Showing posts from March 9, 2017

Current excitements within the global Agriculture Robotics Market

I have a pleasure to recall that, the global agriculture robotics market is primarily driven by factors such as growing mechanized agriculture to increase yield and profitability among the farmers, growing awareness about precision farming and need for automation to monitor large agriculture lands.
In effect, with rise of mechanized agriculture and growing expectations for high yield and profitability among the farmers the demand for agriculture robotics has increased. The agriculture robotics are used of the purposes such as spraying water/liquid pesticides, harvesting, imaging and seeding. Growing awareness about precision agriculture among farmers has significantly contributed to the growth of demand for agriculture robotics worldwide. Research and Markets reveals that, the global agriculture robotics market was worth USD 845.6 million in 2015 and it is expected to reach USD 2718.8 million in 2021.

Advanced big data analytics capabilities for financial markets firms

It is clear that, firms that become masters of their data using sophisticated analytics will draw unlimited benefits, such as: enhanced strategic decision making, innovation, regulatory compliance, higher returns on investment styles, and increased operational efficiency. ALA OneLogic was developed to provide advanced big data analytics capabilities for financial markets firms requiring powerful mining, processing, managing and analysis of their enterprise-wide information assets and external data sources, in one optimised platform.

Akamai Ion to rapidly deploy and tune differentiated website and mobile app experiences

In our ever-connected data-driven era where consumers expect fresh, fast, secure and engaging mobile experiences, regardless of their browser, app, location, device, or network, the latest version of Akamai Ion embarks exciting new capabilities and benefits including Automated Performance Optimization, Mobile App Performance SDK, and Cellular Optimization.

Here is what pushes the demand for embedded Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS) within the IoT Devices industry

Steadily, one can observe that, the tremendous expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT) revived the embedded RTOS market, with open source platforms ramping up to push long-established proprietary players. According to ABI Research, while industrial demand for Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS) has a decade-long history, the development of new IoT applications in other segments, such as consumer, digital home, connected car, and smart cities, jolted demand for embedded Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS).

Internet of Things (IoT) faces new computing challenges

It remains clear that, developers will need to tackle issues of interoperability and standardization to realize full potential of Internet of Things (IoT). IoT faces new computing challenges, notably with deployment and scaling, and its future will rely in part on using embedded Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS), which support many IoT application features, such as small size, constrained processing resources, low power consumption, limited maintenance, and real-time computing. ABI Research forecasts 21 billion IoT devices will ship with embedded RTOS by 2022.

Blockchain as one of the key means for authenticating and authorizing IoT transactions

I agree that, lessons learned in FinTech and traditional banking from applying a decentralized authentication, clearing and settlement approach via Blockchain must be applied towards many telecom and computing problems for the benefit of many industry verticals.

IoT in particular, as a very promising technology will be one of the key means for authenticating and authorizing IoT transactions. Many analysts see Blockchain as a Service representing a key service offering for many market segments to introduce and ultimately adopt this approach as part of business operations.

Blockchain Technology and Solutions within banking

For those who are unfamiliar, Blockchain technology represents a distributed ledger approach to authentication, online transactions, and more.
Blockchain technology is nascent technology, and leading incumbent banks are in various stages of development, testing, and deployment of the technology to enhance various applications including remittance management, smart contracts, identity management, asset trading, ownership management, digitization of physical assets, and many more.

IBM Watson and Salesforce Einstein Integration: IBM Watson APIs into Salesforce

Clearly, integrating IBM Watson APIs into Salesforce aims to bring predictive insights from unstructured data, inside or outside an enterprise, together with predictive insights from customer data delivered by Salesforce Einstein to enable smarter, faster decisions across sales, service, marketing, commerce and more.

The combined IBM Watson and Salesforce Einstein capabilities

IBM and Salesforce is working to bring new insights from IBM Watson directly into the Salesforce Intelligent Customer Success Platform, combining deep customer insights from Salesforce Einstein with Watson's structured and unstructured data across many sources and industries including weather, healthcare, financial services and retail. I can learn that, together, Watson and Einstein will ingest, reason over and derive recommendations to accelerate decision making and drive greater customer success.