Watson Internet of Things: IoT in the cognitive era
Internet of Things is radically changing the way businesses operate and people interact with the physical world. As virtually everything becomes connected—from cars to crops to conveyor belts—businesses can harness the resulting data to improve virtually every aspect of what they do.
Overcome the challenges of the Internet of Things so you can capitalize on its potential
IoT is vast, diverse—and constantly changing. IoT data from billions of interactions between devices and people is not only massive, it is complex and variable. Predefined programs aren't up to the task of analyzing it and traditional systems can't take advantage of unstructured IoT data, like weather and social.
A cognitive IoT can make sense of all types of data. In fact, it can choose its own data sources and decide which patterns and relationships to pay attention to. It uses machine learning and advanced processing to organize the data and generate insights. A cognitive IoT can also evolve and improve on its own through learned self-correction and adaptation.