ChaiOne Insights: Internet of Things (2)

Why the Digital Ecosystem is the Future of Business

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These days it seems like you can’t have a conversation about digital innovation without talking about digital ecosystems.

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The Industrial Internet of Things: Making Companies Smarter

6 minutes read

If you’ve been following the latest tech news, you’ve probably heard about the Internet of Things (IoT) and how it will affect consumers. To put it simply, the Internet of Things means enabling everyday objects to have network connectivity and giving them the ability to send and receive data. The term has mostly been used to describe consumer products such as smart light bulbs and other smart devices to create an entire smart home. However, the IoT can reach beyond just your everyday consumer...

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SXSW 2017: Only 1 day left to vote!

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This year, ChaiOne is trying to go for a speaking gig at one of the largest tech conferences in the world, and one that is in our own backyard (well, sorta).

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The Crucial Mistakes Digital Transformation Strategy Leaders Make with their Business Case

7 minutes read

What was Blockbuster Inc. focused on when Netflix started to show traction?

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SXSW 2017: We need your vote

2 minutes read

We're ready for SXSW...and it's only August. A few ChaiOnauts have submitted speaking applications.

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Why the Internet of Things Requires User Experience Research

5 minutes read

I get into my car and it sets me on a fastest route home, offering to stop by a grocery store because my coffee supply is low, and suggesting some fruits to boost my vitamin C intake. My laundry starts before I’m out of clean shirts, and as I walk around the house, I carry an uninterrupted hands-free conversation with an overseas friend. A suggestion for a massage session that perfectly fits into my schedule and adjusted for travel time appears when my levels of stress increase.

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How iBeacons Work Beyond Retail

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In an earlier blog post, I wrote about how iBeacons could be implemented in the retail industry. Even though iBeacons work well in the retail environment, the technology can be applied to other areas such as conferences, hotels, the automotive industry, and restaurants. iBeacons can even be used for logistics such as storing products in warehouses. For example, you could put iBeacons throughout your warehouse in order to monitor and track inventory. This can help you control inventory levels...

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Solving the Biggest Challenge of Enterprise IoT: UX

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James Bond is driving a BMW 750i, expertly maneuvering through a difficult parking garage and evading a rocket launcher, a steel wire trap and quite a few barrages of gunfire. He's doing all this from an Ericsson mobile phone track pad— from the backseat of the vehicle, often just relying on the phone's screen for a visual as gunshots fly through the windshield. Despite only receiving one warning of an obstruction, Bond is able to drive the car with a certain ease, never cursing the poor...

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The Proliferation of the Internet of Things and Implications for the Future

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It started out as a communication network between two laboratories in the 1950s and today has millions of interconnected networks. The Internet, as you know, has changed phenomenally over the years. Think about how you interacted with this worldwide network of interconnected TCPP/IP networks a decade back and you will realize how the Internet has slowly wooed up its importance in your life.

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