Internet of Things

Accelerating Automotive Industry Compliance

Written by Michael Halder | April 11, 2019 | Engineering, Events, Events

Imagine what it would be like to have an automotive engineering solution that combines the expertise of leading OEMs and suppliers in one step. Ensuring compliance with existing industry standards would become a by-product of best practices instead of a dedicated task. This vision is becoming a reality with the help of IBM’s Engineering Lifecycle ...read more


The Evolution of the Engineering Value Chain

Written by Dibbe Edwards | April 4, 2019 | Engineering, Events

The concept of a “supply chain” is common across many industries: a collaboration between an organization and its suppliers to deliver a product. Historically, supply chains focused on the production aspects and physical attributes of a product. They were simple and linear, with material requests cascading from the primary organization to its suppliers and to their sub suppliers, ...read more


An Engineer’s Guide to the Future of Lifecycle Management

Written by Maggie Mae Armstrong | April 3, 2019 | Engineering, Events

If you think IoT is not for engineers, you may be behind the curve of the digital transformation impacting software and systems engineering teams. Brisk innovation and increasing demands are putting unprecedented pressure on engineering teams to innovate their approach to lifecycle management. The future of building connected products means leveraging the IoT to extract ...read more


ThinkGov: The digital journey to connected government

Written by Marlon Attiken | June 21, 2018 | Blog, Government

The Internet of Things (IoT) impacts industries everywhere. It’s creating new opportunities to improve operations, enhance user experiences, and transform business models. The McKinsey Global Institute estimates a potential economic impact of as much as $11.1 trillion per year in 2025. Just like the commercial industry, the impact is also significant for the U.S. Federal government. And ...read more


Back to the Future, Part 2: The data-driven economy

Written by John McDonald | June 4, 2018 | Continuous Engineering, Systems Engineering

In part 1 of my article, I shared with you a vision of our world from the vantage point of systems and automation. In part 2 of the series, I will explore how we as individuals and organizations can really take advantage of the new data-driven economy. Don’t get left behind: ensure your organization has ...read more


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 ...read more


The cost of failing to plan – why IoT requirements management matters

Written by Steve Shoaf | March 22, 2018 | Blog, Continuous Engineering, Requirements Management

Benjamin Franklin is quoted as saying “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail”. Some 200 years later and that’s never been more true. The Internet of Things (IoT) connects humans and ‘things’, creating better user experiences and greater customer delight. It also brings along the need to manage the requirements that define ...read more


Connected product engineering: what’s really needed for IoT product development?

Written by Steve Shoaf | January 30, 2018 | Continuous Engineering, Systems Engineering

We are bombarded by news about the IoT and how it will change our lives—and, how product makers will need to change to keep up. But what does that really mean for product design and engineering processes? More connectivity means more complexity in the form of increased dependencies (or interdependencies) in product designs, which leads ...read more


Cheat sheet: What is Digital Twin?

Written by Matthew Mikell and Jen Clark | January 4, 2018 | Digital Twin

Ready to start the New Year off with one of the most interesting IoT trends for 2018? Then welcome to the cheat sheet series: your no-jargon guide to all things IoT. In this installment, subject matter expert Matthew Mikell gives us the low down on digital twin. Digital twin: the background When we design machines ...read more


Christmas stocking fillers for Santa. Love, Watson IoT

Written by Jen Clark | December 12, 2017 | Asset Management

Santa has a tough job. He’s got to find out who’s naughty and who’s nice, manufacture enough gifts to keep everyone happy, and work out which toy to give which child. Then, of course, there’s all that travelling on Christmas Eve. Feeling guilty that I still get a Christmas stocking even though I’m far too ...read more


Watson IoT and embracing the future of health care

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

Few business sectors have more to gain—or lose—from technological developments than health care. That’s why so many health care organizations find themselves at the forefront of the intriguing possibilities that Watson IoT-enabled solutions can provide. Kaiser Permanente’s Andrew Hendl detailed these possibilities on day one of the 2017 IBM Continuous Engineering Summit in New Orleans. ...read more


Digital Twin: Bridging the physical-digital divide

Written by Wired Brand Lab | November 1, 2017 | Continuous Engineering, Digital Twin

It’s impressive enough just to consider a few of the technologies coming together in next-generation autonomous vehicles—visual radar and image recognition, vehicle-to-vehicle communication, IoT sensor capabilities, and the layers of software that will orchestrate the gradual process of taking our hands off the wheel. Industry estimates predict we’ll see more than 10 million such vehicles ...read more