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  • BRABUS Car Customizer

    BRABUS Car Customizer


    Date added: 2013-07-02


    The interactive BRABUS Car Configurator is very data hungry and the system requirements are increasing rapidly as they add new car models, additional design functions, and integrated videos. The Black Point Arts Cloud City is powered by IBM PureSystems and can be expanded dynamically to meet BRABUS' needs. (Credit: BRABUS)

     

     



  • New York’s Lake George the “Smartest Lake” in the World

    New Project Aims to Make New York’s Lake George the “Smartest Lake” in the World


    Date added: 2013-06-27


    IBM Research Scientist Harry Kolar (right), Sandra Nierzwicki-Bauer of the RPI Darrin Fresh Water Institute (center) and Eric Siy from The FUND to Save Lake George scout locations for new sensors which will be part of a three-year, multi-million dollar collaboration between the partners to make Lake George the world's "smartest" lake, on Thursday, June 27, 2013, Bolton Landing, NY. The project will help researchers understand how to manage complex factors — including road salt, storm water runoff and invasive species — which are threatening Lake George, one of the world’s most pristine natural ecosystems and an economic cornerstone of the New York State tourism industry. (Erin Reid Coker/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     



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    Making Lake George the “Smartest Lake” in the World


    Date added: 2013-06-27


    The Jefferson Project at Lake George is a multi-million dollar collaboration between Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, IBM, and The FUND for Lake George. Its goal is to understand and manage complex factors—from road salt, storm water runoff and invasive species—threatening one of the world’s most pristine natural ecosystems and an economic cornerstone of the New York tourism industry.

     

     





  • Ugandan Boy Enjoys Water from a Tap

    Ugandan Boy Enjoys Water from a Tap


    Date added: 2013-06-06


    A Ugandan boy enjoys drinking clean water at a waterpoint in a suburb of Kampala as the Ugandan Government signs the first Water Cost Index deal in Africa with Waterfund and IBM. The Water Cost Index will support Uganda in attracting financing for its water infrastructure projects key for driving the country's economic growth and the agricultural, tourism and the emerging oil and gas sector in Uganda. Photo Credit: Ronald Kabuubi/Feature Photo Service for IBM

     

     


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