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Siemens and UCF to Establish Big Data Collaboration Focused on Advancing Smart Infrastructure

By   /  October 29, 2018  /  Big Data News, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Daily | Data News, Data Education, Education Resources For Use & Management of Data  /  No Comments

According to a recent press release, “Today, the University of Central Florida (UCF) and Siemens unveiled a new collaboration around smart infrastructure that builds on a more than 30-year relationship. The expanded partnership is aimed at improving the performance and efficiency of buildings and the energy grid by harnessing the power of data. The collaboration […]

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Big Data Use Cases: Developing a Smarter World

By   /  March 28, 2018  /  BI / Data Science Articles, BI / Data Science News, Articles, & Education, Big Data Articles, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Articles | Data Science, Business Intelligence, & More, Data Education, Education Resources For Use & Management of Data, Smart Data Articles, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Growing concerns about climate change, pollution, and energy costs have prompted new paradigms of consumption and sustainability to crystallize. In response to evolving concerns, a number of countries and large cities have focused on the development of Smart Cities and Smart Grids, using technology to support an infrastructure managed by Artificial Intelligence and Big Data […]

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Edge Computing: An Overview

By   /  January 3, 2018  /  Big Data Articles, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Architecture Articles, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Articles | Data Science, Business Intelligence, & More, Data Education, Education Resources For Use & Management of Data, Smart Data Articles, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Edge Computing (EC) allows data generated by the Internet of Things (IoT) to be processed near its source, rather than sending the data great distances, to data centers or a Cloud. More specifically, Edge Computing uses a network of micro-data stations to process or store the data locally, within a range of 100 square feet. […]

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AI Is the Next Frontier in Sophisticated Technology Solutions for the Intelligent Building

By   /  June 13, 2017  /  Data Daily | Data News, Data Education, Education Resources For Use & Management of Data, Smart Data News, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

by Angela Guess A recent press release reports, “A new report from Navigant Research examines the role of artificial intelligence (AI) across the commercial buildings value chain, analyzing the outlook for six key types of AI and providing an analysis of the use cases, opportunities, and barriers associated with AI in intelligent buildings. AI has […]

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Case Study: How Lucid is Profiting from the Internet of Things

By   /  July 13, 2015  /  Data Daily | Data News, Data Education, Smart Data News, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

by Angela Guess Forbes contributor Tom Taulli recently wrote, “The Internet of Things (IoT) essentially involves the use of cloud and mobile technologies to improve manufacturing, energy management, transportation or just about anything in the real world. But for Vladi Shunturov, who is the CEO and co-founder of Lucid, he doesn’t care much about the […]

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Achieving Obama’s Energy Reduction Goal with Big Data

By   /  February 19, 2013  /  BI / Data Science News, Articles, & Education, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Daily | Data News, Data Education  /  No Comments

by Angela Guess Tyler Hamilton of The Energy Collective reports, “President Barack Obama set a new goal for America during his State of the Union address this week. He challenged states and municipalities, homeowners and businesses, to do more with less when it comes to energy consumption. ‘Let’s cut in half the energy wasted by […]

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