Cybersecurity Solution Aims to Protect Medical Devices Without the proper security, the plethora of IoT devices can leave hospital networks vulnerable to bad actors and ransomware attacks. Cybersecurity software that can assess all devices on the enterprise, determine risk levels, and present mitigation strategies can strengthen the network, safeguard patient privacy, and ensure regulatory compliance.
New Podcast: Bridging the IT/OT Gap As the number of edge computing continues to increase, so does the volume of available data. Now, organizations are in dire need of ways for the workforce to better interpret meaningful information from all the data generated from disparate IT/OT systems. In our podcast, Kelly Ireland, Founder, CTO, and CEO at CBT talks about innovative solutions such as her company’s Connected Worker technology that can enable workers to use smart devices to visualize and consume real-time data and collaborate safely and efficiently.
AI-Enabled Software Takes on Diagnostic Reading Artificial intelligence brings relief to burdened radiologists by reading and prioritizing scans with increased accuracy. A suite of AI-based diagnostic tools supports collaboration between medical professionals allowing them to view and share scans through secure internet connections for improved decision-making.
Connected School Bus Technology Optimizes Safety and Operations K-12 school districts need to ensure that school buses operate optimally, holding down costs while keeping students safe and secure. Buses and other school vehicles equipped with wi-fi, smart video, alerts, and GPS tracking help districts achieve safety objectives–and allow students to learn while enroute to school or home.
Retailers Scan for Efficient Inventory Solutions New technologies are making the task of taking inventory faster, easier, and more accurate. Some clothing brands are integrating RFID tags into their products to improve inventory, monitor marketing efforts, and protect against theft and counterfeiting.
AI Reduces Time and Costs for Drug Discovery The drug discovery process is time-consuming and expensive. Insilico Medicine is using an AI-powered platform to reduce researchers’ time and costs during drug discovery and the preclinical trial phase.
AI Helps Accelerate Clinical Trials, Medical Research, and Decision-Making Healthcare professionals at the University of Florida are developing medical systems using artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyze medical data, prepare surgeons for procedures, and improve overall patient care.
Monitoring Employee Health for a Safe Return to Work Businesses of all types and across all verticals are experiencing a changing workplace, partially due to the shift in working models enabling remote and hybrid arrangements. As employees return to the office part-time, hybrid, or full-time, businesses are using smart connected technologies to help protect workers’ health.
New Podcast: Tackling the Challenges of IoT Security As the number of IoT and edge computing devices continues to increase, so does the number–and severity–of attacks on those devices. Solution integrators focused on security management now have to up their game, shifting to a more comprehensive approach that can protect IoT as well as OT devices on the network. In our podcast, security expert Kristy Davis talks about the importance of identifying, and monitoring risks with IoT and OT projects and how to cast a wider security net with a zero-trust model.
BIM Technology Key to Rebuilding Notre Dame Cathedral Building information modeling technology is being used to accelerate reconstruction efforts of the iconic gothic cathedral. From planning and design to sourcing and construction, the digital model provides insights and enables collaboration across restoration teams.
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