3 weeks ahead of its first public trial, supersonic car builder Bloodhound at OOW17 tells how it uses Oracle Cloud to store, share engineering data insight
Yodit Stanton, CEO of OpenSensors.io, gives her rundown of the biggest mistakes companies make when embarking on an IoT project.
IoT data collected from machines is changing the role of field service technicians. ServiceMax's Joe Kenny explains how robots and humans can work together
Wearables startup Thync feels good after Zuora helps it switch from product sales to a subscription model for closer customer engagement
Oracle is deepening the AI and ML content of its IoT solutions in a quest to help enterprises get business results from their Internet of Things initiatives
Peter Pearce of Baker Tilly sees huge opportunities in next-gen manufacturing, aka Industry 4.0. But it's going to mean answering tough questions. Here's how his Plex Manufacturing Cloud approach works.
As Baby Boomers continue to retire and Millennials focus on burnishing their digital expertise, an acute shortage of mainframe skills could make such know-how de rigueur again.
GE acquired ServiceMax for the sum of $915m late last year. The two companies share how they are going to market to transform industrial companies.
The energy industry is going through a period of disruption as production and consumption models change - GE thinks it can help ease the pain.
At the tail end of SAP's Sapphire Now 2017 show, I was offered a customer interview I couldn't pass up. Craig Charlton, CIO at McLaren Technology Group Ltd., shares his digital and IoT mandate.
Although initially employed on consumer gadgets, look for conversational interfaces to spread across industries and into purpose-built hardware.
In this edition - tech gets political and so do we. Plus: IoT gets a critical review as smart cities go under the microscope. Your whiffs include unplugging airlines, deleting production systems, and defying tornados.
UX for IoT raises some tricky questions. When we're designing for the Internet of Things, are we going for automation and eliminating a human UI entirely? And how do we account for the range of devices and industries? Those are some of the questions I got into with the IoT team from Infiswift.