Accelerating the Industrial Internet of Things
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Coor Brings IoT to the Office
Coor Brings IoT to the Office
Coor wanted an IoT solution to simplify office manager's job. The solution must require the following features: boost productivity, apply technology innovation, and consolidate management.
Machine Learning Helps Intel Rediscover Their Customer Demographic
Machine Learning Helps Intel Rediscover Their Customer Demographic
Intel’s sales and marketing organization strives to increase communications with resellers relating to new industry segments as they evolve and to encourage resellers to join webinars or conferences to gain a better understanding of Intel’s offerings for these new markets. Because sales and marketing teams must focus their resources on those resellers with the highest probability of generating sales, sending the right message to the right reseller helps drive value for the sales pipeline. We needed a machine-learning system to help our sales and marketing teams identify the best prospects within Intel’s large pool of resellers.
Wearables for Connected Workers
Wearables for Connected Workers
Together, Honeywell and Intel have developed a IoT proof of concept (PoC) for the Connected Worker. The Connected Worker can take many forms - factory laborer, mine worker, first responder, firefighters and more. For each environment and worker role, a different selection of sensors may be appropriate to provide the most meaningful IoT-fueled dataset to represent that individual worker asset.As with most IoT solutions, it is critical to avoid being overwhelmed by a steady stream of meaningless data. Rather, it is essential to send select actionable intelligence to the cloud for visualization and customized alert notifications.The downside is that data from individual wearable devices - if viewed independently - can potentially cause false alarms and contribute to inefficiencies in a manpower as a result. Fusing sensor technology with big data processing (hub/gateway), analytics - all in the cloud - is the key to improving local intelligence as well as remote visualization of actionable intelligence.
Number of Hardware35
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Intel® Data Center Manager
Intel® Data Center Manager
Intel® Data Center Manager is a power management solution stack for data centers. Get real-time power and thermal monitoring and management for individual servers, group of servers, racks, and IT equipment such as power distribution units.
Intel® IoT Platform
Intel® IoT Platform
The Intel® IoT Platform is an end-to-end reference model and family of products from Intel, that works with third party solutions to provide a foundation for seamlessly and securely connecting devices, delivering trusted data to the cloud, and delivering value through analytics.
Wind River Linux 8
Wind River Linux 8
Wind River® Linux is the leader for building outstanding open source embedded products, ensuring customers work with the latest code from the most important open source efforts and most recent technologies.
Number of Suppliers53
Intel Data Center Manager (Intel)
Intel® Data Center Manager is a powerful portfolio of tools to help you lower operational costs, optimize your infrastructure, and take control of remote management.
Intel Inside (Intel)
Intel Inside (Intel)
Intel® architecture scales for the Internet of Things through a wide range of product offerings. Intel® Quark™, Intel Atom™, Intel Core™, and Intel Xeon® processors each support a wide range of performance points with a common set of code. Analytics, encryption, and new application requirements in IoT are driving the need for high levels of performance and computing headroom. The Intel® IoT Platform includes end-to-end reference architectures model and family of products from Intel and its ecosystem that works with third-party solutions to provide a foundation for seamlessly and securely connecting devices, delivering trusted data to the cloud, and delivering value through analytics.
Intel
Intel
Intel designs, manufactures, and sells integrated digital technology platforms worldwide. The company's platforms are used in various computing applications comprising notebooks, desktops, servers, tablets, smartphones, wireless and wired connectivity products, wearables, transportation systems, and retail devices. It offers microprocessors that processes system data and controls other devices in the system; chipsets, which send data between the microprocessor and input, display, and storage devices, such as keyboard, mouse, monitor, hard drive or solid-state drive, and optical disc drives; system-on-chip products that integrate its central processing units with other system components onto a single chip; and wired network connectivity products.Featured Subsidiaries/ Business Units:- Intel Inside- Intel Data Center Manager (DCM)- Saffron Technology- Wind River
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Startupbootcamp Smart City & Living
Startupbootcamp Smart City & Living
Over the 3 month program, 10 selected high potential startups and 1 Startup in Residence will accelerate their companies with the help of our team of world class entrepreneurs which include: founders of Startupbootcamp Global and serial entrepreneurs Patrick de Zeeuw, Ruud Hendriks & Marc Wesselink; 150+ mentors from startups & companies like Cisco, TomTom, ING, Schiphol Group, PwC, Amazon, Google Cloud Platform, Intel and many more; 1.000+ angels & VC’s like Accel, Endeit, Earlybird, Sunstone, Google VC, Cisco VC and many more.
Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC)
Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC)
The Industrial Internet Consortium was founded in March 2014 to bring together the organizations and technologies necessary to accelerate the growth of the Industrial Internet by identifying, assembling and promoting best practices. Membership includes small and large technology innovators, vertical market leaders, researchers, universities and government organizations.Industrial Internet Consortium Working Groups coordinate and establish the priorities and enabling technologies of the Industrial Internet in order to accelerate market adoption and drive down the barriers to entry. There are currently 19 Working Groups and teams, broken into 7 broad areas: • Business Strategy and Solution Lifecycle• Legal• Marketing• Membership• Security• Technology• TestbedsThese groups are comprised of Industrial Internet Consortium member company representatives. Member companies can assign an unlimited number of individuals to the Working Groups, which follows the one vote, one company rule.Testbeds are a major focus and activity of the Industrial Internet Consortium and its members. The Testbed Working Group accelerates the creation of testbeds for the Industrial Internet and serves as the advisory body for testbed proposal activities for our members. It is the centralized group which collects testbed ideas from our member companies and provides the members with systematic yet flexible guidance for new testbed proposals. Our testbeds are where the innovation and opportunities of the Industrial Internet – new technologies, new applications, new products, new services, new processes – can be initiated, thought through, and rigorously tested to ascertain their usefulness and viability before coming to market. Learn more about testbeds in general and specific testbeds below.
Object Management Group (OMG)
Object Management Group (OMG)
Object Management Group (OMG) is international, open membership, not-for-profit technology standards consortium. OMG standards are driven by vendors, end-users, academic institutions and government agencies. OMG Task Forces develop enterprise integration standards for a wide range of technologies and an even wider range of industries. OMG’s modeling standards, including the Unified Modeling Language® (UML®) and Model Driven Architecture® (MDA®), enable powerful visual design, execution and maintenance of software and other processes. OMG also hosts organizations such as the user-driven information-sharing Cloud Standards Customer Council™ (CSCC™) and the IT industry software quality standardization group, the Consortium for IT Software Quality™ (CISQ™). OMG also manages the Industrial Internet Consortium, the public-private partnership that was formed in 2014 with AT&T, Cisco, GE, IBM, and Intel to forward the development, adoption, and innovation of the Industrial IoT.Our members include hundreds of organizations including software end-users in over two dozen vertical markets (from finance to healthcare and automotive to insurance) and virtually every large organization in the technology industry. OMG’s one organization- one vote policy ensures that every member organization- whether large or small- has an effective voice in our voting process. At OMG, specification adoption is the starting point rather than the end of the process. Our “No Shelf-ware” policy bars all proposed specifications that do not have an implementation plan from being adopted by OMG. This guarantees that all OMG specifications are immediately useable. Furthermore, we do not just focus on the specification itself - we focus on the whole product: with corresponding seminars, workshops, certification, books and more! OMG hosts four technical meetings throughout the year. These meetings give OMG members and interested nonmembers the opportunity to collaborate in a centralized location, learn about technology standards products and processes at tutorials, and attend special information day events on current trending hot topics. While technical meetings provide a centralized location for Task Forces and Working Groups to work together, they are merely checkpoints with the bulk of the work between members taking place electronically via email, teleconferences, and on wikis.In addition to technical meetings, OMG acts as event producer for conferences and workshops for its members around the world, including the Internationalization & Unicode Conference.OMG maintains liaison relationships with dozens of other organizations including ISO (which publishes many OMG standards without edits), Health Level Seven (HL7), and the Data Transparency Coalition.
Number of Use Cases1
Asset Efficiency
Asset Efficiency
Asset Efficiency refers to the process of analyzing the health of an asset. The health of an asset in itself relates to the asset's utility, its need to be replaced, and its need for maintenance. It can be broken down into three key components:1. Monitoring: Tracking the actual health and viability of the asset2. Diagnostic Analysis: Comparing new, real-time data to relevant data from the past in order to detect any anomalies.3. Prognostics: Given past data, algorithms are developed to determine the remaining useful life of an asset
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Galileo (Intel)
Galileo (Intel)
Intel's line of Arduino-certified development boards.
Edison
Edison
Intel's development board, slightly larger than a standard SD-card, targeting the wearable vertical.
MinnowBoard
MinnowBoard
Open source Intel development boards targeting the maker community.
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