In his recent Forbes article, “The Internet Of Things Is About Data, Not Things“, John Fruehe stated: “All of the strategy and shiny objects in the world won’t help if the data isn’t accurate, secure, and actionable.” That’s why, at iVEDiX, we believe in taking a well rounded approach to our thought leadership and the technologies we produce. Here’s a look at some twitterers who have joined us in this belief and been great ambassadors of IoT, data, and analytics:
A Director of Healthcare Solutions, Bunting has managed to bring a sense of humor to the field of Health IT and Telemedicine. In addition to contributing original content, like the “Shift Happens: Disrupting the Delivery of Healthcare”, Bunting also RTs some great Healthcare content from other thought leaders in the space and gives a well rounded look at the field of Digital Health.
A twitterer after our own heart, Martin rallies for the alliance of data analytics, mobile, and sometimes snowboarding to satisfy his passion for invention and adventure. Wearing many hats in his current position as Cloud and Mobile Tech Manager has lead to tweets about everything from in the intricacies of mobile development to machine learning, predictive analytics and .
If you’re looking for all things related to IoT, this is the twitter handle for you. In addition to sharing great articles, IoT Magazine does a great job of creating original content about startups working in the Internet of Things. IoT Magazine also points to some very progressive topics on how science and technology are converging, and with a little imagination, you can see what trends are just above the horizon.
Tadajewski is a Wizard, and not just on twitter. Leading the consumer electronic company OORT, as CEO & Founder, Tadajewski has developed some unique perspectives on the strategies, innovations, and events that are shaping the value of IoT for consumers. With tweets around home automation, connected devices, wearables, and more, IoT can seem truly magical.
Truly one of the most whimsical IoT handles we’ve come across, Homadeus is a subscription based community for IoT content curation. They tweet everything they post, but the subscription is well worth it to have direct access to a hose of playful and novel devices that you have to see to believe.
Pierre A Fournier
You may have been hearing a lot of buzz about Big Data in Sports. Well… this CEO & Co-Founder can tell much more. Fournier and his team at Hexoskin stay on the cutting edge of personal health information, and have taken the lead on creating biometric clothing for athletes, fitness professionals, and health research.
IoT & WearableTech
More plainly known as WT Vox, this publication brings together some of the most engaging IoT human interest stories we’ve seen on the web. WT Vox not only provides the latest stories surrounding wearables, connected devices, and technology sensors, they also provide an in-depth review of the latest consumer electronics in the space.
Tapping into “next-generation information technology” is not only a passion, as Americas Digital Applications Solutions VP it’s a responsibility. Kaskades’ tweets give us a glimpse into a diverse background of leading Silicon Valley companies through digital solutions, Big Data, and analytic success.
Manager of Connected Vehicle Analytics for Ford Motor Company, Cavaretta is a long-time authority on the impact of Machine Learning on the enterprise. With a rich professional history in Data Science, Cavaretta gives a well rounded perspective on data, visualization, the internet of things, and more -all founded in the essentials of mathematical logic and science.
We would be remiss if we didn’t mention one of our iVEDiX partners. As a technology partner, Oracle lets us provide solutions that tap into their vast data infrastructure. It’s people like Gill that help us add value to Oracle customers by enabling them with solutions that host and integrate data across the enterprise. Working in the information space for several years Gill give us a mega-view on what’s going on in IoT.
These are just some of the IoT influencers we follow, who have we missed? Who would you recommend?