Author: Edouard Alligand

Five Benefits of Using a Time-series Edge Database

Edge computing is an emerging technology that is transforming the way we process, store, and manage data. With the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT), autonomous systems, and other connected devices, there is an increasing demand for faster, more efficient data processing and storage capabilities. Edge databases offer a solution that brings data processing […]

5 manufacturing domains that have been transformed by data science

Introduction As manufacturers strive to streamline operations and enhance product offerings, data science has emerged as an indispensable tool. Manufacturers are empowered to make informed decisions, trim costs, and improve efficiency by harnessing advanced analytical techniques and state-of-the-art technologies. In other words, data science enables manufacturers to leverage data-driven insights and glean valuable business intelligence, […]

IoT Database 101: what, why, and how?

Introduction The Internet of Things (IoT) transforms how we interact with the world, generating vast amounts of data that must be stored, processed, and analyzed in real time. IoT databases are specialized databases designed to handle the unique challenges posed by IoT data, such as large volumes, high velocities, and diverse formats. They provide scalability, […]

Predictive Maintenance for Turbines Using Waveform Data

A turbine is a rotary mechanical device that extracts energy from a fluid flow and converts it into useful work. It is widely applied in various industries such as power generation, aerospace, marine, oil and gas, and manufacturing. Predictive maintenance on turbines can provide significant improvement in reliability, efficiency, and safety, while reducing maintenance costs […]

3 Boost C++ libraries you might not know about

If you’re new to C++, you may not know how the Boost libraries have helped prototype many of the features you now take for granted in the standard. Before C++ 11, using the Boost Libraries was a must if you wanted to use shared pointers, static assertions, or even create a thread in a portable […]

The many ways to insert data and why they matter

Business semantics “Just insert the data!” has a very different meaning depending on your field, and it is sometimes frustrating to get the proper behavior from your DataBase Management System (DBMS). For example, in investment banking, you may want to keep all the versions and have (partial) duplicates, whereas, in manufacturing, duplicates may be undesired. […]