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Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDTAF)

Postby QualityStocks » Fri Dec 01, 2017 11:44 am

Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDTAF), a developer of Big-Data-as-a-Service ("BDaaS")-based solutions for data integration, business intelligence and Industrial Internet-of-Things ("IIoT") applications, is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The company's BDaaS enterprise applications platform provides custom cloud-based collection, storage, monitoring and advanced analysis of any data source of any size or complexity.

Carl Data Solutions provides smart, real-time solutions for industries that routinely face an overload of data. The company's team of dedicated data scientists and application developers build environmental monitoring and modeling technology that collects, connects and manages data to protect industrial and infrastructure assets. As experts in data collection, storage, analytics and reporting, the team is experienced in the complex issues facing governmental and industrial sectors and is well positioned in key IIoT market segments to offer customized solutions.

Among the benefits of CARL's Big Data solutions: turning vast quantities of information into meaningful, actionable insights for any business; gathering data from multiple sources and monitoring in real-time, allowing for better decision making and forecasting; identifying business performance issues or operational efficiencies quickly and accurately for cost and time savings; and, mitigating risks with predictive analytic capabilities to manage unplanned events.

The company's most recent acquisitions include:

- FlowWorks, a SaaS-based monitoring, data collection, alarming, modeling and reporting system utilized by major clients across North America.
- abEmbedded Systems Ltd., a Mesh and LoRa advanced telemetry platform using industrial grade custom sensors and data loggers operating in over 250 pump stations across North America.
- Extend to Social (ETS), a social media application that adds a deep analytics layer that provides clients with valuable insights for new marketing campaigns plus behavioral characteristics for customer service, operations and product development.

Carl Data Solutions provides scalable solutions that integrate public data, Smart IIoT and legacy devices that provides real-time alarming and data analysis. Development of a framework that manages large volumes of diverse types of both structured and unstructured data, stored in an unlimited cloud-based platform that offers advanced analytics features for deeper data insights, provides instant analysis of any inbound data. CARL's applications locate relationships and patterns, which can then predict the probability of specific events, providing valuable insights applicable to any entity dealing with operational issues and regulatory requirements. Both technical and business users are able to quickly and easily understand the impact of environmental events on infrastructure through a comprehensive suite of dashboards, geographic information systems and graphic tools.

The company's predictive analytics, machine learning, and web-based applications can be utilized for waste and storm water management, in the protection of oil and gas pipeline stream crossings, and by hydro-electric dams and toxic tailing ponds, among other industrial uses. The global industrial IoT market alone is expected to reach USD $933.62 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. (http://nnw.fm/yLBv0). Businesses are seeking new operating models that will increase overall productivity, enhance operational efficiency, improve visibility and reduce complexities of various processes – all of which are targets of Carl's Data Solutions.

An expert management team is at the company core with Greg Johnston leading as its president, CEO and director. Johnston is an experienced technology professional with a proven track record of leadership success within both large multinational corporations and small start-up technology ventures.
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Re: Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDT

Postby QualityStocks » Mon Dec 04, 2017 4:57 pm

Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDTAF) is “One to Watch”

- Carl’s innovative IIoT Big Data platform technology services any industry vertical
- Rapidly expanding Big Data and IIoT market estimated at $14.4 trillion by 2022
- 2016 revenue at $1.08 million with 2018 revenue projection at $3.9 million

Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDTAF), a developer of Big-Data-as-a-Service (“BDaaS”)-based solutions for data integration, business intelligence and Industrial Internet-of-Things (“IIoT”) applications, is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The company’s BDaaS enterprise applications platform provides custom cloud-based collection, storage, monitoring and advanced analysis of any data source of any size or complexity.

Carl Data Solutions provides smart, real-time solutions for industries that routinely face an overload of data. The company’s team of dedicated data scientists and application developers build environmental monitoring and modeling technology that collects, connects and manages data to protect industrial and infrastructure assets. As experts in data collection, storage, analytics and reporting, the team is experienced in the complex issues facing governmental and industrial sectors and is well positioned in key IIoT market segments to offer customized solutions.

