Weightless’ new effort to build an industrial networking standard on new unlicensed frequencies gets that much easier, thanks to Nwave. The company is contributing its proprietary technology to the standard.
What if your heater could tell you it was having problems before you needed to turn it on for the winter? Tado turns this into a reality and will even help you find a repairman.
This week’s podcast includes a bit about user interfaces for the smart home and wearables, as well as a deep dive into the industrial internet.
A 23-year-old company is inching its way into the industrial internet with a deal to provide connectivity between machines in next-generation GE medical gear.
PTC, a company selling software to manufacturers, has become a surprise buyer of industrial internet companies. Today it said it would buy Axeda in a deal valued at $170 million.
Getting devices online and sharing their data is the raison d’etre of a variety of new startups. Now Bug Labs is offering its own modular tool set for the internet of things.
Get ready from some serious hype. Five of the largest companies touting the industrial internet have teamed up to form a standards organization to show us what connectivity and data can do.
Getting machines online isn’t a big problem in the sensor-laden world of the enterprise, but figuring out how to turn that data into a web-facing service is tough. MachineShop wants to help.
A Seattle-based startup called Seeq has raised $6 million to help companies capitalize on the Industrial Internet by letting use the streams of data their business processes are generating.
The next-gen wireless network will have to handle billions of devices and myriad traffic types, so let’s give it some time, okay?
How important is the industrial internet to the world’s economy? According to GE’s Bill Ruh, even small improvements in some areas could save billions of dollars per year and significantly reduce problems like flight delays.
So far this year GE has made $290 million in revenue from its industrial internet products. The two-year effort gets new partners Wednesday, and we learn how it plans to stay open and still build a barrier to entry.
GE is pushing new technology that uses hundreds of sensors and advanced analytics to make its fleet of gas turbines run more efficiently. GE is a big fan of big data, investing more than $100 million in tech companies this year alone.
General Electric, the mega-conglomerate behind machines from household appliances to jet engines, says there are huge productivity gains to be had by connecting manufacturing and test devices up to the “industrial internet.”