The Digital Shopfloor: Industrial Automation in the Industry 4.0 Era looks like a great free open access book by John Soldatos, Oscar Lazaro and Franco Antonio Cavadini
The book deals with the transformation of the shop floor and the wider supply chain by the deployment of Industrial IoT
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By 2027, the big data market is estimated to grow to USD 103 billion. And by 2022, the global big data and analytics market is predicted to grow to USD 274 billion, statistics backed by Statista.
The scarcity of talent in the big data industry is being wooed by hefty pay packages, but only to those with extensive knowledge in big data tools and technologies.…Continue
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The boundaries of the enterprise are becoming diffused. You have data on the network, on the endpoint, and on the cloud. Enabling visibility into your data flows is a critical first step to understanding which data is at risk for theft or misuse. You need to know what data you have, where it’s located, and why that data exists in order to properly protect it. This is where data discovery and data classification come into…Continue
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning of buildings accounts alone for nearly 40% of the global energy demand .
The need for …
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Data Scientist is regarded as the sexiest job of the 21st century. It is a high paying lucrative jobs which comes with a lot of responsibility and commitment. Any professional needs to master state-of-the-art skills and technologies to become a Data Scientist in the modern world. It is a profession where people from different disciplines could fit in as there are a plethora of specialties embedded in a Data Scientist role.
Data Science is not a present-day…Continue
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Monday newsletter published by Data Science Central. Previous editions can be found here. The contribution flagged with a + is our selection for the picture of the week. To subscribe, follow this link. …Continue
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This article was written by Laura Ellis.
One of the reasons why I love R is that I feel like I’m constantly finding out about cool new packages through an ever-growing community of users and teachers.
To understand the current state of R packages on CRAN, I ran some code provided by Gergely Daróczi on Github . As of today there have been almost 14,000 R packages published on CRAN and the rate of…Continue
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