Among the benefits of CARL’s Big Data solutions: turning vast quantities of information into meaningful, actionable insights for any business; gathering data from multiple sources and monitoring in real-time, allowing for better decision making and forecasting; identifying business performance issues or operational efficiencies quickly and accurately for cost and time savings; and, mitigating risks with predictive analytic capabilities to manage unplanned events.

The company’s most recent acquisitions include:

FlowWorks, a SaaS-based monitoring, data collection, alarming, modeling and reporting system utilized by major clients across North America.
abEmbedded Systems Ltd., a Mesh and LoRa advanced telemetry platform using industrial grade custom sensors and data loggers operating in over 250 pump stations across North America.
Extend to Social (ETS), a social media application that adds a deep analytics layer that provides clients with valuable insights for new marketing campaigns plus behavioral characteristics for customer service, operations and product development.
Carl Data Solutions provides scalable solutions that integrate public data, Smart IIoT and legacy devices that provides real-time alarming and data analysis. Development of a framework that manages large volumes of diverse types of both structured and unstructured data, stored in an unlimited cloud-based platform that offers advanced analytics features for deeper data insights, provides instant analysis of any inbound data. CARL’s applications locate relationships and patterns, which can then predict the probability of specific events, providing valuable insights applicable to any entity dealing with operational issues and regulatory requirements. Both technical and business users are able to quickly and easily understand the impact of environmental events on infrastructure through a comprehensive suite of dashboards, geographic information systems and graphic tools.

The company’s predictive analytics, machine learning, and web-based applications can be utilized for waste and storm water management, in the protection of oil and gas pipeline stream crossings, and by hydro-electric dams and toxic tailing ponds, among other industrial uses. The global industrial IoT market alone is expected to reach USD $933.62 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. (http://nnw.fm/yLBv0). Businesses are seeking new operating models that will increase overall productivity, enhance operational efficiency, improve visibility and reduce complexities of various processes – all of which are targets of Carl’s Data Solutions.

An expert management team is at the company core with Greg Johnston leading as its president, CEO and director. Johnston is an experienced technology professional with a proven track record of leadership success within both large multinational corporations and small start-up technology ventures.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CarlSolutions.com
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Re: Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDT

Postby QualityStocks » Mon Dec 04, 2017 5:21 pm

NetworkNewsBreaks – Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDTAF) Successfully Completes Assets Acquisition

Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDTAF) this morning announced that pursuant to the asset purchase agreement the company entered on November 30, 2017 with AB Embedded Systems Ltd., it has completed the acquisition of certain AB Embedded intellectual property assets, tangible assets, and intangible assets. The acquisition is comprised of a combination of hardware design and development tools which enables Carl Data to provide custom devices for its clients, as well as board prototyping and micro manufacturing equipment that permits the company to complete in-house product development. On November 30, the company issued AB Embedded 400,000 common shares at a price of $0.32 per share in connection with the acquisition. "The AB Acquisition is in line with Carl's commitment to acquire complimentary companies and technology. In the case of AB, this acquisition will allow our company to be more turn key when implementing our solutions. Complimentary hardware and telemetry solutions will mean faster integration of our SaaS based applications for customers at a very competitive price point," Carl Data CEO Greg Johnston stated in the news release.
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Re: Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDT

Postby QualityStocks » Tue Dec 05, 2017 6:59 pm

NetworkNewsBreaks – Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDTAF) Inks LOI for Solid Waste Management Pilot

Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDTAF) this morning announced that it has signed a Letter of Intent (“LOI”) for an upcoming pilot project. In cooperation with Peak Disposal Services Inc., Carl Data is expanding further into the solid waste management sector of the Industrial IoT (“IIoT”) by developing an industrial-grade solid waste management monitoring system. Peak Disposal expects to implement the system once it is successfully tested. "The development and launch of this new service allows us to enter a new vertical in need of environmental IIoT monitoring solutions. We are sure Peak Disposal will see a huge increase in overall efficiency when our system is deployed and look forward to rolling out this monitoring system to other companies with similar needs," Carl Data VP of Business Development Kevin Marsh stated in the news release.
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Re: Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDT

Postby QualityStocks » Thu Dec 07, 2017 5:09 pm

The Future’s Next Mega-Trend is Here as Smart Companies Embrace the Industrial Internet of Things

