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. 
Sea Machines Uses AI, Vision to Steer Shipping Vessels to Safety New maritime technology taps computer vision and artificial intelligence to enable commercial ships and workboats to operate autonomously. The new capabilities open up shipping routes and improve disaster response with increased safety and less environmental impact than current processes.
Using AI to Automate and Improve Job Hunting As the job recruiting and application processes become more automated, AI-powered online resume builders can help candidates create targeted, professional resumes quickly and at low costs. Rezi and Wonsulting use machine learning to create detailed bullet points for users’ resumes. 
Smart Mobile Robots Automate, Optimize Construction Projects Technology is not new to the construction industry. As technology improves and construction demand increases with the growing population, builders are looking for new ways to optimize performance. Intelligent mobile construction robots are emerging to help lighten the load. 
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.
Can AI Help Companies Struggling with the Great Resignation? As organizations face workforce gaps and talent losses, Pymetrics sees its AI platform as an alternative to traditional HR hiring practices. Using AI can help lessen human bias and identify quality candidates, hire equitably, reduce turnover rate, and enhance performance. Pymetrics applies AI-driven assessments to help companies build diverse, top-performing teams.
New Podcast: Lights, Camera, Action: The Intelligent Video Boom As crowds return to public events and spaces, venue managers are challenged to find innovative ways to provide fast, intelligent security. They are moving to tools that use computer vision and AI and can keep a watchful eye on crowds flowing in, out, and around public spaces and events. To see what’s happening in the world of vision-based security tech, the IoT Integrator editors checked in with expert Kasia Hanson, Global IoT Video Sales Director at Intel®.
AI-based Simulation Tool Keeps Construction on Track The power of AI allows general contractors to model construction projects, adjusting parameters on the fly to find the optimal construction schedule. It reduces upfront risks, helps keep projects on task, and can rein in expenses if they get out of control.
Turbocharging Defect Detection: Machine Vision 2.0 Defect detection gets a boost from deep learning artificial intelligence. Improving computer vision solutions is saving companies from costly redundant practices and bolstering production capacity.
Industrial Voice-Controlled Robots Use AI to Facilitate Programming Voice-controlled industrial robots incorporate AI and speech recognition to instruct robots and cut programming time by as much as 90 percent.