Tag Archives: IoT

Answers to Industry 4.0’s Top Questions

We’re in the midst of an Industry 4.0 revolution. Automation and data – including cyber-physical systems, the Internet of Things, cloud computing, and cognitive computing – are leading to a shift in the way products are designed and manufactured. Today, I’m sharing information about the current state of Industry 4.0, a few of my favorite examples, and possibilities for the

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Healthcare trends impacting our lives

Today’s rapid pace of innovation is revolutionizing many industries, and healthcare is no exception. Spending in IT in the healthcare sector is predicted to outpace similar spending in other industries. Digital health funding also hit a new high in 2015, reaching nearly $6 billion. An aging population will also drive further innovation in healthcare. By 2060, there will be 98

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HP Launches the HP Print Channel on IFTTT Creating Over 40M IoT Printers

Phillip McCoog is a Chief Technologist and HP Fellow at Hewlett Packard, and I am pleased to welcome Phillip as a guest blogger today. He’ll be sharing interesting details about the launch of the HP Print channel on IFTTT. Before Phillip gives you the details on this launch, let me tell you a little more about him. As a Chief

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Connected Cars Pick Up Speed at CES 2015

I attended last week’s Consumer Electronics Show and one thing became apparent quickly – the consumer cars of the future were the main attraction. The conversation about self-driving cars has been happening for some time, but the age of self-driving cars seems to be quickly approaching. The connected cars I saw at CES do more than read your text messages

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How Will The Internet of Things Affect You?

You can’t escape the Internet of Things (IoT). In fact, the International Data Corporation (IDC) predicts there will be 200 billion connected devices by 2021, with more than 30 billion being autonomous devices. Simply put, the IoT is a network of Internet-enabled devices that communicate with one another to understand what we’re doing and operate automatically based on that information.

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