It is serious basketball season again and Steph is stepping up. At this time of the year everyone wants to be like Steph.
Curry is Curry because he trained hard throughout his career. Under Armour Curry ad correctly states that “You” are the sum of all your training. And athletic training is where wearables can be big business. Ask any coach when it comes to training and they say that the single most important thing athletes (recreational or competitive) should work on is correct form. Curry’s shooting form is a thing of beauty. Personally, I think Klay Thompson has a more classical shooting form.
This post follows the Bearish Case of Digital Transformation. The bullish case of Digital Transformation is a scenario where productivity growth in many industries approaches 3% or higher for a sustained period (2020+) and the product/service quality is continuously improving.
We can see that a broad discussion on boom or gloom scenarios for the world economy is taking place across the political and economic spectrum based on this New York Times article. How technological innovation increases productivity is at the center of this debate. It aligns nicely with the raging debate and marketing hype around digital transformation. Continue reading Digital Transformation – The Bearish Case→
Dr. Lee is the intellectual force behind Ptolemy. This video explains some of the key concepts related to modeling and understanding behavior of complex systems made of mechanical systems, electronics, software and communications.
An End-to-End Internet of Things (IoT) platform, however, needs to provide more than just data collection and data analysis capabilities. Based on my experience with a real world (cost constrained, patchy connectivity, low power) IoT scenario I found the need for following capabilities in an end-to-end IoT (software only) platform. Hardware aspects are omitted in this post because of the diversity of use cases and design considerations that cannot easily be generalized. Continue reading What You Need In An IoT Platform→