The Next Revolution in Agriculture: Data Farming Through the IOE

The john deereimportance of the color green at John Deere extends far beyond its distinctively hued logo.

Green crops and fields are pretty essential to its business model — and to help farmers ensure they see a lot of green, both when they look out the window and at their bank accounts, the farm equipment giant has launched an IOE-based platform called Field Connect.

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Building Blocks of the IOE: Next-Gen Chips Designed for (Literally) Everything

Smart IOE-techdevices can only get smarter if the chips powering them get more powerful. And that’s leading to a renewed arms race among microchip manufacturers.

Both Intel and ARM have introduced new processors for integrated devices — from refrigerators to cars — designed to help connected devices generate and transmit data. And both are hoping the technology serves as a building block for a wide variety of applications.

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How the NFL is Suiting Up for the IOE

When IOE-NFLGreen Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers takes the field this weekend, he probably won’t be thinking about the Internet of Everything — but the IOE will certainly be focused on him.

The NFL and Zebra Technologies have teamed up to equip 17 stadiums with “real-time location systems,” a new technology that provides location-based data to fans and coaches, including specific information on players’ acceleration and the distances they cover.

It’s a statistician’s dream, powered by advanced hardware.

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