Samir Saini, CIO, City of Atlanta, says using the IoT (Internet of Things), big data, and analytics allows cities to forecast what will happen and to take action. He explains that while it is impossible to solve every problem within a city, offering the data to other organizations within communities allows for more improved collaboration and efficiency.
Winter is fast approaching in many areas of the world, and that means icy road conditions.
Across the United States and around the globe, the next several decades will bring unprecedented investment in smart-city technologies that leverage the IoT (Internet of Things).
Hans Thalbauer, senior vice president of IoT and Digital Supply Chain, SAP Leonardo, discusses the importance of leveraging the IoT (Internet of Things) to improve business intelligence, asset management, and maintenance in manufacturing and throughout the enterprise.
It’s football season once again here in the U.S.—a time for tailgating, weekly get-togethers, and celebrations (or disappointments, depending on the week).
James Scott, senior fellow and cofounder, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology, explains which aspects of critical infrastructure remain vulnerable and how organizations can take the next steps to protect themselves.
Imagine getting into a serious car crash or having a heart attack in the middle of nowhere and not knowing when help will arrive. This is the reality many rural Americans face. While small Midwest towns exhume a strong sense of community that’s hard to find nowadays, when dire situations arise, they often have a disadvantage.
David Shannon, business development manager, Caterpillar Marine Asset Intelligence, looks at how automated analytics is being leveraged in various organizations and why it is becoming the future of operation optimization. He talks challenges companies may face with analytics and stresses the importance of pairing them with humans.
Allen Proithis, president, Sigfox North America, talks about the benefits IoT data is bringing to the major enterprise and industrial segments.
On the surface, one may assume the role of a building owner is to simply make sure tenants pay their rent on time each month and perform maintenance jobs.