Offices, warehouses, and other workplace buildings use alot of energy. In this solution brief, discover how AVOB, a French leader in IT, offers a smart building management solution for small and medium-sized buildings that is powered by Intel Atom™ processors. 
Once a solution provider and the building management team can talk with systems about real-time conditions, they can manage a site with precision, controlling costs and energy use.
Product marketing engineer Brian Roberts talks about the SteadyServ iKeg, which measures beer amounts and tracks kegs through supply, delivering real-time status, auto ordering info, and analytics from the cloud.
Weeds can cause crop losses worth $43 billion annually in North America, and that’s just for corn and soybeans, according to a recent study. The report suggests that as weeds become herbicide resistant, new technologies will be needed. Watch how Robovator, a high-tech tractor-mounted robot, can be trained to automatically remove weeds with stealth-like precision
Tool innovation sparked the first agricultural revolution 10,000 years ago. But today, new digital tools such as robotics, machine learning and data analytics are helping farmers feed billions of people around the word.
One in five farmers in the U.S. are using mobile devices, IoT sensors, and real-time data analysis to turn agriculture into a more precise science.
Today's farmers are faced with the gargantuan task of growing more food for more people on the same (or shrinking) acreage. FarmLogs is using real-time analytics to help growers make this possible—providing immediate data on harvest, growing condition, and vegetative health.
As global population growth soars, food security—the availability of and access to food—is an increasing concern. High costs and inefficiencies have made farming an increasingly unviable profession. A successful eAgriculture project in Odisha, India, demonstrates how technology can be used to improve the livelihoods of small farmers.
A shifting landscape is challenging healthcare organizations to rethink their traditional business models. Mobile technology streamlines workflow with software and device solutions to improve clinical efficiency, security, and patient satisfaction for health workers without compromising quality of care.
This week’s IoT news looks at a mix of activity across industries and the IoT ecosystem. Intel showcased its consumer side at CES 2017, and Hertz will give drivers a new set of IoT keys. With transition in the  future, The Department of Commerce offered its framework for IoT, and HPE tapped a new channel leader. Plus, wireless carriers hone in on IoT connectivity.

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