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What the Internet of Things and Edge Computing Really Mean Today
In this contributed article, editorial consultant Jelani Harper takes a look at IoT, edge computing, and remote work. The ever shifting, restless nature of the data ecosystem is most acutely demonstrated in contemporary developments in the Internet of Things. The IoT is no longer a macrocosm of the Industrial Internet …
Data Collected from IoT Devices Will Breed the Next New ‘Uber’ or ‘Netflix’, Predicts Eseye
What organizations can do with data is set to dramatically shift in 2021 and beyond, according to IoT connectivity specialist Eseye, as more IoT devices are deployed and the data they generate dwarfs that collected through traditional online channels. Eseye predicts that data mined from user interactions with things rather …
How the Internet of Things and AI will Transform Sports Business?
If there’s one industry that had previously remained fairly untouched from the technological advancements, it is the sports domain. However, over time the sector is getting introduced with several new generation technologies intended to make it efficient and smart. We have recently seen a number of technological developments that have …
Key Sessions for Microsoft Azure Customers at Data + AI Summit Europe 2020
Databricks, diamond sponsor Microsoft and Azure Databricks customers to present keynotes and breakout sessions at Data + AI Summit Europe. Data + AI Summit Europe is the free virtual event for data teams — data scientists, engineers and analysts — who will tune in from all over the world to …
Leveraging ESG Data to Operationalize Sustainability
The benefits of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) are well understood across the financial services industry. In our previous blog post, we demonstrated how asset managers can leverage data and AI to better optimize their portfolios and identify organizations that not only look good from an ESG perspective, but also …
4 Incredible Benefits Of IoT-Based Indoor Mapping
The IoT is becoming increasingly commercialized. IDC estimates that there will be 41.6 billion IoT devices online by 2025. As the IoT continues to expand, companies across the world are looking for new ways to embrace its potential. One of the most overlooked benefits of the IoT is with indoor …
How Relogix reduced infrastructure costs by 80% with Delta Lake and Azure Databricks
Introduction Relogix is a leading workspace analytics and sensor-as-a-service provider for workplace monitoring, management, and performance. Founded on a decade... The post How Relogix reduced infrastructure costs by 80% with Delta Lake and Azure Databricks appeared first on Databricks.
Mastering the Internet of Things with Master Data Management
In this contributed article, editorial consultant Jelani Harper discusses how many organizations have struggled to harness the IoT’s scale, size, and speedy datasets for a cogent business use case justifying investing in this expression of big data. If the principal challenge is making sense of this continually generated streaming data …
10 Powerful Benefits That IoT For SMBs Can Create
We often use the IoT in our everyday life, but the use of IoT technology in the business world is even greater. Smart systems help monitor and optimize technological processes, improve customer experience, and transform traditional industries with innovative approaches. Each year the number of connected objects grows exponentially, and …
Expansion of the Edge: The Preeminent Importance of Edge Computing Today
In this contributed article, editorial consultant Jelani Harper discusses how the reliance on edge components and edge processing is becoming more critical to the decentralized big data landscape, especially with the ongoing need to communicate remotely. It’s imperative to ensure edge networks can be remotely provisioned, secured, and available for …
Reserving A Separate Network For IoT Devices Is Absolutely Vital
As consumers move toward having more and more smart appliances, home internet security has new hurdles to overcome that were previously not a major concern. In fact, the FBI is now recommending that you use a second router in your house for these appliances, known as IoTs or using VLAN …
How IoT Could End Deforestation
In this contributed article, tech blogger Caleb Danziger believes that the Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the most exciting developments in recent technology. You likely use IoT devices every day, but they can also help end deforestation. People across the globe are already using the IoT in the …
Manage and Scale Machine Learning Models for IoT Devices
A common data science internet of things (IoT) use case involves training machine learning models on real-time data coming from an army of IoT sensors. Some use cases demand that each connected device has its own individual model since many basic machine learning algorithms often outperform a single complex model. …
Invest In The Right IoT Trend And Profit More In 2020
Recently, IoT is creating a lot of buzz in the tech industry. From parking spaces of your home to refrigerators, coffee machines, dishwashers, lights and locks of your house – IoT is bringing almost every home appliances and other everyday physical objects into the digital fold. Well, this emerging technology …
On the Edge of Something Big
In this contributed article, Tim Parker, VP of Network Strategy at Flexential, provides the top four reasons your organization needs an edge strategy now. Edge computing enables efficient data processing near the source to minimize latency, reduce bandwidth usage and lower costs while improving compliance, security and resiliency.
Conceptualizing the 2020’s: The Decade of the Internet of Things
In this contributed article, editorial consultant Jelani Harper highlights several lofty predictions about the number of connected devices in the IoT begin this year; many developments directly impacting its adoption rates will flourish in the coming 10 years, rendering it the premier expression of data management.
5 Incredible IoT Applications In Civil Engineering
As the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes smarter and more advanced, we’ve started to see its usage grow across various industries. From retail and commerce to manufacturing, the technology continues to do some pretty amazing things in nearly every sector. The civil engineering field is no exception. An estimated 20 …
The Evolving Nature of the Internet of Things
In this contributed article, freelance human Avery Phillips discusses how the IoT is not a perfect system that will enable us to live unfettered lives of luxury. However, it is a useful tool that is revolutionizing the world of business and industry, changing how we approach work and helping to …