Manufacturing companies, Ulbrich Stainless Steel and Lockheed Martin are using SAS analytics to drive Internet of Things (IoT) innovation in their facilities. Whether manufacturing engineered stainless steel for medical implants or creating the speciality wire for solar panels, Ulbrich Stainless Steel & Specialty Metals knows its customers count on consistently high-quality products.
There’s no denying that the Internet of Things (IoT) market has grown drastically over the past couple of years, and it is still continuing to gain momentum. IDC has predicted that IoT spending will reach US$745 billion (€664 billion) in 2019 – a 15% increase over last year’s $646 billion (€576 billion) – and will surpass the $1 trillion (€0.89 trillion) mark in 2022.
A new nanosatellite space internet network is going live soon. The company behind it is Hiber and, ahead of the big day, Coen Janssen, director of Business Intelligence at Hiber tells IoT Now’s Jeremy Cowan about its flagship customers like the British Antarctic Survey and EduClima. Here he explains how its IoT network could aid a range of industries such as manufacturing, logistics, [...]
Canonical released Ubuntu 19.04, focused on open infrastructure deployments, the developer desktop, Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud to edge software distribution.
In-memory computing platform company, Hazelcast has unveiled Hazelcast Jet, said to be the only streaming engine with no external system dependencies. According to the company, the result is the industry’s fastest stream processing engine that dramatically simplifies implementation from the smallest to largest deployments.
“World leaders must look towards drone technology as a solution, not a problem, when attempting to solve the decline of the world’s forests as governments are forced to act over climate change before it is too late.”
Creating robust and economically viable state-of-the-art monitoring toolsets is a challenge across industry 4.0 companies, which use “smart factories” and the Internet of Things (IoT) to create virtual copies of physical environments to enable decentralised decision-making in real-time.
The Internet of Things is still in its beginnings, but as devices become increasingly networked, the security implications are starting to cause headaches for businesses.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has brought about radical transformations across a range of industries over recent years, for instance optimising fleet management to improving crop production in agriculture.
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