How AI connects the dots for IoT - Augmenting IoT Solutions with AI

Amazon Web Services

IoT can give you great insight into consumer behavior and demand, helping to you create the innovative, revenue-generating services of the future. However, there are still lots of challenges around collecting data from devices, which often have significant limitations in terms of processing power, memory and interfaces.
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Spotlight

Coined by Kevin Ashton in 19991, the term Internet of Things (IoT) has come to denote the widespread deployment of sensors and actuators with ubiquitous interconnectivity, potentially to the Internet, to monitor and control physical systems and critical infrastructure such as electrical utilities, transportation systems, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, factories, and buildings. The goals of the effort have been to gain better visibility and understanding into the operation of these systems and to effect change that would lead to vastly improved efficiencies of operation.


OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

On-Demand Webinar: The Cost of Launching a Connected Product

Xively by LogMeIn

Once companies decide to transform their products with the Internet of Things, they must work with specialized device, network, and software technology to get them connected to company systems. This presentation provides an overview of how and why business want to create connected products as well as an understanding of the cost to make all of this work.
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A New Way to Onboard to the IoT | Telit IoT Innovation 2016

Telit

Turning an idea into value is what Telit's IoT Know-How is all about. Enabling people that can do it themselves with a little help, people with great ideas that need to work with partners, or working directly with Telit to work through challenges. IoT isn't just about connecting things, but enabling enterprises to interoperate and find inefficiencies that you never could before. Read all about IoT Know-How.
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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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Introduction to M2M Technologies: What Wireless or Wired Option is Right for Your Company & Products

Aeris Communications

As the M2M/IOT technology landscape evolves, so do your choices for connectivity. What is the best option for your program today, five years, and ten years from now? Mr. Hosain will review the pros and cons of connectivity options including wired, wifi, cellular, satellite and more for different M2M and IOT applications. During this session, we will review dozens of use cases and make recommendations based on data usage, cost, location, and troubleshooting. Use cases will cover the healthcare/medical, point of sale, digital signage, fleet and utility industries, among others.
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Spotlight

Coined by Kevin Ashton in 19991, the term Internet of Things (IoT) has come to denote the widespread deployment of sensors and actuators with ubiquitous interconnectivity, potentially to the Internet, to monitor and control physical systems and critical infrastructure such as electrical utilities, transportation systems, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, factories, and buildings. The goals of the effort have been to gain better visibility and understanding into the operation of these systems and to effect change that would lead to vastly improved efficiencies of operation.

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