The smart grid continue to get smarter, as the U.S. DOE (Dept. of Energy), www.energy.gov, has invested $1 million in funding toward RTI (Real-Time Innovations), www.rti.com, to conduct research and new developments of grids under the established DDS (Data Distribution Service) standard.
The town of Cary, N.C., is committed to introducing the IoT (Internet of Things) and shifting to a modern cloud-first approach to address the needs of its growing community.
Manufacturers are faced with challenges when designing, building, operating, and servicing smart connected products. A new partnership aims to address this.
Connecting the supply chain is essential, and now organizations are working together to leverage IoT (Internet of Things) and heighten security in the supply chain.
Asset-intensive industries like manufacturing, energy, and transportation rely on safe and efficient operation of their equipment to generate healthy profits.
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.
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.
The City of Raymondville, Texas, has embarked on an ESPC (energy savings performance contract), encompassing AMI (advanced metering infrastructure).
Building a future energy grid that meets evolving customer needs and expectations requires collaboration, innovative thinking, and investment in the technologies of tomorrow.
IEEE Standards Assn., www.ieee.org, and NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology), www.nist.gov, announced a new collaborative effort to meet the growing demand for standards that address interoperability.
In an effort to keep fleets connected, but not distracted, Globetouch, www.globetouch.com, and Verizon Telematics, www.verizontelematics.com, have teamed up to develop new upgrades on vehicle network solutions to be used with OnStar vehicle service.
Upskill, upskill.io, is taking the vision of the worker beyond the task at hand with the help of GE Aviation, www.geaviation.com, on a pilot program that will explore new use cases for AR (augmented reality) and assisted reality solutions across several verticals.
Smarter and more connected buildings will not be possible without the IoT (Internet of Things), and Fairhair Alliance, www.fairhair-alliance.org, is taking new steps to bring this integral component into the mix.
A strong enterprise is a secure enterprise. That’s why NetMotion Software, www.netmotionsoftware.com, a leader in MPM (mobile performance management) software, is teaming with Samsung, www.samsung.com/us/, to keep important company data and information in house.