How to Make the Most of IoT (Internet of Things) Insights

Confirmit

By now, you’ve likely noticed that everyday household items such as LED light bulbs, toys and washing machines are evolving and their capabilities reach far beyond their original intention. These items are now called “smart objects” and they are key components of the “Internet of Things”. It is predicted that by 2020, the world’s population will be connected to approximately 50 billion smart objects. We predict these devices will produce data that will greatly enhance the real-time insights available to Market Researchers and their clients and will challenge conventional thinking around data collection. In this webinar, guest speaker, Thomas Husson, Vice President and Principal Analyst, Forrester Research, Inc.
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Spotlight

This session provides a coding and design example of an Internet of Things retail monitoring project (Internet of Things Forerunner) built on the Freescale i.MX6-based One Box connecting various wireless RFID sensors to a Java SE Embedded gateway in brick-and-mortar retail stores sending data to a back-end data center for big data analysis, using an Oracle Business Intelligence server. Come learn how to connect a Freescale i.MX6-based One Box to the data center, using Java SE Embedded technology and BI server technology with a real-time connection to Oracle enterprise back-end software that tracks retail store inventory control and customer sales recommendations. The session shows how to develop Java SE Embedded apps that connect to Oracle middleware with the Freescale One Box.


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Secure Operations with IoT

axonex

The Internet of Things (IoT) has fundamentally changed how we look at the devices that connect to a company. This change is impacting every business. Not simply the just the traditional devices, there is an increasing scope to connect more and more – by doing this, manufacturers can gain efficiencies, harness intelligence from a wide range of equipment, improve operations, and increase customer satisfaction.
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Can Machine Learning Solve IoT’s Big Data Problem

IHS Markit

Between 2015 and 2020, IoT devices will more than double in number to 30 billion, driven by surging adoption in diverse segments such as personal, household, government, industrial and many others. IoT proliferation, in turn, will generate vast amounts of data, propagation will enable businesses to monitor connected assets in real time and also improve performance through the application of predictive analytics. But to utilize the constant stream of data in order to generate tangible improvements in productivity and efficiency, machine learning techniques will be essential. This webinar evaluates the opportunities that machine learning creates—for enterprises deploying IoT and technology; as well as for software and data analytics providers.
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Higher Revenues and Customer Experience With the Right IoT Platform

Ayla Networks

From boosting efficiency to reducing costs and gaining a competitive edge, IoT is widely seen as the future for manufactured products. While it is an enormous leap for manufacturers to go from producing traditional standalone products to ones that connect to the internet, the end result is that you must deliver a superior user experience throughout the product Lifecyle.
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Wisepill and Aeris: Leveraging IoT for Medical Monitoring

Aeris

Listen in as Aeris CTO, Syed “Z” Hosain, talks about the state of medical monitoring in the age of IoT. In this webinar, you will get to hear of the challenges and opportunities, as well as the market drivers, for this fast-growing sector.
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Spotlight

This session provides a coding and design example of an Internet of Things retail monitoring project (Internet of Things Forerunner) built on the Freescale i.MX6-based One Box connecting various wireless RFID sensors to a Java SE Embedded gateway in brick-and-mortar retail stores sending data to a back-end data center for big data analysis, using an Oracle Business Intelligence server. Come learn how to connect a Freescale i.MX6-based One Box to the data center, using Java SE Embedded technology and BI server technology with a real-time connection to Oracle enterprise back-end software that tracks retail store inventory control and customer sales recommendations. The session shows how to develop Java SE Embedded apps that connect to Oracle middleware with the Freescale One Box.

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