Arduino Tron AI-IoTBPM Internet of Things Artificial Intelligence
Arduino Tron AI-IoTBPM
Internet of Things Artificial Intelligence
In the Internet of Things (IoT), as more and more devices and pieces of software interconnect, a great necessity arises for the systems that allow complex situations to be detected in a simple collaborative way by people and devices and be able to react quickly upon detection of these situations.
Internet of Things (IoT) provides lots of telemetry and sensor data; however, the data points by themselves do not provide value unless they can be annualized and turned into actionable, contextualized information. Big data and data visualization techniques allow us to gain new insights by batch-processing and offline analysis. Real-time sensor data analysis and decision-making are often done manually but to make it scalable, it is preferably automated. Artificial Intelligence (AI) provides us with the framework and tools to go beyond trivial real-time decision and automation use cases for IoT.
:: Arduino Tron AI-IoT Publication – I have published Executive Order Corp Arduino Tron AI-IoT Internet of Things with Artificial Intelligence using Drools-jBPM. Publication Arduino Tron AI-IoTBPM and download the AI-IoT BPM book at: AI-IoT_Artificial_Intelligent_Internet_of_Things.pdf
:: AI-IoT BPM Server Publication – I have developed and published Executive Order Corp AI-IoT BPM Server – IoT BPM Server is a Business Process Management engine for IoT Device Orchestration. Publication AI-IoT BPM Server download book at: IoT_BPM_Server_Documentation.pdf
With AI-IoTBPM (Artificial Intelligence – Internet of Things), it is important to understand the difference and relationship between big data and real-time event reasoning, known as temporal reasoning. Big data analysis of sensor data retrieved from many IoTBPM devices provides statistical information on particular components and data points. Decision-making will allow deciding whether there is a need for the maintenance of one particular component. With temporal reasoning, IoT sensors provide information that Drools AI is acted on immediately. For example, in Drools AI-IoT, judging impact avoidance of a vehicle and making course adjustments is an example of AI temporal reasoning or a rational agent.
The AI-IoTBPM rational agent is a central concept in artificial intelligence. An agent is something that perceives its environment through sensors and acts upon that environment via actuators, servos, or motors. For example, a robot may rely on cameras as sensors and act on its environment via motors.
A rational agent is an agent that acts and does ‘the right thing.’ The right thing depends on the performance criterion defined for an agent, but also on an agent’s prior knowledge of the environment, the sequence of observations the agent has made in the past, and the choice of actions that an agent can perform. The AI BRMS Drools itself is the heart of the agent that computes and reasons based on the available data and its knowledge of the IoT sensors on the environment.
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Drools AI-IoTBPM – This orchestration of IoT Devices gives us the ability for action after our AI Decision in our physical world.
An inference model provides a conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning.
AI-IoTBPM Internet of Things Drools Artificial Intelligence (AI) Drools and BPM (Business Process Management). Internet of Things Artificial Intelligence Conclusion – An inference model provides a conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning. The AI-IoTBPM Rational Agent is a central concept in artificial intelligence that Executive Order Corp has developed in our IoTBPM platform that uses concepts of AI and applied those to the use case of Smarter decision making in IoT and BPM (Business Process Management).
Executive Order Corp. has developed both a CLOUD-based and a STREAM-based architecture that observes its environment via IoT-defined sensors and acts on its environment through AI BRMS Drools-jBPM software, arriving at conclusions reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning. Real-time sensor data analysis and decision-making are often done manually but to make it scalable, it is preferably automated. AI provides us with the framework and tools to go beyond trivial real-time decision and automation use cases for IoT.
“Internet of Things” is a set of technology that will gradually and sometimes almost imperceptibly begin to affect us in the coming years. Any specific device application combination of sensors and devices will create significant long-term changes that can make our lives easier and more informed.
Steven Woodward, President of Executive Order Corporation, explains, “IoT is here.” If you recently purchased a newer car, you’re already using IoT and probably didn’t realize it. The onboard GPS in your car is already using IoT sensors for traffic avoidance on your trip. Your GPS with traffic services lets you know about delays on your route and suggests or automatically takes alternate routes to guide you around the trouble spots. Your GPS is receiving information from traffic sensors via the internet (IoT). This IoT data comes from cellular phone owners, electronic incident reports, radio feeds of live information, and fixed traffic sensors on major roads giving extremely accurate traffic reports. Mr. Woodward goes on to say, “the Internet of Things also promises to create entirely new categories of machines, ultimately simplifying our lives and making us more informed.” He tells people with IoT, “it’s not you interacting with the machine; it’s the machine interacting with you.”
IoT promises to provide “smart” environments (homes, cities, hospitals, schools, stores, offices, etc.) and smart products (cars, trucks, airplanes, trains, buildings, devices, etc.). But, the task of moving beyond “connected” to “smart” IoT devices is daunting. Moving beyond just collecting IoT data and transitioning to leveraging the new wealth of IoT data to improve smart decision-making is the key. Executive Order’s Satellite Tron AI will help these IoT devices, environments, and products to self-monitor, self-diagnose, and eventually, self-direct.
Executive Order Corp. has developed an IoTBPM platform that uses concepts of AI and applied those to the use case of smarter decision-making in IoT.
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