This year, a “singularity” in the world of IoT applications development will occur as startups like resin.io, who have recently introduced a system for deploying Docker containers to connected devices, begin to proliferate. The result will be an explosion of new applications as … Read more > Read more
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Imagine entering a retail store that responds to your individual needs, creating a truly personalized shopping experience. With interactive shelves that offer products based on your previous purchasing patterns—saving you time and endless searching—or digital signage that surrounds you with … Read more >
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At this time last year, I was kind of a big deal. I was a special guest in the Doritos suite during Super Bowl 48 (sorry, I don’t do roman numerals) at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. While … Read more >
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My interview with John Neil Conkle on the topic of APIs and developer evangelism is now live over here.
Attendees at the National Retail Federation (NRF) Big Conference in New York this month saw first-hand how Intel has become a world leader in delivering a personalized retail experience based on Internet of Things solutions. From the hugely popular Memory … Read more >
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Mobile devices and technology have allowed clinicians to gather patient data at the point-of-care, access vital information on the go, and untether from traditional wired health IT infrastructures. One hidden benefit of mobile capability is how doctors can gain access to data which analyzes their own performances.
In the video above, Jeff Zavaleta, MD, chief medical officer at Graphium Health and a practicing anesthesiologist in Dallas, shares his insight on how mobile devices offer a new opportunity for practitioners to self-evaluate, answer the question, “how did you do this week?,” and see key performance indicators such as their average patient recovery times and on-time appointment starts.
Watch the short video and let us know what questions you have about the future of mobile health IT and where you think it’s headed. How are you using mobile technology to improve your practice?
Also, be on the lookout for new blogs from Dr. Zavaleta, who will be a guest contributor to the Intel Health & Life Sciences Community.
As developers harness the possibilities of Intel® RealSense™ technology, there is plenty to explore. Along with the Intel RealSense SDK, they are exposed to a new kind of “camera”. The first… Read more
This week is the start of the 2015 AHR Expo in Chicago, the world’s largest HVACR (heating, venting, air conditioning, and refrigeration) conference that connects industry peers and showcases the latest in HVACR tech and equipment trends. In this guest … Read more >
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Over the past few years Intel has collaborated on a number of projects to raise awareness and catalyze action to expand education and technology access for girls and women. Our latest collaboration is Intel’s sponsorship of the upcoming 3-part documentary … Read more >
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By Alice Borrelli, director of Global Heath Policy for Intel Intel recognizes the importance of innovative payment models as a way to improve the US healthcare system and applauds Secretary Burwell’s announcement that the Department of Health and Human Services … Read more >
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With approximately 47,000 buildings in Manhattan alone, it’s easy to contemplate how smart building solutions—a combination of elements including Building Management Systems (BMS), sensors, control systems, and big data that improves productivity and efficiency in large properties—can create huge value … Read more >
The post Teamwork, IOT Technology Lead to Real-World Smart Building Success appeared first on IoT@Intel.
With 2015 in full swing, many of us are holding onto our resolutions, promising we will at least carry them into February. In recent years, technology has played a more central role in helping us keep our resolutions. From fitness … Read more >
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I’m always in awe of great photographers. You see, I’m the kind of guy who just sets his camera on AUTO and hopes for the best. I keep meaning to sign up for that photography class but it never seems … Read more >
CES 2015 has come and gone. If you were lucky enough to be there and see the amazing Intel booth, you probably heard a lot about user experience, or “UX” for short. That’s because Intel is searching for ways to … Read more >