Simulation and AI/ML riding the digital twin wave
Most organizations across industries have been on overdrive to push digital transformation targeting savings, increasing revenue, or improving quality and reliability. A few common industry challenges such as: • “Help me predict failure of my plant asset. How do we plan scheduled maintenance optimizing operation, logistics and inventory cost? (OPEX)” • “How can we maximize performance/throughput from our assets?” • “How can I send personalize insight and proactive…
Industry 4.0: The future of the industry is today!
We all know that Industry 4.0 is the fourth industrial revolution, but what are the main technologies that are changing the manufacturing sector?
IoT: How to protect from security threats?
IoT security is becoming critical in smart city development as smart city services increasingly rely on a complex network of IoT devices. These IoT devices are diverse in nature with access to different kinds of data and systems and are typically characterized by low processing capability and low power consumption. Generally, low-cost IoT devices have less sophisticated built-in security protection features, such as the lack of capabilities to support
When coffee becomes digital
7 a.m. Alarm clock is ringing while the curtains open automatically following the sunrise. You don’t leave your bed until the smell of coffee comes in after your brand new e-CoffeeMachine connected to the house domotic system is preparing a nice cup of your preferred organic coffee from Colombia.
5G opportunities for the telecommunication market
From mainframes and client-server to cloud computing accessed by mobile devices: every phase of the communications revolution we have experienced over the past 50 years has been enabled by advances in networking. This also applies to the revolution currently in progress. IoT, consumerization, and AI all rely on fast, low-cost, reliable networks. Every day, more and more devices are actively communicating with each other, and simple upgrades of current networks are
Cloud is moving to the edge for smart cities
Turning Point for IoT Smart cities are considered "smart" as cities are incorporating Information and Communications Technology (ICT) into their infrastructure. Cities heavily influenced by ICT have created networking, caching, and computing innovations. The basic components are sensors connected to city infrastructure that collect data to either store and analyze on the edge and a cloud to host the data for further analysis, decision making, and…