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ClearObject is a digital transformation company highly specialized in IoT Engineering, Analytics and Connected Product Development. As a certified Google Cloud Partner and IBM business partner, we’re experts at developing and implementing targeted data analytics strategies based on your company’s unique needs. Additionally, we can deploy, migrate and manage serverless cloud solutions, including AI tools and end-to-end machine learning models, so you’re free to focus on what matters most: getting value from your data.

 

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The Year of IoT and Machine Learning:
9 Data-Driven Directions 
Compliments of ClearObject

Within the next four years, digital transformation spending is expected to surpass $6 trillion. Industries for process manufacturing and discrete manufacturing are projected to be the biggest spenders, with transportation close behind.

 

Along with other industries on the digital transformation path, their investments are fueling the growth of machine learning (ML) and the Internet of Things (IoT). In navigating this path going forward, industries and enterprises alike will also find a growing number of data-driven directions in front of them.

 

As we see it, in 2020, nine directions in particular will have the strongest impacts.

Read about these 2020 trends in the whitepaper:

    • Big data grows to ginormous data

    • IoT and Machine Learning are no longer future technologies

    • Data as a Service (DaaS)

    • The rise of progressive web apps (PWAs)

    • Prescriptive analytics will transform business intelligence

    • AI will create more jobs than it eliminates

    • Machine learning will increasingly augment human work

    • Robotic process automation (RPA) will lead the automation            movement

    • Autonomous vehicle training will become more cultural