Pressroom

19

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. ...

03

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.

16

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.

view visual identity guidelines