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By Russell Gowers on September 8, 2016

OEMs and the multi-faceted customer

One of the age-old ways of relaxing before a big presentation is to ‘imagine the audience in their underwear’ or ‘imagine them tucked up in bed’. In so doing, you strip away the mystique which surrounds our workplace portrayals of ourselves – our work costumes if you like. For most ordinary workers, a meeting with […]

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By Jen Clark on September 7, 2016

Connected commuting: IoT and smart public transport

Public transport. What a joy. Who hasn’t been top-to-toe in tail lights, quietly seething and wishing that apparition (à la Harry Potter) would hurry up and be a real thing already. While disappearing and reappearing instantly in another place is confined to the realms of fantasy, for now at least, Internet of Things technology is […]

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IDC MarketSpace names Watson IoT among leaders of IoT platforms


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By Karen Lewis on September 8, 2016

Olli: Artificial Intelligence for the real world, in record time

One of the age-old ways of relaxing before a big presentation is to ‘imagine the audience in their underwear’ or ‘imagine them tucked up in bed’. In so doing, you strip away the mystique which surrounds our workplace portrayals of ourselves – our work costumes if you like. For most ordinary workers, a meeting with […]

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By Scott Stockwell on August 19, 2016

‘Home James’ – talking about self-driving vehicles at Upshift 2016

What’s the future of mobility? How soon will we see self-driving cars? With ever increasing numbers of us living in cities, will we be able to get around or will we be trapped in perpetual gridlock?  These are some of the thorny topics that AutoBlog wrestles with and on 6 October in Detroit, Michigan, they’re […]

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By Lynne Slowey on July 26, 2016

IoT ruins movies: Thelma & Louise

Setting the scene This time last week I was swooping through the skies in a helicopter, circling and landing in the Grand Canyon. I know what you’re thinking, what relevance does this have to the IoT and IBM? To be honest not a lot, I just really like telling people about my trip! But, of […]

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By Liza Cooper on July 11, 2016

Connected cars are a driving force for the IoT

In Q1 of this year, more automobiles were connected to cellular networks than mobile phones. 84% of American’s use a cellphone, according to a study by Chetan Sharma Consulting. This number has remained steady for the last few years and is not expected to shift much in the near future. Those who are purchasing cellphones […]

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By Amy Bennett on June 16, 2016

SilverHook: It’s plane sailing with Watson IoT

For those wanting to dive in to IoT, our partnership with Cisco and SilverHook is the perfect example of why you should take the plunge, and get your feet wet… SilverHook powerboats These stunning vehicles reach speeds surpassing 100 MPH in the open ocean. SilverHook Powerboats pride themselves on their advanced monohull designs. These specialized […]

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By Scott Stockwell on April 21, 2016

The IoT flips ‘garbage in, garbage out’

The adage ‘garbage in, garbage out’ may once have held true, particularly in the land of software programming where it originated, but in today’s connected world, the Internet of Things is flipping it into ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure’ – literally. A team from the National Taipei University of Technology’s Department of Electronic […]

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