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Posted by on Apr 26, 2017 in Enterprise Mobility, Smart Devices |

IoT is enabling endless possibilities in the Smart Building and Home Automation space

IoT is enabling endless possibilities in the Smart Building and Home Automation space

Along with the digital transformation in the automotive and industrial segments, Internet of Things (IoT) has been creating a lot of buzz around smart buildings as well.  From ‘smart home’ to ‘connected enterprise’, IoT has been consistently making our surroundings increasingly intuitive through technology. Disruptive pressure to attain improved operational and energy efficiency is forcing construction managers to look up to smart building technologies for improved occupant experiences. Upcoming trends in the connected building solutions, whether it is about communication interfaces, video surveillance, environmental controls, or energy conservation, can deliver significant cost savings and efficiency gains. Recent disruptions in the Indian telecommunication service industry, such as 4G and competitive data packages by ISPs, will make these trends to evolve at a faster and affordable pace. The smart home revolution happened quicker than anticipated. Many of us might have just realized that the products and expertise required to achieve these futuristic results already exist. The Amazon dash button, as a part of smart home kitchen, allows you to re-order things...

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Posted by on Apr 11, 2017 in Rugged Devices |

From insights to innovation:

From insights to innovation:

Discover how predictive analytics/maintenance is the next big thing in the data discovery standpoint. Predictive analytics juggles with probabilities instead of facts and figures, helping enterprises to anticipate and offset risks. Decision-making is and has always been critical in determining individual as well as organizational growth. We are now, at any given point of time, a step ahead of our age, thanks to the continuously spinning heads taking proactive decisions all this while! However, as we embark on our cognitive journey, most decisions cannot wait for data scientists’ skill set to evaluate potential options. This eagerness to bridge the gap between the present and the future has lead to predictive maintenance as one of the most imperative industrial solutions. Predictive maintenance is a sensor driven technology that passes unambiguous information to intelligent systems loaded with AI algorithms. These algorithms then gather facts about the situation and compare them to the previous data set to decide the significance of the information. Further, the system scans through a set of possible...

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Posted by on Apr 5, 2017 in Consumer Electronics, Smart Devices |

Digitization of Factory Floor and IoTizing Legacy Factory Equipment

Digitization of Factory Floor and IoTizing Legacy Factory Equipment

The process of manufacturing is solely based on how to increase efficiency, reduce mistakes, and cut down the possibilities of downtime. With the technological advancements and the age of Internet of Things (IoT), managing the production gets not only digitalized but also smart and easily accessible. IoT, in the coming time will be a significant transformation. It will allow new businesses to surface and enable changes in work processes with improved efficiency, cost restraint, and superior client experiences. The IoT connects everything to everything. It helps an individual to monitor and control each and every tool of production, collect data from hundreds of sensors in order to make continuous improvements and to avoid breakdowns. This enables the person in-charge of the factory floor to be able to detect even the most minor of defects beforehand, thereby allowing him to take real-time decisions and make the necessary adjustments just on time. The most prevalent of all the advantages of IoT are: Increase efficiency of supply chain Decrease defect wastage Lean...

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Posted by on Mar 23, 2017 in Automotive, Retail, Smart Devices |

Trends at MWC 2017

Trends at MWC 2017

Over 108,000 professionals from more than 2,300 companies participated in 2017 exhibition. From Connected cars, virtual reality, new smartphones and nifty app ideas, to robotics and 3D printing solutions were on display. There was an incredible showcase of technologies and platforms such as VR/AR, drones, and artificial intelligence spaces. The industry is under continuous transformation to embrace opportunities and challenges ahead. 5G: From revolution to evolution 5G evidently dominated MWC 2017. Connected vehicles, drones and robots filled the exhibition halls showcasing the 5G evolution. The attendees, technology enthusiasts, business prospects and almost everyone at the event were keen about the promising next gen technology. 5G will change the way mobile works and how it is used. The impact of this technology will spread far beyond greater speeds or higher throughput. 5G will enable newer services that demand reliable, high-bandwidth data to work — everything from remote-control surgical robots, connected cities to autonomous vehicles. From technology standards to use cases, MWC this year had a seemingly clear sense of progress...

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Posted by on Feb 16, 2017 in Automotive |

Why automotive industry needs virtualization?

Why automotive industry needs virtualization?

The automotive Infotainment Industry has evolved from having standalone systems for various functions like infotainment, telematics, and diagnostics to more integrated systems with connectivity being the key. We have seen silos being broken and systems being more interdependent and inter-connected, resulting in real-time, on demand services like Spotify and Connected Diagnostics among others. The auto industry is at an inflection point and the key for success is going to be how Auto industry address the growing demand for connectivity, convenience and convergence (3Cs) i.e. connectivity of a smart device, convergence of a high end Cockpit and convenience/comfort of a luxury car. The consumer industry has seen rapid innovation with short product life cycles ranging from 6 to 18 months. Consumer devices like Mobile phone, iPad have become feature rich with intuitive user experiences. The consumer who has experienced these devices is expecting the same experience in automotive cockpit. Traditionally there has been one ECU per function in a car. Due to the demand of more features, OEMs have integrated...

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