By Chris O'Connor on April 21, 2016

10 ways to derive value from the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things is complex, and figuring out how to derive value from it can be even more difficult. Use these tips for determining where to start or how to best continue your IoT journey. 1. Reimagine product development Products engineered for the IoT need to be different. What’s more exciting, the IoT enables […]

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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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By Chris O'Connor on April 21, 2016

Creating innovative new business models with the Internet of Things

As connected devices and data from them becomes the norm, enterprises are moving beyond selling connected, intelligent products and beyond selling new services – focusing on delivering compelling experiences over the life of a product. The Internet of Things is at the threshold of a tremendous opportunity. Connecting things with unique IP addresses has been […]

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By Bret Greenstein on April 21, 2016

Getting started with Watson IoT is as easy as Pi

The Raspberry Pi has fueled the maker culture by offering more power than many low-end devices. With millions sold worldwide, it has become a symbol of innovation and creativity for the Internet of Things. Because many engineers begin tinkering with IoT ideas on a Raspberry Pi, IBM has committed to the Pi ecosystem to deliver […]

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By Lynne Slowey on April 17, 2016

The Internet of Things in the Cognitive Era: Realizing the future and full potential of connected devices

IoT devices will become the largest single source of data, with over 90% going unused. IBM has pioneered work in the Internet of Things for over a decade, focusing on cognitive computing solutions so that all IoT data can drive delivery, efficiency, and performance for our clients. This whitepaper from Harriet Green, General Manager, IBM […]

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By Lynne Slowey on April 17, 2016

How does the Internet of Things work?

How does the IoT work? The Internet of Things gives us access to the data from millions of devices. But how does it actually work, what does it mean, and what can we do with all that data? We’ve popped together an easy to follow tutorial from our Think Academy to help you get started […]

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By Lynne Slowey on April 17, 2016

Why use IoT for business?

Watch the video Understand the power of Internet of Things and cognitive computing, see real results and case studies from our clients including Silverhook Powerboats, Honda, and TP Vision – the maker of Phillips televisions. With over 13 billion connected devices out there already, and this number predicted to grow to over 29 billion by […]

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By Lynne Slowey on April 17, 2016

IoT Made Simple with Watson IoT Platform

Watch the video With a value of over $71 trillion, can you afford not to be a part of the Internet of Things? The IBM IoT Platform helps you build, manage, and quickly launch IoT applications whether you are a fast-moving startup or an enterprise. Get started on your IoT journey at http://ibm.com/iot.

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By Lynne Slowey on April 17, 2016

Doing the robot: Watson really is all singing, all dancing

Watch the video Watson Nao, IBM’s concierge robot had the chance to bust some moves at the Nvidia’s GTU technology conference last week, thanks to a presentation by IBM Watson’s Chief Technology Officer Rob High. Nao decided took the opportunity to show his / her / its human side and sang a catchy version of […]

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By Lynne Slowey on April 6, 2016

Eat and drink smart – IoT offers food solutions

We all know that eating the right foods and drinking plenty of water is good for us, and it’s that kind of stat and fact that we’ve recorded for years via various fitness and diet trackers. But thanks to cognitive computing and IoT the world of smart eating and drinking is evolving quicker than you […]

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By Franklin Morris on January 4, 2016

The benefits of a field service management solution

Field service management (FSM) — the ability of a business to plan and dispatch workers to a location in order to meet service commitments — is a complex discipline with a number of important, interlocking pieces: Managing demand: Forecasting the number of work orders to plan the staff that is needed Scheduling: Using predefined rules […]

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By Rodrigo Ibraim Teixeira on April 21, 2015

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