IBM Watson Internet of Things (IoT

Based in Munich, German – the heart of the Industry 4.0 Initiative – IBMs new Global headquarters for its Watson IoT businss is quickly becoming a global hotbed for collaborative innovation. (courtesy: IBM)

IBM and Cisco are collaborating to provide instant IoT insight at the edge of the network, bringing together IBM Watson IoT and business analytics technologies and Cisco edge analytics capabilities to help organizations more deeply understand and act on critical data on the network edge. (Credit: IBM and Cisco)

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IBM Brings Cognitive Manufacturing to the Factory Floor

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Global Head of IBM Watson IoT, Harriet Green, with Olli the autonomous vehicle at IFA Berlin (credit: Thomas )

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Installation of meteorological station at the Kazwama Health Center in Uganda by TAHMO engineer George Sserwadda (R) (Credit: TAHMO)

Global Head of IBM Watson IoT, Harriet Green (right), tries Brags smart earphones powered by Watson IoT, with Bragi Executive Vice President, Darko Dragicevic.(credit: Thomas )

Bosch and IBM start collaboration for Industrial IoT

IBM Connects Internet of Things to the Enterprise

AOS and IBM developing logistics and transportation solution built on IBM Blockchain and Watson IoT

IBM is an established leader in the IoT with more than 6,000 client engagements in 170 countries, 1,400 partners in its growing ecosystem and more than 750 IoT patents. IBM is extending the power of cognitive computing to the billions of connected devices, sensors and systems that comprise the IoT, helping to transform the way we all live and work.

The Leadenhall Building in London, where KONE – an IBM Watson IoT customer – provides the largest and fastest suite of panoramic elevators in the world. (Credit: DBOX for KONE)

Harriet Green, Global Head of Watson IoT (left) and Ilse Aigner, Bavarian State Minister of Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology press the button to activate IBMs new global center for Watson IoT in Munich, Germany. (Credit: IBM)

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The Weather Company to Deliver Crucial Weather Data for Safety and Resource Management Solutions to Underserved Areas Around the World

On April 14, 2016, the University of South Carolina and IBM celebrated the grand opening of the $25 million Center for Applied Innovation in Columbia, South Carolina. The Center will support university, IBM and private sector researchers, including Fluor Corporation, who will collaborate to develop real-world applications for the Internet of Things using cognitive computing, predictive analytics and predictive maintenance software. Initial projects will include developing ways to enhance and personalize tools in higher education, make aircraft more reliable and supply chains more efficient. (Credit: IBM)

IBM Helps Automakers Build Internet of Things Connected Vehicles

With IBM Watson IoT and Aerialtronics drones, business can immediately inspect cell towers and identify potential areas of concern, all from the ground. (Image courtesy of Aerialtronics)

The Highlight Towers at Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6 in Munich, Germany will serve as the global headquarters for IBMs new Watson IoT unit, as well as the companys first European Watson innovation super center. The campus environment will bring together 1,000 IBM developers, consultants, researchers and designers to drive deeper engagement with clients and partners, and will also serve as an innovation lab for data scientists, engineers and programmers building a new class of connected solutions at the intersection of cognitive computing and the IoT. The center represents IBMs largest investment in Europe in more than two decades. (Photo copyright: Rainer Viertlböck for IBM.)

IBM Watson Internet of Things Gives Lift to KONEs Innovation in Smart Buildings

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YouTube: IBMs Harriet Green at IFA Berlin 2016: Changing the way we live

IBM Watson Internet of Things (IoT)

HARMAN and IBM Watson Internet of Things Introduce Cognitive Rooms that Bring Connected Experiences to the Consumer

IBM, MTN and Wageningen Universitys IoT powered solution fits animals such as zebra, wildebeest, eland and impala with custom made sensors which will transmit data on their behavior to the IoT platform. As a result, plains game such as the zebra, act as sentinels and their response patterns provide an early warning in the battle to save endangered rhinos. (Credit: IBM)

IBM and Ricoh Transform Corporate Meetings with Industry-First, Watson-Powered Interactive Whiteboards

