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PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION OF SDN & NFV IN THE WAN

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ACHIEVING NAVAL SUPERIORITY WITH SOFTWARE

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HIGH ASSURANCE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT USING THE MILS ARCHITECTURE

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SAFETY-CRITICAL SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT FOR INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS

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NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory MSL Curiosity

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NASA IV&V

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AUTOMOTIVE RESOURCES

GIGAOM RESEARCH REPORT:
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DEVICES IN THE CLOUD

Driving Intelligence Where You Need It

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ACCELERATING BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION

Opportunities and Challenges in the Internet of Things

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SMARTER WAYS TO USE THE INTERNET OF THINGS

How to Apply New Paradigms to Increase Operational Efficiency

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Use Cases

Internet of Things: Adaptive Analytics Use Case

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Internet of Things: Predictive Maintenance Use Case

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Challenges Ahead for In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems

A Revolution Is Taking Place in the Automobile

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INDUSTRIAL & ENERGY RESOURCES

GIGAOM RESEARCH REPORT:
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DEVICES IN THE CLOUD

Driving Intelligence Where You Need It

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ACCELERATING BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION

Opportunities and Challenges in the Internet of Things

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SMARTER WAYS TO USE THE INTERNET OF THINGS

How to Apply New Paradigms to Increase Operational Efficiency

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SECURITY IN THE INTERNET OF THINGS

Lessons from the Past for the Connected Future

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BUILDING A SMARTER SMART GRID

Counteracting Cyber-Threats in Energy Distribution

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ENHANCING INTELLIGENCE IN THE ‘INTERNET OF THINGS’

The Business of Embedded Virtualization

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KEEPING RAIL PROJECTS ON TRACK AND ON TIME

Solutions for Mastering Complex Technology Challenges

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Internet of Things: Adaptive Analytics Use Case

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Internet of Things: Predictive Maintenance Use Case

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Internet of Things: Smart Manufacturing Use Case

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Internet of Things: Smart Building Use Case

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Internet of Things: Energy Use Case

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Connecting Legacy Devices to the IoT

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Connected, Managed, and Secure

Delivering the Next Generation Smart Grid

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MEDICAL RESOURCES

GIGAOM RESEARCH REPORT:
ENABLING IOT

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DEVICES IN THE CLOUD

Driving Intelligence Where You Need It

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ACCELERATING BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION

Opportunities and Challenges in the Internet of Things

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SECURITY IN THE INTERNET OF THINGS

Lessons from the Past for the Connected Future

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ENHANCING INTELLIGENCE IN THE ‘INTERNET OF THINGS’

The Business of Embedded Virtualization

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JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED

A Solution for Smarter Therapeutic Devices

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Use Cases

Internet of Things: Adaptive Analytics Use Case

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Internet of Things: Predictive Maintenance Use Case

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Internet of Things: Healthcare Use Case

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Article: Secured by Embedded Software, Internet of Things Earns Trust in Medical Field

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TRANSPORTATION RESOURCES

GIGAOM RESEARCH REPORT:
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DEVICES IN THE CLOUD

Driving Intelligence Where You Need It

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ACCELERATING BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION

Opportunities and Challenges in the Internet of Things

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SMARTER WAYS TO USE THE INTERNET OF THINGS

How to Apply New Paradigms to Increase Operational Efficiency

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SECURITY IN THE INTERNET OF THINGS

Lessons from the Past for the Connected Future

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ENHANCING INTELLIGENCE IN THE ‘INTERNET OF THINGS’

The Business of Embedded Virtualization

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KEEPING RAIL PROJECTS ON TRACK AND ON TIME

Solutions for Mastering Complex Technology Challenges

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Use Cases

Internet of Things: Transportation Use Case

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Internet of Things: Adaptive Analytics Use Case

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Internet of Things: Predictive Maintenance Use Case

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Connecting Legacy Devices to the IoT

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IOT RESOURCES

GIGAOM RESEARCH REPORT:
ENABLING IOT

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DEVICES IN THE CLOUD

Driving Intelligence Where You Need It

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ACCELERATING BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION

Opportunities and Challenges in the Internet of Things

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SMARTER WAYS TO USE THE INTERNET OF THINGS

