Michelle Davidson

Community Editor

Michelle Davidson is community editor at IDG Enterprise, managing the blogs for Network World, Computerworld, CIO, CSO and InfoWorld. Prior to that she was an editor for Network World, a reporter at SiliconANGLE, an editor at RAIN Group, an editor at TechTarget and an editor at Computerworld.

Data the key ingredient for restaurant chain success

Using IoT to help protect the U.S. food supply

Using IoT to help protect the U.S. food supply

Lineage Logistics uses IoT temperature and vibration sensors from Monnit Corp. to protect billions of pounds of warehoused food and cut energy costs.

10 of the coolest things made on 3D printers

10 of the coolest things made on 3D printers

Items created on 3D printers continue to amaze: bionic arms, prosthetics for animals, musical instruments, self-driving cars and more.

Smart cities: The rise of new C-level executives

Smart cities: The rise of new C-level executives

Smart cities are creating new types of C-level executives, including chief bicycle officer, chief innovation officer and chief data officer.

IoT catches on in New England fishing town

IoT catches on in New England fishing town

New Bedford, Massachusetts-area businesses discover the power of IoT-enabled sensors to improve farming, fishing and even winemaking.

Self-driving warehouse robots give Giant Eagle a lift

Self-driving warehouse robots give Giant Eagle a lift

Retailer uses Seegrid vision-guided, autonomous vehicles to increase productivity at distribution centers.

Case study: IoT lighting system cuts energy costs, improves productivity

Case study: IoT lighting system cuts energy costs, improves productivity

Using intelligent LED lighting systems from Digital Lumens, manufacturer Atlas Global Solutions reduced energy costs by 75% and increased productivity by 20%.

When tech and fashion collide

When tech and fashion collide

Boston MFA showcases 3D-printed fashions, laser-cut clothing and dresses sporting solar panels and LED lights in its #techstyle exhibit.

Columbus wins DOT’s Smart City Challenge

Columbus wins DOT’s Smart City Challenge

Columbus, Ohio, receives $50 million to implement smart transportation systems, including a self-driving transit line and smart transit corridors.

Smart City Challenge: 7 proposals for the future of transportation

Smart City Challenge: 7 proposals for the future of transportation

Finalists in the U.S. DOT’s Smart City Challenge make their final pitches for the $40 million prize, offering a glimpse into future urban travel.

How the IoT keeps Ben & Jerry’s ice cream safe

How the IoT keeps Ben & Jerry’s ice cream safe

Smart technology such as temperature sensors help Udder Ventures keep freezers at its Ben & Jerry's franchises running and prevent ice cream meltdowns

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