NetworknewsWire Editorial Coverage: Famed inventor and engineer Nikola Tesla believed, “The future of our problems does not lie in destroying, but in mastering the machine.” This insightful comment published in a 1935 edition of Liberty magazine (http://nnw.fm/4dNcY) is material to today’s world and the billions of Internet-connected devices, or “machines,” now gathering, analyzing and storing the millions of terabytes of data being created. These multibillions of devices, embedded with electronics, software, sensors and connectivity that enables objects to collect and exchange data, populate what is known as the “Internet of Things,” or “IoT.” Tesla would have felt right at home with the innovations of visionary companies such as Carl Data Solutions, Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE:7C5) (OTC: CDTAF) (Carl Data Profile) Teradata Corp. (NYSE: TDC), Splunk, Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK), Oracle Corp. (NYSE: ORCL), and International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM), all of which are transforming key technologies in the digital world of Big Data.

Carl Data Solutions (CSE: CRL) (FSE:7C5) (OTC:CDTAF), a Canadian developer of Big-Data-as-a-Service (“BDaaS”)-based solutions for data integration, business intelligence and Industrial Internet-of-Things (“IIoT”) applications, turns vast quantities of information into meaningful, actionable insights for any business. The company’s strategic business model, which is scalable to any industry, focuses on environmental sensor monitoring and modeling technology, connecting the IIoT, and collecting and managing data to protect industrial and infrastructure assets.

Who needs this type of protection? Literally any industry that could possibly be affected by costly natural disasters or emergencies, or any industry that routinely faces an overload of data. With respect to the former, since 1980 the United States alone has experienced more than 200 weather and climate-related disasters with cumulative costs exceeding $1.1 trillion, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (http://nnw.fm/7RRpb).

Supported by a team of professional and experience data scientists and application developers, Carl Data builds environmental monitoring and modeling technology that collects, connects and manages data to protect industrial and infrastructure assets from natural disaster or other burden.

Carl Data Solutions is well-positioned in key IIoT market segments and offers customized low cost, low power, high quality hardware to collect complete, high accuracy information in near real-time. Custom sensors, data loggers, wireless networks and gateways are designed to meet current and future IIoT standards. Carl Data Solutions and one of its subsidiaries, FlowWorks, provides a prime example of an IIoT solution serving the water and waste water facilities of large and small cities located throughout North America.

Engineering and service companies have also signed on as partners, which allows the FlowWorks system to be used across multiple verticals utilizing data from a wide variety of industries. Carl Data Solutions also adapted its FlowWorks technology to enhance environmental monitoring at mines. The new app is being used at Teck’s Fording River Operations in British Columbia’s Elk Valley, where it helps monitor site water levels and provides predictive modeling to forecast future water levels up to seven days (http://nnw.fm/zie3G).

Greg Johnston, CEO and president of Carl Data Solutions, notes that while government and industries around the world clamor for assistance when natural disasters strike, the answer to many of these inevitable problems is adequate preparation based on facts. The company’s predictive analytics, machine learning and web-based applications deliver results that alert its clients to potential danger, so assessments can be made on critical infrastructure. Gathering data from any sensor, monitoring system, historical data or online source before a disaster strikes can provide critical information to decision-makers. The value of collecting data in order to be prepared for any event can’t be overstated and public agencies should incorporate IoT data into their emergency response plans, an article in the Harvard Business Review states (http://nnw.fm/muKT5).

Analysts forecast that business-to-business marketing and spending on IoT technologies and solutions will reach US$267 billion by 2020 as Internet-enabled devices stream more and more data (http://nnw.fm/g6dBm). A BusinessWire article notes that IoT technologies and solutions are anticipated to transform virtually every industry vertical across consumer, enterprise, and industrial segments (http://nnw.fm/Gc0Uk). In a report titled, “Internet of Things (IoT) Technologies, Solutions, and Market Opportunities 2017 – 2022,” a future is outlined that declares successful companies will be those that “understand how and where IoT technologies and solutions will drive opportunities for operational improvements, new and enhanced products and services, as well as completely new business models.”

Carl Data appears to recognize this opportunity, as its predictive analytics, machine learning, and web-based applications can be utilized for waste and storm water management, in the protection of oil and gas pipeline stream crossings, and by hydro-electric dams and toxic tailing ponds, among other industrial uses.

