While the industrial revolution of connectivity is a work in progress, Internet of Things technologies continue to drive progress and changes
Topic: Industry Insights
How various industries use real-time analytics to improve the business bottom line. We explore both physical, IoT uses (such as sensor data in manufacturing, transportation, and energy) as well as use of transactional and Web data, such as in the financial services, marketing, and customer-experience management industries.
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