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MachNation publishes ground-breaking research on Internet of Everything

Connecting the unconnected is more than a conceptual platitude. Connecting people and things in new ways allow us to create new industries and businesses, address issues of global environmental importance, bring economic stability to unstable nations, educate populations in new ways, and fuel myriad other public- and private-sector endeavors. In order to address these types of national and global challenges, while spurring business innovation and growth, we must integrate technologies in new ways. This new […]

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Analytics in IoT

CLIENT RESEARCH click here. Analytics is a critical enabler of IoT solutions. Being able to aggregate, store, manipulate and analyze data from connected devices yields value to the public and private sector organizations adopting these types of solutions. This research document discusses specialty analytics’ vendors for IoT, ancillary tools and some enterprises using novel IoT analytics solutions.

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MachNation joins the IoT World Forum Steering Committee

MachNation has joined the Internet of Things World Forum steering committee. MachNation joins some of the world’s top enterprises, governmental agencies and prestigious academic institutions in this exclusive organization to help drive awareness, standards, architectures, security, industry sector thought-leadership and adoption of Internet of Things solutions. All in all, 103 organizations comprise the Internet of Things World Forum steering committee including ABB, AT&T Labs, Cisco, European Commission, Ford Motor Company, GE IBM, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Samsung Research America, […]

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Axeda’s Internet of Things Workshop at General Assembly

This past weekend, MachNation was fortunate to attend Axeda’s The Internet of Things: Hands-on Development Workshop at General Assembly’s Boston campus. In just one afternoon (even pausing for lunch) MachNation had put together an IoT device that reported sensor data to an instance of the Axeda platform. With guidance from Axeda’s Director of Developer Enablement, Kevin Holbrook, and colleagues, MachNation followed the ‘Connectivity Track’ along with other students where we built an IoT device. The […]

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