Opportunities in IIoT exist for R&D, technology integration, and development of new solutions and applications, as Carl Data Solutions and its industry peers are well aware. One of those companies, Teradata (NYSE: TDC), based in Dayton, Ohio, provides analytic data products and related services. The firm operates in two segments: data and analytics, which captures, integrates, stores, manages, and analyzes data of all types. Its solutions include components such as data warehousing, big data, discovery tools, integration tools, and business intelligence tools, to manage and integrate the complex data ecosystem (http://nnw.fm/5DsZe).

Splunk (NASDAQ: SPLK) is another company providing software for machine log analysis. The firm’s flagship solution is Splunk Enterprise, used for application management, IT operations and security. The company primarily deploys its solutions on-premises, though the SaaS delivery model is growing in popularity with Splunk Cloud, and recently helped a major client, Heartland Jiffy Lube, to modernize its security while reducing the cost of security operations (http://nnw.fm/zsEC8).

Oracle (NYSE: ORCL), based in Redwood City, California, sells a wide range of enterprise IT solutions, including databases, middleware, applications, and hardware. Oracle recently announced the launch of its 18c database product, which is a major improvement from the company’s legacy database products given that it is entirely cloud-based. The new product is billed as a “self-driving” database because once a problem is identified, the database can repair itself through its artificial intelligence systems (http://nnw.fm/yc2LQ).

International Business Machines Corporation, better known by its ticker IBM, is an IT giant with an operating history dating back more than a century. The company’s offerings span a range of services, software, and hardware. IBM operates on a global scale, with operations in over 170 countries. The firm has an entrenched position globally within the largest multinational firms, providing an end-to-end portfolio that helps enterprises’ plan, build, manage, and maintain IT infrastructure, platforms, applications, and services. IBM is also reportedly planning to be an industry leader in blockchain technology (http://nnw.fm/NE6mA).

There is no doubt the world is quickly becoming more interconnected and that a concerted shift from “one size fits all” is underway. Companies with experienced leadership and innovative technologies and solutions will be at the forefront of the IoT explosion as it sweeps the globe. A Goldman Sachs equity research paper, titled, “The Internet of Things: Making Sense of the Next Mega-Trend,” describes the potential of IoT to transform the world as a “wide open opportunity” (http://nnw.fm/jIvU1). Making significant advancements since the publication three years ago, the potential of IoT to impact efficiency across a wide range of sub-sectors is enormous and is certain to create new winners in a world where everything is connected. For companies like Carl Data, this hyper interconnectivity is a breeding ground of opportunity.

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Re: Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDT

Postby QualityStocks » Thu Dec 07, 2017 5:40 pm

NetworkNewsBreaks – Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDTAF) Enters LOI for Acquisition of Cryptocurrency Mining Hardware and Joint Development of IIoT BlockChain Technology

Carl Data Solutions (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDTAF) this morning announced that it has entered into a Letter of Intent (“LOI”) with Connected Fintech for the acquisition of cryptocurrency mining hardware and to partner in joint development of a new, innovative IIoT BlockChain technology. The first-of-its-kind technology will be integrated into Carl Data's machine learning, predictive analytics and operational metrics for cryptocurrency mining hardware. Regarding the LOI that contemplates entering a definitive agreement on or before January 2, 2018, Greg Johnston, Carl Data President and CEO, stated, "Consistent with our business plan to acquire new complimentary products and services, our partnership with Connected Fintech Inc. will allow us to develop the first IIoT BlockChain. The technology will allow us to build in accountability, transparency and security into the transactions of data from various measurement devices. We are very excited to introduce this new technology into the IIoT space and know it will be of tremendous value for our customers and all consumers of environmental monitoring data."
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Re: Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDT

