Developing Meaningful IoT Analytics with ThingWorx Analytics Builder

ThingWorx, a PTC Technology

Advanced analytics does not have to involve weeks or months of a data science effort to garner meaningful insights into your data. In this webcast replay, we will show how users can quickly analyze data and build predictive models with the newly released ThingWorx Analytics Builder. A demonstration will use sensor data from a device to step through the process of creating and validating a model from scratch.
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Spotlight

Driven by new regulation, new market structures and new energy sources the smart grid is the response to profound changes in the way that electricity is generated, distributed, managed and consumed. What makes the challenge particularly acute, is the essential role that energy production plays in modern
democracies. Keeping the lights on is a political, economic and social imperative. Enabled by current and future developments in technology, smart grids will better enable electricity companies to meet rising demand, increase the reliability and quality of power supplies, improve energy efficiency, and integrate low-carbon energy sources into power networks. This paper looks at the environment in which the smart grid is being developed, based on industry standards and how a newly intelligent, interconnected and inter-operable grid can be seen as a leading example of the Internet of Things in action.


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Connectivity for Competitive Edge in IoT

Iot Evolution World

Finding a competitive edge in any IoT vertical in the increasingly crowded market is ever-more important. In order to get that edge and drive new revenue though accelerating digital transformation, while ensuring that projects have the best chance at success, it is critical to understand how to get the right IoT connectivity for each deployment and how to navigate the rapidly evolving IoT landscape.
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MongoDB and the Internet of Things

MongoDB

In this webinar, we will discuss architecture of IoT data management solutions and the challenges that arise. We will explore how MongoDB features provide solutions to those problems. Time permitting, we will demonstrate an IoT Cloud service built on top of MongoDB.
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A Practical Approach to IoT in Field Service

Astea International, Inc.

Implementing IoT, accessing the data and proving its ROI is very challenging for most service organizations. In this webinar, Astea’s Director of Technology Michael Glaser, gives practical advice for deploying IoT in 3 stages: 1) Immediate Break-Fix, 2) Rules-based Proactive Service, and 3) Big Data-based Proactive Service. We also share best practices for integrating IoT with FSM software, so you can prove ROI before you invest in an IoT platform.
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Navigating the Road to Success in IoT with Comtech

Infostretch

Hello, and welcome to today’s web seminar, navigating the road to success in the internet of things, sponsored by Infostretch and featuring speakers Sanil Pillai, director of Infostretch labs and Brian Salisbury, vice president of product management at Comtech Telecommunications. I’m your host and moderator Beth Rominick. Thanks for joining us today. Before I hand it off to the speakers, I’ll explain the controls on this console. The three panels on your screen can be moved around and resized.At the bottom of your console you’ll also see a widget toolbar through the additional resources widget on the right; you can download a pdf of today’s slide. If you experience any technical issues, please send us a note through the question field beneath the panel and we’ll be on hand to help. Our responses can be read in the Q & A panel to the left. This is also how you submit questions.
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Spotlight

Driven by new regulation, new market structures and new energy sources the smart grid is the response to profound changes in the way that electricity is generated, distributed, managed and consumed. What makes the challenge particularly acute, is the essential role that energy production plays in modern
democracies. Keeping the lights on is a political, economic and social imperative. Enabled by current and future developments in technology, smart grids will better enable electricity companies to meet rising demand, increase the reliability and quality of power supplies, improve energy efficiency, and integrate low-carbon energy sources into power networks. This paper looks at the environment in which the smart grid is being developed, based on industry standards and how a newly intelligent, interconnected and inter-operable grid can be seen as a leading example of the Internet of Things in action.

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