How to Apply New Paradigms to Increase Operational Efficiency

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SECURITY IN THE INTERNET OF THINGS

Lessons from the Past for the Connected Future

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BUILDING A SMARTER SMART GRID

Counteracting Cyber-Threats in Energy Distribution

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ENHANCING INTELLIGENCE IN THE ‘INTERNET OF THINGS’

The Business of Embedded Virtualization

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KEEPING RAIL PROJECTS ON TRACK AND ON TIME

Solutions for Mastering Complex Technology Challenges

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JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED

A Solution for Smarter Therapeutic Devices

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PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION OF SDN & NFV IN THE WAN

A high-performance NFV solution based on standard open-source software and COTS hardware

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ACHIEVING NAVAL SUPERIORITY WITH SOFTWARE

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HIGH ASSURANCE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT USING THE MILS ARCHITECTURE

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SAFETY-CRITICAL SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT FOR INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS

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Use Cases

Internet of Things: Transportation Use Case

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Internet of Things: Adaptive Analytics Use Case

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Internet of Things: Predictive Maintenance Use Case

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Internet of Things: Healthcare Use Case

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Internet of Things: Smart Manufacturing Use Case

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Internet of Things: Smart Building Use Case

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Internet of Things: Energy Use Case

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Connecting Legacy Devices to the IoT

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Article: Secured by Embedded Software, Internet of Things Earns Trust in Medical Field

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Connected, Managed, and Secure

Delivering the Next Generation Smart Grid

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Challenges Ahead for In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems

A Revolution is Taking Place in the Automobile

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NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory MSL Curiosity

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NASA IV&V

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Simics Overview

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AgustaWestland “Project Zero”

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Northrop Grumman

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Intelligence When and Where You Need It in The Internet of Things

The opportunities presented by the burgeoning Internet of Things (IoT) may be new, but Wind River® has been providing the intelligence that powers interconnected, automated systems for decades. In highly regulated industries and mission-critical applications—where security is paramount and failure is not an option—Wind River delivers intelligence where it's needed, supplying the foundation that enables IoT networks and connected devices to perform reliably, safely, and efficiently.
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As carriers look to monetize the massive amounts of data traveling over their networks, requirements for flow analysis, deep packet inspection, and sheer speed will grow. Cost pressure will drive interest in software solutions like network functions virtualization (NFV).

Distributed intelligence enables the secure collection of representative data, reducing redundancy in the cloud.

Aerospace & Defense

The aerospace and defense industry has benefited from the vision of the Internet of Things for decades. Often referred to as the connected battlefield or network-centric warfare, information sharing and collaboration with a wide variety of ground, sea, air, and space assets greatly enhances the quality of battlefield information and situational awareness.

Intelligence is being built into these assets at a record pace, enabling autonomous activity rather than simple remote control. As a result, the reliability, security, and safety of the systems controlling these devices are paramount. Sophisticated surveillance and intelligence-gathering payloads for these assets often come from different manufacturers, so cooperation among manufacturers and the use of standards such as the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) are important for interoperability.

Enormous amounts of information are generated by these assets, requiring not only powerful communications networks but also high-performance data mining capabilities to assist with real-time decision making.
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A single intelligent jet engine can generate 1 TB of data during a five-hour flight.
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Aerospace & Defense

Cloud & Business Logic

The connected battlefield, network-centric warfare, and the Global Combat Support System are just a few examples of how today’s military uses a cloud infrastructure to accomplish its mission.
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Personnel management, security asset management, and security infrastructure pull data from the military cloud to enable efficiency and manage costs.

Wind River® is not only a company that has a solid reputation for delivering safe, secure, and reliable software for mission-critical systems, but also one that is leading the effort into software for IoT.

Wind River® Carrier Grade Communications Server provides five 9s reliability along with enhanced security in a scalable, open standards–based platform for critical infrastructure.

Aerospace & Defense

Data Center

With petabytes of data generated in real-time battlefield assets every hour, a trusted, reliable data center is required to process this data.
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Wind River® Linux enables mission-critical infrastructure to leverage the benefits of open source standards together with the robustness and reliability that comes with Wind River.

Wind River® Carrier Grade Communications Server, a virtualized software platform, is designed for optimizing network functions virtualization (NFV) deployment with seamless integration with existing networks.

