IBM IoT

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


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


What we THINK about: the definition of “Internet of Things”

Written by Steve Shoaf | February 26, 2018 | Blog, Events

Not long ago, I was reading an opinion from an industry insider that suggested that “Internet of Things” should be renamed. My immediate reaction was why?  Doesn’t everyone already know what it is? Maybe they don’t. Maybe it’s like the early days of the internet. We all thought we knew what it meant: a network ...read more


Harry Potter and the Magic of Things

Written by Jen Clark | January 22, 2018 | Commentary / Opinion

Pity the poor Muggle. Just beyond his reach is a world of mystery and magic – where photographs move, sports turn skyward and a magic wand can conjure just about anything. It’s easy to understand the allure of magic. It’s the antidote to everything ordinary. Farewell tax return, hello dragons. It’s barmy. Miraculous. Topsy turvy. ...read more


Deep thoughts, light spin, John Cohn

Written by Jennifer Barkley | January 22, 2018 | Blog

Who says technology has to be so serious? Sure, advancements like quantum computing, blockchain and artificial intelligence are intense, no-nonsense innovations that are changing the world. Yet, there’s also a lighter side of tech. Especially when non-techies get excited and inspired by life-changing technology. That’s what “The Desk” is all about. “The Desk” a new, ...read more


Part 2: Speeding to SAFe and developing IoT-enabled autos: a tsunami of change

Written by Kal Gyimesi | January 3, 2018 | Automotive, Blog

Welcome back! Today is part 2 of my series highlighting the ways that  product engineering for IoT-enabled autos must adapt to new methodologies. We’ve discussed how model-based systems engineering (MBSE) is transforming product development across the automotive and virtually every industry. Today we’ll look at another big transformation: the overall speed of engineering and subsequent ...read more


Cognitive solutions and surviving the crew change

Written by Karen Lewis | May 12, 2017 | Asset Management

Easing workforce transitions Managing human resources—the most valuable asset of all—comes with its own special set of challenges and solutions. Long-term employees, for example, are continually edging toward retirement, which can mean a loss of knowledge and skills—and the expense of training new employees. This transition from an aging workforce to a younger workforce—often referred ...read more


Harriet Green, Hannover Fair: Perspectives on industry 4.0

Written by Harriet Green | April 25, 2017 | Manufacturing

What is Cognitive Manufacturing? Cognitive Manufacturing (or industry 4.0) is what happens when we combine sensors, robotics, and data capture of the fourth industrial revolution with the machine learning and advanced data analytics of Watson. It’s what happens when we move beyond current connected systems that simply gather data, to industrial machines that use data ...read more


IoT weekly round-up: Thursday 30th March 2017

Written by Jen Clark | March 30, 2017 | Blog

This week, Beauty and the Beast’s magic (smart?) home takes a cautionary battering in Wired.com, Chuck the warehouse robot is available to buy and one of Uber’s self-driving test vehicles is involved in a crash in Arizona. Read on for the latest from the connected world. Beauty and the Beast: A study in the uncanny ...read more