Our connected future: Smart building market & predictions

Increasing government initiatives, growing energy concerns, consumer demands, and various environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors are driving the growth of the smart building market, which is expected to register a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of over 23% between the period of 2020 – 2025.

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eSIM has entered a new era. Here’s why.

The ability of eSIM technology to deliver advanced security, seamless and flexible connectivity, and full end-to-end digitalisation along with myriad other benefits such as greener supply chains has long promised to transform the connected ecosystem, says Claus Dietze, chair of the TCA Board.

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EchoStar Mobile launches pan-European, satellite-based LoRa IoT early adopter program

Dublin, Ireland – EchoStar Mobile Limited, an agile, innovative mobile satellite services provider owned by EchoStar Corporation, announced the launch of an early adopter program for pan-European satellite-based LoRa Internet of Things (IoT) service and a white paper about accessing the benefits of massive IoT.

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Accenture acquires Ergo to expand data & AI capabilities and accelerate data-led transformation on the cloud

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina –  Accenture has acquired Ergo, a data-centred business located in Argentina that helps companies create a culture of data-driven decision-making using big data, analytics and artificial intelligence (AI). Ergo’s team of 200 data specialists will join the Data & AI team within Accenture Cloud First. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

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10 Best IoT Industry 4.0 Implementations

Businesses in the industry 4.0 sector face unceasing demands to become faster, smarter, leaner and more profitable. We’ve all heard of Smart Cities and Smart homes, but the fully automated and IoT-enabled Smart factory is also on the horizon. Indeed, it’s already possible today, says Darren Wall, freelance technology writer. The IoT (Internet of Things)

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Telefonica Tech and Grupo Alava join forces to offer a predictive maintenance solution for the industrial sector

Madrid Spain. 17 Jan 2022 – Telefonica Tech and Grupo Alava have signed a strategic agreement to jointly launch a predictive maintenance solution that will provide industrial companies with an advanced data platform with which to optimise their activity by being able to anticipate possible faults or defects in machinery through a predictive maintenance plan.

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IBM welcomes LG Electronics to the IBM quantum network

Seoul, South Korea. 10 Jan, 2022 – IBM announced that LG Electronics has joined the IBM Quantum Network to advance the industry applications of quantum computing.

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AAEON launches NanoCOM-TGU, a COM express type 10 powered by the 11th gen Intel core processor family

Taipei. 28 Dec –  To optimise embedded and mobile applications for IoT requirements, AAEON, a manufacturer of advanced hardware platforms for SDN, NFV, SD-WAN and white box uCPE solutions, announced the launch of NanoCOM-TGU, a COM Express Type 10 Powered by the 11th Generation Intel Core Processor Family (formerly Tiger Lake UP3).

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IoT set to overtake cloud computing as primary Industry 4.0 technology, Inmarsat research reveals

New research by Inmarsat, the provider of global mobile satellite communications, reveals that investment in the Internet of Things (IoT) is set to overtake cloud computing, next generation security, big data analytics and other digital transformation technologies in the near future.

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IoT and embedded analytics combine to show effects of climate change in our gardens

As Earth’s climate continues to warm, a new pattern of more frequent and intense weather events continues to unfold around the world. This has led to longer periods of heat and drought, which in turn has an impact on the environment which is being felt everywhere, from rainforests to farmer’s fields and even our own

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How should you adopt IoT into your business in 2022?

In the fast-paced, technology-driven world, businesses must promptly cater to their customers, and business needs to be a market front-runner. Thus, many businesses have changed the way they work by adopting the Internet of Things (IoT), whether its business-to-consumer (B2C) or business-to-business (B2B) to achieve decision promptness. IoT technologies can transform customers’ personal and social aspects of life and answer critical business problems with

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European big data spending ‘to reach $50bn’ this year, as firms focus on analytics-enabled hyper-automation

European spending on big data and business analytics (BDA) solutions is forecast to reach $50 billion (€43.10 billion) this year, an increase of 7% over 2020, according to a new update to the Worldwide Big Data and Analytics Spending Guide from International Data Corporation (IDC).

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What does the edge mean for IoT?

A lot has been written about the IoT revolution and how the technology has the capability to revolutionise industries, transform productivity and unlock new levels of insight. But for those intrigued by the possibilities and looking to dip their toe in the water, the potential myths of high price point, infrastructure and connectivity challenges, as

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Meet the technology that is building the smart cities of the future

Today’s smart cities are transforming the way we live, work and play. But, according to Matthew Margetts, director of sales and marketing at Smarter Technologies, far from being just a 21st-century gimmick, there are significant even life-changing advantages to the implementation of smart technology in cities around the world. 

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Why direct connection is the next phase of industrial IoT

The factory floor has certainly come a long way. Rather than traditional production lines that operate in silos, industry today uses cloud-connected devices to enable data collection and business insight on a massive scale. In the past, businesses have wondered how to build an IoT platform, it’s now easier than ever before, writes Carsten Rhod

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Yokogawa active in lunar industry vision council and jointly submits plans to Japanese government

Yokogawa Electric Corporation reports that, as a participant in the Lunar Industry Vision Council, it has worked with other members from government, academia, and industry. The objective is to formulate a vision for a lunar industry, prepare a number of recommendations, and jointly submit them for the consideration of Inoue Shinji, Japan’s minister of State

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