Building and supporting a new global technology infrastructure and capabilities for data requires substantial investment and a range of new skills that are rarely found in manufacturing companies.
A group of industry experts assembled at LiveWorx last week to discuss big data’s relationship to the Internet of Things and how companies can turn that data into actionable intelligence.
Over half of the world’s population lives in urban areas, and is aging rapidly. Resources are dwindling and infrastructure is strained. As a result, smart cities are evolving from a cool concept to an absolute necessity.
Propelled by IoT technology, Sysmex offers its customers a high level of instrument uptime, accuracy, and service efficiency. The result? Its hematology analyzers rank number one in the world.