continous engineering

Continuous Engineering Summit Europe: What does the future hold?

Written by Steve Shoaf | April 16, 2018 | Conferences, Continuous Engineering, Events...

In my job, I spend a lot of time thinking about very complex things. Like the definition of IoT. Or the challenges of connected product engineering. Or how industries are becoming increasingly regulated. Because in my IoT world, “continuous engineering” means working with increasingly connected things in very complex systems, and developing the software that holds it ...read more


Product lifecycle re-imagined with IoT

Written by Wired Brand Lab | December 4, 2017 | Blog, Continuous Engineering, Systems Engineering

Product life cycles used to be straightforward—manufacturers designed, built, and serviced. Now, with the IoT and software-enabled devices, the cycles have accelerated and even reversed themselves. The stakes are high, and it can be hard to know where to start. Almost every high-performing piece of equipment—from dishwashers to factory robots—has baked-in intelligence. Sensor-packed devices constantly relaying ...read more


Will designing for planned obsolescence make businesses irrelevant?

Written by Luc Hatlestad | November 27, 2017 | Blog, Continuous Engineering, Requirements Management...

For some time now, product manufacturers have been creating their wares with a mission, in part, of planned obsolescence. Whether it’s a household appliance, a cell phone, a TV, or a laptop, consumers have gotten accustomed to buying the latest model every several years, using it to a point of failure, and discarding it in ...read more


Experts frame continuous engineering challenges and opportunities

Written by Luc Hatlestad | November 21, 2017 | Conferences, Continuous Engineering, Events...

A panel of IBM customers kicked off the 2017 Continuous Engineering Summit by discussing the myriad ways IBM solutions are helping them scale and streamline their operations and improve productivity and outcomes. More than 400 IBM customers and partners are gathered for the three-day event in New Orleans to learn more about how continuous engineering ...read more


The IBM QuickBYTES Interview: Datamato

Written by Luc Hatlestad | November 17, 2017 | Conferences, Continuous Engineering, Events...

Ahead of this week’s Watson IoT Continuous Engineering Summit 2017 (November 15-17 in New Orleans), we’re asking attendees for some thoughts about the event and the latest technology trends.   What are you most looking forward to at the CE Summit this year? Networking. Grabbing an opportunity to mix and mingle with technology experts, IBM ...read more


The IBM QuickBYTES interview: Combitech AB/Saab

Written by Luc Hatlestad | November 10, 2017 | Conferences, Continuous Engineering, Events...

Ahead of next week’s Watson IoT Continuous Engineering Summit 2017 (November 15-17 in New Orleans), we’re asking attendees for some thoughts about the event and the latest technology trends. What are you most looking forward to at the CE Summit this year? As newcomer to this community, I’m hoping to learn about the frontier areas ...read more


The IBM QuickBYTES interview: LORD Corporation

Written by Luc Hatlestad | November 10, 2017 | Conferences, Continuous Engineering, Events...

Ahead of next week’s Watson IoT Continuous Engineering Summit 2017 (November 15-17 in New Orleans), we’re asking attendees for some thoughts about the event and the latest technology trends. What are you most looking forward to at the CE Summit this year? This will be my first time at an IBM Continuous Engineering Summit. I ...read more


Using the IoT for prescriptive engineering

Written by Steve Shoaf | December 13, 2016 | Continuous Engineering, Systems Engineering

In one of my earlier posts, I touched on the topic of engineering for business outcomes, and how engineers are being encouraged to think more broadly about the impact of their decisions. In a follow-on post, I outlined how a digital thread, in the form of an IoT feedback loop, can improve the overall results ...read more