AI and IoT-Data Analytics firm Research and Markets has released a new study, entitled “Digital Transformation 2019: 5G, AI, Big Data Analytics, Blockchain, Cloud and Mobile Edge Computing, Connected and Wearable Devices, Cybersecurity, Digital Twins and Teleoperation, IoT, Robotics, Smart Cities, and Virtual Reality,” which evaluates key technologies involved in digital transformation including AI, Big Data Analytics, Edge Computing, and IoT.
The report says that these technologies will all be germane to the evolution of many areas important to enterprise and industrial organizations including internal and external processes, products and services, virtualization, and OSS/BSS.
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The enterprise and industrial sectors are rapidly digitizing products and services, the report finds, including software-controlled and virtualized infrastructure and leveraging next-generation connectivity, signaling, and automated decision-making algorithms. This will have a profound effect on both overall strategic positioning and day to day tactical operations. New technologies and tools are being rapidly integrated into production and service systems, which are facilitating the transformation of processes, creating new business opportunities, and enabling an overall smarter workplace for humans and machines alike.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms enhance the ability for big data analytics and IoT platforms to provide value many market segments, according to the report. The author credits the combination of AI and the Internet of Things (IoT) with dramatically accelerating the benefits of digital transformation for consumer, enterprise, industrial, and government market segments. The author also sees the Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) as transformational for both technologies as AI adds value to IoT through machine learning and decision making and IoT adds value to AI through connectivity and data exchange.