Tube strikes are the best advert for M2M ever

Well, they could be People often say to me, “Oi mate, didn’t you see that red light?” Honestly, if I’ve heard that line once, I’ve heard it a thousand times.

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Tomorrow’s IoT leaders must offer more than automated lip service

Today’s Internet companies put the Dis into service.

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If we don’t respect the driverless car, they could blow up on us!

Tread carefully when exploring the Internet of things – and for goodness sake keep your vehicle locked when it’s unattended!

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We need more student Dr Evils to succeed in the Internet of Things

Who could fail to be excited by commanding an army of machines

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Can anyone fine tune the Energy Union on an industrial scale?

If there’s one company with the right platform it could be GE Software.

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Who wants to turn their house into a data centre?

There are a couple of new ways home owners can cash in on the M2M boom. I know which I prefer…

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Paralysed by indecision on the road to the IoT

There’s a bewildering number of options for advancement in M2M. If only we could find a machine to make the navigation decisions for us

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Who knows how big the data is going to get

They say that the Internet of Things has a protocol problem. But the communications bottlenecks are nothing compared to when humans conspire to cock up

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Internet of Animals

I don’t care how gung ho you are about the Internet of Things, it’s impossible not to feel a pang of anxiety about the onslaught of automation.

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We need to train the next generation how to create the Internet of Things

We need to train the next generation how to create the Internet of things. But the process of passing information from human to human is still a work in progress.

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How ‘Hemline Theory’ explains recent trends in machine-to-machine communications

(Blog) September 4, 2014 — Could PKI become fashionably late? It’s often said that information technology is actually a fashion industry, says Nick Booth. Trends come in, lose their flavour in the course of a season and get ditched for something newer and racier. But they never quite disappear. Then 10 years later, they’ll suddenly

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Complex logistical challenges must be made to disappear

A lot of hard engineering graft goes into making technology look simple. On Demand Connectivity is a case in point and the process of creating open communications without compromising security needs constant fine-tuning, writes Nick Booth.

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