A small minority of Chinese manufacturing companies are significantly outperforming their industry peers by combining strong commitment to digital initiatives with strong financial performance, according to new analysis by Accenture, www.accenture.com.
Insurance continues to evolve with the help of telematics, and one new program could be an IoT (Internet of Things) game changer.
A new survey shows that the massive amounts of data generated by IoT (Internet of Things) is already having a significant impact on enterprise IT.
Using technology for convenience is becoming more prevalent—and a new survey shows the majority of people are using tech for services more than goods.
Wi-Tronix, www2.wi-tronix.com, has equipped IAIS (Iowa Interstate Railroad’s) entire locomotive fleet with Violet, which is a realtime, streaming event recorder and advanced video analytics solution that railroads use to manage their fleets through the Wi-Tronix Website, offered as a cloud-based software-as-a-service, from anywhere in world on any device.
As manufacturers are preparing for the future with the assembly of autonomous vehicles for the road, some companies are coming to market with similar vehicles for the factory floor.
Connected trucks will be integral to future logistics and freight operations. By 2020, 35 million trucks are expected to be connected with digital freight solutions and autonomous technologies, transforming the trucking industry into a smarter, efficient, and more productive sector.
More than one-third of surveyed professionals in the IoT (Internet of Things) connected medical device ecosystem say their organizations have experienced a cybersecurity incident in the past year, according to a recent Deloitte, www2.deloitte.com, New York, N.Y. poll.
Will AI (artificial intelligence) and IoT (Internet of Things) collide in contact centers? One new report says yes, demonstrating how new technologies will change the way work is done.
After its recent acquisition of Mobileye, www.mobileye.com, Intel www.intel.com, is looking to put the new subsidiary to good use, as the company has announced it will be building a fleet of autonomous vehicles to be tested in the United States, Israel, and Europe later this year.
The debate between which is the best wireless carrier doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon. While the crux of the argument for why one carrier is better than other may be better coverage, the true determinant can actually boil down to the quality of customer service.
With Industry 4.0 leading the next wave of innovation in manufacturing, Zebra Technologies Corp., www.zebra.com, recently released the results of its 2017 Manufacturing Vision Study, offering a look at where this new age in the market is headed and how manufacturers are using the Industrial IoT (Internet of Things) to improve visibility and overall quality in the factory.
As buildings continue to produce more data than ever, owners must find a way to make sense of it all. To do just that, Altair, www.altair.com, has joined forces with CANDI Controls, www.candicontrols.com, to bring a new, smart building solution to the forefront through commercial gateways.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, www.fcagroup.com, is hitting the road with BMW Group, www.bmwusa.com, Intel, www.intel.com, and Mobileye, www.mobileye.com, as it is signing a memorandum with the three companies. The new partnership will further the development of autonomous vehicle solutions on a global scale.
Drone usage is on the rise and will only increase. This means that drones need some air traffic control and management for the future. One state is going to pave the way for future initiatives.