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Industrial Internet Consortium and Plattform Industrie 4.0 to Host Joint IIoT Security Demonstration

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The Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) and Plattform Industrie 4.0 will host a joint demonstration at Hannover Messe, April 24-28, 2017, in Hannover, Germany, highlighting Industrial Internet security, interoperability and collaboration. With the rise of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industrie 4.0, manufacturers are adding more connected devices, sharing operational data with IT systems within […]

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Industrial Internet Consortium and Plattform Industrie 4.0 to Host Joint IIoT Security Demonstration

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The Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) and Plattform Industrie 4.0 will host a joint demonstration at Hannover Messe, April 24-28, 2017, in Hannover, Germany, highlighting Industrial Internet security, interoperability and collaboration. With the rise of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industrie 4.0, manufacturers are adding more connected devices, sharing operational data with IT systems within […]

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IoT: Lack of standards becoming a threat

By Sheetal Kumbhar

According to Gartner, a total of 8.4 billion people and devices will be connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) this year. Despite the increasing popularity of IoT solutions in companies, 63% of applications are actually linked to the consumer sector. However, some of the products in use are not truly secure. This is another […]

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IoT: Lack of standards becoming a threat

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

According to Gartner, a total of 8.4 billion people and devices will be connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) this year. Despite the increasing popularity of IoT solutions in companies, 63% of applications are actually linked to the consumer sector. However, some of the products in use are not truly secure. This is another […]

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Tech Notes

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By Cablefax Staff

Australia’s National Broadband Network is the 56th member to join CableLabs. NBN will be the group’s first member from the Oceana region. — Starz will use Arris’ DSR-7401 transcoder satellite receiver to reduce its satellite network bandwidth and to prepare for future distribution technologies such as 4K HDR programming. The DSR-7401 also supports legacy MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 SD set-tops. — Nokia OZO and Accedo are partnering to deliver an upgraded VR experience by integrating Nokia’s OZO Player SKD into Accedo’s VR solutions and joint customer projects. The companies will feature their new solutions at next week’s NAB Show in Las Vegas. — Comcast will join the LoRa Alliance, an association of more than 400 companies backing the LoRaWAN standard for low-power wide-area Internet of Things networks. The company will hold a seat on the association’s board of directors and host LoRa’s 8th All-Members Meeting, Open House and Marketplace Exhibition June 12-14 in Philly.

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Tech Notes

By Cablefax Staff

Australia’s National Broadband Network is the 56th member to join CableLabs. NBN will be the group’s first member from the Oceana region. — Starz will use Arris’ DSR-7401 transcoder satellite receiver to reduce its satellite network bandwidth and to prepare for future distribution technologies such as 4K HDR programming. The DSR-7401 also supports legacy MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 SD set-tops. — Nokia OZO and Accedo are partnering to deliver an upgraded VR experience by integrating Nokia’s OZO Player SKD into Accedo’s VR solutions and joint customer projects. The companies will feature their new solutions at next week’s NAB Show in Las Vegas. — Comcast will join the LoRa Alliance, an association of more than 400 companies backing the LoRaWAN standard for low-power wide-area Internet of Things networks. The company will hold a seat on the association’s board of directors and host LoRa’s 8th All-Members Meeting, Open House and Marketplace Exhibition June 12-14 in Philly.

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Open the pod bay doors, Watson: IBM introduces “cognitive rooms”

By Sean Gallagher

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IBM’s Watson Internet of Things (IoT) unit has teamed with audio giant Harman’s Professional Solutions group to create an adaptive artificial intelligence service that can act as an “in-room cognitive concierge.” In less tech-jargon, that’s an AI able to respond to voice commands and questions based specifically on the context of the room its sensor is located in. The technology is currently being demonstrated as a cognitive conference room assistant, and it’s already in use as a patient concierge in hospital rooms. Soon, this cognitive room capability could find its way into hotel rooms, cruise ship cabins, and other corporate spaces.

Called Voice-Enabled Cognitive Rooms, the technology uses IBM’s Watson IoT application programming interfaces and cognitive computing service paired with Harman AKG microphones, JBL speakers, and control and switching systems from Harman subsidiary AMX. Similar technologies are already being embedded in Harman’s consumer devices, including sound bars and alarm clocks, but these latest developments are opening up the system to integration with corporate information systems and building controls.

