In her keynote at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2013, Intel Fellow Dr. Genevieve Bell laid out the common themes across seven billion mobile futures. This year at IDF, we will show you Intel’s foundational research to make future Intel … Read more >
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I often write about the Internet of Things in the manufacturing and industrial space, but I especially enjoy sharing implementations of technology solutions in these arenas. In each of the three examples below, system consolidation is a key contributing factor … Read more >
The post Success Stories: Optimizing the Smart Factory by Consolidating Industrial Systems appeared first on IoT@Intel.
Evolving wireless technology may soon provide users a truly wire-free computing experience. With advances in wireless charging and data transfer capabilities, you’ll soon be able to remove all the clutter of wires for power, display connectors, and other device peripherals. … Read more >
It seems like the beginning of the school year keep creeping earlier and earlier into our summers. While heading back to the classroom can sometimes put kids in an end-of-summer slump, the chance to pick up new tech devices for the … Read more >
The post Stay Ultra Mobile This School Year with an Intel-Powered Tablet appeared first on Technology@Intel.
Thin and light he is not. An adult male black rhinoceros can tip the scale—if you can coax him onto one—at 1.5 tons (1,400 kilograms). Now Intel’s super-tiny Intel® Quark SOC is being pressed into service in southern Africa to … Read more >
Here’s something that might surprise you: Many people assume that the connectivity challenges for the Internet of Things have already been solved. In fact, many obstacles remain, which is why Intel has teamed with Samsung, Atmel, Broadcom, Dell, and Wind … Read more >
The post OIC Creating IoT Standards and Open Source Project to Drive Development appeared first on IoT@Intel.
Parkinson’s disease affects more than five million people around the world and is second only to Alzheimer’s in prevalence. The disease is a debilitating neurological disorder. Its symptoms—tremors, stiffness, difficulty walking—start imperceptibly, but worsen over time. And despite the billions … Read more >
The post Making Strides in Parkinson’s Research with the Michael J. Fox Foundation appeared first on Inside Scoop.
As Internet of Things implementations continue to move into the industrial and manufacturing arena, it’s now more necessary than ever to understand and solve security challenges. In her guest post below, Lorie Wigle, Vice President, General Manager IOT Security Solutions, … Read more >
The post Securing IoT in Industry: Air, Clouds, and Factories = Transformation appeared first on IoT@Intel.
Most people who follow this blog are busy building the future, whether it be improving factory systems or adding intelligence to legacy devices. For you, the Internet of Things isn’t just a concept, it’s a reality. While you’ve been burning … Read more >
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How do you pick your next job? You’re thinking of many factors: job scope, your qualifications, employer reputation and of course, the pay and other benefits. If the pay is right and your skill-set matches the employer’s needs, then sooner … Read more >
NTIA’s recent request for comments on big data provided companies, privacy advocates and activists with an opportunity to highlight the promise of big data and analytic processing and to consider how to address some of the unique privacy challenges they … Read more >
If you’re like most college students living off campus, you probably have a few roommates. Roommates are great — until they do something annoying, like leaving their dishes in the sink, or worse, hog the Wi-Fi. Do you notice buffering … Read more >
The Internet of Things (IoT) is allowing everyone to dream bigger. While we are standing on the brink of some truly amazing technologies, such as self-driving cars, others are already a reality, including intelligent signage, smart factories, and smart buildings. … Read more >
The post IoT Makes Signage, Cars, Factories, and Buildings Smarter: “Mash-Up” Blog Post #2 appeared first on IoT@Intel.
Sharks Cove development board designed by Intel for tablets and mobile devices developers is available for purchase now. Please visit www.sharkscove.org for ordering details. Sharks Cove delivers a broad spectrum of hardware peripheral and software support for developing devices on either the … Read more >
At least some Intel Researchers will tell you “Of course!”! Their confidence received a strong boost this week when their work with Technische Universität München and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München: Petascale High Order Dynamic Rupture Earthquake Simulations on Heterogeneous Supercomputers earned the honor … Read more >
The post Can supercomputers help societies prepare for earthquakes? appeared first on Intel Labs.
In the competitive industrial and manufacturing arena, the strongest and smartest companies are seeking intelligent ways to collect, analyze, and make decisions about big data by implementing scalable Internet of Things solutions. In collaboration with National Instruments, Intel engineers are … Read more >
The post Optimizing the Smart Factory with IoT and Big Data: Part 2 [Video] appeared first on IoT@Intel.