"big data" articles

Mining customer data from connected devices is the new Holy Grail, and CE makers that mine customer information possess more revenue potential. Today, millions of televisions and other electronic devices record thousands of data points each day, automatically delivering them to manufacturers for analysis or for sale to third parties. This is the new state of data gathering in the rapidly emerging Internet of Things (IoT), where virtually any connected device can gather and transmit...
 
by Barbara Kraus | Apr. 18, 2016
Tags: big data, connected CE, Internet of Things, security
The connected car industry is experiencing a time of tremendous growth. Parks Associates research, cited in a recent TIME article , estimates that mobile networks such as Verizon and AT&T will make nearly $1 billion each year in connected-car revenue by 2018. The increase in revenue is due to huge advancements in the connected car space. A quarter of cars on U.S. roads last year had some connectivity ability, the simplest form being a way to leverage the driver’s smartphone...
In what other universe, other than the Internet of Things, can insulin pumps and high-end automobiles be mentioned in the same thought bubble? During a recent visit to my endocrinologist, I, as usual, complained about what a pain in the kiester it was to manage an insulin pump, continuous glucose monitor and glucometer (that’s the meter you use to test your blood glucose level). Yes, it affords what Type 1s refer to as “good control,” but it is balancing act that takes time,...
The need for safe space is essential, whether we’re fabricating stone fortresses or designing virtual privacy perimeters. The Internet of Things (IoT) offers consumers convenience, efficiency, collaboration, and expanded products and services. However, concerns about privacy and data security pose major challenges to the industry. Data breaches can involve any unauthorized access to consumer or company information by someone inside or outside the company. The main causes of a data...
Global adoption of broadband connectivity is fueling the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT), with 773 million broadband households anticipated worldwide by the end of 2015. By the end of 2019, broadband households will total 972 million households, with over half of those in China. In North-America and Western Europe, 50% of broadband households own at least one connected entertainment device, smartphone, or tablet. Asia-Pacific will achieve 50% adoption rates of these devices by...
New connected health research from Parks Associates reveals some U.S. digital health device owners are willing to share the personal data generated by these devices in exchange for a health insurance discount. However, the willingness to share data varies based on the device used: 42% of digital pedometer owners are willing to share data for an insurance break 35% of smart watch owners are willing to share data for an insurance discount 26% of sleep-quality...
WSJ today reported that the upcoming Apple Watch will feature fewer health sensors than originally planned. The article cited people within Apple saying that efforts to integrate multiple health sensors include ECG, blood pressure, and skin perspiration, ran into performance issues. After extensive trials and tests to improve sensor accuracy and reliability failed, Apple decided NOT to include such sensors in the first-generation Apple Watch, according to this article. The news is...
 
by Harry Wang | Feb. 17, 2015
Tags: Apple, big data, care management, patient engagement, smart watch, wearable
Sony and Panasonic have announced that they will jointly develop a next-generation optical disk standard that could hold at least 300 GB of data. Although evidence suggests consumers are moving away from optical discs, Sony and Panasonic look to move optical discs into the next generation, hoping to achieve this by the end of 2015. The pair cites durability as the main reason we won't see optical discs disappearing anytime soon, saying the optical disc is an ideal medium...
 
by Parks Associates | Aug. 1, 2013
Tags: big data

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