Human interaction with a machine in which the machine retains and manipulates referents to real objects and spaces
When it comes to Internet of Things, much of the focus is on the “Things.” Devices are the lead guitarists and singers of the IoT world. After all, devices are what we interact with. We wear them, we use them as little handheld computers, and they make normally dumb objects smarter.
Wouldn’t it be great if every beer bottle that left your brewery met with your exacting quality standards, if overflowing and excessive foaming were yesterday’s problem, and not a persistent, wasteful expense?
Conway’s Law and the Shape of Organizations If you aren’t familiar with Conway’s Law, it’s an adage introduced in 1968…
A report built based on survey data taken by the company named, ‘hypothesis’. This is a combined effort between Microsoft and Hypothesis to capture the most current state of IoT from the view of business leaders in certain sectors; manufacturing, energy, mobility, and smart places.
MLOPS is not free. There are operational costs associated with the practice. This is not a cost you can avoid. Too much depends on the accuracy of your models, especially in a production environment to take on the risks without the assurances that a good MLOPs practice brings to manufacturers.
Now you can use IoT Central as a multi-tenant hub Azure IoT Central now supports multi-tenant. What does this mean?…
If you’re an IT service provider, systems reliability is one of the concerns high on your lists. Back in my…
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A great experience with Azure IoT Central and why I love it.