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The Data Driving IoT: Collaboration and Soft Skills

Click to learn more about author P.K. Agarwal. Northeastern University-Silicon Valley recently conducted a survey among approximately 600 members of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Not surprisingly, the survey found that one of the biggest challenges of IoT was data aggregation and analysis. Many companies and universities are finding ways to weave in […] The post The Data Driving IoT: Collaboration and Soft Skills appeared first on DATAVERSITY.
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