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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 3/28/2017
Soft opened a year ago and officially launched last month, IBM's worldwide Watson IoT Headquarters in Munich is an area of keen interest for companies with vested interests in connected technologies.
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Josh McAllister, Contributor, IoT World News, , 3/24/2017
From agriculture to retail, the internet of things is changing how companies in many industries do business.
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Chris Kocher, Contributor, IoT World News, , 3/22/2017
Sure, the internet of things (IoT) could create hundreds of billions of dollars in new markets but the question is: who will be the winners and losers in this new marketplace? What are the driving forces behind IoT and what are the implications for companies developing strategies in IoT? How should you innovate to ensure you grow your business without ...
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Eli Share, Head of Mobile & IoT, Bosch Power Tools, , 3/20/2017
Buildings, airports, mines, highways and residential homes have been popping up in record numbers in the last several years and construction does not seem to be slowing down.
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Keith Bruce, CEO & President, San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl Host Committee, , 3/14/2017
When I was hired as the CEO of Super Bowl 50 and the Bay Area Host Committee, I was presented with a number of requirements and obligations that the cities of San Francisco and Santa Clara had committed to as part of hosting Super Bowl 50. This was August 2013, a full two and a half years before our event played out at Levi's Stadium in February of 2016.
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Paul Richardson, Chief Innovation Officer, DHL, , 3/13/2017
Digitisation has transformed the world as we know it. It has already brought increased connectivity, greater consumer purchasing control and heightened competition to adapt to changing demands, providing a vast array of new opportunities for business to capitalise on.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 3/10/2017
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) remain nascent technologies at this moment in time.
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Ariel Stern, CEO, Ayyeka, , 3/3/2017
Edge analytics - the process of analyzing information directly on the network edge before relaying the throughput back to a server - is quickly changing the model of how the internet of things (IoT) functions.
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Nader Najiani, Marketing Director, HARMAN, , 2/21/2017
Rapid commercial adoption of the internet of things (IoT) reflects on the value the technology promises to generate for both users and providers.
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Posted by Jeremy |  In reply to: Inside IBM Watson's Munich HQ: The World's Foremost Industrial IoT Playground
Same here (unsurprisingly, I suppose)! I was extra excited when IBM Watson decided to embrace blockchain. 

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2017 has seen the size, scope and awareness of the internet of things continue to grow at considerable pace.

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