Internet of Things

By Bruce D Baron on September 12, 2017

How IWMS, IoT and Analytics raise building occupancy experience levels

According to a recent Smart Building report from Aberdeen Group, modern Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) – driven by IoT, analytics, and cognitive computing – are central to the rise of the smart building. Buildings and workplaces are massive generators (and consumers) of data. The capture and analysis of data enable organizations to gain deeper […]

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By Chris O'Connor on September 1, 2017

IoT is changing the way manufacturing organizations create value

IoT for manufacturing can help transform your business by applying industry-leading analytic and cognitive capabilities. This can help quality, operations, warranty and maintenance personnel obtain greater value from production assets and processes. To capture the potential of the cognitive manufacturing transformation, we focus on three key pillars of manufacturing that drive the highest improvement. 1. […]

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By Rahul Desai on August 25, 2017

How using mobility and innovation for FSM will define your future

Are you giving your field service management (FSM) staff what they deserve? Safety, efficiency, productivity – it’s what we all want for our field service technicians. Safer practices, real-time weather feeds, optimized routes, access to supply systems, automation. Mobility and analytics are at the heart of each of these aspirations and will continue to drive […]

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By Matthew Mikell on August 25, 2017

Digital Twin of the month: ‘Twinning’ the W16 Engine

Digital twin: insights and designs In our monthly spotlight on digital twin designs, we bring attention to some of the world’s more unique machines, and tell their story through images and facts.  This month, we feature the massive W16 engine, found only within the Bugatti Veyron automobile. Bugatti W16 digital twin The world’s most powerful combustion engine […]

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By Jonathon Chard on August 22, 2017

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

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 […]

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By Hamsa Srinivasan on August 18, 2017

Building utilization made easier with IoT

How much of the space in your buildings is properly utilized? A study conducted by the IBM Institute of Business Value (IBV) found that commercial real estate in the US accounts for 12 billion square feet of covered area, but only 67 percent is utilized. How can this be improved? Reasons for building under-utilization When […]

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By Ron Wallace on August 7, 2017

Macao Water raises the bar on customer satisfaction and productivity with EAM

IBM is delighted to announce that The Macao Water Supply Company Limited (Macao Water) has built a new enterprise asset management system based on IBM Maximo which results in: Raised customer satisfaction Improved productivity via mobile job dispatching Purchasing data synchronization between the asset management system and the finance system. The award-winning system synchronizes purchasing […]

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By Kal Gyimesi on August 1, 2017

Cars that care, chapter 3: The remedy – understanding drivers

While we anticipate autonomous cars taking over on-road decision making, some technical and legal challenges may be more difficult to solve than expected. Self-driving cars will be available in about a decade, but people will continue driving for many years to come. Drivers remain a critical component of road safety. Increasingly, the overall experience in vehicles […]

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By Kal Gyimesi on July 25, 2017

Cars that care, chapter 2: The diagnosis – emotions lead to danger

As people jump in their cars every day they drive off giving little consideration to the risks they may be undertaking. Driver’s emotions can get the best of them, taking their attention away from the road and the task of driving. When you’re driving while in an emotional state, there’s a tenfold increase in the risk of […]

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By Ron Wallace on July 25, 2017

IBM Ranked the EAM leader for 11th year by ARC Advisory Study

It was October 2006 when IBM acquired MRO Software and Maximo. At the time I was working on the Industry Marketing Industry team and we worked closely with the analyst firms including ARC Advisory Group. Naturally we wanted to show the world how Maximo would continue market leadership now that we were an IBM brand. […]

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By Chris O'Connor on July 19, 2017

Driving industry advancements with Watson IoT and Blockchain

This is the year that we are seeing business networks based on blockchain put into production around the world. Early adopters are using this technology to reimagine their industries, developing new ways of interaction that reduce friction and foster innovation. There are a multitude of companies working with IBM to implement blockchain solutions for various different use cases. […]

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By Kal Gyimesi on July 19, 2017

Cars that care, chapter 1: The problem – drivers cause the most accidents

The joy of driving. Many automakers have built their brand around this vision. Generation after generation comes of age and stakes their claim to the freedom to go where they want in vehicles. The volume of news stories about automated and autonomous vehicle testing is increasing daily, some would have you believe the that the […]

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