By Tom Raftery on March 23, 2010
I had a great chat about Smart Buildings the other day with IBM’s VP Energy and Environment, Rich Lechner. Why are smart buildings important? Well, as Rich says, in the US buildings are responsible for about 70% of the energy consumption and for about 40% of the greenhouse gases emitted. When you combine that with […]
By Tom Raftery on December 14, 2009
I posted my video interview with IBM’s John Soyring previously as part of a round-up of my impressions of the IBM Connect09 event. I have since had the interview transcribed so I thought I’d post it once more as a stand-alone post, with the transcription – the content is that good.
Hi, everyone and welcome […]
By Michael Coté on November 17, 2009
After this morning’s more technical sessions, the afternoon of the IBM analyst event this year reinforced the non-technology driven speaking-agenda that IBM has been going on about over the past year, that being “Smart Planet.” That phrase has has come to wrap two things:
The Internet of Things realized in an industrial form – sensors, RFIDs, […]