3 predictions for the Data Center Market: AI will drive adoption of new technologies; DC operators will increase their use of new AI to maximize employee productivity; and advanced technologies like 5G start to find their way in the data center.
Verdigris Technologies’ will bring machine-learning applications to ABB’s global line of connected low-voltage switching fabric products to predict unplanned surges in power consumption for commercial and industrial buildings. The electrical equipment, power, robotics and automation company is launching a new digital energy app-store and Verdigris’s AI technology is their first app.
Gartner research has announced 10 “strategic technology trends that will drive significant disruption and opportunity over the next 5 to 10 years.” And the trends include “hyperautomation”, and “autonomous things,” including drones, appliances, robots, and even ships, sometimes working in collaborative swarms, that exploit AI to perform tasks usually done by humans.
BICSI, the Security Industry Association (SIA) and TIA share a common goal of moving to more efficient security systems to reduce risks and protect soft targets. This article details security advancements since 2013 and looks at the latest technology trends including sensor diversity, object recognition-driven AI an how ICT is championing smart city development.
Analysts predict the number of connected devices will grow to almost 31 billion by 2025. Coupled with AI and 5G, this will amplify the impact of the technology for stakeholders. How will these key elements influence and impact IoT as the technology evolves?