by Marina Brady | January 29, 2019 | IoT, Media and Entertainment, New Normal

NASCAR needs to stay a step ahead of the weather. ...read more


Why one company believes this workbench is the key to a smart factory

Written by Jordan Teicher | January 21, 2019 | IoT, Manufacturing, New Normal

UK-based aerospace component manufacturer Meggitt has a bold Industry 4.0 vision ...read more


In one of the coldest places on earth, this utility keeps the power on

Written by Rich McKay | November 9, 2018 | Artificial Intelligence, Energy and Utilities, IoT

How does NB Power keep homes warm and its employees safe during winter ice storms and -30°C temperatures? Through AI and accurate outage prediction models. ...read more


With IBM partnership, USC fills the manufacturing skills gap

Written by Jordan Teicher | October 3, 2018 | Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Manufacturing...

The next generation of manufacturers needs to be fluent in new technologies to succeed. Universities, in partnership with technology companies, can provide that education. ...read more


Auto companies are quick to implement IIoT but slow to secure it, new study shows

Written by Justine Jablonska | September 17, 2018 | Automotive, IoT

87% of auto companies are implementing IIoT into plants and assembly lines without fully evaluating risk, according to a new study. ...read more