AI & IoT at the cutting edge - when to move intelligence to the cloud and closer to the action

ADLINK Technology

Operational intelligence does not come just by connecting machines; it requires advanced analytics to sort the data and recommend a course of action. Many critical use cases at the edge can’t wait for the cloud. Instead, they demand insights and decisioning at the source, where the data is generated.
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Spotlight

The computing world is in the midst of an inflection point with Internet of Things (IoT). Its potential to radically transform technology and human life is yet to be fully understood. It is expected that there will be almost 100 Billion connected IoT devices making a global impact of more than USD 11 Trillion by 2025 (McKinsey Global Institute, 2015). Kevin Ashton, the inventor of Radio-frequency Identification (RFID) who also coined the term 'Internet of Things,' accounts for its popularity: Today computers and therefore, the Internet bare almost wholly dependent on human beings for information. The problem is, people have limited time, attention and accuracy all of which means they are not very good at capturing data about things in the real world.


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IoT Systems Integration from Edge to Cloud to Backbone

IMC,Kore,Wipro

The Edge: the mass deployment of sensors (sensorization) has given birth to predictive analytics, sometimes known as "Pattern of Life" (PoL) analysis, which gather data on past and current performance of machines to predict future behavior. The Cloud and Backbone: use of software as a service has greatly reduced - but not eliminated - the need for on-site IT resources. How can the Cloud alleviate computing needs at the edge, and how does data produced from devices tie into ERP and other backbone systems.
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Internet of Things: Vision 2020

Axelta

The promise of IoT is coming true.. today. Possibilities are expanding each day and on the ground traction is gathering force across domains. Challenges remain, but the wave is now unstoppable and has washed ashore already.
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Webinar: SMART AGRICULTURE, IoT BENEFITS TO MAXIMIZE ROI

Libelium

Watch Ana Sancho, Libelium’s Key Account Manager for Agriculture, Water, and Environment, speaking about how the IoT has opened a wide range in terms of possibilities for farmers and agricultural management organizations to make smart and strategic decisions.
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Bringing together four pillars of innovation in IoT

ThroughTek Co., Ltd.

Through smarter connected devices, the Internet of Things is transforming our world. Industry speakers from ThroughTek, AllSeen Alliance and Machina Research provide insight on how this transformation presents significant opportunities for companies to develop new products and services and build relations with customers in new and innovative ways.
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Spotlight

The computing world is in the midst of an inflection point with Internet of Things (IoT). Its potential to radically transform technology and human life is yet to be fully understood. It is expected that there will be almost 100 Billion connected IoT devices making a global impact of more than USD 11 Trillion by 2025 (McKinsey Global Institute, 2015). Kevin Ashton, the inventor of Radio-frequency Identification (RFID) who also coined the term 'Internet of Things,' accounts for its popularity: Today computers and therefore, the Internet bare almost wholly dependent on human beings for information. The problem is, people have limited time, attention and accuracy all of which means they are not very good at capturing data about things in the real world.

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