Artificial Intelligence

The IoT could help the UK cut 17.4M tonnes of CO2

A report from Vodafone and WPI Economics has found that emerging technologies like the IoT and 5G could help the UK cut 17.4 million tonnes of CO2 per year. Earlier this...

IoT Tech Expo 2021: Smart buildings, digital transformation and measuring success

The Internet of Things (IoT) has certainly come a long way since it was first coined, purely as a concept, by Kevin Ashton in 1999 during his time working with Procter&Gamble....

Argo AI and Volkswagen debut ID. BUZZ AD self-driving van

Argo AI and its partner Volkswagen have debuted the first-generation ID. BUZZ AD self-driving test van at this year’s IAA. The vehicle combines a retro-futuristic design with powerful technology including SAE...

How IoT security translates from buzzword to opportunity

More and more companies looking for turnkey managed solutions for their IoT technologies, to not only secure their applications but also comply with data security regulations, says Adam Weinberg, Co-founder &...

Internet Of Things

IIoT adoption is accelerating in response to COVID-19

Research from satellite giant Inmarsat has found a rapid acceleration in IIoT deployments in response to COVID-19. Over three-quarters (77%) of the surveyed organisations have now deployed at least one IoT...

Quectel and IoTerop make IOWA’s LwM2M software available on BG95 modules

Quectel Wireless Solutions, a leading provider of cellular IoT modules and antennas, and IoTerop, a leading Lightweight M2M (LwM2M) software service provider, have partnered to offer IoTerop’s IOWA LwM2M 1.1 client...

Urban-Air Port and Hyundai are building 65 electric airports for cleaner travel

A partnership between UK startup Urban-Air Port and Hyundai will result in the creation of 65 electric airports for cleaner urban air travel. Transport is one of the biggest polluters but...

Explainer: Why is 5G Highly Important for IoT?

The rapid rollout of 5G services will provide the needed bandwidth, low latency, and security for a variety of IoT applications. The 5th generation of network bandwidth has arrived with a bigger purpose altogether – to bring global devices closer and build intelligent IoT ecosystems. It is a significant step

Edge Computing

How Can Edge Computing Help IoT Reach its Full Potential? – EnterpriseTalk

How Can Edge Computing Help IoT Reach its Full Potential?  EnterpriseTalk...

EDJX and Cubic Corporation Partner to Launch the Internet of Military Things Edge Platform – PRNewswire

EDJX and Cubic Corporation Partner to Launch the Internet of Military Things Edge Platform  PRNewswire...

Verizon CEO Anticipates Edge-Led Enterprise ‘Land Grab’ – SDxCentral

Verizon CEO Anticipates Edge-Led Enterprise 'Land Grab'  SDxCentral...

IIoT adoption is accelerating in response to COVID-19

Research from satellite giant Inmarsat has found a rapid acceleration in IIoT deployments in response to COVID-19. Over three-quarters (77%) of the surveyed organisations have now deployed at least one IoT...

Blockchain

IoT and blockchain – A paradigm shift

Data is the new source of developmental power today, in which good quality data represents big value. On the flipside, bad data is costing businesses 30% or more of their revenue. In...

Bosch turns to Fetch.ai’s Collective Learning network for ‘AIoT’ trials

Engineering giant Bosch is turning to Cambridge-based startup Fetch.ai for innovative “AIoT” trials. Fetch.ai is a blockchain (or distributed ledger, if you prefer) that is aiming to build a decentralised network...

What private blockchain means to telcos

While the telecoms sector is yet to fully embrace blockchain technology, Jonas Lundqvist, CEO at Haidrun, says that the arrival of private blockchain may change that and unlock a massive potential...

Blockchain in Telemedicine

Blockchain came with efficient solutions to multiple issues prevailing in telemedicine systems. Solutions to increasing counterfeit drugs, data breaches, and other significant factors became the driving force for Blockchain healthcare...

Security

Report Highlights Employee Device IoT Vulnerabilities

Employee home devices, which are often connected to corporate networks, were a source of IoT vulnerabilities during the pandemic. A report released this summer puts the growing threat of IoT vulnerabilities into perspective. The report found that attacks on IoT devices increased 700% in the past two years. As more

Kaspersky: Attacks on IoT devices double in a year

Research from the cybersecurity gurus at Kaspersky has found that attacks targeting IoT devices have doubled over the past year. The rapid proliferation of IoT devices, combined with often poor security,...

Road to Success: Ericsson’s connected car report highlights ‘significant’ opportunities

Ericsson has released a connected car report highlighting a number of “significant” monetisation opportunities for car manufacturers. The report – Connected Cars: Succeeding in the midst of economic and societal transformation –...

The risky new world of work

It’s fair to say that 2020 dramatically changed the workplace. Globally, governments mandated citizens to work from home, where possible. Large office blocks emptied as IT teams scrambled to implement technology...

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