Aerospace & Defense

Network

Military networking utilizes a combination of networking capabilities, including SatCom. More military networks are leveraging IPv6 to increase reliability and security, and thus require robust commercial solutions to support this ability.
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The reliable Wind River® VxWorks® operating system has been used by some of the most successful satellite and space systems.
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Wind River® Simics®, a full system simulator, provides a way to test what you fly and fly what you test by modeling the exact hardware configurations of space systems.
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Wind River® Open Virtualization provides a high-performance and reliable way for military systems to leverage the flexibility of network functions virtualization (NFV).
Read the white paper "Practical Implementation of SDN & NFV in the WAN"

Aerospace & Defense

Gateway

The forward command post must be able to collect, process, and react to battlefield intelligence in real time from thousands of battlefield assets for increased situational awareness. It is critical that this real-time data can be processed and actionable decisions made.
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The data collected and processed is often a mixture of highly sensitive data and less sensitive data. High assurance and high security data is protected with Wind River® VxWorks® MILS Platform.
Read the white paper, "Achieving Naval Superiority with Software."

Wind River® Intelligent Device Platform is a scalable, sustainable, and secure development environment that simplifies the development, integration, and deployment of gateways.

Wind River® Open Virtualization provides a high-performance and reliable means for military systems to leverage the flexibility of network functions virtualization (NFV).

Aerospace & Defense

Supervisory & Data Aggregation

Advanced sensor platforms such as the P8 Poseidon have a vast array of sensors for carrying out diverse missions. As a result, they need the capability to merge sensor data as well as communicate back to Command & Control HQ.
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The data collected and processed is often a mixture of highly sensitive data and less sensitive data. High assurance and high security data is protected with Wind River® VxWorks® MILS Platform.
Read the white paper, “High Assurance Systems Development Using the MILS Architecture.”
Read the press release, “Wind River Technology Essential for Avionics Communications System.”

Over 320 avionics projects depend on Wind River® VxWorks® 653 Platform, which fulfills the safety and security requirements of mission-critical applications.

Wind River® Open Virtualization provides a high-performance and reliable way for military systems to leverage the flexibility of network functions virtualization (NFV).

Aerospace & Defense

Device & Control

Today’s battlefield is connected. From connected soldiers to unmanned ground vehicles, the military must manage hundreds of thousands of connected devices, each producing data that must be analyzed and acted upon.
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In order for these battlefield assets to communicate with each other as well as command and control systems, open standards, such as the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™), are essential.

These battlefield assets often need to integrate new capability with legacy components. Wind River® solutions such as Wind River Hypervisor and Wind River VxWorks® 653 Platform facilitate this integration.
Read the white paper, “Safety-Critical Software Development for Integrated Modular Avionics.”

Wind River® Simics®, a full system simulator, provides developers with a revolutionary development environment that aides in debugging, testing, and integration.
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Aerospace & Defense

Sensor

Today’s UAVs contain sophisticated and complex payloads that perform intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance, and include sensors. Far more than simply remote controlled, these vehicles are becoming more autonomous and need to make decisions based on their own payload sensors as well as sensors from other nearby assets.
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Diverse payloads such as such as ground moving target indication (GMTI), video, radar, motion sensors, lidar, and GPS come from multiple vendors. Open standards such as ARINC 653 and FACE™ help ensure ease of integration.
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Over 300 avionics projects depend on Wind River® VxWorks® 653 Platform, which fulfills the safety and security requirements of mission-critical applications.
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Payloads such as ground moving target indicator (GMTI) require high-performance computing to allow a UAV to track fast moving ground vehicles. VxWorks® provides a reliable, high-performance, deterministic operating environment for these applications.
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Automotive

Vehicles of the future are no longer isolated mechanical devices that only receive information; they are mobile devices that help us stay connected wherever we go. Your car will tell you the best route to your destination based on real-time traffic information, for example, or self-detect malfunctions before a breakdown occurs. Car manufacturers and service facilities will also be able to better anticipate car owners’ needs and deliver the right experience at the right time. Eventually, autonomous driving will happen.
In the Internet of Things, vehicles become information hubs, communicating with the cloud, the infrastructure, and each other—platforms of systems that can process intelligence and provide the ultimate customized driving experience through the connected information network.
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Only 15% of data today is structured; 85%—generated by humans and machines—is not.
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Automotive

Cloud & Business Logic

Connecting the entire automotive ecosystem through cloud services enables innovative, higher quality services, making every driver on the road safer and happier.
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Drivers and passengers will be able to access information, navigation, and entertainment applications in a secure way from a vehicle screen.

