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The millions of connected devices that make up machine-to-machine systems and are part of the “internet of things” need to be switched on, configured, provisioned for services, maintained, updated with …

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IBM goes all in with blockchain. IBM this week announced a blockchain ecosystem designed to help accelerate the creation of networks using the technology. The ecosystem program is designed for …

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Audi’s Traffic Light Information technology enables a car to communicate with traffic light infrastructure in select cities across the United States. The car receives real-time signal information from advanced traffic management systems that …

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The Bluetooth Special Interest Group is going directly after the “internet of things” market with this week’s release of Bluetooth 5, the newest version of the now ubiquitous wireless technology …

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Creating a connected city. Mississauga, Ontario, looked to Cisco Systems to help leverage the “internet of things” to improve services, reduce costs and drive efficiency with real-time data in the …

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Needing a solution for critical, cancer treating equipment Varian Medical Systems, a company out of Palo Alto, California, uses intensity modulated radiation therapy and image guided radiation therapy cancer treatment …

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SCADA and its use cases. Nearly everywhere you look, there is some type of supervisory control and data acquisition system running behind the scenes, at your local supermarket, refinery, waste …

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Uber is rapidly acquiring startups as it gears up for a future filled with autonomous ride-hailing vehicles. Yesterday, the company announced the purchase of an artificial intelligence startup Geometric Intelligence …

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Many sensor types for the many IoT use cases. Sensors are the troops of the “internet of things,” the on-the-ground pieces of hardware doing the critical work of monitoring processes, …

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Thingworx platform proves energy savings. Steam systems are one of the largest energy consumers in the United States, making up almost 15% of the country’s annual energy usage. There exist …

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