Your world is hyper-connected and highly distributed. We created the EdgeIQ software platform specifically for you - managing smart products, operational systems and balancing computing resources between the edge and the cloud.
You have an overwhelming number of product and customer challenges. MachineShop’s Device Lifecycle Management offering was created just for you.
You manage the challenges and opportunities of connected operations and ecosystems more than anyone. Thousands of systems from dozens of suppliers all connected to different wired and wireless networks.
Bring the value of normalized and aggregated data from edge devices into your application or platform with a simple API call.
MachineShop encompasses special offerings for vertical markets and other key technology segments.
The Power of Edge Computing isn’t merely connecting the physical world to the cloud. It is not merely integrating operational data to your applications. Brilliantly Simple Edge Computing provides elegant and intelligent orchestration among all the pieces of highly distributed and hyper-connected world.
We simplify the deployment, monitoring and management of connected products so you can focus on its strategic customer value
We streamline the ingestion, translation, filtering, and federation of all your data that lives on the edge for you to understand and act upon
We give you the power to automate the collection, analysis, and integration of data, allowing you to connect to any cloud application or platform
Device Lifecycle Management (DLM) from MachineShop provides the technology to manage connected assets and products from configuration, administration, monitoring, updating and even decommissioning. Our turn-key offering allows product management, engineering and support organizations to focus on the core functional and user experience priorities.
MachineShop makes it easier for organizations to capture, understand and federate critical operational data - where and when it is generated. Removing latency in key processes is one of the most valuable benefits of edge computing. Edge Data Management also means providing normalized data to upstream services and applications - wherever they are.
The Edge and Cloud are two highly complementary and distributed nodes in a well balanced enterprise architecture. MachineShop’s Orchestration services automate key workflows and integrations that allow organizations to achieve the perfect balance in their hyperconnected and highly distributed world
BOSTON - July 17, 2018 - MachineShop, The Edge Computing Company, today announced the general availability of the latest release of its flagship product, EdgeIQ™ 3.0. EdgeIQ helps hundreds of organizations simplify the way they work with operational devices and their data. EdgeIQ also provides a powerful orchestration capability that seamlessly links the physical domain at the edge with key enterprise application and services in the cloud. The newest platform release marks a major architectural evolution and adds several important enhancements that make it easier for OEMs to incorporate device management services into their smart products.
The bulk of my experience primarily comes from a software background, working on medium to large scale projects with a mobile component as well as large-scale data intensive platforms. My formal experience within the “IoT” space is mostly involved with projects tracking data from a large number of connected devices. Coincidentally, I see this quite commonly throughout the industry - besides well designed, innovative hardware, which is of course important, the most interesting market opportunities have to do with managing and deriving insight from the data produced by fleets of devices. This includes efforts to apply machine learning and artificial intelligence either in the edge (the holy grail) or the cloud to that data.
BOSTON and DENVER, June 29th, 2018: MachineShop, the Edge Computing Company, today announced the appointment of Tony Hillerson as Vice President of Engineering and Product Development. Hillerson joins MachineShop from Verizon Location Services/Mapquest and will run the product development team based in Denver.