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Evolution of IoT: An Industry Perspective

Juan Carlos Cano, Victor Berrios, Ben Garcia, Chai K. Toh
2018 IEEE Internet of Things Magazine  
Erwin Gianchandani of National Science Foundation Directorate for Computing and Information Science and Engineering, for providing data related to research spending on mobile ad hoc networks.  ...  He is an IEEE Fellow (2009) and AAAS Fellow (2009). He is V6.0 currently the Tsing Hua Honor Chair Professor of Computer Science at NTHU, Taiwan and an expert with GLG Group USA. V6.0  ...  In the future, greater integration of these components is necessary to fully realize the potential of IoT. Table 4 shows a list of some industry IoT products and solutions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iotm.2019.1900002 dblp:journals/iotm/CanoBGT18 fatcat:ci674aezkndyvhuk6dbfhyvusi

IS Knowledge Gaps: An Industrial Perspective

Jen-Her Wu, Yi-Cheng Chen, Jack Chang
2006 Proceedings of the 39th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'06)  
This study empirically investigated what knowledge topics are important to an information system (IS) professional from an industrial perspective.  ...  The respondents were asked to rate the knowledge level that they had learned about each of the course in their formal education, are now familiar with about it as well as how practical the topic will be  ...  the industry for an average of 9 years.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2006.231 dblp:conf/hicss/WuCC06 fatcat:e5clbxw5hfbqxhqxslfy3yxksa

Cognition as a Service: An Industry Perspective

Jim Spohrer, Guruduth Banavar
2015 The AI Magazine  
Furthermore, in the age of zettabytes on the way to yottabytes, the designers, engineers, and managers of future smart systems will depend on cognition as a service.  ...  Cognition as a service can help unlock the mysteries of big data and ultimately boost the creativity and productivity of professionals and their teams, the productive output of industries and organizations  ...  Thanks to the many IBMers, faculty, researchers, and others whose works are ref-  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v36i4.2618 fatcat:txyau37eujbxthdybgfl6m5a2e

FLOSS in an industrial economics perspective

Nicolas Jullien, Jean-Benoît Zimmermann
2011 Revue d économie industrielle  
In this article, we argue for a more structured and global analysis, based on the tools of industrial economics, and thus starting from the basic conditions of the computer market and of the buyers' competence  ...  In a classical industrial economics perspective, this reshaping of the value chain must be analyzed not only at the global ecosystem level (who produces what, between firms and universities, users and  ...  Then we conclude on perspectives for open innovation regimes. 2 The evolution of the computer industry. Characteristics of the evolution.  ... 
doi:10.4000/rei.5177 fatcat:aibw7khmpnbvxl5ozc53wllla4

A Systematic Review on Software Architectures for IoT Systems and Future Direction to the Adoption of Microservices Architecture

Abdul Razzaq
2020 SN Computer Science  
The outputs of this SLR are useful in revealing many recommendations to the software industry, software engineering community, and computer sciences community with over the past 15 years of research into  ...  In any case, there exists no comprehensive analysis in the state of the research on the adoption of MSA for IoT systems.  ...  The visualization of problems and architectural solutions will demonstrate the future areas and methods for industrial solutions where applied research and technology can be used.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42979-020-00359-w fatcat:vvu6mmfqfzajzadhbxnnzlqlay

Exploring the future of enterprise architecture: A Zachman perspective

James Lapalme, Aurona Gerber, Alta Van der Merwe, John Zachman, Marne De Vries, Knut Hinkelmann
2016 Computers in industry (Print)  
In conclusion, final thoughts on the future of enterprise architecture as a research field and a profession are offered.  ...  Today, and for the foreseeable future, organizations will face ever-increasing levels of complexity and uncertainty.  ...  During 1989-1992 research at the Purdue Laboratory for Applied Industrial Control (PLAIC) led to the development of the Purdue Enterprise Reference Architecture (PERA) to address the complexities of industrial  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compind.2015.06.010 fatcat:ilt26jcfqnbhrcqtqnx5s2kdiu

Artificial Intelligence in PET: an Industry Perspective [article]

Arkadiusz Sitek, Sangtae Ahn, Evren Asma, Adam Chandler, Alvin Ihsani, Sven Prevrhal, Arman Rahmim, Babak Saboury, Kris Thielemans
2021 arXiv   pre-print
This paper provides an overview of these industry-specific challenges for the development, standardization, commercialization, and clinical adoption of AI, and explores the potential enhancements to PET  ...  AI poses industry-specific challenges which will need to be addressed and overcome to maximize the future potentials of AI in PET.  ...  This is certainly important from an industry point of view and an important direction of future research.  ... 
arXiv:2107.06747v1 fatcat:pmlcv2sxbvhjbfnbjtcjnwffwe