Automotive manufacturers can improve customer relationships by feeding vehicle usage data back to the production line.

Dealers can provide a higher level of customer service by analyzing usage data and performing preventive maintenance.

Performance is optimized as critical decisions can now be made in milliseconds.
Read the white paper "Smarter Ways to Use the Internet of Things"

Automotive

Data Center

Multitenant concepts, which allow all vehicle drivers to collaborate more closely and get access to critical information, will enable transportation systems to operate more reliably and safely. Vehicles will be able to communicate with each other—plane-to-plane to report turbulence, or bus-to-bus to report traffic delays—as well as with cloud-based central control systems tracking their movements.
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Modern automobiles require millions of lines of code and multiple microprocessor-based electronic control units (ECUs) networked throughout the car to operate, and all this code must be integrated with an in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) system.
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Automotive

Network

Intelligent cars will communicate and gather data without any help from us. Our vehicles will send, collect, and analyze data on driving pattern, location, and speed. The car will become a “system of systems” that shares information with other cars, the cloud, and the larger transportation network to provide the information drivers need, when they need it, and safely. 
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The widespread adoption of multi-core technology in the embedded industry is spurring system-level approaches to computing. Virtualized application architectures open the door to the cloud, while advances in networking will enable this shift with nanosecond and microsecond latencies.

Automotive

Gateway

The integration of systems of systems, combines automotive with rail and other urban transportation through IoT-enabled intelligence. Combining the business intelligence from different transportation sectors will create a totally new experience of seamless mobility for consumers.  
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The need for connectivity between vehicle telematics, phones, Wi-Fi, and more will continue to grow as we move further into IoT, where vehicles communicate with other vehicles, devices, or the network infrastructure, and where almost everything is connected through the network. 
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Automotive

Supervisory & Data Aggregation

With sensor communication and real-time data streaming, connected cars can now send alerts when a key component needs repair, so the owner can bring in the car for servicing before there’s a breakdown. This capability increases efficiency by better managing inventory and decreasing stock costs for the dealership, while also increasing customer satisfaction and loyalty. It also provides predictive information to optimize goods quality. 
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Modern in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems consist of as many as 50 million lines of code. The intelligence required to deliver on the promise of V2X capabilities or autonomous vehicles will be net-new, meaning more engineers and more complexity. 
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Automotive

Device & Control

Connected cars are sleek, intelligent, digital appliances on wheels, where convenience, comfort, safety, and performance merge with powerful network technologies to keep drivers and passengers connected on the go. Massive complexities of software integration and consolidation must be tamed to make this a reality.
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The connected car platform is a robust, standards-based software foundation that enables greater innovation and risk reduction.

Advanced connectivity and multimedia features are requirements to fulfill growing customer demands.

Software lifecycle management practices must be adopted to ensure deployed vehicles stay up-to-date throughout their entire lifetimes.

Automotive

Sensor

The number of sensors per car is projected to reach 200 by 2020. We rely on these sensors, such as blind spot and tire pressure sensors, to provide vital information. Intelligent cars deliver safety, comfort, and driver information where and when its needed.
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Space, weight, and power concerns will grow along with the increasing number of sensors.

Consolidation and virtualization in electronic control units and sensors will be necessary as vehicle designs evolve.

Fifty percent of Americans would let a city put a sensor on their cars for intelligent parking.

