New Podcast: Buying and Selling IoT Market-Ready Solutions For solution integrators to succeed in the wild frontier of the IoT ecosystem, they often need to start with vetted, pre-built solutions. Using repeatable solutions vs. starting from scratch can help data-driven, edge computing projects get off the ground faster–and generate value sooner. To see how that’s done, our editors checked in with an expert in AI and IoT market-ready solutions, Intel’s Rob Risany. Hear Risany’s advice for solution integrators who are grappling with the often-asked question: should we buy or build?
Data Logger Technology Assures Safe Vaccine Handling Data logger technology is widely used in the retail and food production industry to monitor critical cold chain data for optimal temperature during transport. That same technology is now used to help ensure the freshness and viability of COVID-19 vaccines during transport and storage.
Five Critical Questions to Ask When Buying or Building AI Solutions Buy or build? Where's the data coming from? Potential customers of AI and machine learning applications must first do their due diligence by asking the right questions.
New Podcast: What’s Ahead for IoT in 2022? The end of the year signals the time for looking back to better predict what transformational technologies will have the biggest impact in the new year. To learn what’s happening with the big three: IoT, AI, and edge computing, we talked with an expert in IoT solution design and partnerships, Intel’s Mike Trojecki. Find out what he says will be in the IoT hot zone in 2022.
Cloud-based Services Boost Efficiency and Sustainability Businesses seeking to reduce their carbon footprint can turn to cloud-based computing, which already offers operational efficiencies. With cloud computing providers determined to reduce their own carbon emissions and to improve sustainability, their customers will see the impact as well.
New Podcast: Data, Data Everywhere: Putting It to Work Many companies like to talk about how they moved to data-driven operations. Putting data to work, however, requires a solid understanding of how to use massive amounts of sensor-collected data to solve real problems and make adjustments, sometimes in real time. To better understand what’s happening with IoT, AI, and data analytics, we talked with a data science expert from Intel® who also holds the distinction of being the company’s only Kaggle Grandmaster.
Autonomous Robotic Sea Creatures Map, Monitor the Waters Aquatic robots equipped with computer vision allow researchers to monitor marine biodiversity and habitats without disturbing the creatures they are observing. Eventually these devices can be used to map ocean floors and detect ships.
New Podcast: A Simpler, More Secure Path to IoT Onboarding While many companies have worked to automate IoT onboarding, until recently there hasn’t been an accepted industry standard. Existing solutions require that the end customer be known at the time of device manufacture, so the device can be pre-configured—which results in unnecessary costs. In our podcast, IoT Solution Integrator editors sat down with Intel’s Richard Kerslake to talk about the new IoT standard that could change that process and ease device onboarding.
Deep Dive: How IoT and AI May Help Save Coral Reefs The oceans are vast, mysterious, and home to millions of species of marine life, some beautiful and others equally devastating. Researchers are using cameras, artificial intelligence, and machine learning systems to capture data about coral reefs and ensure they remain healthy and diverse marine ecosystems.
IoT in the New Not-so-normal Workplace For CTO and rancher Rob Rastovich, technology and the great outdoors are a perfect match. The ThingLogix CTO works with companies to build connected products and AI-driven IoT applications, and he merges his IoT know-how with cattle and irrigation management on his ranch. Is his no-code IoT platform the starting point integrators need?
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