Back for its second day, Gartner’s Symposium ITxpo has been all about the Internet of Things, business intelligence through data collection and beacon technology.
MTR Crossrail’s Head of IT, Mark Daniels took to the stage for a CIO story session to demonstrate the role of mobile in transforming travel in London.
— Mubaloo (@Mubaloo) November 10, 2015
To read what Mark covered during his session, click here.
As discussed by Gartner’s Sondergaard yesterday, the number of connected things is going to increase with investments in the Internet of Things by organisations.
— Gartner (@Gartner_inc) November 10, 2015
In the next few years, connected things are expected to increasingly support the idea of machine to machine connectivity.
— Joanne (@joanne_pupo) November 10, 2015
According to Gartner’s David Cearly:
— Gartner (@Gartner_Events) November 10, 2015
Connectivity will begin to transition from devices to connect humans through wearables and the improvement in AI.
— Neil Pearce (@neiljpearce) November 10, 2015
Operations can become more intelligent by understanding and collecting the data around them to influence action.
— Dominique LEFEBVRE (@Do_Lefebvre) November 10, 2015
Data allows companies to create contextual relevance for end users, however the focus on UX is paramount to a strategic use of technology.
— Graeme Hackland (@graemehackland) November 10, 2015