Postby QualityStocks » Fri Dec 08, 2017 7:53 pm

Innovative Data Solutions Companies on Pace to Change the World

NetworkNewsWire Editorial Coverage: The technology driving the Internet of Things (IoT) enables person-to-person, person-to-object and object-to-object connections that facilitate increased productivity, greater operational efficiency and streamlined work processes. Adoption of cloud computing and the ability of IoT technology to reduce costs are the main driving forces behind the growth of this technology. It is estimated that by 2020 there will be over 50 billion things connected globally, and Grand View Research predicts that the industrial IoT market will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of almost 28 percent to reach USD $933 billion by 2025. Of course, this level of connectivity will generate a vast amount of data that has to be stored and processed, and Carl Data Solutions, Inc. (OTC: CDTAF) (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (Carl Data Profile) is one competitive company well-positioned to take advantage of the anticipated growth in this market. Other companies gearing up to support IoT technology-adopting enterprises include Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO), Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), Baidu, Inc. (NASDAQ: BIDU) and Intuit, Inc. (NASDAQ: INTU).

Data-gathering sensors are critical elements in IoT systems, and the affordability of fully-automated systems improves as the price of sensors continues to fall. Automation is set to have a massive impact on our daily lives, from smart homes to smart applications within city, utility and factory infrastructures. The major challenge presented by the growth in this industry is how to handle the large amounts of data generated.

Focused on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Vancouver-based Carl Data Solutions (OTC: CDTAF) (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) facilitates data collection, storage and analytics for data-centric companies. The company leverage its team of data scientists and application developers to build environmental monitoring and modeling technology. Guided by an experienced management team, it has taken advantage of IoT market opportunities through strategic acquisitions to build up its customer base in specific verticals.

In 2015, Carl Data acquired FlowWorks, a company with a proprietary system for SaaS-based monitoring, data collection, alarming and reporting. Further expanding its portfolio, Carl Data earlier this month completed its acquisition of certain intellectual property assets, tangible assets, and intangible assets from AB Embedded Systems Ltd, a company with advanced telemetry technology operating in over 250 pump stations across North America. The acquired assets provide Carl Data the tools needed to provide custom devices for its clients, according to a news release announcing the move (http://nnw.fm/Hma0Q). The included equipment for board prototyping and micro manufacturing also allows the company to pursue complete in-house product development with the shortest possible time to market.

“The AB Acquisition is in line with Carl’s commitment to acquire (complementary) companies and technology. In the case of AB, this acquisition will allow our company to be more turn key when implementing our solutions. (Complementary) hardware and telemetry solutions will mean faster integration of our SaaS based applications for customers at a very competitive price point,” Carl Data CEO Greg Johnston stated in the press release.

Carl Data’s current portfolio also includes Extend to Social (ETS), a social media application that adds a deep analytics layer to provide clients with valuable insights for new marketing campaigns plus behavioral characteristics for customer service, operations and product development. These strategic acquisitions brought established clients on board in the wastewater and stormwater, oil and gas, dams, reservoirs and tailings ponds sectors, positioning Carl Data with market opportunity in a number of growing verticals.

The core of Carl Data’s complete, turnkey, end-to-end solution is its collection of information from billions of data points, which is stored in scalable, customized cloud-computing facilities and then analyzed. Data analysis can take several forms depending on client requirements, including reporting, alarming, predictive analytics and machine learning. The company has the ability to handle any amount of big data, generating reports for plant management and automated alarms when plant conditions need to be corrected. Carl Data uses algorithms for predictive analytics, producing a seven-day forecast of the impact of future events on a company’s assets and enabling it to take preventative measures. The company also has advanced artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities that can be employed for machine learning, enabling equipment to self-diagnose and self-correct.

A quick look at one of the company’s most recent endeavors in the waste management market, which globally is expected to reach $562 billion by 2020, demonstrates a single avenue of its many opportunities. On December 5, 2017, Carl Data announced its continued expansion into the solid waste management sector of the IIoT through a letter of intent with Peak Disposal Services, Inc. for the development of an industrial-grade monitoring system.

Peak Disposal manages hundreds of containers for the Vancouver-area construction and movie industries. The partnership with Carl Data aims to address the need for monitoring systems durable enough to survive the rough treatment common on these work sites. Peak Disposal has as many as 140 containers that would benefit from this system and expects to implement Carl Data’s system for automation and data gathering purposes once it is successfully tested. With Carl Data’s ability to analyze data trends, location-based fill-level forecasting and other predictions will help reduce Peak Disposal’s time and monetary expenses.