IBM and MTN Help Protect Endangered African Rhinos with Internet of Things Technology

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IBM General Manager Watson Internet of Things Offerings Chris OConnor to Keynote at IoT Slam® Live 2017

A closer look at a personal weather station. (Credit: The Weather Company)

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IBM and Visa Turn Automobiles, Appliances and All Other Connected Devices into Potential Points of Sale with Watson Internet of Things

IBM Named an Internet of Things Software Platform Leader, Launches Global Watson IoT Consulting Solutions

IBM and the City of Berlin Accelerate Local Innovation on the IBM Cloud with

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IBM and Cisco Combine the Power of Watson Internet of Things with Edge Analytics

French National Railway Company Accelerates Innovation with Watson Internet of Things on IBM Cloud

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IBM Opens Watson IoT Global Headquarters, Extends Power of Cognitive Computing to a Connected World

IBM Invests to Lead Global Internet of Things Market Shows Accelerated Client Adoption

ABB and IBM Partner in Industrial Artificial Intelligence Solutions

Aerialtronics Commercial Drones Give IBM Watson Internet of Things a Birds Eye View

Buildings with a Human Touch are happier and more productive. Global facilities Management leader ISS turns to IBM Watson IoT to transform our experience of buildings. (Credit: IBM)

Global Facilities Management Leader ISS Partners with IBM Watson IoT to Make Better and More User-Friendly Buildings. Andrew Price, Chief Commercial Officer, ISS (left) and Nils J. van der Zijl , Business Unit Executive, IBM Watson IoT Europe (right). (Credit: IBM)

Schaeffler and IBM Sign Watson IoT Partnership for New Industrial Era

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ISS Turns to IBM Watson IoT to Transform Management of 25,000 Buildings Worldwide

Harriet Green, Global Head of Watson IoT (left) and Ilse Aigner, Bavarian State Minister of Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology press the button to activate IBMs new global center for Watson IoT in Munich, Germany. (Credit: IBM)

Global Head of IBM Watson IoT, Harriet Green (front) with David Tuerk, Panasonics European General Manager for Smart Home (left), Norbert Schmidt, Vice President Product and Brand Whirlpool EMEA (center) and Cedric Hutchings, GM Nokia Health (right). (credit: Thomas )

IBM General Manager Watson IoT Harriet Green and Senior Vice President, Services, Ricoh Americas, Mona Abutaleb celebrate the Watson-Powered Interactive Whiteboard which bring new efficiencies to the workplace. (Credit: IBM)

Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals Plans Cognitive Hospital Rooms powered by IBM Watson Internet of Things

IBM Plans to Acquire The Weather Companys Product and Technology Businesses; Extends Power of Watson to the Internet of Things

Local Motors Debuts Olli, the First Self-driving Vehicle to Tap the Power of IBM Watson

IBM Watson Internet of Things Technology Helps Fingrid Keep Power On

On January 6, 2016 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, IBM and UnderArmour announced plans to create UA Record™ with a Cognitive Coaching System, a Watson-powered app that will serve as a personal health consultant (credit: Under Armour)

IBM is betting big and investing $3BN to bring Watson to IoT – allocating +$200M to the new Munich center alone.

Whirlpool Corporation, IBM Collaborate on Cognitive Solutions for Connected Appliances

Welgevonden Game Reserve in South Africa is tracking the behavior patterns of animals such as zebra, impala, eland and wildbeest to detect poaching activity. The new IoT powered solution developed by IBM, MTN and Wageningen University collects animal location information, movement, direction and average speed of travel along with other data. (Credit: IBM)

IBM General Manager Watson IoT Harriet Green and Senior Vice President, Services, Ricoh Americas, Mona Abutaleb celebrate the Watson-Powered Interactive Whiteboard which bring new efficiencies to the workplace. (Credit: IBM)

IBM and ARM Collaborate to Accelerate Delivery of Internet of Things

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IBMs Harriet Green Named One of Fast Companys 100 Most Creative People in Business

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In February 2017, IBM officially opened the doors to its Watson IoT headquarters in Munich, Germany, one of the worlds most advanced centers for Watson cognitive computing and IoT capabilities. The center will serve as the new global ecosystem for collaborative innovation, special industry collaboratories that bring together clients and partners to work together with IBMs 1,000 Munich-based IoT experts to tap into the latest design thinking and push the boundaries of what is possible with IoT.

