BigData News Sunday, March 25 Industrial internet, Control systems, Coffee shops & more…


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IIC: Industrial IoT Reference Architecture

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  • The Industrial Internet Consortium published in 2017 a new revision to theirIndustrial IoT Reference Architecture document(the IIRA).
  • The IIRA is at home in the midst of the battle between OT and IT – – Two already warring camps those that manage sprawling enterprise-level IT architectures and services, and those that run real-world-connected industrial control systems, have long ago marked out their territories.
  • Section 6 of the IIRA document sums up the future of IIoT in a way that promises a better world for industrial control engineers: – – Riding on continued advancement of computation and communication technologies, the industrial internet can dramatically transform industrial control systems in two major themes: – -…
  • As the IIRA progresses, the Viewpoints are tied into systems and classified into five functional domains: – – Note the importance of the control domain in the below borrowed figure 6-5 Control is highly valued, and made to respond to not only physical sensing, but also operational and application data…
  • As the 58 page document progresses, it defines systems and architectures into tiers, domains, networks and data flow.

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Solving the Dutch Pot Paradox: Legal to Buy, but Not to Grow

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  • It forces us to legal splits, said Hendrik Brand, who has run the popular de Baron coffee shop in the southern city of Breda for decades.
  • We have to be honest about the current situation, where organized crime has taken over marijuana growing situations, said Arno Rutte, a lawmaker with the Peoples Party for Freedom and Democracy, or VVD, a liberal party currently in the four-party governing coalition.
  • Whatever final shape the pilot project takes, it is likely to create a multimillion-dollar industry, and stakeholders from corporate greenhouse suppliers to coffee shop owners are vying for a say.
  • We ask to be part of making the rules, said Nicole Maalst, an activist who helps represent nearly half the 567 Dutch coffee shops nationwide.
  • The coffee shops are a fixture of neighborhood life in many Dutch cities.

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Top 20 Python AI and Machine Learning Open Source Projects

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  • We update the top AI and Machine Learning projects in Python.
  • Here we update the information and examine the trends since our previous post Top 20 Python Machine Learning Open Source Projects (Nov 2016).
  • Compared to 2016, the projects with the fastest growth in number of contributors were – – Also new in 2018: – – – – – – Fig. 1: Top 20 Python AI and Machine Learning projects on Github.
  • The list below gives projects in descending order based on the number of contributors on Github.
  • The change in number of contributors is versus 2016 KDnuggets Post on Top 20 Python Machine Learning Open Source Projects.

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