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Waylay in Rome: Conference on Cognitive IOT

Hi guys! It’s been a while since our last blog post. First, let me give you some update, before we get to a Rome story: Francis (@somatik) CTO of carambla joined our team !! yes! Great guy, great coder, and I really enjoy working with him.…
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Alpha Testing @ waylay

It’s been a while since I posted a blog. That’s not because of the ‘Gentse Feesten #GF14’ or because we are enjoying a summer holiday break at waylay. On the contrary, we have been extremely busy! Last week, we reached another milestone: alpha testing. Based…
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When IoT Meets Artificial Intelligence

The Internet-of-Things provides us with lots of sensor data. However, the data by themselves do not provide value unless we can turn them into actionable, contextualized information. Big data and data visualization techniques allow us to gain new insights by batch-processing and off-line analysis. Real-time…
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Intelligent IoT: in the cloud or in the fog?

In a previous blog post titled ‘Contextualized experiences require more than sensor data’, I have argued that many IoT applications still feel very gadget-alike. An additional layer of intelligence, that takes into account context, can make IoT applications more accurate and more personalized. In this blog post,…
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Contextualized experiences require more than sensor data

These days, there is a lot of buzz around IoT (the Internet-of-Things), with predictions of an astronomic amount of connected devices in the near future, and market opportunities that are multiples of that. Based on affordable sensor technology embedded in all types of objects, IoT…
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IoT is about the ecosystem

In early markets, individual companies tend to come up with complete solutions in order to overcome interoperability problems and to offer customers a one-stop shop for end-to-end solutions without headaches. However, as technology evolves and becomes more mainstream, the value chain decomposes and components of…
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