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Bring the power of Watson IoT to the Edge
IBM is working with Cisco to coordinate analytics and data processing from the cloud to the edge to respond to conditions with low latency and throttle the flow to the cloud. Greg Knowles, IBM Program Director, Internet of Things Analytics, Watson ...
Decision analytics for the perfect race
When fellow IBMer Doug Barton asked me whether we could help extreme cyclist Dave Haase win the Race Across America (RAAM), I immediately agreed. We keep saying that big data and analytics help people make better decisions, and RAAM presented a great...
IBM Analytics and Race Across America
The Race Across America (RAAM) is a bicycle race like no other. Called “the toughest test of endurance in the world” by Outside magazine, RAAM spans North America, starting at the Pacific Ocean and ending at the Atlantic. Finishers spend eight to...
What can businesses learn about technology from a cyclist?
Did you like cycling as a child? Perhaps as you grew older, your bicycle become a primary source of transportation—that is, until you got your driver’s license and access to a car! For people in many parts of the world the bicycle remains a ...
David Haase rides with IoT data
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. ...
Chain reaction: USA cycling and IBM Watson IoT
Photos by John Huet. In February USA Cycling Coach Neal Henderson first announced how Team USA would use the IBM Watson Internet of Things (IoT) platform to help his riders. One of the first of its kind, this gold standard of sporting ...
Create your own luck with analytics
The US is the third largest country in the world by land area, behind only Russia and Canada. Like those vast countries, the US features a variety of terrain—from mountain ranges and deserts to plains and forests. Travelers across the US also ...
Farewell to the ‘5 Whys’
On Valentine’s Day 1867 a poor carpenter and his wife welcomed Sakichi to the Toyada family, little knowing he was to become the father of Japan’s industrial revolution. Amongst his many inventions, Toyoda started the Toyota Industries company ...
Cheat sheet: What is Digital Twin?
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How the convergence of OT and IT is driving...