“In North America and around the world, solid waste management has become a huge concern. The development and launch of this new service allows us to enter a new vertical in need of environmental IIoT monitoring solutions. We are sure Peak Disposal will see a huge increase in overall efficiency when our system is deployed and look forward to rolling out this monitoring system to other companies with similar needs,” Kevin Marsh, Carl Data’s VP of Business Development, stated in the press release about the LOI (http://nnw.fm/a7GOp).

Additionally, Carl Data has signed up many municipalities to use its technology for water and sewage infrastructure, including some of the biggest cities in North America. The potential for further business is huge, as the United States alone needs to spend an estimated $1 trillion in water infrastructure upgrades over the next 25 years. Companies in the oil and gas industry need predictive analytics on their pipelines to prevent potential environmental disasters. There is a long list of sectors that can benefit from this technology in a future where storing and analyzing big data will be key.

Carl Data’s capabilities place it among the ranks of larger companies like Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO). With a market cap of more than $180 billion, Cisco is the largest networking company in the world with various subsidiaries including OpenDNS, WebEx, Jabber and Jasper. From its headquarters in San Jose, Calif., the company develops, manufactures and markets Internet Protocol-based (IP) networking hardware to specific sectors, including energy management, domain security and IoT. Cisco has done seven acquisitions in 2017, including Springpath, a provider of hyper-convergence software. The company also acquired Perspica, which provides AI and learning-machine technologies.

Red Hat (NYSE: RHT) was founded in 1993 and has headquarters in Raleigh, N.C. With a market cap of just over USD $22 billion, the company provides open source software solutions including virtualization, operating system, cloud, mobile and storage technologies to global enterprises. In addition, it provides a consulting, support and training service to its clients. Red Hat is a strong proponent of open source licensing. On Nov. 27, 2017, the company, together with Facebook, Google and IBM, announced their commitment to extend additional rights to cure open source license compliance errors and mistakes.

Baidu (NASDAQ: BIDU) is a Chinese web services company located in Beijing. It is one of the largest Internet companies and also one of the leading AI companies in the world. The company develops innovative products, incorporating ways to interact with technology through AI and mobile devices. Baidu has the second largest search engine in the world and in December 2007 became the first Chinese company to be included in the NASDAQ-100 index.

Best known for its accounting program QuickBooks, Intuit (NASDAQ: INTU) is a business and financial software company that develops and markets financial, accounting and tax software to small businesses and accountants around the world. With a market cap of just under USD $40 billion, the company is in the process of adapting its software to work with IoT and virtual reality technologies. It aims to provide small business owners with the ability to have access to financial information and work remotely with their accounting professionals to facilitate faster and easier business decisions.

The Internet of Things is destined to have a huge impact on industry, business and the way we conduct our daily lives. These companies are well positioned to support enterprises in the adoption of this technology and provide facilities for the collection, storage and analysis of data, creating significant opportunities for investment in an ever-growing sector on the brink of what is widely described as the “fourth industrial revolution,” according to Carl Data Solutions CEO Greg Johnston.

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Re: Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDT

Postby QualityStocks » Mon Dec 11, 2017 6:10 pm

NetworkNewsBreaks – Carl Data Solutions Inc.’s (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDTAF) Polish Subsidiary Obtains EU Artificial Intelligence R Grant

Carl Data Solutions (CSE: CRL) (FSE: 7C5) (OTC: CDTAF) this morning said that its subsidiary in Poland has received a $300,000 research and development grant through the European Union (“EU”) to fund the exploration and development of artificial intelligence (“AI”) to monitor aging critical infrastructure. The company’s research will primarily focus on machine learning based AI that is able to continuously predict how anticipated storm events will impact water infrastructure, allowing the time needed for workers to protect cities from flooding and other damage. Carl Data Solutions Poland will work closely with the Department of Decision Systems and Robotics at Gdańsk University of Technology, coordinating with a research team of PhDs and engineers who have been studying water infrastructure for decades. "The outcome of this project has potential to allow Carl Data's Polish subsidiary to resell this innovative technology throughout the EU and North America. We are excited to have government and international support for developing these in-demand products and services," Carl Data CTO and an architect in designing the project Piotr Stepinski stated in the news release.
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