By Karen Lewis on September 5, 2016

Discover new Watson IoT Platform recipes

Check out these new recipes for Watson IoT Platform. No matter what your interests are, there is bound to be a recipe to spark your interest. After you try them out, let us know how you used the recipes in the comments fields below. Recipe: Using Node-RED on Docker with weather APIs Recipe: Trying out […]

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By Karen Lewis on September 5, 2016

New Watson IoT Platform enhancements for the developer

Take advantage of new enhancements available in the Watson IoT Platform. In this article, Neil Postlethwaite takes you through each enhancement, providing links, recipes and even a simulation tool. Have a read of https://developer.ibm.com/iotplatform/2016/09/06/platform-updates-summer2016/ and let us know what you think below.

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By Karen Lewis on September 5, 2016

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

Moving fast with Olli. From concept, to prototype, through design, out into the market, and taking orders for sales of vehicles – all in less than three months. That’s what disruptive technology is about. Olli is built by Local Motors, the start-up famous for creating the first 3D printed car. However, the brains for Olli […]

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By Karen Lewis on September 5, 2016

Deliver the right data to the cloud for deeper analysis with new edge analytics

The Watson IoT Platform Analytics team has been hard at work on a new feature enabling analytics at the edge of the network. We announced the forthcoming capabilities back in June with Cisco and several of our joint beta customers. Edge analytics are now live in the Watson IoT Platform service, allowing you to configure […]

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By Karen Lewis on September 5, 2016

Now you can always take the weather with you

The Weather Company, an IBM business are leveraging one of the largest Internet of Things (IoT) platforms in the world to provide critical weather data to millions of people in currently underserved areas. With severe weather statistically occurring more frequently, governments and businesses are seeking supplemental weather data to better prepare for impending disasters. in […]

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By Lynne Slowey on September 2, 2016

IoT India Congress 2016: Interview with Sanjay Bramhawar

Sanjay Bramhawar is IBM’s Global Head & Managing Partner Strategic Business Development, IBM Watson Internet of Things. He’ll be speaking at IoT India Congress, held on 6th – 8th September 2016. Question: In the digitally disruptive world, where would you place Watson IoT? Sanjay: Let’s start first with the Internet of Things, and then talk […]

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By Karen Lewis on September 2, 2016

Meet Cognitive Candy creator, Igor Ramos

Cognitive Candy is an internet connected candy dispensing machine that uses Watson IoT Lab Dashboard, Blockchain and IoT Real-Time Insights, and is built on Raspberry Pi. Candy gives away treats to people if she “feels” like doing so. If you want to receive candy, all you have to do is engage her in a friendly […]

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By Karen Lewis on September 2, 2016

Meet ecosystem builder and master connector of silicon to the cloud, Dave Locke

Last week I had the pleasure of meeting up with Dave Locke in the IBM Hursley Innovation Center.  Dave Locke is one of the master ecosystem builders – working in the IBM Watson IoT Business Unit.  Dave’s main day job is helping to build out the Watson IoT ecosystem of partners – which includes companies […]

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By Karen Lewis on September 2, 2016

IBM and AT&T partner to help developers build IoT solutions

Learn how IBM and AT&T are partnering to empower IoT developers. IoT has opened up a world of possibilities, yet such technology has also created a wide array of challenges for businesses. Learn how IBM and AT&T can help you gain insights and improve productivity. Read how AT&T are bring new enhancements to the Watson […]

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By Jen Clark on September 2, 2016

IoT at the Paralympics: the connected swimming cap

Connected swimming cap is an innovation for the Paralympics A Bluetooth-connected swimming cap could radically impact blind swimming at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio this September. Developed by Samsung and Cheil Spain, the swim cap automatically alerts blind swimmers when to turn around for another length. The device, as yet only available to elite […]

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By Karen Lewis on September 1, 2016

Meet Master Inventor & IoT Evangelist, Andy Stanford-Clark

We sat down to chat with Andy Stanford-Clark, IBM Distinguished Engineer for the Internet of Things. Andy is also one of IBM’s Master Inventors – which means, among other things, he invents lots of cool things and gets lots of patents. Andy’s current role is Distinguished Engineer for IBM Watson Internet of Things Platform, which means he […]

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By Karen Lewis on September 1, 2016

IBM and Intel: Teaming up to speed up and simplify IoT development

Intel and IBM are collaborating to provide developers with a complete set of development tools for IoT from the edge to the cloud. Commercial IoT developers can now combine hardware, software, training and starter assets to quickly envision, prototype, test and deploy commercial-grade IoT solutions. Check out the Developer Kit. Here’s how you can get […]

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