The Future of Smart Systems and IoT Analytics

January 30, 2020

The Internet of Things (IoT) and the new
world of Smart Systems are ushering
in an era where people, machines,
devices, sensors, and businesses are
all connected and able to interact with
one another. The convergence of networked
computing and large-scale data management
with real time machine intelligence is driving the
integration of the physical and virtual worlds and
creating unimagined business opportunities.



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