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Tag Archives: Data
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Data is literally everywhere, and in many cases, we’re not even sure where it’s going. This conundrum raises plenty of questions, especially when it comes to connected cars: Who owns the data? Who...

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One day soon, we will wake up and wonder how we ever survived in a world of “dumb” disconnected things. Our homes, including our pantries, closets, and shoe racks, and our offices, factories, and vehicles...

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Clever use of connected car data isn’t just a matter of driver convenience, comfort and efficiency, but also of safety, writes Wim Stoop, senior product marketing manager for EMEA at big data software...

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The city of Columbus, Ohio, which won the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge recently, has big plans to use the Internet of Things (IoT) to help residents access jobs, reduce infant-mortality...

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Seasonal cues are a great way to promote good behaviour. When spring comes, for example, we clean our homes and put our material world to rights ready for a fresh start. But what about non-material things?...

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Technology is disrupting the healthcare industry just like many other sectors these days, but one particular aspect of healthcare is benefiting from some high-tech side effects. Pharmaceutical companies...

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Estimates vary about how many “things” will be connected to the Internet by 2020, but the more conservative sources put that figure at around 26 billion, double the 13 billion figure connected...

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Today, devices generate more IoT data than social networks. Each device can send data several times per second. With millions of connected devices, a typical data processing platform might be required...

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In my last blogpost, I described the initial important steps to ensure a successful outcome of a data analytics project: First, close cooperation between the ideas provider (department) and the data...