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Editor-In-Chief, . , , for engineers & entrepreneurs. Likes turning ideas into reality.
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Kenton Williston 3h
Robots have learned to use tools by observing humans and via self-experimentation. They've even demonstrated the ability to improvise. Everyone just breathe easy and keep off the TV.
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RobertMoss_IoT Apr 17
“Although a late adopter of , the food and beverage industry is showing eagerness to digitize its assets due to the rising need for traceability,” says Nandini Natarajan, Senior Research Analyst, Industrial team at .
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Kenton Williston 6h
Very cool!
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Kenton Williston 8h
Virtually all of the conversation around has focused on devices and modem design wins. As points out, that's not the biggest challenge. Getting networks up and running? Now that's hard.
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Kenton Williston 9h
.'s silicon photonics team demonstrated breakthrough performance of 400G recently, with plans to keep scaling. Intel expects to aggressively deploy 400G transceivers in 2020 and beyond.
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Kenton Williston Apr 17
What packs over 132 million pixels and is the size of a city bus? Sony's new 16K display. No word on where one puts a 783-inch screen.
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Intel IoT Apr 17
The future of manufacturing means embracing . The tech showcased this year at is helping to bring operations closer to the , enabling more efficient analysis & execution within factories.
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Kenton Williston Apr 17
68% of executives consider Digital Manufacturing a top priority.
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Kenton Williston Apr 17
Replying to @stevekovach @cengiz_io
That's not good...
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Kenton Williston Apr 17
There are a lot of myths about the limits and difficulty of energy harvesting. 's Bruno Damien "charges" into the fray.
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Kenton Williston Apr 17
The future of the ? It still involves people. #iot#iiot
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Carolina Rudinschi, PhD Apr 17
Making the most of legacy equipment How plants with legacy equipment can retrospectively upgrade their facility to a ?
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LowLatencyDB Apr 17
Programming in Python, C/C++, C#, SQL, or Java? Learn more about eXtremeDB - the database management system designed to be a flexible, powerful tool for professional developers.
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Kenton Williston Apr 17
Meet Google Anthos...
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Kenton Williston Apr 17
According to a new StackOverflow survey, is the world's most-loved (and fastest-growing) programming language.
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Kenton Williston Apr 16
ICYMI: and announced a new industrial Open Manufacturing Platform. But is a platform tied solely to actually 'open?' It's an interesting question, without a clear answer.
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RobertMoss_IoT Apr 16
. CEO, Nick Fisher and I spoke on the phone about using to prevent in real time. You can learn about it. Check out my 18th article for insight•tech.
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Kenton Williston Apr 16
One solution? Make (and smarter) buildings simpler with
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Kenton Williston Apr 16
Good article from Advisor by on Industrial Data Analytics and Edge Computing
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Kenton Williston Apr 16
NEW on : Facial Recognition Puts Shoplifters Out of Business
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