Back to the Future, Part 1: Autonomous Vehicles

Written by John McDonald | May 31, 2018 | Automotive

What does a future of autonomous vehicles look like? In Part 1, Back to the Future: Autonomous Vehicles, John McDonald, CEO at ClearObject, shares a vision of a world where intelligent systems and automation are the norm. Are you ready for the biggest one-time leap in human productivity – ever? First, some facts. The average more

What Reinventors Know. Part 3: the importance of platform

Written by Cristene Gonzalez-Wertz and | March 15, 2018 | Business

Welcome to part three of ‘What Reinventors Know’ – bringing you insights from the trail-blazing C-suite executives who are digitally reinventing their enterprises. In parts one and two, we discussed the importance of AI and working with the right partners. Today, we’ll look at how a robust, scalable IoT platform can set your enterprise up more

What Reinventors Know. Part 1: Realizing the potential of IoT with Artificial Intelligence

Written by Cristene Gonzalez-Wertz and | March 13, 2018 | Business

Welcome to ‘What Reinventors Know’ – a four-part blog series dedicated to reinventing enterprises with the help of IoT technologies. We’ll share insights from the movers and shakers who are using Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things to uncover new opportunities, create new revenue streams, and leave the competition far behind. In this installment, we explore more

Spring clean your data

Written by Hannah Merry | March 10, 2017 | Blog

Seasonal cues are a great way to promote good behaviour. When spring comes, for example, we clean our homes and put our material world to rights ready for a fresh start. But what about non-material things? Shouldn’t we spring clean those too? As times change, and the importance of materialistic items is overtaken by the valuable insights more

The next phase: Monetizing IoT data in an age of sensorization

Written by Karen Lewis | February 20, 2017 | Blog

At the Genius of Things Summit, Guy Raz, a National Public Radio (NPR) moderator, hosted a panel discussion between Rob Bauer, Managing Director, Strategy & Innovation, AIG, and David Knight, Founder & CEO, TERBINE. The panel’s focus was to discuss monetizing data and standards. Sensor-driven pricing is the future of insurance Rob Bauer from AIG more

Fighting the good fight against ice cream freezer burn

Written by Jacqi Levy | November 28, 2016 | Retail

If you’re like me, then ice cream is one of your favorite treats. It’s cool and refreshing in the summer, and it’s the perfect complement to a warm pie or molten brownie in the winter. It comes in a mind boggling multitude of flavors. And, it satisfies my craving for sweets with oh-so-marginally less guilt more

Where’s my stuff? How location and IoT play well together

Written by Karen Lewis | October 21, 2016 | Article

Ever wondered how to track small, high-value devices where there might be varying strengths of Wi-Fi, GPS, and cell tower signal? At its heart, the core value from IoT stems from data. A lot of people refer to data as the new gold but the reality is it’s the new oil. When oil comes out more

The anatomy of an IoT solution: Oil, data and the humble washing machine

Written by Dave Locke and Karen Lewis | October 17, 2016 | Home

A lot of people think about data as the new gold, but a better analogy is data is the new oil. When oil comes out of the ground it is raw, it has intrinsic value but until that oil is refined into petrol and diesel, its true value is not gained. Data from sensors is more

Data: the key measure of relevance in a digital revolution

Written by Chris O'Connor | September 22, 2016 | Blog, Manufacturing, Platform

Companies have historically managed assets such as property, plants, equipment, inventory, cash, and intellectual property. In today’s digital world, a new type of asset is emerging – data – which companies are reporting, collecting, and analyzing in vast volumes. It’s is becoming a key measure of whether a company will remain relevant through the digital more

USA Cycling: getting one step closer to perfection

Written by Suresh Jasrasaria and Randall E Wilcox | September 15, 2016 | Sport and fitness

Like everything else these days, the sports industry is also being driven by just-in-time data and analytics. Cloud and IoT economics is transforming sports coaching with web apps that include up-to-the-minute performance data of each athlete’s actions. Training data may very well become the new currency over the course of an athlete’s career. Studying the more

You can’t control the weather, but you can control how it impacts your business

Written by Jim Crosskey | August 22, 2016 | Environment

Weather affects your businesses in a number of ways that normally fly under the radar, including its impact on the assets you manage. Take the example of a single rail car. It may be designed to operate in conditions under 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The likelihood of failure increases depending on how many days it has more

World of Watson: register now

Written by Liza Cooper | August 16, 2016 | Conferences

You are cordially invited to the World of Watson event on October 24th through the 27th at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, USA. See what the future will bring This event will showcase the cognitive power of Watson and the potential that it brings for the future. See how data, analytics, and Watson can change your more