Analytics & Cognitive News
Georgia's Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority uses IBM Watson IoT tools to help predict, identify and repair potential issues with critical equipment and machinery
IBM today announced a new portfolio of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions that team artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced analytics to help asset intensive organizations, such as the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), to improve maintenance strategies. The solution is designed to help organizations to lower costs and reduce the risk of failure from physical assets such as vehicles, manufacturing robots, turbines, mining equipment, elevators, and electrical transformers. IBM Maximo Asset Performance Management (APM) solutions collect data from physical assets in near real-time and provide insights on current operating conditions, predict potential issues, identify problems and offer repair recommendations.
Tools and services designed to help businesses deploy new applications across hybrid cloud environments with security and efficiency
The IBM Institute for Business Value estimates that by 2021, 98 percent of organizations surveyed plan to adopt hybrid architectures, but just 38 percent will have the procedures and tools they need to operate that environment1. The process today is challenging because it is largely manual with major security implications and a lack of consistent management and integration tools.
IBM today announced a new chapter in the journey from AI experimentation to wide-scale deployment and industry transformation. IBM has made Watson portable across any cloud and empowered businesses to prevent vendor lock-in and start deploying AI wherever their data resides.
(Live Webcast – Tuesday, February 12, 3:30 p.m. PST / 6:30 p.m. EST)
IBM will offer a live webcast of the Think 2019 opening day keynote delivered by IBM Chairman, President and CEO Ginni Rometty. She will be joined by some of the world's top CEOs and business leaders as they explain why AI, hybrid cloud and responsible stewardship constitute the next chapter of business transformation. Rometty also will outline news IBM will make at Think, which is IBM's largest annual conference.
CES keynote to feature Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian and Senior Executives from Walmart and ExxonMobil
IBM Chairman, President and CEO Ginni Rometty will deliver the opening keynote at CES 2019 on Tuesday, Jan. 8. CES is the largest and one of the most influential technology events in the world.
As artificial intelligence (AI) promises to transform both the future of work and the human resources (HR) function, IBM today announced IBM Talent & Transformation, a new business to help companies and their employees flourish in the era of AI and automation. IBM Talent & Transformation provides not only robust AI skills training, but also helps companies drive the transformation necessary to use AI to empower employees, transform workflows, eliminate bias and build a modern workforce.