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Overcoming IoT and Smart Systems Data Challenges

Many of today’s data management and analytics solutions look like connectivity and protocols did in the Smart Systems and IoT space ten years ago — a big mess! These cobbled together offerings fail to provide the functionality and performance required to gain real insight from IoT and Smart Systems data. To address this challenge,…

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Moving the Smart Home Luddites Forward…

The smart home market is gaining substantial momentum, with an estimated 900 million smart devices existing in households across the world today, based on Harbor Research’s Smart Systems Forecast Model. However, Harbor Research believes the biggest challenge facing the smart home market will be finding hardware and software developers with…

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Blockchain: A Lot of Hype…But Far From Reality

In October of last year, IBM and Walmart announced one of the largest blockchain partnerships to date, aiming to test the technology on the movement of packaged produce in China. Earlier this week, IBM also announced partnerships with Dubai Customs, Dubai Trade and a host of banks, freight companies and…

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Why Are Smart Cities NoT Smart?

What role should governments and large tech corporations play in the development of smart cities? Smart city programs cannot be defined by a single “top down” approach or central organizing schema that sets pre-programmed limits. They will be defined by individual citizens, who are motivated to collaborate with each other…

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