Industrial & Energy

Early adopters of the Internet of Things (IoT), sometimes referred to as Industry 4.0, the industrial and energy markets understand the role that IoT can play in transforming business. These industries have been incorporating sensors and automation into workflows for decades, yet less than 10 percent of their legacy systems are connected, leaving data locked away in devices and equipment, from HVAC sensors to manufacturing robots to building elevators. Once connected, operators can track output based on real-time and trended data analysis to optimize for power efficiency, performance, and operational life.  
Smart IoT devices will manage the distribution of energy across the smart grid based on real-time data and provide situational awareness. They will also converge once-siloed systems and allow for communication across the factory floor to IT and management. In addition to transforming existing operations through productivity gains and economies of scale, IoT presents entirely new lines of business and services otherwise not possible.
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Of the billions of devices that comprise our social and industrial infrastructure, a significant number perform discrete functions in network isolation. A subset of these devices will continue to be manufactured and maintained in this way, while others will require migration strategies—often referred to as “bolt-on” approaches— to connect and realize the benefits of IoT.
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Industrial & Energy

Cloud & Business Logic

Cloud-based central control systems provide operators with real-time equipment transparency and visibility to monitor and analyze consumption patterns, predict impending failure risks, and evaluate any piece of equipment at any time. Predictive maintenance capabilities help mitigate outages and downtime.
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Performance is optimized as critical decisions can now be made in milliseconds.

Each machine knows what the others are doing, so they can recognize signs of stress and wear and automatically rebalance workloads.
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Industrial & Energy

Data Center

System operators rely on data and automation to ensure safety and reduce costs. In the Internet of Things, data is available whenever and wherever required, making planning and spotting potential problems more efficient, triggering preventive maintenance routines, and reducing downtime.
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Decision makers can utilize infrastructure and environmental data for greater situational awareness.
Read the white paper “Accelerating Business Transformation.”

Adding intelligence to legacy infrastructure can deliver new quantitative insights, maximize efficiency, and reduce CAPEX and OPEX.

Industrial & Energy

Network

Industrial systems are becoming connected information hubs. From real-time logistics and supply chain management to production planning to automated quality control, converged networks deliver visibility across the entire process and enable centralized control.
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IoT devices must integrate and exchange data with other devices or monitoring systems in centrally managed networks.
Read the Energy Use Case

On the factory floor, networks help match fast-changing consumer tastes to production systems so that a broader mix of highly differentiated products can be manufactured around the globe and just in time.
Read the white paper “Smarter Ways to Use the Internet of Things.”

Advances in wireless networking enable data to be collected from sensors almost anywhere at any time to help optimize factory efficiency.

Industrial & Energy

Gateway

Whether incorporated into your new factory equipment or as a bolt-on solution to a legacy system, gateways provide operators with connectivity and communication, both within the factory floor and to enterprise IT, to optimize efficiency and reliability.
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Systems that were not connected previously need to be migrated securely to interconnected networks.

Smart metering hubs can automatically report on usage via networks, saving time and money, and allowing companies to optimize consumption in response to supply conditions.
Read the Energy Use Case

Of the billions of devices that comprise our social and industrial infrastructure, a significant number perform discrete functions in network isolation. A subset of these devices will continue to be manufactured and maintained in this way, while others will require migration strategies—often referred to as “bolt-on” approaches—to connect and realize the benefits of the Internet of Things.

Industrial & Energy

Supervisory & Data Aggregation

Device-level data aggregation alleviates bandwidth strain by reducing machine-generated data sent to the cloud-based central control systems and back. Algorithms analyze the data to identify factors affecting overall performance. Operators utilize this data to make the adjustments necessary to keep production running smoothly and at optimal capacity while maintaining quality.
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More than 30 billion devices will be connected by 2020, generating some 35 trillion GB of data annually. Scalable, end-to-end solutions enable companies to reliably capture, manage, and analyze data and explore new markets securely and efficiently.
Read the Adaptive Analytics Use Case

Industrial & Energy

Device & Control

Smart devices in the Internet of Things (IoT) will manage the distribution of energy across the smart grid based on real-time data and provide situational awareness. They will also converge once-siloed systems and allow for communication across the factory floor to IT and management. In addition to transforming existing operations through productivity gains and economies of scale, IoT presents entirely new lines of business and services not otherwise possible.
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Predictive maintenance can determine when a component may be nearing failure. Proactively solving problems can avert major issues potentially costing millions of dollars.
Read the Predictive Maintenance Use Case

Often located many miles off shore and at times inaccessible due to weather conditions, wind turbines feature the intelligence necessary for monitoring and self-diagnostics, as well as for discovering long-term trends that will influence future product design.

