Industrial Internet of Things Platform Comparison

IoT Matrix diagram

Last updated April 4, 2017. Published on February 8, 2016. The market for Internet of Things (IoT) platforms is rapidly evolving. With an ever increasing number of available platforms to choose from, we decided it would be helpful to lay out their features and capabilities for easy comparison. To complete our matrix, we used the following criteria: a major IoT player with a platform that has real-world success implementing industrial use cases. The first section gives general information about the various platforms, including the platform name, the Platform as a Service (PaaS) used, and the date the platform became available. Most were … Read More

Industrial IoT and Machine Learning Webinar

Industrial Iinternet of Things and Machine Learning

Making Wind Energy Cost Competitive, sponsored by the Independent Oracle Users Group This is a case study of the Fluitec Wind system that M&S Director of Data Science, Bob Liekar, lead and will be presenting on Wednesday, May 13, 12:45pm–2:00pm EDT. About The Webinar The Fluitec Wind Tribo-Analytics system is a production application that utilizes multiple Big Data disciplines. This case study presents a real-world application of Big Data and IoT (Internet of Things). The techniques and algorithms can be applied to many other industries. From Fluitec: “Wind turbines are expensive to operate. They are remote and distributed with highly … Read More

What I Learned From Oracle’s BIWA Summit 2015 (Perspective from a Consulting Intern)

Our Big Data Team, here at M&S, packed up their bags and headed to San Francisco last week for the 2015 Oracle Business Intelligence Warehousing and Analytics Summit. Some of the major topics discussed included: Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data, and Advanced Analytics. The Internet of Things (IoT) is at the peak of Gartner’s Hype Cycle. It is becoming increasingly talked about and there are predictions of billions and billions of sensors by 2020. But what exactly is IoT? IoT involves embedded computing devices interconnected with existing internet infrastructure, such as, wearables and connected cars. Why the hype right … Read More