IBM, MTN and Wageningen University use an IoT powered solution that gives Welgevonden Game Reserve in South Africa, a powerful tool in the fight to save endangered Rhinos. The solution uses the threat response patterns of other animals such as zebra, wildbeest, impala and eland, as an early warning signal, without divulging the precise location of the rhino. (Credit: IBM)

At CES, IBM Chairman and CEO Ginni Rometty, and Kevin Plank, Founder and CEO, Under Armour, announced a new cognitive coaching system, powered by Watson, that will transform personal health and fitness. The system will serve as a personal health consultant, fitness trainer and assistant by providing athletes with coaching around sleep, fitness, activity and nutrition. It will initially be available within UA Record™ available now on the App Store. (Alan Rosenberg/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

Within two years, the Internet of Things (IoT) will be the single greatest source of data on the planet, generated by billions of interconnected sensors and devices embedded into the worlds physical systems. IBMs Watson technologies thrive on tremendous volumes of data, and the IoT provides that. Cognitive systems puts all types of data — even data that you may not be aware of — into context with systems that learn at scale, reason with purpose and interact with humans naturally.

USC and IBM Extend Collaboration, Apply Cognitive Computing for IoT Solutions

The PWS Network consists of over 200,000 stations across the globe. (Credit: Weather Underground)

IBM Watson to Power SoftBank Robotics Pepper

Aerialtronics drones leverage high definition cameras and Watson Visual Recognition APIs to analyze cell towers and identify specific areas of concern that could impact the quality of telecommunications services. (Image courtesy of Aerialtronics)

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IBM and Cisco are working together to provide real time Internet of Things insight at the edge of the network, providing businesses in remote locations with the ability to tap the combined power of IBMs Watson IoT and business analytics technologies and Ciscos edge analytics capabilities to more deeply understand and act on critical data on the network edge. (Credit: IBM and Cisco)

IBM Chairman and CEO Ginni Rometty, and Medtronic CEO Omar Ishrak, unveil the latest advances in applying cognitive computing to diabetes management during CES 2016. The two companies showed a research prototype for a first-of-its-kind cognitive app designed to analyze real-time data from Medtronic devices to help detect important patterns and trends for people with diabetes. In a pilot, IBM and Medtronic applied cognitive analytics to 600 anonymous patient cases using data from Medtronic insulin pumps and glucose monitors. The technology was able to predict hypoglycemia low blood sugar up to three hours in advance of onsetearly enough so a person with diabetes could take action to prevent a potentially dangerous health event. The goal is to interpret the available data and act as a personal assistant. Contact: Christine Douglass, IBM, , (Alan Rosenberg/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

IBM Helps Ecosystem of Partners, Clients Build Internet of Things Solutions

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IBM Watson Powers Wave of Innovation in Consumer Electronics

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IBM Announces Major IoT Ecosystem Drive with New Clients & Partners Collocating at its Global Watson IoT Headquarters

Under Armour And IBM To Transform Personal Health And Fitness, Powered By IBM Watson

IBM, Indiegogo and Arrow Electronics Partner to Fuel the Next Generation of Internet of Things Startups

Game conservationists are battling to protect the dwindling number of rhinos in Africa (Credit: IBM)

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The Leadenhall Building in London, where KONE – an IBM Watson IoT customer – provides the largest and fastest suite of panoramic elevators in the world (credit: DBOX for KONE)

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Using IBMs IoT technology to monitor animal behavior patterns to detect rhino poachers

Deloitte LeasePoint Powered by IBM to Address New Accounting Lease Standards

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Aerialtronics Commercial Drones Tap IBM Watson IoT to vehicles to bring powerful cognitive capabilities to any location including the inspection of cell towers. (Image courtesy of Aerialtronics)

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