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Ring Video Doorbell 2 review: Higher res and easier to recharge, but just as bulky

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Ring's second-generation video doorbell adds a quick release rechargeable battery and boosts video resolution from 720p to 1080p. It remains one of the only video doorbells that can provide its own power instead of relying on your home's existing wiring. Like the previous version we tested, we set up the Ring Video Doorbell 2 in its wireless configuration, mounting the unit in the same, somewhat awkward, location outside our front door. Once again, we tested the video doorbell with the Chime Pro, a $49 plug-in chime and Wi-Fi range extender that boosts the Ring's network signal and provides its own sonic alerts when someone rings your doorbell.

Right Relevance: Top IIoT Influencers on Twitter in June 2017


This report is a summary of graph analysis of engagements and conversations including retweets, mentions and replies of tweets related to the subject of'Industrial IoT'. Compared to the previous IIoT Report published in April, PageRank brings up Evan Kirstel (@evankirstel) on the top position, followed by Bill McCabe (@IoTRecruiting) and Carol Rudinschi (@IIoT_World). Some big players in the industrial market like Rockwell Automation (ROKAutomation), @Schneider Electric, @PTC, @ThingWorx (a PTC business and an award winning IoT solution) or @Avnet are in this top too. Insights include flocks, top trending terms, top hashtags, top Users/accounts, RR topics, top tweets and several other measures.

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GE seeks to simplify the industrial IoT's mind-blowing complexity


Stone, who is general manager of asset performance management at GE Digital, recently spoke with theCUBE's Jeff Frick (@JeffFrick) at GE Digital's Innovation Day 2016 about the complex problems GE engineers are solving as the Internet of things moves into the industrial mainstream. Sensors will enable solar equipment operators to diagnose precisely when and where repairs need to be made so they can dispatch service people with the right skills at the right time, preventing failures and lowering service costs. "We have decades of experience connecting to machinery, providing advanced control systems and bringing that data back for analytics," Stone said. That's why GE is doing a lot of work with artificial intelligence and machine learning to apply statistical principles to the data its customers gather.

LG Electronics says it will invest aggressively in robot technology


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LG Electronics says to invest in robot technology


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Tic-Tac-Toe and Machine Learning for Industry - BVEx


McKinsey analysts recently asked how traditional industries are now using machine learning to gather fresh business insights. With processing power so cheap, chewing through petabytes of data in order for machine learning to happen is no longer an activity restricted to science boffins or the cash-rich. By digitizing the past few seasons' games, it has created predictive models that allow a coach to distinguish between, as CEO Rajiv Maheswaran puts it, "a bad shooter who takes good shots and a good shooter who takes bad shots"--and to adjust his decisions accordingly". Colin Parris, the vice president of software research at GE Software reckons his company will "gain through machine learning the same sharpness of insight into the individual vagaries of a jet engine that Google has into the online behavior of a 24-year-old netizen from West Hollywood".