Read the Energy Use Case

Industrial & Energy

Sensor

With critical sensor data, operators are able to schedule and manage efficient repairs, performance adjustments, and maintenance. New equipment with sensors can alert operators when a machine is not performing properly or showing signs of stress, and maintenance can be scheduled accordingly.
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Smart sensors can predict failure in real time with great accuracy based on any number of symptoms, such as changes in turbine blade vibration patterns. Automatic software adjustments are managed remotely, and when physical changes are needed, maintenance crews can be sent for repairs for just-in-time maintenance.
Read the white paper “Devices in the Cloud.”

Industrial markets have been incorporating sensors and automation into workflows for decades, yet less than 10 percent of legacy systems are connected.

Medical

Increasingly sophisticated advances in medical technology are yielding life-enhancing benefits for patients and providers alike. Yet as they strive to deliver high-quality products, device manufacturers face mounting challenges. The Internet of Things presents hundreds of opportunities for improving treatment and services in hospitals, doctors’ offices, and homes. Cloud-connected smart devices will give manufacturers an alternative means of collecting, compiling, and analyzing precise and objective data on device performance, thereby reducing the time and expense of trial and accelerating time-to-market.
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There will be a 50-fold growth in stored data from 2010 to 2020.
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Medical

Cloud & Business Logic

Cloud-connected smart devices provide healthcare professionals with real-time patient information and visibility to better understand patients’ conditions and make accurate, timely, and realistic recommendations.
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Hundreds of IoT-based healthcare service opportunities exist in hospitals, doctors’ offices, and homes, today.
Read the white paper “Accelerating Business Transformation.”

Medical

Data Center

Healthcare systems will rely on data and automation more and more to meet growing patient demand. With the Internet of Things (IoT), data is available whenever and wherever required, making diagnosing and treating illnesses more efficient; and there are hundreds of IoT-based healthcare service opportunities in hospitals, doctors’ offices, and homes.
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In the healthcare field, access to the right data and the right solutions at the right time can literally mean the difference between life and death. Developers of medical technology have to meet the highest standards of performance and safety as well as regulatory compliance.

Hospitals will be able to leverage the data generated by CT scanners, X-ray machines, and other equipment to monitor and audit their usage, protecting patient safety while meeting FDA compliance requirements.

Medical

Network

Healthcare systems are becoming connected information hubs. From real-time logistics and supply chain management to production planning to automated quality control, converged networks deliver visibility across the entire process and enable centralized control.
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Professionals will be able to consult with specialists and colleagues in remote locations at any point during the course of treatment.

Medical

Gateway

The Internet of Things (IoT) presents hundreds of opportunities for improving treatment and services in hospitals, doctors’ offices, and homes. In order to realize the benefits of networking intelligent devices and enabling them to share patient data, devices will need to be connected and interoperable.
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Approximately 75–80 percent of all U.S. healthcare spending is related to one or more chronic conditions. IoT devices enable healthcare professionals to understand patients’ conditions and make accurate, timely, and realistic recommendations.

Medical

Supervisory & Data Aggregation

Data aggregation at the device level alleviates bandwidth strain by reducing machine-generated data sent to the cloud and back. Cloud applications perform the heavy-duty analytics and decision making, while device-relevant data is processed at the device level, ensuring quick delivery of life-critical patient information.
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Hospitals and doctors will be able to share patient data and lab results seamlessly in real time.

Medical

Device & Control

The Internet of Things (IoT) presents hundreds of healthcare service opportunities in hospitals, doctors’ offices, and homes, as well as through mobile applications. Smart devices enable healthcare professionals to better understand patients’ conditions and make accurate, timely, and realistic recommendations.
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Healthcare facilities are complex technology ecosystems, with multiple devices, manufacturers, and standards. The promise of IoT is that information can flow seamlessly among devices to optimize performance and patient care.

Smart healthcare devices, services, and applications enable professionals to understand patients’ conditions and make accurate, timely, and realistic recommendations. In some cases (such as administering insulin to a diabetic), action can be taken or a caregiver can be alerted who can assist a loved one needing help. 
Read the white paper “Smarter Ways to Use the Internet of Things.”

Medical

Sensor

Sensors are at work today, gathering patient medical data that will make health monitoring, diagnostics, and treatment more personalized, timely, and convenient, while also lowering costs.
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Today, infusion pumps need to be continuously monitored for patient safety. When pumps start to connect to intelligent system architectures, doses could be preset or connected to electronic medication systems and bar codes to better protect patients.

