We live in a world where we want to connect everything these days. We want to improve safety, save time, money, and even use connectivity to extend the life of our tires.
With IoT Plug and Play, developers can connect IoT devices to the cloud, without having to write a single line of embedded code.
Artificial intelligence technologies, or otherwise more commonly known these days as AI, are empowering professionals to better make sense of the vast amounts of digital data that are being collected by modern information systems.
The use of AI (artificial intelligence) and ML (machine learning) will be the disrupting influence changing entire industries throughout the next decade.
In today’s connected world, factories are smart, cars are smart, buildings are smart, and homes are smart.
It’s truly a connected society and our customer expectations are rapidly changing. And as such, technologies are emerging and are raising our expectations and the bar for what customers are demanding by the day, and in many cases, by the hour.
AI (artificial intelligence) will help improve many aspects of fleet management and maintenance, from reducing unplanned downtime to increasing efficiency throughout the maintenance and repair process and improving fuel economy.
How exciting is our industry right now? You might say I’m easily excited, and I’d probably agree, because I just love this stuff, especially when we are talking manufacturing and more.
As technology changes, so does the future of work and the future of workers. Therefore, it’s time to be forward thinking about the future of work and future workers and how industries will change as a result of AI (artificial intelligence) technologies, robotics, and even the future of healthcare.
Automation and AI (artificial intelligence) will have tremendous impacts on the future workplace and future workers, as well as the future of work in general.
The worker of the future is here. We hear it every day about the importance of focusing on the needs of the next generation and how we need to mentor them.
Peggy and Carlene C. Ileto, executive director, products and services delivery management office, U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security, and also a Women of M2M/IoT Award winner, talk about women in IT and the importance of failure. She also digs into how service centers are going high-tech today and that the efforts of reducing paper was a major effort at the IRS, but provided incredible value. They also address issues of cybersecurity, how to inspire the next generation, mentorship, and the need to focus on the job at hand.
How are cybercriminals targeting businesses right now? How can enterprises protect themselves from breaches and hacks? Is there life after a major breach or other debilitating cybersecurity incident? These are all questions businesses using connected devices and IoT (Internet of Things) technologies need to be asking themselves. A report from Accenture provides insight that can help cybersecurity professionals make the best decisions possible for protecting their devices, data, networks, and systems.
From GM’s “See the USA in your Chevrolet” to “Get your kicks on Route 66,” American’s have expressed their yearning for the open road.
AI (artificial intelligence): The NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) has released a plan for prioritizing federal agency engagement in the development of standards for AI, and this is worth spending some time talking about.