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Formula 1 teams are pioneering new IoT and data sharing technologies that will soon become features of the consumer's connected car. Through 5G and V2X (vehicle-to-everything), innovations that are powering modern motorsports are finding their way from the racetrack to the roadway.
When relevant data is properly incorporated into a holistic system, it can reinforce a host of other business efficiencies and security protocols before and after an incident.
The world is changing faster than imagined, and AI is getting smarter with every passing day. Autonomous cars have been recently hitting the headlines and dominating tech-talks.
With a predicted 20 billion connected devices by expected to be in use by 2020, businesses need to understand how to extract value from data coming in from IoT devices. This article breaks down the different data sources from IoT as well as their impact on storage and how automation can help organizations gain more value from their IoT data.
Bianca Ferri, a data scientist at SparkBeyond discusses the role AI plays in the future of technology, and why this intelligence must be accessible to those who want it.
Firms can make IoT data more valuable asset by building data pipelines that make data more available and easier to use in analytics. This article will present how companies can make IoT data a better performing asset.
Today's businesses are data-obsessed. With the rapid growth of the IoT that appears to be in the cards and the explosion of data that's going to come with it, it looks like many companies haven't done nearly enough to prepare for the tsunami of data to come. Here's what they should do before it's too late.
IoT has changed the way people interact with products and has started a complete rethinking of business logic. But we still have much to learn.
How will IoT and autonomous technology affect our local roads and neighborhoods? A quick look ahead will reveal the policy areas that are impacted when cars and infrastructure communicate.
What do "things" represent in the Internet of Things? They can be anything from a tractor to a thermostat to a shipping container!