Posts Tagged ‘IoT’

GE to Sell Predix? What’s Happening, Why, and Who’ll Get It?

August 29, 2018
It looks certain that GE is going to divest itself of Predix soon. This presents an opportunity for a few companies and the community.

KONE Monitors 1.1M Elevators and Escalators with IBM Bluemix and Watson IoT

January 25, 2018
With 24/7 Connected Services, KONE enables its users to remotely call an elevator, while monitoring the equipment across 200+ safety-related parameters.

Bosch Connects 6 Million Devices with Cloud Foundry

November 23, 2017
Bosch delivers an open IoT cloud to efficiently develop and manage industrial apps for automotive, manufacturing, supply chain, smart homes, etc.

Blockchain at Walmart: Tracking Food from Farm to Fork

September 8, 2017
Blockchain and IoT reduces Walmart's food tracking to seconds. Machine learning and analytics help prepare store inventories ahead of sales.

Automotive Blockchain: from Manufacturing to Security to Insurance

August 23, 2017
The distributed ledger technology may be used to track provenance of car parts, enhance vehicle security, implement dynamic insurance policies, and more.

Digital Twins for Aerospace: Better Fleet Reliability and Performance

August 3, 2017
Aerospace is going beyond connected machines. Digital twins enable the industry to save resources with prescriptive and predictive analytics.

Relying on Docker to Update Industrial Asset Management Systems Faster

July 19, 2017
Having issues with updating asset performance management systems at the edge, GE discovered that containerizing updates with Docker may help.

Artificial Intelligence Can Be a Catalyst Across Most Cycles of the IoT

July 4, 2017
With the challenges outlined, this blog post highlights the six stages of an IoT workflow where AI can help.

Honda Improves the Safety of Connected Cars with IBM Bluemix / Watson

June 27, 2017
Relying on AI and IoT, the innovations include real-time vehicle analytics, cognitive assistance, autonomous driving, a mobile app, etc.

Adopting TensorFlow for Manufacturing and Industrial Internet of Things

June 23, 2017
At TensorBeat 2017, a panel revealed the reasons behind TensorFlow adoption, exemplified real-life scenarios, and questioned the future of data.
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