By Chris Wiegand on May 22, 2019

What to expect from 5G and IoT for smart spaces

5G is primed to enable a world where every object can be connected by combining new technologies in new ways. By leveraging Beamforming techniques, mid-band spectrums (1-6 GHz), and smaller cells, the coverage benefits 5G delivers will expand the power of the network to cover exponentially more users, devices, sensors, and connected vehicles.

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By Sarah Dudley on May 20, 2019

Top Takeaways from IoT World 2019

The total number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices is expected to hit 10 billion by 2020. With this explosion of growth also comes an uptick in the conversations around how to use these devices and the data they generate to improve our businesses and our lives. At IoT World, North America’s largest IoT event […]

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By Sarah Dudley on May 17, 2019

And the winner is……Watson IoT at the IoT World Awards 2019!

It’s been an exciting week as more than 12,000 people converged on the Santa Clara Convention Center for Internet of Things World 2019! Topics have spanned from connected cars and smart buildings to Industry 4.0 and developing an IoT Platform. In the full recap going out in the next few days, we will highlight the […]

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By Amy Silberbauer on May 13, 2019

Join us at Agile and Beyond!

In this blog, you'll learn about what's happening at the Agile and Beyond conference in Detroit May 29-31.

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By Laura Langendorf and others on April 25, 2019

The Daily Exchange: Day 2 at IoT Exchange

Welcome to Day 2 of the IBM® IoT Exchange. Another day in which our four academies delivered valuable insights, great main stage presentations and demos that brought technology to life. And if you missed yesterday’s recap, you can read it here. Just like yesterday, we wanted to share some of the day’s highlights: Day 2 Keynote: […]

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By Sarah Dudley and others on April 24, 2019

The Daily Exchange: Day 1 at IoT Exchange

Welcome to Day 1 of the IBM® IoT Exchange. With four academies, main stage presentations and a robust solutions showcase, it was an information-packed day, with IoT thought leaders and experts, and IBM customers, IBM Business Partners and staff. Did we mention we had a backyard party, too? More on that later. If you’re here with […]

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By Christopher Daerr and Christopher Daerr on April 24, 2019

Learn to unlock new value from data with IoT and AI at IBM IoT Exchange

Your business demands increased operational efficiency and improved effectiveness of your physical assets. Your building occupants demand workspaces that improve their daily experience. Your customers demand reliable, intelligent products. Your bottom line demands that you reduce the cost of operations.

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By Stephen Russo and Bruce D Baron on April 24, 2019

Do you know the price of poor infrastructure?

Over the last 20 years, huge investments have been made in metropolitan areas to understand the immense volume of data collected about the citizens inhabiting these cities. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent combining data with emerging mobile, sensor and machine learning technologies. This is all done with the goal to improve infrastructure […]

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By Rebecca Sendel on April 23, 2019

Turn turbulent airport operations into high flying results with IoT solutions

Attend this Maximo Academy session at IoT Exchange, Thursday, 25 April at 2:15 PM and learn how Arrow helped one airport improve operations using IoT and AI

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By Kendra DeKeyrel on April 15, 2019

The results are in: IBM TRIRIGA is a Leader in new independent research

If you’re charged with choosing the right technology solution for your real estate and facility management portfolio, I invite you to download the Green Quadrant Integrated Workplace Management Systems 2019 from Verdantix. And let me jump straight to the spoiler: TRIRIGA is a Leader!

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By Dan Yarmoluk and Craig Truempi on April 15, 2019

Why move from condition monitoring to predictive maintenance? – Part 2

Several weeks ago, I wrote a blog in which I discussed the history of condition monitoring and the differences between condition monitoring and predictive maintenance. You’ll recall that we left off introducing the next evolution of maintenance: condition monitoring 4.0. The most current advancements in predictive maintenance require automation of the analysis process using AI models. […]

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By Russell Bee on April 12, 2019

How to reduce injuries on the job with IoT data and analytics

Did you know that 178 work-related accidents happen every 15 seconds? It’s a staggering number with potentially devastating effects on employees in asset-intensive industries. Businesses pay a high price for accidents, too. In the United States, estimated annual costs associated with occupational injuries and illnesses total USD $170 billion. Despite extensive regulation and strong commitment to […]

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