Innovative Expanded Kuzzle IoT Backend Solution To Showcase at CES 2018

Kuzzle recently confirmed plans to release worldwide their expanded Backend suite with ready-to-use advanced features for IoT, Mobile, and Webat at CES Las Vegas, January 9-12, 2018.

According to a provided media release, Kuzzle Backend includes Real-Time, Multi-Device, Multi-Protocol, Geo-Tracking, Geo-Fencing, Security, Device Provisioning and User Authentication turnkey features. It’s suitable for web-apps, hybrid or native mobile apps and IoT projects.

Kuzzle is a fast-growing technology startup that helps companies boost digital and IoT innovation, reduce the time to build new age apps while delivering seamless customer experience across all channels and devices.

Kuzzle Backend platform enables multiple industries – including energy/utilities, healthcare, media publishing and banking – to bring a digital product from inception to market in weeks instead of months. It acts as a middleware to facilitate M2M communication, thus enabling the creation of rich, hybrid omnichannel application environments.

Kuzzle sets apart from other solutions in the market with its capabilities to handle high volume of simultaneous users, devices and messages processed across a variety of IoT networks such as LoRa, Sigfox, WIFI or GSM and through a variety of communication protocols such as MQTT, Websocket or HTTP REST. With its scalable platform, Kuzzle is the perfect product market fit to address IoT projects in the Connected Car, Smart Home, Smart City, Industrial IoT and Connected Health Businesses.

“Our Backend platform for new digital ageapps revolutionizes the world of development and is a perfect solution to face today’s digital innovation and transformation challenges,” said Jacques Le Conte, CEO of Kuzzle. “Having received an incredible amount of praise and feedback, I am proud to drive the international development of this project, which demonstrates our ability to offer the next generation of innovative real time IoT and digital products.”

Kuzzle will be featured at CES in the Eureka Park Marketplace within the Sands Expo Center, Hall G, Booth 51249.

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Robots Under Pressure

Elon Musk took to Instagram to post another video of Tesla’s team of KUKA industrial robots at work building the Model 3, to showcase Tesla’s focus on automation in its development of electric vehicles. Earlier this week Musk sent out a video of Tesla’s Model 3 assembly line slowed down to 1/10th speed.

The new video, described as, “Stamping Model 3 body panels (real-time)” shows the automated process of fabricating the electric vehicle’s body at full speed. This comes amid numerous advances and controversies surrounding the automation of production. A few days ago, Jane Kim of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors established a committee dubbed the Jobs of the Future Fund, to explore how best to smooth the transition toward more automation.

Stamping Model 3 Body Panels (real-time)

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Skeptics of an automated future like World Bank Chief Jim Yong Kim warn that humans are in for a job disruption not seen since the industrial revolution, and that we’d best invest in education and health. Kim argues that intelligent automation and reactionary political elements may threaten economic development (e.g., the resistance to forces of globalization)—putting the world, Kim adds, on a “crash course.”

But billionaire entrepreneur and Virgin Group founder Richard Branson thinks we have meaningful alternatives, telling the BI Nordic reporters that a safety net provided by a basic income could help counter the effects of artificial intelligence and increased automation.

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Musk is likely sending out these videos in response to claims that the Model 3 is largely being built by hand, a claim which Tesla has stated to be “fundamentally wrong and misleading.” The company has been unable to keep pace with production level announced by Musk just this past summer.

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Another statement from Tesla said, “We are simply working through the S-curve of production that we drew out for the world to see at our launch event in July. There’s a reason it’s called production hell.”

We can expect more videos of Musk proving the Model 3 is in the hands of an autonomous, streamlined production line. Hopefully, soon we can see the results of the process finally translate into speedy production. The company has so far had difficulty meeting the high demand of the new model.

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