Viewpoints By Jordan Reynolds

Article: Practical IoT: Advanced Analytics for Medical Imaging

In cancer treatment, time matters. With advanced IoT technologies and deep learning techniques, doctors could diagnose cancer faster and more accurately so patients can begin treatment sooner. 

Article: Solution Architecture Strategies for IoT in Medical Devices

Implementing an IoT solution can be a challenging initiative. Implementing an IoT solution within an industry bound by numerous rules, regulations, and restrictions can make it feel impossible.

Article: New Frontiers for Medical Device PLM Systems: Leveraging the Power of Machine Learning

Medical devices are essential to our modern society. But the companies who make them face strict regulatory, quality and safety standards. To succeed, they must constantly innovate, drive down costs and navigate complex regulatory pathways.

Video: KNOW: The Future of Farming

In the first installment of our new essay series, KNOW, we explore of the future of farming in a digital world. Big data, machine learning, smart-connected equipment, IoT and autonomous tech allow us to understand fields and crops at the macro level ... down to a single row in the middle of a massive field.

Article: Case Study: Predictive Analytics and Improved Product Decisions with Machine Learning

With the right strategy, industrial manufacturers can capitalize on the opportunity to generate business insights from data, capturing sustainable economic value. Here’s an example of a use case.

Article: Building your Business Case for the Industrial Internet of Things

You're wondering how to even get started with the Industrial Internet of Things, but there's a troubling lack of testimonials, leading practices, or general consensus on where and how to approach these opportunities. Here's a structured three-part approach to evaluating your IIoT investments.

Download: Modern Mass Customization: Five Rules to Live By

Many companies ambitiously venture into mass customization implementations only to find that their enterprise technology is configured precisely to a mass production model. For manufacturers who choose to champion the virtue of consumer choice, here are five rules to live by.