Tag Archives: iot
Brief video below shows what happens when we combine the Industrial IoT (IIOT) with Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR). Interestingly, a lot of this is already possible and being productized today!
I wrote a couple of posts on this subject recently (link, link) and wanted to elaborate a bit more – this is an exciting subject to think about and work on. Let me start with my own definition of Cognitive … Continue reading
Below is the Hierarchy of IoT “Thing” Needs. It’s sort of an outlook on IoT from IoT’s point of view. The absolute necessities (and things that need to be taken care of first) are at the bottom. The ultimate goals, … Continue reading
This is an interesting way to summarize the main building elements of enterprise IoT: One thing that is implied in this diagram through phrases such as “connected workplace,” “business process monitoring, control, & optimization,” etc., is that humans are still … Continue reading
Tripwire, Inc., a security company, announced the results of a study that looked at the rise of IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) deployment in organizations, and to what extent it is expected to cause security problems in 2017. The main conclusion: 96% of … Continue reading
I say “selected startups” in the title because this list is clearly incomplete. For example, my own startup−alchemyiot.com−is using AI/ML, and I am leading this effort. With our focus on IoT, we belong in the IoT/IIot (Industrial Iot) section of … Continue reading
According to the latest article in Forbes, which relies on BCG‘s recent analysis, the future of IoT in the coming years still looks great: B2B spending on IoT technologies, apps and solutions will reach $267B by 2020. By 2020, 50% of IoT spending … Continue reading