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Building Cities of Tomorrow with Ford

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The promise of continued advancement of technology is a massive opportunity for our world’s cities. As we sit in traffic, circle a block for parking, or brake for a pedestrian, we long for new and smarter ways for mobility in cities to become more livable and sustainable. We at Dell Technologies believe that the scale Read more...
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The Connected Car Revolution: Our Engagement with Fujitsu

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The Internet of Things (IoT) market has been garnering mainstream attention with the Boston Consulting Group suggesting it will reach $267 billion by 2020, a number that will undoubtedly continue to grow over the coming years. Within this fast-emerging space, according to MarketsandMarkets, the automotive IoT market is expected to grow from $15.87 billion in Read more...
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From Sensor to New Business Model: The Path to IoT

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  The subject of IoT is eliciting very different responses in companies and among end-users, ranging from optimism to outright alarm. We’re still in the very early stages, and it will probably take years and decades to fully realize what potential this kind of “revolution” will bring. For the moment, we’re speculating more on the Read more...
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Securing IoT: The Potential of Public Key Infrastructure

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It’s often been said that for IoT to be successful it must be secure and, because the sending of data from devices to IoT platforms is fundamental to IoT, it follows that the ability to authenticate devices and to secure communications with them will be essential. Across today’s internet, public key infrastructure (PKI) has long Read more...

EdgeX Foundry, First 100 Days

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EdgeX Foundry was announced in Hanover on April 24th and had its first meeting in Boston on June 1st. The meeting was attended by 50+ people from different geographies and organizations worldwide, ten member companies pledged developer resources, and several working groups were formed. Following is a summary of the excellent progress in the first Read more...

Things get cool with the Internet of Things at VMworld 2017!

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Cool things have been happening with VMware’s Internet of Things (IoT) product group and we can’t wait to share them with you at VMworld 2017. If you are part of the 87% of large companies that are using IoT, or planning to in the next year, you don’t want to miss VMworld IoT sessions that will Read more...

Dive deep into the Internet of Things at VMworld 2017!

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  If you are one of the over 10,000 attendees coming to VMworld 2017 Barcelona, you are probably experiencing VMworld so-much-to-do-and-so-little-time syndrome.  We have a suggestion to help you find the most interesting sessions and increase up your strategic value to your organization: dive deep into the Internet of Things (IoT). Why IoT? Organizations of Read more...

Powering Progress: Energy Sector Transformation with IoT

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  Have you ever been shocked by the amount of your utility bill?  It could be a function of the high cost of power during peak usage times.  This is because traditional power plants are notoriously slow in responding to demand changes. But that is starting to change. The Internet of Things is helping power plants Read more...

Creating Smarter Cities – The Road Forward

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Cities are getting bigger every day. In 2016, there were 512 cities with at least one million inhabitants.1 According to the UN, 54% of the world’s population currently lives in an urban area, a proportion that is expected to increase to 66% by 2050. If you think traffic is bad now, just wait. As a Read more...

Planning for IoT Success: Strategy and Recommendations

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to deliver substantial economic and operational value to almost every business process in every industry. As a matter of fact, McKinsey estimates IoT has a potential economic impact between $2.7 – $6.2 trillion by 2025.1 Gaining this value depends in the successful marriage of information technology (IT) and Read more...