I recently was asked to talk about the future of mining from a network perspective. Here is what I answered. Do you agree? Do you have other thoughts?
The future looks bright for mining. Many commodities are on the rise, and new creative finance instruments are emerging so as joint ventures and social development contracts like what O&G does with Local NOC’s (National oil companies) and indigenous communities. Mining is well-positioned against other industries in the quest for zero-emission.
(Including an embedded article from IOT Entreprise Insight’s James Blackman)
The question about Industry going to LTE is not about why, but when. The question of the day for industrial C-level, Business Unit Lead, and Investors is not about when to start going LTE, but choosing to start with a public LTE offering or jump-in and built its Private LTE infrastructures from the start, where it makes sense. Industry needs to go LTE.
A good read from Stephanie Overby at The Entrepriseres Project
How do edge computing and artificial intelligence (AI) work together? Why does edge fit well with AI? What are some use cases? Let’s examine what IT leaders should know
For decades, artificial intelligence (AI) lived in data centers, where there was sufficient compute power to perform processor-demanding cognitive tasks. In time, AI made its way into software, where predictive algorithms changed the nature of how these systems support the business. Now AI has moved to the outer edges of networks.