Since it is next to impossible for humans to analyze such a wide array of data that emerges with each passing minute, AI is going to put extra efforts to make IoT more efficient
Fremont, CA: Internet of Things has been one of the most intriguing topics today, because of its ability to connect billions of devices that can exchange data without any interaction from third-party. Since it is next to impossible for humans to analyze such a wide array of data that emerges with each passing minute, AI is going to put extra efforts to make IoT more efficient.
In a podcast concerning the implementation of AI in IoT, released by Microsoft's AI expert Rashmi Misra, revealed that Microsoft is interested in improving the data value gathered by IoT devices. The data can help businesses to find solutions for the development of more efficient services and products that fulfills customers' expectations. Let's know how artificial intelligence can improve IoT with these 3 points
Transport and Logistics
Presently, IoT is allowing transport and logistics companies a real-time provision of information that helps those companies to take better decisions and provides data that avert losses. Business owners, particularly companies with busy schedules and a large fleet of vehicles, could reap and analyze data faster and create a more useful response with the integration of AI. AI implementation could lead to more efficient routes, cut operational expenses, and assign work automatically, without any human interference.
Tesla's Self-driving Cars
The advanced companies have started working hard on leveraging data for the development of better products despite the fact that the practical use of AI in combination with IoT is a relatively new concept. The Tesla company is doing an astounding job at utilizing a series of radars, sensors, radars, GPS, and cameras to provide a safe auto-driving experience. Presently, the combination of AI and IoT allows Tesla cars to learn and adapt to various traffic situations, which, in due course, will enable a fully automatic self-driving vehicle.
Airline Crew Management
Boeing, which pays close attention to its resource allocation strategy, is a titan in the airline industry now. Managing an airline crew is never easy, and it needs a team- motivated, upskilled, rested, and available crew members for each flight. Boeing's subordinate company, Jeppesen, designed AI-based software that uses IoT data to allot crew members to duty.