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Commentary on Industry 4.0 that only focuses on the Internet of Things (IoT) entirely misses the point. Armed with IoT devices, manufacturers could improve productivity and time-to-market. However,...

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is definitely getting more mainstream – you can tell by the way the language changed at MWC. IoT conversations are a lot less technical these days. They’re more about...

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The idea of creating better cities is as old as human settlement. Smart cities is our latest iteration, amidst the Fourth Industrial Revolution, now that we have exponentially more data and computing...

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Rather than focus on the disruptive and competitive nature of new technology, New York’s smart city czars are emphasizing collaboration with business and other smart cities. City technology leaders...

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On March 15, 2017, MIT Sloan Management Review held a free, live webinar to share the findings and insights from our latest Data and Analytics Initiative research report, “Analytics as a Source...

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A century ago, many large manufacturers in the U.S. were still powering their factories with in-house electricity generation. It may sound illogical now, but at the time it made sense. Just as these...

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A John Deere nutrient spreading machine with access to a variety of software for more efficient fertilizer placement. Image courtesy of John Deere. The big story this week in tech news was a well-reported...

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ABI Research forecasts that by 2021 there will be 48 billion devices connected to the internet, and 30 percent of those devices will be Bluetooth® devices. Bluetooth low energy continues to advance as...

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Colt McAnlis, Developer Advocate at Google, warned against data and power taxation of IoT users at ARM TechCon 2015. Video Rating: / 5 ...