IoT

4月 202020
 

Today, many assets across multiple industries are becoming more instrumented and connected to enterprise platforms to provide additional insight into their health and operation. IDC estimates that Internet of Things (IoT) investment will reach $1.12 trillion in 2023. One important area for many industrial organizations that are focused in using [...]

An approach to enabling predictive maintenance for industrial assets was published on SAS Voices by Sanjeev Heda

1月 132020
 

Are you ready to get a jump start on the new year? If you’ve been wanting to brush up your SAS skills or learn something new, there’s no time like a new decade to start! SAS Press is releasing several new books in the upcoming months to help you stay on top of the latest trends and updates. Whether you are a beginner who is just starting to learn SAS or a seasoned professional, we have plenty of content to keep you at the top of your game.

Here is a sneak peek at what’s coming next from SAS Press.
 
 

For students and beginners

For beginners, we have Exercises and Projects for The Little SAS® Book: A Primer, Sixth Edition, the best-selling workbook companion to The Little SAS Book by Rebecca Ottesen, Lora Delwiche, and Susan Slaughter. Exercises and Projects for The Little SAS® Book, Sixth Edition will be updated to match the updates to the new The Little SAS® Book: A Primer, Sixth Edition. This hands-on workbook is designed to hone your SAS skills whether you are a student or a professional.

 

 

For data explorers of all levels

This free e-book explores the features of SAS® Visual Data Mining and Machine Learning, powered by SAS® Viya®. Users of all skill levels can visually explore data on their own while drawing on powerful in-memory technologies for faster analytic computations and discoveries. You can manually program with custom code or use the features in SAS® Studio, Model Studio, and SAS® Visual Analytics to automate your data manipulation and modeling. These programs offer a flexible, easy-to-use, self-service environment that can scale on an enterprise-wide level. This book introduces some of the many features of SAS Visual Data Mining and Machine Learning including: programming in the Python interface; new, advanced data mining and machine learning procedures; pipeline building in Model Studio, and model building and comparison in SAS® Visual Analytics

 

 

For health care data analytics professionals

If you work with real world health care data, you know that it is common and growing in use from sources like observational studies, pragmatic trials, patient registries, and databases. Real World Health Care Data Analysis: Causal Methods and Implementation in SAS® by Doug Faries et al. brings together best practices for causal-based comparative effectiveness analyses based on real world data in a single location. Example SAS code is provided to make the analyses relatively easy and efficient. The book also presents several emerging topics of interest, including algorithms for personalized medicine, methods that address the complexities of time varying confounding, extensions of propensity scoring to comparisons between more than two interventions, sensitivity analyses for unmeasured confounding, and implementation of model averaging.

 

For those at the cutting edge

Are you ready to take your understanding of IoT to the next level? Intelligence at the Edge: Using SAS® with the Internet of Things edited by Michael Harvey begins with a brief description of the Internet of Things, how it has evolved over time, and the importance of SAS’s role in the IoT space. The book will continue with a collection of chapters showcasing SAS’s expertise in IoT analytics. Topics include Using SAS Event Stream Processing to process real world events, connectivity, using the ESP Geofence window, applying analytics to streaming data, using SAS Event Stream Processing in a typical IoT reference architecture, the role of SAS Event Stream Manager in managing ESP deployments in an IoT ecosystem, how to use deep learning with Your IoT Digital, accounting for data quality variability in streaming GPS data for location-based analytics, and more!

 

 

 

Keep an eye out for these titles releasing in the next two months! We hope this list will help in your search for a SAS book that will get you to the next step in updating your SAS skills. To learn more about SAS Press, check out our up-and-coming titles, and to receive exclusive discounts make sure to subscribe to our newsletter.

Foresight is 2020! New books to take your skills to the next level was published on SAS Users.

8月 192019
 

As you will have read in my last blog, businesses are demanding better outcomes, and through IoT initiatives big data is only getting bigger. This presents a clear opportunity for organisations to start thinking seriously about how to leverage analytics with their other investments. Demands on supply chains have also [...]

Can the artificial intelligence of things make the supply chain intelligent? was published on SAS Voices by Tim Clark

9月 292018
 

The Grand Buddha at Ling Shan, located on the northern bank of Taihu Lake near Wuxi, China is a fitting metaphor for smart city initiatives in China, specifically Wuxi in the Jiangsu Province in Eastern China.  One of the largest Buddha statues in the world, the bronze monument reaches 88 [...]

What Wuxi can teach us about being a smart city was published on SAS Voices by Lee Ann Dietz

9月 142018
 

What’s that buzz on the power line? It’s AI, of course! But what is AIoT, you ask?  It is applying artificial intelligence (AI) to data from smart devices connected by the Internet of Things (IoT). AI is the science of training systems to perform human tasks through learning and automation. [...]

Five ways that AIoT delivers value to utilities was published on SAS Voices by Alyssa Farrell

8月 272018
 

My buddy Chris recently blogged about accessing the IoT data from an M&M jar being monitored in one of the breakrooms at SAS. Now I'm going to take things a step further and analyze that data with some graphs. Grab a snack, and follow along, as we dig into this [...]

The post IoT: Monitoring the M&M supply in our breakroom appeared first on SAS Learning Post.

6月 192018
 

We have entered the “second machine age.” The first machine age began with the industrial revolution, which was driven primarily by technology innovation. The ability to generate massive amounts of mechanical power made humans more productive. Where the steam engine started the industrial revolution, the second machine age has taken [...]

Will artificial intelligence replace humans? was published on SAS Voices by Charlie Chase

10月 272017
 

If you’ve been waiting for the buzz to settle around the Internet of Things before deciding how to invest in this new technology space, now’s the time to stop waiting. I’ve been working in the technology sector for a few decades, and the innovation and excitement I’m seeing around IoT [...]

The Internet of Things is happening now was published on SAS Voices by Randy Guard

10月 022017
 

As smart city endeavors continue to ramp up globally, city planners and leaders are often curious to learn how cities around the world are planning to make their cities smarter with the Internet of Things. Recently, my colleagues and I met with a team from a major city in China [...]

Will smart cities in China differ from smart cities elsewhere? was published on SAS Voices by Lee Ann Dietz