Kx Use Case: MIT Motorsports’ kdb+ Vehicle Telemetry System

11 Oct 2018 | , , , , ,

By Nickolas Stathas MIT student Nick Stathas was the software lead for the MIT Motorsports Team’s Model Year 2018 (MY18) race car which competed in the international Formula SAE competition in June 2018. Nick built an open-source code base of embedded components for monitoring the car’s systems’ including the vehicle control unit and battery management

Kx Insights: Machine learning and the value of historical data

2 Aug 2018 | , , ,

Data is being generated at a faster rate now than ever before. IDC has predicted that in 2025, there will be 163 zettabytes of data generated each year—a massive increase from the 16.1 zettabytes created in 2016. These high rates of data generation are partially an outcome of the multitude of sensors found on Internet of Things (IoT) devices, the majority of which are capable of recording data many times per second. IHS estimates that the number of IoT devices in use will increase from 15.4 billion devices in 2015 to 75.4 billion in 2025, indicating that these immense rates of data generation will continue to grow even higher in the years to come.

SEMICON 2018 Snapshot: Data and the Era of AI

24 Jul 2018 | ,

By Bill Pierson The future of the semiconductor industry is looking bright judging by the breadth of new developments, initiatives and innovations on display at SEMICON West in San Francisco this July. Industry leading companies presented the latest technical and business insights into today’s opportunities and challenges, particularly in the areas of smart manufacturing and