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Succeeding in IoT: A Team Sport

Succeeding in IoT: A Team Sport

We have been off to a busy start to Autumn at Cloud of Things, with many announcements with customers, partners, and ecosystem members. Today’s announcement with Committed Digital represents an important step in the evolution and growth of their business and ours.

A New Era of Connected Field Service Addressing New Challenges

A New Era of Connected Field Service Addressing New Challenges

September at Cloud of Things continues to be an exciting month. Last week we announced an IoT solution developed with our partners AES/minIoT and Microsoft Azure IoT Cloud for Hortica, an Israel-based company with a breakthrough solution using sensors and data analytics to cultivate pharmaceutical-grade medical cannabis with “remote control,” enabling precision and productivity gains leveraging a full-stack solution.

Proud to Collaborate with Prodware and Microsoft in Transforming Field Service

Proud to Collaborate with Prodware and Microsoft in Transforming Field Service

Today, Prodware, an international digital transformation partner that leverages technological progress to help businesses prepare for the future, announced a new offering that fuses Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Azure IoT, and Cloud of Things DeviceTone to dramatically improve Connected Field Service (CFS).

Advancing Plant-Based Pharma like Cannabis with Sensors and IoT Platform

Advancing Plant-Based Pharma like Cannabis with Sensors and IoT Platform

Plant-based biologics is seen by many experts in the bio-pharmaceutical industry to be the next major commercial development in the field of biotechnology. Advantages include the opportunity to produce safer drugs at lower costs when the cultivating of the plant source is of the highest quality, grown efficiently, harvested, and processed in a timely way, and distributed through reliable supply chains.

As global demand for high-quality medical cannabis skyrockets, Hortica, Cloud of Things, and AES announce innovative cultivation initiative

As global demand for high-quality medical cannabis skyrockets, Hortica, Cloud of Things, and AES announce innovative cultivation initiative

Hortica, a technology-oriented company that is developing and manufacturing an advanced platform for cultivating plant-made pharmaceuticals today announced it has selected Cloud of Things and AES to partner on a major innovation initiative that will accelerate the implementation of Hortica’s breakthrough which makes it possible for growers of cannabis and of other medicinal plants to supply organic, safe, consistent and standardized crops to patients, clinical trials and pharmaceutical industry.