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Highlights from the 2019 INCOSE Symposium

Written by Maggie Mae Armstrong | July 31, 2019 | Aerospace, Conferences, Engineering...

Last week, the 2019 INCOSE Symposium in Orlando brought together over 800 attendees from across engineering disciplines. They represented nearly every industry and 28 countries. It was a broader-than-ever global presence, a record-breaking attendance, and robust representation by 65 INCOSE chapters. ...read more



Did you recalibrate at Realcomm? What we saw at this year’s conference.

Written by Linda Okoniewski | June 17, 2019 | Buildings, Events

Recap from Realcomm, the largest real estate technology event, which happened June 13-14. ...read more


The curious case of IoT: Unlock new value from data with AI

Written by Joel Pinto | June 10, 2019 | Conferences, Engineering, Events

I would like to extend an invitation to business leaders facing similar challenges to IoT Exchange in Sydney on 23-24 July 2019. It’s a great opportunity to engage in stimulating discussions with IBM staff, business partners and customers, and to network with your peers. You’ll participate in two full days of learning about new technologies through 40 information packed sessions. ...read more


What to expect from 5G and IoT for smart spaces

Written by Chris Wiegand | May 22, 2019 | Buildings

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. ...read more


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

Written by Dan Yarmoluk and Craig Truempi | April 15, 2019 | Asset Management, Events

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. ...read more


The Internet of Things requires machine learning and AI

Written by John McDonald | March 20, 2019 | AI Assistants, Systems Engineering

If there ever was a time where there was enough storage to capture it all, that time has passed. It now makes no economic sense to capture every data point, as we need only selected data points to train models. This computer assist of humans through machine learning is almost required to sift through the data from the Internet of Things. ...read more


The 3 Ps of customer engagements: getting started with IoT

Written by Mark Swinson | March 7, 2019 | Business, Platform

When you’re ready to make the most of your data through an IoT Platform, you have options on how to get started. This article will help you determine if you need a Proof of Concept (PoC), a pilot or a full production instance of the IoT Platform. Since forming the Watson IoT business unit in ...read more


Man Plus Machine: IBM Bringing AI to Requirements Management

Written by Stella Liu | November 6, 2018 | AI Assistants, Requirements Management

As today’s systems engineers are faced with an overflow of data and a significant increase in the complexity of systems, IBM is bringing the power of Watson Artificial Intelligence (AI) to help address the need for getting requirements right the first time. Currently in beta, this move will allow engineers to improve their requirements definition ...read more


The Get Connected quiz: are you ready to transform your business?

Written by Chris O'Connor | October 30, 2018 | Blog

I hope you’ve gotten connected with me these last several weeks. I was talking to a colleague about why I wrote these. And it really comes down to one thing: IoT is taking place all around us. Are you and your company participating in the digital transformation, and impacting the physical world? Or are you ...read more


Worker safety: what, why and how IoT and AI can help

Written by Brian Massey | October 25, 2018 | Platform, Worker Insights

Accidents in the workplace are a well-documented problem, with potentially devastating consequences for employees and employers alike. Despite clear safety regulations and procedures, risk management remains a huge challenge for employers in many industries. Today, we’ll look at the role that the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) play in addressing this issue. ...read more


There’s a new superhero in town: DATA, keeping your workers safe

Written by Chris O'Connor | October 18, 2018 | Energy and Utilities, Manufacturing, Oil and Gas

Welcome to a new edition of our Get Connected series about worker safety. Today, we are going to discuss the most important aspect of your organization: your people and their ability to safely be dispatched to keep the assets in your environment running. With 178 work related accidents every 15 seconds, and 374 million non-fatal injuries ...read more