Three technology advancements are set to transform the transport industry ‒ command and control technology, connectivity, and the cloud. The combination of these will, says Greg Alcorn, divisional director for Transport & Infrastructure at Synectics,
The public utility space is a competitive one, and as this competition continues to increase, power and utilities providers are increasingly investing sizeable amounts in infrastructure projects designed to expand their offering.
Research indicates Internet of Things (IoT) deployments are set to skyrocket over the next four years, growing 140% to exceed 50 billion connected devices by 2020.
Many organisations have moved their infrastructure to a public cloud environment,and now many are using cloud services to manage the Internet of Things.
It’s estimated that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) mandate will affect approximately 3.1 million vehicles and 3.4 million drivers, with the deadline for compliance moved to 16th Dec 2019, fleet managers don’t have much time left to adopt Electronic Logging Device (ELD) technology.
The ELD system promises to streamline the logging process, further than [...]
Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) increase car safety by helping with monitoring, warning, braking and steering tasks. These systems are set to grow over the next decade, driven in part by advancements in sensing and laser technologies, and by regulatory change.
As more and more organisations invest in IoT and look to either buy or build IoT platforms to handle their data and manage their devices and services, it is becoming more complex to identify the right approach from the slew of IoT platforms, now numbering in the hundreds, that are on the market. In addition, as IoT services scale up from connecting a small and easy-to-manage to a large [...]
Building management is getting easier, more powerful, and more innovated – thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT). Over the next decade or so, billions of devices will be installed and connected, generating trillions of dollars in revenue in buildings and other applications. Data generated by sensors will be combined with new control [...]
Industrial IoT has developed closely alongside consumer IoT goods and now is here to change the industrial applications as we know. Big data will become reality when all device parameters will be accessible 24/7, says Vizma Bramane of Aranet – SAF Tehnika.
It was inevitable that the technology du jour, artificial intelligence (AI) dominated opening exchanges at today’s Economist Innovation Summit (#EconInnov). And for those – like me, admits Jeremy Cowan – who believed that AI is still mostly a series of chatbots and pilot projects there was an early wake-up call.