ClearObject is a digital transformation leader in Internet of Things (IoT) Engineering and Analytics. As IBM Watson IoT and Google Cloud Business Partners, we deliver global embedded software development environments for our customers, and design and deliver unique data analytics digital products that help them recognize the value of their data. Our objective is clear: help the world’s best companies build intelligence into their products and gain intelligence from them.

The future is clear. Do you see it?




About Us



ClearObject Headquarters

8626 East 116th Street, Suite 300

Fishers, IN 46038

ClearObject IoT Development Lab

9059 Technology Lane

Fishers, In 46038


Open Map

+1 (888) 850-2568

  • LinkedIn - White Circle
  • Facebook - White Circle
  • Twitter - White Circle

Sign up for the Newsletter

©2020 ClearObject

June 12, 2019

The race just heated up. On June 6th Google announced they will be acquiring Looker, the data querying and exploration tool. This is an interesting buy, considering Looker overlaps somewhat with Google’s Data Studio. (However, when I think back to the Google Next conference, I don’t recall one menti...

May 23, 2019

I recently listened to an audio clip of Joe Rogan declaring that he’s going to start sponsoring a hockey team made up entirely of chimps! He’s tired of people thinking that chimps cannot compete with humans on an athletic level. And he’s got these chimps working hard; they’re throwing kettle bells a...

April 18, 2019

Last week was the Google Next conference, where about 30,000 partners, GCP enthusiasts, and spectators came together at a crowded Moscone Center in San Francisco. The booths alone were worth the price of admission, being both incredibly creative and fun to interact with (e.g., an AI bot that would g...

March 18, 2019

Automation is a word that tends elicited a vicarial response. The fear of people losing their jobs to automated bots goes back to the early 1800s. At the time textile machinery was replacing workers and this led to the formation of the Luddites, a radical group which sought to physically destroy the...

March 14, 2019

Happy Pi Day everyone!

While many people are celebrating by baking and eating pies, I decided to go to the data. Pi is an interesting number, it’s irrational, so it has an endless number of digits that it can be calculated out to. Using that endless supply of information, I came up with some graphics...

February 18, 2019

Spoiler alert – probably not, but we can still have fun looking at some insights.

From a high level, this year’s Best Picture nominees are a very interesting selection of films:

     • Five films are bio pics (six, if you count Roma)

    • Two could be considered musicals

    • Min...

February 15, 2019

This past Monday, President Trump signed an executive order titled The American Artificial Intelligence Initiative (AAII). It outlines five initiatives to help the US promote growth and maintain leadership in AI. Below are each of them along with the quote I found most concisely summarizes the secti...

Please reload


January 17, 2020

Safety, testing and performance are primary concerns for autonomous vehicle technology right now, and AI and machine learning are a playing greater role in the AV training process to improve these issues. But a somewhat unobserved element is cultural training, which also ties into the AI and ML backbone for autonomous vehicles, their performance, and their safety.

January 14, 2020

It’s been just over a year ago that IBM brought its Watson AI technology into the product engineering requirements management mix for IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management, a.k.a. IBM ELM. So how is the combination working out? Quite well, thank you. And now, ClearObject’s IBM ELM Managed Services extend the same Watson AI capabilities to make requirements management smarter.

January 10, 2020

Highlights from Day 3 of CES. One was KeyAsic and their new RYC™ system, which is set to change how Electronic Medical Records are managed. This company is doing valuable things for the medical industry using IoT and AI, and RYC is a breakthrough. The session for public trust in autonomous vehicles was also invaluable. In the public interest? Safety, transparency, and even a new ISO standard for AV security.

January 9, 2020

What I experienced at the Delta booth at CES 2020 was astounding. The airline was demonstrating its new PARALLEL REALITY™ technology and how it will soon provide an entirely new experience for Delta passengers. Think of the movie, Minority Report, where Tom Cruise’s character is walking through the transit center and the screen displays customized ad for him. That’s what the Parallel Reality experience is like.

January 8, 2020

CES is always an eye-popping experience. But CES 2020 is absolutely mind boggling – especially with Hyundai’s new SA-1 flying vehicle for the Uber Elevate program. Ron Felice of ClearObject gives you his report from the CES show floor, from the SA-1 to industry views on IoT, AI, edge computing, security, workload portability and more.

January 7, 2020

The projections for where IoT technology is headed in 2020 are out and, not surprisingly, the biggest trends extend from many of those that made a mark in 2019. AI, ML and data analytics led the way last year, and look to lead the way again this year. So says ClearObject’s new white paper.

January 3, 2020

The Consumer Electronics Show — CES — is known as the “global stage for innovation.” For more than 50 years, CES has been the showplace for new technologies such as the VCR, Laser Discs, the Xbox, Blu-Ray and 8k TV. This year, CES 2020 is set to highlight the same kinds of innovations, three of which ClearObject’s Ron Felice thinks are “must see.”

December 20, 2019

As innovation goes, the pace of evolution keeps getting faster, and technologies like IoT, AI and machine learning, data analytics, robotic process automation and others keep spurring more possibilities. So does the ongoing explosion of data. At this stage, the digital transformation is in full swing, and in 2020, CIOs and Digital Transformation Officers should resolve to take full advantage.

December 19, 2019

IoT, AI and machine learning have made automotive systems engineering harder. But they’re also becoming an engineering group’s best friend, says IBM. For engineering functions like requirements authoring, global collaboration, testing, and compliance to standards including ASPICE, IBM outlines where AI and machine learning fit in — and how IBM ELM can bring it all together under the engineering lifecycle management umbrella.

December 13, 2019

The thing about software engineering and product development is that complexity increases constantly as technology and innovation accelerate, especially technologies such as AI and IoT. IBM understands this, and has upgraded its Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) version 7.0 solution to tackle the factors that are intensifying engineering and development complexity the most.

Please reload