Robot Control Overview: An Industrial Perspective

T. Brogårdh
2009 Modeling, Identification and Control  
One key competence for robot manufacturers is robot control, defined as all the technologies needed to control the electromechanical system of an industrial robot.  ...  In the future it is expected that the importance of sensor control will increase, both with respect to sensors in the robot structure to increase the control performance of the robot itself and sensors  ...  Important for the implementation of the model-based functionalities is the software architecture.  ... 
doi:10.4173/mic.2009.3.7 fatcat:o56upyszknafdgvzj2gyr5exmq

The Semantic Web from an Industry Perspective [chapter]

Alain Léger, Johannes Heinecke, Lyndon J. B. Nixon, Pavel Shvaiko, Jean Charlet, Paola Hobson, François Goasdoué
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The paper ends with the presentation of the current technology roadmap designed by a team of Academic and Industry researchers.  ...  The penetration of Semantic Web technology in industry and in services is progressing slowly but accelerating as new success stories are reported.  ...  Acknowledgements are also for the large gathering of international conferences mixing research results and prospects from academia and industry: ESWC, ISWC, ASWC, ICWS, WWW, STC etc.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11837787_10 fatcat:qrm5sw6yrvdjldqh7qg7bfzpae

Acquiring 'doctorateness' in the Creative Industries: an Australian perspective on professional research doctorates

Cheryl Stock
2013 Text: Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs  
of the trajectory of these related approaches can be found in Angela Piccini’s ‘An historiographic perspective on practice as research’ (2003).  ...  A commonly used definition lists creative industries as including ‘Advertising, Architecture, Art and antiques markets, Computer and video games, Crafts, Design, Designer fashion, Film and video, Music  ... 
doi:10.52086/001c.28304 fatcat:b6jpvbwbmrfpbhyrmpt7uby47q

Applicability and issues in traditional model of ERP implementations: an industry perspective

Sunil Kaushik, Ashish Bharadwaj, Vinay Awasthi, Rajiv Sharma
2017 International Journal of Advanced Computer Research  
He has rich experience in Academic & Research includes Data mining, Networking algorithm, distributed computing, cloud computing and IOT. He is the member of ACM, CSI and ISTE.  ...  S1 S2 S3 S4 6 8 7 11 International Journal of Advanced Computer Research, Vol 7(30)  ... 
doi:10.19101/ijacr.2017.730004 fatcat:fyi22dlt5rdn7iwgdlspypajny

An Asian Perspective on Airline Industry eMarkets

Mark Neill, Sharon Purchase
2004 Australasian Marketing Journal  
This research investigates the buyer's perception of key success factors for eMarkets. The results indicated that both basic enablers and differentiators were perceived as a given.  ...  The implication for marketing strategy is that new differentiators need to be developed to position eMarkets relative to their competition. eMarket-makers also need to consider the impact of external environmental  ...  Future Research These findings can be further examined and tested through research of other, similar industries in the Asia region, such as the automotive industry which also has a well-established EDI  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1441-3582(04)70087-7 fatcat:wwllydfwbnbd7e43nevk2dh7je

The Role of Place in Designing a Learner Centred Virtual Learning Environment [chapter]

Steve Clark, Mary Lou Maher
2001 Computer Aided Architectural Design Futures 2001  
Architectural design becomes an important consideration when virtual learning environments are considered places.  ...  In the user interface this is reflected as an additional icon on the toolbar.  ...  The design of the place can be influenced by architectural design.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-010-0868-6_15 fatcat:yrneb2egifeidpwpd3vybosby4

Industry 4.0 Diagnosis from an iMillennial Educational Perspective

Gabriela Beatrice Cotet, Nicoleta Luminita Carutasu, Florina Chiscop
2020 Education Sciences  
Based on these results, a constellation map of soft skills was designed to match characteristic features of iMillennials with necessary competencies for an Industry 4.0 environment.  ...  The research objectives were to identify some relevant characteristics of iMillennials' technological background and to create a map of the abilities of this generation as required by the evolution of  ...  Figure 1 . 1 Industry 4.0: a vision of future industrial production. Figure 1 . 1 Industry 4.0: a vision of future industrial production.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci10010021 fatcat:scz4h6hxr5c27isp2jmgl27wei

Creating Values out of Internet of Things: An Industrial Perspective

Partha Pratim Ray
2016 Journal of Computer Networks and Communications  
This paper also seeks few research and industry related problems that need to be resolved.  ...  Few research challenges are observed that shall need appropriate indulgence to generate more business values out of Internet of Things based cloud.  ...  Challenges Related to Industrial Internet of Things Though Industrial Internet of Things (Industrial IoT) has great promising opportunities, many risk factors could hinder its future growth.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2016/1579460 fatcat:pcyuaituobe3vpevvxfkjfy6um
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