With the Internet came the ability for computers worldwide to connect regardless of race, creed or country. As the Internet evolves into the Internet of Things (IoT), more and more sensors – not just computers – connect to further enhance business, economics and life in general. Food for example comes from around the globe. Brazil
The Internet of Things (IoT) event of 2017. Don’t miss it … or let me be there for you. The Event The IoT Solutions World Congress is the leading international event that links the Internet of Things with industry. On its second edition, the event has doubled the figures registered on its inaugural
Two summers before the 2016 US Presidential election, I was sitting around a bonfire in the wilds of Kenya, lingering in the peace that comes from spending the day amongst the extraordinary wildlife of safari (that’s ordinary for Africa). An intimate gathering of around 15 guests from all continents, the conversation was friendly and centered
I love a good graphic and I couldn’t stop with just pinterest to talk about this Forrester Research graphic from a Forbes article by Gil Press on the Top 10 Hot Big Data Technologies. I love the “play”, “fast forward” and “pause” icon – fantastic imagery for data points. The swanky ecosystem radii are a
Joel Selanikio explains how he uses the cloud and Big Data to solve world health issues in this 2014 Ted Talk.
How Geospacial Information is protecting indigenous cultures while allowing economic development.
Twitter graphic on how Africa tweets
Better voting decisions – there’s an app for that.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is different things to different people. To someone a bit more … inspired … it is a fantastic stellar journey into the possible. For others, IoT is a bit more functional. Madhu Murgia reports on two viewpoints of where IoT is going.
Upworthy video about business making coats for the homeless that become sleeping bags.