Crossing the line between normal and abnormal patterns in the Internet of Things

Written by Manisha Sharma Kohli | April 11, 2017 | Commentary / Opinion

A large technology conference such as the IBM InterConnect event can be overwhelming to many of us. But, it’s a worthwhile experience to endure – not just because there are more than fifteen thousand users, partners, analysts, media and IBM subject matter experts under one roof, but also because you get a first-hand, first-look experience with more

IoT is reshaping the electronics industry

Written by Pete Karns | March 15, 2017 | Blog

The enterprise technology market changes at near light speed these days, yet in the Internet of Things market, it seems to be changing even faster and in the electronics industry, possibly the fastest. Within 10 years we’ve gone from an on premise “within my data center only” approach, to an almost fanatical allegiance to the more

The Internet of Things: the next economic revolution

Written by Liza Cooper | February 8, 2017 | Factories, Infographic, Manufacturing

The industrial Internet of Things The Internet of Things is beginning to permeate every facet of our world and take hold in all major industries. The introduction of IoT technologies into manufacturing and large, industrial scale machinery, is fostering a new economy nurtured by these technologies. The Industrial IoT enables machines to communicate with one more

Bring the benefit of IoT to older manufacturing equipment

Written by Dan Bigos | December 3, 2016 | Manufacturing

A recent Wall Street Journal article, ‘How U.S. Manufacturing Is About to Get Smarter,’ contrasts the promise of the IoT with the reality faced by many manufacturing organizations. The ability to realize IoT benefits varies by industry and age of equipment. With recently acquired, already-instrumented equipment and hi-tech manufacturing, you’re likely already realizing the benefits. For more

IoT use cases: the Internet of Things in action

Written by Jen Clark | October 25, 2016 | Buildings, Case Study, Energy and Utilities

Anyone with a smartphone, connected thermostat or internet-enabled home entertainment system can see how the Internet of Things is part of our daily life. But besides remotely turning on the heating via an app, where else can we see IoT technology at work? In industry? Manufacturing? The office? Here are some quick case studies to more

Can the ‘new’ natural resource save the ‘old’ natural resource?

Written by Scott Stockwell | April 30, 2016 | Environment

With the rise of intelligent machines that can simulate the human brain, our ability to help solve society’s most vexing problems is increasing; and there’s never been a more important time than now, as our population grows putting exponential demands on our natural resources. Oil and Gas industry executives in particular have been grappling with more