By enabling decision-making at the point of data origination, edge computing is now a key lever in digital transformation.
Hear Eric Martinez, CEO and Founder of Modjoul, as he speaks about how he partnered with Virtusa and AWS to create a mobile app and intelligent workplace wearables using a cognitive IoT platform to provide a well-connected work environment that is leading to increased worker safety and productivity.
The global pandemic has clearly exposed the vulnerabilities in the global supply chain and forced companies to reimagine their supply chain model, building effective contingency plans. Despite austere measures, businesses will suffer, and it'll be a stuttered path to recovery.
IoT-based wearable solutions are highly dependent on accurate and real-time data. Hence, it is critical to monitor IoT devices, connection status, data received, and process at Spark streaming, ensuring reliable data is available on Hadoop cluster for further analysis.
As an engineering partner for leading industry startups and software product organizations, Virtusa can provide a unique perspective into what lies under the hood of many of today's most disruptive technology platforms. The Virtusa Garage Series focuses on taking a deeper dive into explaining both the technology and broader business models behind these innovative companies.
In recent years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has proven itself to be a lucrative opportunity for Communication Service Providers (CSPs); to the point that it's projected to contribute between 20%-50% in annual increases through device connections.