Internet of Things

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Internet of Things
Stuart Rose 0
Flipping the data equation

Big Data has become a technology buzzword. But how is Big Data changing insurance? Historically, insurance companies have used SMALL data to make BIG decisions. Today, insurers are using BIG data for SMALL decisions. What does this mean? Traditionally, insurance companies have aggregated data to group risks into broad categories

Internet of Things
Jukka Tuominen 0
Internet of Jääkaappi – onko kyberrosvo nälkäinen

Miltä tuntuisi huomata, että aamulla uusi internetin kautta ohjattava jääkaappisi on täynnä vettä, maidot lämpiminä ja voi härskiintynyt. Tuleeko ensimmäisenä mieleen, että hakkeri on saanut jääkaappiisi yhteyden ja laittanut automaattisulatuksen päälle. Tämä on vielä pientä ja menee kotivakuutuksen piikkiin. Parin kuukauden kuluttua kuitenkin huomataan, että yrityksesi tärkeimmän uutuustuotteen huippusalaiset speksit

Analytics | Internet of Things
Norm Marks 0
Competing and disrupting with analytics in Automotive

SAS recently held the Detroit Automotive Analytics Executive Forum to bring together leaders from the Industry. We heard from an experienced group of leaders on the future of the automotive industry, best practices for analytics success, innovative retail analytics, customer experience analytics, the connected vehicle, and competing on analytics. Following

Internet of Things
David Pope 0
Analytics examples using smart grid technology

The smart grid is a technology infrastructure that adds intelligent capabilities to the electricity distribution system. When you apply analytics to the smart grid data, you can automate and  improve operations, maintenance, planning and customer satisfaction - among other processes. As utilities continue to upgrade meters, transformers, and add new sensors and equipment,

Internet of Things
Alyssa Farrell 0
Does OT + analytics = IoT?

Operations technology (OT), such as control systems, are crucial elements in our daily lives. They make the stoplights function at intersections. They guide robots with precise movements on the shop floor. Their switches and routers are the backbone of our internet. But what if they were even more intelligent? What

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence | Internet of Things
Suzanne Clayton 0
It’s the Internet of connected life at Mobile World Congress

The Internet of Things is coming fast and furious. We clearly know what these “things” are, and were able to see prototypes at last week’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) which hosted some 93,000 attendees. Things = connected life = cars, homes (thermostats, washer and dryers, vacuum cleaners, security systems, refrigerators, etc.),

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