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Apr

2016

by D.F. MCCOURT, Media Planet, Industry and Business | in
internet of things

DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION As companies continue to explore the potential of the Internet of Things, a common theme is the surprising power in bringing different elements of the business process online.

01

Apr

2016

by D.F. MCCOURT, Media Planet, Industry and Business | in
internet of things

DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION When we talk about new and exciting technologies like the Internet of Things, it’s easy to picture disruptive applications in the tech world.

01

Apr

2016

by Editorial Staff, Media Planet Industry and Business | in
internet of things

INSIGHT Rogers Communication's Ignacio Paz, and other leading experts discuss their views on the age of disruption.

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Mar

2016

by Alexandra Bosanac, Canadian Business | in
internet of things

Boston Pizza is implementing Internet-of-Things tech for purposes like monitoring food temperatures. (Mario Beauregard/CP)

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Mar

2016

by Melissa Danguecan, Rogers Communications Canada Inc., | in
internet of things

Businesses can connect, manage devices and the flow of data from IoT solutions in one place

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Sep

2015

by Eric Simmons, M2M/IoT - Rogers & Shawn Dym, Totally Green | in
food services, internet of things

DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION The mechanical stomach: using Internet of Things technology to divert waste and reduce carbon footprint. ...

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Jul

2015

by Shane Dingman, The Globe and Mail | in
agriculture, food services, internet of things, transportation

When a category five tornado ripped through Moore, Okla., on May 20, 2013, John O’Rourke’s small crew of six workers found themselves in trouble.

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Jun

2015

by Alec Scott, Globe and Mail | in
agriculture, food services, internet of things, transportation

IBM’s Almaden lab is sacred ground for techies. Set in the middle of 700 grassy acres on a hill south of San Jose, its scientists have filed thousands of patents. They’ve won Turing and Nobel prizes. And almost 60 years ago, they pioneered the first bulky disk drive. Since then, they’ve been involved in successive pushes to miniaturize it and miniaturize it again, so that now even the tiniest of devices can gather and store data.

01

Jun

2015

by Ryerson University | in
internet of things

This report was constructed in order to offer information on innovation in the workplace. By using qualitative and quantitative methods in its review, and by compiling findings from other research studies that involved experts and key informants, this report is able to show a strategic approach of mobile technology. This study took two approaches to compile the information; third party research (academic articles, publicly available information), and primary research through interviews (industry analysts, key informants, different sectors).

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May

2015

by Andrea Bellemare, CBC | in
internet of things

Imagine being able to check your sailboat's humidity levels from your office, find out the grain levels in a silo in a back pasture, or even order a beer at a hockey game from the comfort of your seat and have it delivered to you.

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