ProcessOne curates two monthly newsletters – tech-focused Real-time Stack and business-focused Real-time Enterprise. Here are the articles concerning business aspects of real-time enterprise we found interesting in Issue #7. To receive this newsletter straight in your inbox on the day it’s published, subscribe here.
As an engineering feat, China’s massive South-to-North Water Diversion Project is a stunner. Three artificial canals, each more than 1000 kilometers long, are in various stages of completion and designed to reroute water from the country’s rainy south to its parched north.
Given the higher barrier to entry in the medical device market, connectivity will be driven by discrete clinical benefit. There are some incredibly compelling and practical reasons to connect a medical device to the internet.
The Internet of Things is growing rapidly, as huge numbers of connected meters and machines come online, all bristling with sensors to measure the world around them. But what will power all this electronic gadgetry?
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have demonstrated that quantum physics might enable communications and mapping in locations where GPS and ordinary cellphones and radios don’t work reliably or even at all, such as indoors, in urban canyons, underwater and underground.
Consulting heavyweight Deloitte claims that over 26,000 new blockchain-based projects were launched on GitHub in 2016. GitHub is a development platform that houses codes for more than 86,000 blockchain programs, including large projects such as Bitcoin.
Space exploration has taken monumental leaps, but many of our tools are still tethered to Earth for data and instructions. As satellites move further from Earth, NASA must send information further into deep space to reach them. As the distance grows, sending transmissions takes more and more time.
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