In this podcast, we sit down with one of our Lixar community partners – Maddy Mackenzie, someone who embodies some of the values we hold here at Lixar.
Here at Lixar we do a lot of work with automotive partners including data discovery workshops – that is, working with their team to analyze the data on hand and put it to actionable use; we believe in starting small and thinking big, so for companies who have a lot of data but aren’t yet sure of it’s best use we offer a two week assessment to get them on the path for data-driven success.
We also offer an IoT accelerator package – for those in the auto manufacturing industry who want to take their IoT implementation to the next level by leveraging cloud computing, Machine Learning, and AI.
If you want to chat in person, connect with Anthony and Paul at CES, the world’s gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. CES takes place from January 8th – 11th.
We sit with Bryan Lord of Teesnap to talk golf tech, digital transformation in the industry, user experience, and full-steam-ahead development cycles.
About four years ago, we engaged with Bryan and his team to provide full-stack development services for the burgeoning Teesnap platform, from backend infrastructure to UI/UX and more. Now, with development and adoption of Teesnap well underway, we’re excited to chat with Bryan about how he sees technology transforming the golf industry in the coming years.
In this podcast, we bring on special guest Greg Dashwood, Product Lead Internet of Things & Advanced Analytics at Microsoft Canada. In a fascinating conversation with Lixar’s very own Sherif Messiha, we talk high-level trends, examine IIoT in industry and manufacturing, and look at best practices and real-world implementations. We also cover what companies can do to drive adoption within their own organization.
In this Podcast, we’ll cover some key terms, the best approach, data storage, and more. If you’re looking at leveraging data for your organization, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this podcast, Lixar experts discuss the factors that businesses leveraging IoT need to address before they’re ready to implement applied AI solutions. We talk building blocks, business cases, and a few short-term steps that can set you up for success down the road.
Data plumbing provides a way for your company to manage, process, and store data efficiently so that it can be easily accessed and used to improve your company’s processes and organization. By having a well structured plumbing system, your company can increase business efficiency and productivity, reduce costs, and provide actionable insights promptly, with data to back-up your decision-making.
The widespread use of smart-devices creates opportunities for a more direct integration of the world around us into computer-based systems. This can result in unprecedented efficiency and economic benefits. The key is ensuring this data is processed and acted upon quickly.