Data management Tag

Episode 121

Every IoT product, system or environment I’ve worked on has pivoted. And I don’t mean slight pivots, I’m talking 180 degrees or more. Why? Because the Internet of Things is new. New to the product builder and new to their customers. Because of this newness and the planning fallacy, it’s important to take a highly iterative approach to development. In this episode of the IoT Business Show, I speak with Jeff McGehee about agile development and how to use it most effectively when building a new IoT product...

Episode 120

It amazes me that there are companies out there still intent on building their own middleware software to collect and transport sensor data to the cloud. This middleware is called the IoT platform and at last count, there were over 300 for sale. In this episode of the IoT Business Show, I speak with Jonathan Cobb about why it’s always better to buy or lease an IoT platform than to build it on your own. And I’ll give you a one-word hint: scale...

Episode 89

The digital twin can be hierarchical – representing environments, systems, products and even parts. When digitizing supply networks with digital twins, the network can be a digital twin of its systems, which can be digital twins of their assets, which can be digital twins of their parts which themselves can be digital twins. Sound complicated? It doesn’t need to be. Start at the level of the hierarchy that returns the most value and proceed from there.
Listen to this podcast (or read the transcript), where I speak with Dr. Lane Warshaw and Aaron Parrott about the digital twin and its profound use in digital supply networks ...