Transportation

All modes of mass transit increasingly rely on data and automated decisions to ensure safe and predictable service, as well as optimal equipment utilization. The Internet of Things (IoT) plays an increasingly important role in everything from operating trains to assigning tracks to entertaining passengers. IoT affects entire ecosystems and their operational procedures, from the transportation department to the operator to the supplier. Vehicles can communicate with each other—plane-to-plane to report turbulence, or bus-to-bus to report traffic delays—as well as with cloud-based central control systems tracking their movements. With tighter collaboration and increased access to critical information, transportation systems operate more reliably and safely.
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Data centers are looking to efficiently scale in anticipation of the flood of data generated by people and machines, driving interest in software defined networking (SDN), off-the-shelf hardware, and open source technology.
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Transportation

Cloud & Business Logic

Cloud-based communication enables operators to utilize equipment, tracks, and stations more efficiently while dramatically reducing the risk of accidental collisions. Performance is optimized as critical decisions can now be made in milliseconds.
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Forty-four percent of American respondents would like to live in a driverless city, where cars, buses, and trains operate intelligently and automatically without people driving them. 

Cloud-based central control systems provide real-time equipment tracking, which alerts operators to the location of any piece of equipment at any time.
Read the Transportation Use Case

Transportation

Data Center

Rail system operators increasingly rely on data and automation to ensure safe, reliable service and reduce costs. Business and safety demands are driving signaling to wireless, digital positive train control systems to eliminate collisions and track congestion.
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The U.S. Congress has passed measures requiring that positive train control (PTC), which enables a train to know its position relative to all the other trains in a network with GPS precision, be installed on 60,000 miles of rail lines by 2015.
Read the white paper “Keeping Rail Projects On Track and On Time.”

Transmitting defect data directly to engineers, predictive maintenance can eliminate the need to take equipment out of service for routine inspections and preventive maintenance.
Read the Predictive Maintenance Use Case

Transportation

Network

From real-time passenger information screens to services such as onboard Wi-Fi, trains are connected information hubs. Operators also can know at any time exactly where a train is and how well it is operating. These “global management systems” make more efficient use of tracks and stations.
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Devices in the Internet of Things must integrate and exchange data with other devices or monitoring systems in centrally managed networks.
Read the Transportation Use Case

Transportation

Gateway

Whether incorporated as a bolt-on solution to a legacy system or for your new bus or train design, gateways provide drivers and riders with location-based services and Wi-Fi connectivity, while communicating in real time with transit operations to optimize efficiency and reliability.
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The number of connected machines has grown by approximately 300% in recent years.

Transportation

Supervisory & Data Aggregation

Data aggregation at the device level alleviates bandwidth strain by reducing machine-generated data sent to the cloud and back. Cloud applications perform the heavy-duty analytics and decision making, while device-relevant data is processed at the device level, improving performance and reducing costs.
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Connected vehicles can transmit data in real time directly to engineers, who rely on this data and automated decisions to ensure safe, reliable service, as well as sustainable revenue generation.

Scalable, end-to-end solutions enable companies to reliably capture, manage, and analyze data and explore new markets securely and efficiently.
Read the Adaptive Analytics Use Case.

Transportation

Device & Control

The Internet of Things adds “self-awareness,” so a train knows its location and speed, along with that of other trains in the system, reducing collision risk. Operators can utilize tracks and equipment far more efficiently while protecting passengers and employees.
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Smart control systems can tell trains to slow down based on a variety of constantly changing external data inputs, such as weather, topography, location, distance from destination, track conditions, or car-to-car communication indicating another train is ahead.

Combining the business intelligence from different transportation sectors, vehicles in the Internet of Things will also transmit defect data in real time directly to engineers, allowing extended analyses.
Read the Adaptive Analytics Use Case.

Transportation

Sensor

Sensors are becoming the norm for cars, heavy vehicles, buses, and trains. Roadways and railway tracks are now equipped with sensors sending critical information to traffic control sites and operators for efficient traffic routing, congestion management, and maintenance deployment.
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Intelligent transportation reduces commute times, emergency response times, and accidents.
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