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Threading Together the Twins in a Contextually Relevant Digital World

The emergence and usefulness of digital continuity, twins and threads, is a direct result of the ongoing process of digitizing the physical world. Digitization of the Manufacturing World Digitization is the conversion of the physical world to a digital equivalent. It represents the convergence of the real and the virtual worlds. This conversion has been accelerated with the emergence of ... Read More »

IoT Definition Context-Sensitive?

The Internet-of-Things has become a catch-all phrase for the latest embedded systems trend, but a precise definition seems tied to the application. By John Blyler, Editorial Director In a recent interview with Junko Yoshida, Chief International Correspondent at UBM Electronics, the CEO of Globalfoundries – Sanjay Jha – stressed that while the Internet of Things was not a mystical animal, ... Read More »