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Tag: sensors

Black Friday & The Push of a Button … 5 (or more) Internet of Things (IoT) that are HOT on Santa’s List
Image November 15, 2017 Examples,Ideas,Internet of Things (IoT),Reporting Colette Grail

  IIoT (vs PIoT) Although the Internet for Things was conceived in 1999, what we live today evolved circa 2004 is The Internet of Things (IoT). You may have learned about the IoT by watching television for products such as Alexa or Nest.  Or you may have utilized sensors at work for data processing and
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Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love and The Edge of the Internet of Things
Image November 1, 2017 Big Data Facets,Internet of Things (IoT) Colette Grail

Aint Talkin Bout Love and The Edge of the Internet of Things   I’ve been to the edge And there I stood and looked down You know I lost a lot of friends there, baby I got no time to mess around. – Van Halen, Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love   Ah … nothing like 1978
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Who is Betting $25 Million on the IoT? Who will be left behind?
Image February 22, 2016 Ideas Colette Grail

Marc Andreessen is betting $25million on the Internet of Things (IoT) becoming a big thing. His famous ability to forecast the evolution of emerging technology weaves a picture of sensors embedded in walls and doors and doorknobs. It makes today’s humble offerings – the likes of remote operation of your house security and appliances or
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Travel Technology for 2016
January 2, 2016 Reporting Colette Grail

Technology in Travel – what to expect for 2016 and beyond.

What Does Your Medical Record Say About You? (and who is reading it?)
Image December 14, 2015 Ideas Colette Grail

Big Data Health Records conceptually provide a more robust personal health information capture and analysis.

Santa’s Big Data Strategic Initiatives Plan
December 9, 2015 Uncategorized Colette Grail

What does Santa’s Strategic Plan Initiatives look like? Matt Davies of Splunk

What is unicity & why you need to know
Image August 3, 2015 Big Data Facets,Reporting Colette Grail

Unicity is the statistical term for measuring anonymity of data.

Fatigue Science Lets Pro Sports Teams Track Their Athletes’ Sleep
Image July 3, 2015 Reporting Colette Grail

How well did you sleep last night? The NFL wants to know. Well, actually they want to know about their players. Sleep has been understood as part of a healthy routine for some time, but now quantifying the quality is a new grade of capability. Some NFL teams want to sleep to be a game
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What Did You Say? Barbie Wants to Know ;)
Image June 18, 2015 Reporting Colette Grail

Hello Barbie is criticized by child advocacy group Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, but she actually is a child’s example of today’s privacy world.

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