How Hershey’s used IoT to save $500K for every 1% of improved efficiency in making Twizzlers

Find out how Hershey’s leveraged the Internet of Things, cloud computing, machine learning, and big data to regulate production at its factories, without hiring a data scientist.

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John Deere’s focus on autonomous tractors began 20 years ago

John Deere has been working on developing autonomous vehicles for 20 years to allow growers to improve yield and reduce costs. With the growth of the autonomous industry, there will be continued improvements and embedded technology and sensors added to John Deere tractors for Industry 4.0.

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There was an Uber before there was Uber

Uber is not a new business model. There was an Uber about 100 years ago, but it was killed due to regulation. Great inventions of mankind can be destroyed by regulation, and IoT needs to be protected from such threats, according to Volkhard Bregulla, vice president of global manufacturing and distribution industries for HPE.

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How San Diego is partnering with startups to protect its data

The city of San Diego has partnered with five cyber security startups to work on everything from data governance to building out new infrastructure with next generation firewalls and threat analytics platforms.

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How San Diego is building resilient networks and infrastructure to reduce threat of cyber crime

Gary Hayslip, deputy director of IT and CISO for the city of San Diego, says no city can ever be 100% safe from cyber crime. Here’s how San Diego is building multiple layers of overlapping security to protect its data networks to minimize risk.

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BASF: The value of raw data and how to benefit from it

Data is the single biggest raw asset that BASF has, according to Frithjof Netzer, chief digital officer for BASF. The company has a process to farm, refine and market its data. BASF also uses an in-house process called Innorate to create disruptive business ideas.

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