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Industrial, My Dear Watson

Wind River and IBM’s Watson Tackle Industrial IoT

What do Wind River, IBM’s Watson, and Industrial IoT have in common? This week’s Fish Fry of course! My guest Dinyar Dastoor (Wind River) and I investigate the ingenious intersection between IBM’s Watson and Wind River’s VxWorks in the world of Industrial IoT. We also discuss what edge-to-cloud recipes are all about and why security, safety, and virtualization are vital to the IIoT landscape.


 

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