Case Study

Mahindra & Mahindra: transforming product innovation

Written by Jen Clark | August 3, 2017 | Case Study, Continuous Engineering

Mahindra & Mahindra’s automotive division is transforming product innovation with IBM’s Rational solutions. Together, we are integrating every stage of the development process into a single seamless, traceable system: enhancing collaboration between stakeholders, increasing product quality and reducing time to market. The challenge: competing through innovation As India’s automotive industry undergoes rapid growth, Mahindra & ...read more


InterConnect: Arrow Electronics and Indiegogo

Written by Jen Clark | March 20, 2017 | Case Study

Slava Rubin, Founder and Chief Business Officer, Indiegogo talks start-ups and the democratising power of the Internet at InterConnect 2017. Indiegogo is a launchpad for entrepreneurial ideas and platform where start-ups and new businesses can raise funds, start a campaign, organize marketing and promotion and use analytics to see how their campaigns are performing. Slava ...read more


What is a digital twin?

Written by Lynne Slowey | March 16, 2017 | Blog, Case Study, Digital Twin

We caught up with IBM’s Chris O’Connor at the Watson IoT Genius of Things summit to get the low-down on digital twin, and what it means. What is a digital twin? Digital twin is a virtual/digital representation of a physical entity or system. It involves connected “things” generating real-time data. That data is analyzed in ...read more


An inside look at how IBM is using IoT in its buildings across the globe

Written by John DeMarco | February 9, 2017 | Article, Buildings, Case Study

Retail chains, universities, hoteliers – they all have complex real estate portfolios that they must manage, as well as multiple buildings across which they must provide a consistent occupant experience. When we talk to companies like retail chains, universities and hoteliers about how to take an Internet of Things (IoT) approach to real estate and ...read more


Downton Abbey meets the IoT: A peek inside IBM’s Hursley House

Written by Franklin Morris | January 9, 2017 | Case Study

To the untrained eye, it appears the perfect picture of the old world — a stately mansion in the English countryside. But inside its 18th century walls, Hursley House has long been a hotbed of innovation for IBM and a source of some of our most cutting-edge software. Today, we are using our Hursley location ...read more


How low-code platforms help underwriters tap the value of cognitive services

Written by Christopher Ricci | November 30, 2016 | Case Study

The Mendix team was really excited to sponsor and attend IBM World of Watson for the first time in October 2016. We met a lot of great people and learned a lot about the future of Watson and cognitive computing.  In particular, Mendix was there to help organizations understand how low-code platforms can speed up ...read more


Around the world in 80 days by electric motorcycle – part 3 – navigation

Written by Paul Hesen | October 28, 2016 | Automotive, Blog, Case Study

In this series we follow the ‘Storm Wave’ electric motorcycle as it tours the world in 80 days. This week we look at TomTom’s involvement. You can read about the team’s mission and how they got started in part 1 of the story including the involvement of NXP and KPN  who’ve helped with communications infrastructure. ...read more


OutThink limits, unleash your professional potential

Written by Scott Stockwell | October 25, 2016 | Blog, Business, Case Study...

What does cognitive mean to today’s professional? Harriet Green, General Manager IBM Watson Internet of Things, Cognitive Engagement and Education underlined the benefits that cognitive computing brings professionals. By providing the right information at right time to make productive decisions. We’re all overwhlmed with so much information and it’s hard to seapatea signal from noise, ...read more


IoT use cases: the Internet of Things in action

Written by Jen Clark | October 25, 2016 | Buildings, Case Study, Energy and Utilities

Anyone with a smartphone, connected thermostat or internet-enabled home entertainment system can see how the Internet of Things is part of our daily life. But besides remotely turning on the heating via an app, where else can we see IoT technology at work? In industry? Manufacturing? The office? Here are some quick case studies to ...read more


Putting the human touch into buildings

Written by Chris O'Connor | June 30, 2016 | Buildings, Case Study

The Internet of Things is going to transform how we work and live in more ways than many of us can imagine. Rapid advances in technology such as cognitive analytics, pervasive connectivity and embedded sensors are transforming every part of business. This transformation is leading to improved operations and lower costs, and engaging and personalized ...read more


SilverHook: It’s plane sailing with Watson IoT

Written by Amy Bennett | June 16, 2016 | Automotive, Case Study, Sport and fitness

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 ...read more


David Haase rides with IoT data

Written by Liza Cooper | June 15, 2016 | Case Study, Sport and fitness

Dave Haase, four-time top American finisher in the Race Across America (RAAM) is setting off once again. The Race Across America is a cycling race like none you have seen before. The race spans three thousand miles, from the pacific to the Atlantic. The race begins in Oceanside California and ends in Annapolis, Maryland. Cyclists ...read more