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Qualcomm continues to focus on big, industry-sized challenges — infrastructure-level opportunities that often involve the very personal devices we use every day. They look at our phones, tablets, and wearables and imagine what else they can do with them. At the same time, they look at global data networks and wonder what more they can do with them. They think, they innovate, and they come up with solutions that drive mobile industries forward.
Samsung Strategy and Innovation Center and Nestlé Institute of Health Sciences announced a collaboration to harness the power of IoT technology and nutrition science to provide new insights into healthy living.
Transportation is among the most promising sectors for the Internet of Things (IoT). By converting vast amounts of data into meaningful and actionable intelligence, IoT can help solve many of modern society’s automotive safety, transportation efficiency, mobility and infrastructure challenges.
North Star BlueScope Steel, a steel producer for global building and construction industries, today announced that it is applying IBM Watson Internet of Things (IoT) technology and wearable devices to pioneer novel approaches to help protect workers in extreme environments. The IBM Employee Wellness and Safety Solution, a research project that analyses data collected from sensors in workers’ wearables, provides data to North Star management in real time when the technology senses potentially problematic conditions.
Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman & CEO Dr. Oh-Hyun Kwon unveiled today Samsung’s vision for ‘Human-Centered IoT,’ including a strategy to spend $1.2 billion over 4 years for U.S.-based Internet of Things (IoT) R&D and investments. This will be led by the Samsung Strategy and Innovation Center, Samsung Global Innovation Center and Samsung Research America, part of Samsung’s U.S. footprint of more than 15,000 employees across the country.
Diane Bryant, Intel executive vice president and general manager of the Data Center Group, laid out the future of Intel and its role in a connected world Tuesday at the Bloomberg Technology Conference in San Francisco. She was interviewed by Bloomberg reporter Max Chafkin, who with Ian King, wrote last week’s Businessweek story, “How Intel Makes a Chip.”The story illustrates the painstaking process for how Intel designs and manufactures complex processors.
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