Continuous Intelligence

Intelligence is not fixed. It is a continuous process that learns and adapts to the changing environment.

Contrary to the real-time recreation such as the daily comic strip For Better or For Worse, the real-time web and the real-time data infrastructure is about an experience that is happening live, now. A live communication like customer support is an open, simultaneous route of interchange. You immediately get the feedback and the flow is continuous conversation. Being able to interact with AI directly will make applications more convenient. With AI handling data in real-time many applications can be made seamless.

The international research firm Gartner estimates that last year, there were 3.8 billion connected things out there smart cars, smoke detectors, door locks, industrial robots, streetlights, heart monitors, trains, wind turbines, even tennis racquets and toasters. By 2020, Gartner estimates there will be 25 billion of these smart devices, transmitting tiny amounts of data to us, to the cloud and to each other. Cisco outgoing CEO, John Chambers, has boldly proclaimed that there will be 50 billion devices online within five years, with a total market worth $19 trillion (all currency in U.S. dollars). Another leader , has said these smart things are starting to power a fourth Industrial Revolution (after steam, electricity and wired computers).

Smart home devices, one of the more developed realms within the Internet of Things. Your home thermostat and HVAC system might communicate in Bluetooth, the fridge and coffeemaker in ZigBee, the locks and blinds in Z-Wave and the smoke detector in WiFi. Plus, making sense of the data produced by these machines to keep in pace with this continuous process poses a huge challenge.

Its all very up-and coming..¦..when we talk about the Internet of Things, we don’t just mean  connection of an object with the Internet. It is the next frontier of the IP based internet. In other words, it involves tough searching questions-Intelligent communication between the devices and machines themselves. Nevertheless, to read the heart behind today’s triumph, Data is the language of this communication; the networks are the communication channel. The cloud is the home and destination of the data. It adds intelligence through data analytics software. Smartphones and wearables like data goggles make people part of this network in this industrial landscape. Does that seem like light at the end of the tunnel? That’s the secret of the IoT  and development and enhancement go hand in hand at a breathtaking speed around the world. IoT: a short abbreviation with a huge impact. It is hailed the next big thing. And if you want a surprise,  look at the opportunities that IoT is creating. Many opportunities for resourceful companies but major challenges as well. Technical possibilities and customer expectations are changing at break-neck speeds. The rest is history. Startups are revolutionizing the business world with their novel, digital business models. But here is the catch. There is a serious mistake. Do you get the picture? Companies that turn a blind eye to the changes that the digital   will inevitably bring won’t just miss an opportunity for growth,  they put their existence at risk in the medium term. New market players and innovative traditional companies that are already engaging with the Internet of Things are creating tremendous pressure. Even though you have seen amazing results in recent weeks, past success is no guarantee that things will remain as they are. Disillusionment often follows naïve admiration. Today’s victory is no assurance for tomorrow’s success. Don’t hold your breath on this one. Wait-and-see is not an option; No we are not finished with that yet. Companies need a digital strategy to take advantage of the benefits that the Internet of Things is creating. As business cases are sophisticated, you can configure technology solutions to the enterprise to make it promising. There is no need to reinvent the wheel for IoT initiatives. Activating and connecting existing infrastructure could also leapfrog some implementation processes. History is strewn with stories of it.