Revenue Accountability The second in a series on my insights into best practices for IoT solution development after working with developers and product managers across multiple industries.
Revenue Accountability The human-centric focus of healthcare has given digital health developers a different perspective on how they deploy IoT technology. Industrial developers can learn from these practices – patient first, the Quadruple Aim and the Nudge – to accelerate the success of their operation-centric efforts.
Revenue Accountability If we can really “rain down” machine learning combined with modular computing, connectivity, and closed-loop controls in a secure framework at the edge – we won’t be “waiting” for IoT success anymore.
Revenue Accountability The Industrial Internet of Things is moving to a higher gear with smaller steps as demonstrated by several recent deployments. One company is providing a working tutorial of three steps to a cost effective deployment of IIoT.
Revenue Accountability Insurers and payers drive chronically ill, self-treated patients like diabetics away from better health and lower costs by continuing to increase the costs of treatment to the patient. An analysis of diabetes from a therapy and costs approach will provide an example with the number one chronic illness in terms of cost in the U.S.
Revenue Accountability The big story coming out of CES 2017 is that the IoT is coming to our lives whether we want it or not. The promise of data from the use of all products is motivating manufacturers to include the connectivity even if users do not need it. But the inclusion of connectivity and cloud data functions without consideration of user needs can have serious unintended consequences in the form of misleading data, brand erosion from product misuse, to massive security malfeasance like the DYN DDOS attack.