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Part 2: Why we should embrace the current disruption in the automotive industry
As a guest of the IBM CE Summit, I shared the four reasons why I was excited to join. In this blog, ...
Part 1: Why we should embrace the current disruption in the automotive industry
The IBM CE Summit recently finished up in Munich. It’s the fourth year for the event, but the ...
What we THINK about: the definition of “Internet of Things”
Not long ago, I was reading an opinion from an industry insider that suggested that “Internet of ...
The Secure Connected Car solution at IAA 2017
It’s no news that in any modern car there can be up to 100 computer components. As our cars become increasingly connected, digital, and computerized, the growing number of ECUs (Electronic Control Units) create an expansive and inviting attack ...
The top 5 industrial IoT use cases
The industrial IoT has already proven its versatility with deployments going live in various enterprises, showing off dozens of different use cases. But a few key uses consistently present themselves within the same trade, and even throughout ...
IBM at the CAR Symposium
So far, it seems as though 2017 has been all about connected cars. If you haven’t had your fill of them at CES or NAIAS (where some of the IoT team were last week) you’re in luck: because CAR Symposium is happening on 1st February at RuhrCongress...
IoT weekly round-up: Thursday 12th January 2017
This week sees the end of giant tech show CES 2017 and the beginning of NAIAS – the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The connected world is full of news about AI, robots and smart vehicles (including sensor-studded skateboards). ...
Technologies that will drive the automotive transformation
We’re here this week at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS 2017), and it’s all about IoT, connected cars, and autonomous driving. The first panel IBM is taking part in explores the technologies that will drive the biggest changes ...
The future of coming home to your car
Imagine tapping your phone screen, and being greeted moments later by your car. It’s heated to the correct temperature based on how cold it is outside. Your seat is in your preferred position. Based on your mood your vehicle senses what music ...
IoT at the North American International Auto Show
This week Detroit hosts the North American International Auto Show, where the world’s top automotive experts, designers, engineers and tech whizzkids meet to showcase groundbreaking new designs and share their expertise with the industry. We’ll ...
CES: Connected cars, autonomous vehicles, and the future of driving
We joined a research panel discussion at CES 2017 focusing on connected cars, self-driving, and ...
Consumers, cars and the Internet of Things
In the future, the digital experience people have in cars will become more important than the physical features of those cars. Connectivity will be more important than horsepower, mobility services more important than styling and personalization more...
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