In my last post, I wrote about the progress Glassbeam has made this year, leveraging the increasing interest in IoT analytics in a wide range of industries. It is now clear that IoT analytics can dramatically improve business efficiency in everything from operations to product development and customer service. Here, I’d like to look forward at where Glassbeam sees IoT advancing in the coming year.
While October is typically a bad month for the stock market, it is clearly not the case for the IoT industry. While we all know IoT is becoming increasingly important in a wide range of industries, it was good to see IoT-related announcements over the last week from three technology leaders.
We’ve known it all along, but several recent reports have pointed to the positive growth prospects of IoT analytics, as companies in a wide range of industry turn to harnessing machine data to improve customer service, streamline product development and increase intelligence about machine/equipment performance.
This post explores a pull-based master/worker architecture – one that is suitable for anyone who is looking to elastically provision nodes when the load is higher than normal and under-provision when the load is below normal. In this post, the master accepts RSS links from frontend which can be a user submitting links and worker accept one RSS link and extract information such as article’s published date, title and a brief description. All this information is indexed into ELASTICSEARCH.
You might know that the Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station and Smart Grid industry is set to explode over next five years growing from less than 1 Million stations today to over 12 Million in 2020 driving an exponential market revenue growth from $200M to $3.5B in the same period.
It’s always an exciting team when we enter a new vertical with a customer win. It is especially exciting when it’s a white hot vertical like Cleantech (specifically electric vehicles) where we can contribute towards the growth of an industry sector that provides numerous benefits to society.
In a VENTUREBEAT article last week, Qualcomm President Derek Aberle predicted five billion non-smartphone connected devices will ship by 2018. He believes everything from homes to cars, health care facilities, smart cities and wearable IoT devices will churn out data.
It’s been an exhausting, yet exciting, past week at Glassbeam. We attended, sponsored, networked, and learned a lot at 2 large industry events – the LiveWorx conference in Boston and the TSW Conference in Santa Clara.