Using natural language voice commands, the system can be used to control conference room equipment, set up videoconferences, launch presentations, and adjust lighting. The commands are sent to the Watson IoT cloud service and then relayed back to systems in the room as software commands. As the system learns the preferences of each person that uses it, it can automatically adjust the room’s system to their preferences.

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Open the pod bay doors, Watson: IBM introduces “cognitive rooms”

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By Sean Gallagher

(credit: IBM)

IBM’s Watson Internet of Things (IoT) unit has teamed with audio giant Harman’s Professional Solutions group to create an adaptive artificial intelligence service that can act as an “in-room cognitive concierge.” In less tech-jargon, that’s an AI able to respond to voice commands and questions based specifically on the context of the room its sensor is located in. The technology is currently being demonstrated as a cognitive conference room assistant, and it’s already in use as a patient concierge in hospital rooms. Soon, this cognitive room capability could find its way into hotel rooms, cruise ship cabins, and other corporate spaces.

Called Voice-Enabled Cognitive Rooms, the technology uses IBM’s Watson IoT application programming interfaces and cognitive computing service paired with Harman AKG microphones, JBL speakers, and control and switching systems from Harman subsidiary AMX. Similar technologies are already being embedded in Harman’s consumer devices, including sound bars and alarm clocks, but these latest developments are opening up the system to integration with corporate information systems and building controls.

Using natural language voice commands, the system can be used to control conference room equipment, set up videoconferences, launch presentations, and adjust lighting. The commands are sent to the Watson IoT cloud service and then relayed back to systems in the room as software commands. As the system learns the preferences of each person that uses it, it can automatically adjust the room’s system to their preferences.

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DataRPM, an industrial IoT-focused predictive analytics startup acquired by Progress for $30M

DataRPM, cognitive predictive maintenance company for the industrial IoT (IIoT) market was acquired by Progress Software Corp on March 29, 2017 for $30m. Progress Software is an application development and deployment technology company. The acquisition will help Progress develop cognitive-first applications.

The startup offers both cloud-based and an on-premise solution. A major use case of DataRPM is equipment failure prediction by using its predictive modeling technology. It detects random and unknown failures using unsupervised and semi-supervised machine learning techniques, including Meta Learning which involves learning from experience and feedback. DataRPM’s patented technology consists of real-time business intelligence using search-based analytics engine.

Jaguar, and Samsung are among the two key customers of the company in the IIoT market.

Prominent technology leaders like Amr Awadallah, founder & CTO Cloudera, and Bill Schmarzo, CTO at Dell EMC are among the board members of DataRPM. Amr Awadallah was also an angel investor in DataRPM’s Series A funding round.

Recently, a Poland-based industrial IoT startup Elmodis also entered the M2M predictive analytics space. It targets OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) and industries such as manufacturing, mining, energy, and oil & gas raised $4.9M. Elmodis plans to expand their sales to the U.S market.

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DataRPM, an industrial IoT-focused predictive analytics startup acquired by Progress for $30M

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DataRPM, cognitive predictive maintenance company for the industrial IoT (IIoT) market was acquired by Progress Software Corp on March 29, 2017 for $30m. Progress Software is an application development and deployment technology company. The acquisition will help Progress develop cognitive-first applications.

The startup offers both cloud-based and an on-premise solution. A major use case of DataRPM is equipment failure prediction by using its predictive modeling technology. It detects random and unknown failures using unsupervised and semi-supervised machine learning techniques, including Meta Learning which involves learning from experience and feedback. DataRPM’s patented technology consists of real-time business intelligence using search-based analytics engine.

Jaguar, and Samsung are among the two key customers of the company in the IIoT market.

Prominent technology leaders like Amr Awadallah, founder & CTO Cloudera, and Bill Schmarzo, CTO at Dell EMC are among the board members of DataRPM. Amr Awadallah was also an angel investor in DataRPM’s Series A funding round.

Recently, a Poland-based industrial IoT startup Elmodis also entered the M2M predictive analytics space. It targets OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) and industries such as manufacturing, mining, energy, and oil & gas raised $4.9M. Elmodis plans to expand their sales to the U.S market.

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