Tom Bradicich, VP and GM of servers, converged edge, & IoT systems, Hewlett Packard Enterprises, breaks down the various reasons why data is being pushed to the edge.
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Samir Chatterjee, Fletcher Jones Chair of Technology Design & Management, Clairemont Graduate University, explains that human nature to cut corners has enabled people to become more dependent on medical solutions to cure them.
Peggy Smedley discusses recent mass shootings and other tragedies from the angle of IoT (Internet of Things).
Piyush Patel, author, Lead Your Tribe, Love Your Work: An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Creating a Culture That Matters, explains how constant coaching and constant feedback is proving to be more effective than annual reviews.
Andrew Smyth, professor of civil engineering and engineering mechanics, Columbia Engineering, details how sensors can detect changes or anomalies to critical infrastructure over time.
Louis Parks, president and CEO, SecureRF, explains how the lack of a common operating system and a controlled environment is presenting challenges when connecting devices to the IoT.
Peggy Smedley starts a new month focusing on remote monitoring and explains how it offers ways of tackling age-old challenges based on realtime information.
Brett Burger, principal marketing manager, National Instruments, says as companies are able to gather data from a variety of assets, then they can truly unlock the capabilities of IoT ecosystems.
Joseph Biron, CTO of IoT, PTC, details how there is a gap in providing full lifecycle management within the industrial IoT.
Samir Saini, CIO, City of Atlanta, says using the IoT, big data, and analytics allows cities to forecast what will happen and to take action.
Shay Bahramirad, vice president of new initiatives, IEEE, and director of distribution system planning, smart grid, and innovation, ComEd, explains how regulations and legislation have allowed many different parties to contribute to the growth of smart-grid modernization.
Peggy Smedley exclaims that utility poles are due for a major connected upgrade and suggests that equipping them with sensors and predictive technology will lead to more integration with the smart grid.
Gary Morton, author, Commanding Excellence: Inspiring Purpose, Passion, And Ingenuity Through Leadership That Matters, talks about inspiring workforces to achieve a new level of productivity and collaboration toward innovation.
Hans Thalbauer, senior vice president, IoT & digital supply chain, SAP Leonardo, discussed the importance of leveraging the IoT to improve business intelligence, asset management, and maintenance.
David Shannon, business development manager, Caterpillar Marine Asset Intelligence, dives into the integration of data analytics within manufacturing and the marine industry.
Saifur Rahman, founding director, Virginia Tech Advanced Research Institute, says that in order to make buildings healthy, there must be an understanding of how to better use energy as opposed to just aiming for more efficiency.
Joshua Peschel, professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering, Iowa State University, discusses how human-robot interactions are emerging within municipalities and other utility systems.
Peter Martin, vice president of innovation and marketing, Schneider Electric, says the IoT is often being overlooked by industrial organizations that are having difficulties incorporating it with automation.
James Scott, senior fellow and cofounder, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology, discusses why healthcare, energy, and financial sectors remain vulnerable areas in critical infrastructure.
Shay Bahramirad, vice president of new initiatives, IEEE, and director of distribution system planning, smart grid, and innovation, ComEd, explains why a collaboration between customers, businesses, governments, and municipalities is important for the development of smart utility solutions for major cities.
Brenna Berman, executive director of City Digital, UI Labs, talks about solutions that are helping cities to better manage the logistics and transportation of people, goods, vehicles, and much more.
Charlie Catlett, director, Urban Center for Computation and Data, and senior computer scientist, Argonne National Laboratory, discusses work being done by scientists and researchers to bring sensor technologies to major cities.
Peggy Smedley looks at how developing nations are leveraging sensors to manage rising flood and precipitation levels that can cause extensive damage to infrastructure.
Vin D’Agostino, VP strategic marketing and applications engineering, Renesas Electronics, says the emergence of smart cities will not mean a reconstruction of infrastructure, but instead mean that it must be integrated within existing structures.
Vin D’Agostino, VP strategic marketing and applications engineering, Renesas Electronics, explains as technology is changing so does the support structure needed to make it work.
James Carlini, president, Carlini & Associates, discusses how mission-critical solutions will become important in smart buildings and connected campuses.
Magy Kramer, digital and technology marketing manager, Caterpillar, talks about how the IoT is enabling manufacturers to offer connected services and predictive analytics or maintenance solutions to improve the bottomline.
Peggy Smedley talks about the potential for IoT in assisting developing nations in social and economic problems.
Allen Proithis, president, Sigfox North America, talks about the benefits IoT data is bringing to the major enterprise and industrial segments.
Joshua Peschel, professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering, Iowa State University, discusses how using natural green materials and resources can help maintain water systems and other infrastructure needs in urban areas.
Max Cacheux, SVP sales & development, Mobiliya, gives his thoughts on why artificial intelligence, edge analytics, and virtual reality have emerged as the top three trends set to provide the most value to industrial manufacturers.
Daniel Cobb, CEO, Daniel Brian Advertising, explains how the manufacturing industry is going through a new shift that is forcing companies to adopt IoT solutions or become doomed to fail.
Pavan Mathew, director, automotive business development, Insurance, LexisNexis and Bryan Arnett, senior manager, telematics & accessory planning, Mitsubishi Motors North America, discuss assessing driver risks and habit scores that can be given back to insurers to create appropriate premiums.
Peggy Smedley looks at how advancements in technology designed for the supply chain is making its way to major retail stores.
Nitesh Arora, marketing leader, Cloudleaf, discusses the use of sensor fabrics to enable the end-to-end aspect of IoT and aggregate information from its environment in realtime.
Justin Hogue, professional engineer, VP of business development, LEC, talks about the growth of the industrial IoT and how it has allowed manufacturers of achieve better reporting, security, and bottomlines