Managing Big Data: Moving analysis back to the edge

[fa icon='calendar'] Jul 21, 2016 4:08:27 PM / by Brittney Borowicz posted in Adam Justice, clout, Edge IoT, Embedded Computing Design, Featured In, General, Internet of Things, IoT

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The Internet of Things (IoT) and its wide range of devices are growing at an unfathomable rate. With an increase in size, comes an increase in the collection of massive amounts of data. In this article written by Grid Connect’s Vice President, Adam Justice, he stated, “The IoT relies on data — and massive amounts of it — to fuel connected devices and give us drastic advances in monitoring and automating our environments.” The overwhelming amount of data being generated at such a rapid pace is making it more important than ever for the issues of data management to be resolved.

The cloud is a centerpiece for the management and analysis of data collected through the embedded sensors of various devices. One solution to reduce the burden on the cloud and make data more manageable is to move analytics back to the device itself, which is called moving towards the edge. Utilizing edge IoT analytics could help drive efficiency as it is a cost-efficient solution that reduces the amount of bandwidth being used. Devices that have the ability to synthesize their collected data locally will be much faster and more reliable. Moving data analytics to the edge is an innovative IoT solution that will drastically improve the functionality of these devices.

For the full article by Adam Justice, click here: http://embedded-computing.com/28918-managing-big-data-moving-analysis-back-to-the-edge/

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IoT sensor data leads to industry innovations

[fa icon='calendar'] Sep 23, 2015 3:00:22 PM / by Brittney Borowicz posted in 2020, Adam Justice, data, Embedded Computing Design, Featured In, General, Internet of Things, IoT, manufacturing, Marketing, sensor data, Sensors, smart cities

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Ready or not, the Internet of Things () is here to stay and the data it generates will be the driving force for future innovation and efficiency. According to Frost & Sullivan, 40 percent of all IoT data generated by 2020 will come from connected . This data has already begun to affect many industries, and as IoT gains popularity, the uses for this data will grow.

Three industries that already are seeing the importance of gathering  data include manufacturing, marketing, and smart cities.

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10 Internet of Things design considerations

[fa icon='calendar'] Feb 6, 2015 11:25:24 AM / by Brittney Borowicz posted in antenna, Apple HomeKit, Bluetooth, cloud applications, communication, consumers, cost, Embedded Computing Design, Ethernet, FCC certification, Featured In, gateway, General, internet, Internet of Things, IoT, IoT device, manufacturers, network, networking, networking technologies, power source, router, security, smart products, SSL, technology, Wi-Fi, wifi, Wireless

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Connecting products to the Internet of Things (IoT) is essential to manufacturers looking to stay competitive within their industry. Adding IoT capabilities gives consumers more features. It also allows the manufacturer to stay connected with their customer while discovering new product use cases and applications that open them up to new revenue streams. When designing your first IoT device, there are 10 things to keep in mind...

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My Internet of Things 2015 Wish List

[fa icon='calendar'] Jan 7, 2015 11:52:52 AM / by Brittney Borowicz posted in cellular carriers, Embedded Computing Design, Featured In, General, Internet of Things, IoT, M2M, machine to machine

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is the most hyped technology of 2014 and 2015 promises even more innovative IoT and machine-to-machine (M2M) technology will surface.

Building on the growth of IoT in 2014, the IoT will see even more explosive growth and innovation in 2015. Although I have several predictions of what will happen in the IoT world this year, I have one big item on my wish list: for cellular carriers to expand their machine-to-machine (M2M) initiatives making it easier and more affordable for manufacturers to get devices onto the cellular network.

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