The Behaviour Analytics Market is set to grow from its current market value of more than $200 million (€170.07 million) to over $3.5 billion (€2.98 billion) by 2024; according to a new research report by Global Market Insights, Inc.
The way we work has always been dictated by the technology available to us. As technology improves, says Charles Towers-Clark, CEO of Pod Group, the workforce adapts to match the new standard of efficiency, and a whole range of jobs is created based on newly created skills.
The retail industry is seen as a prime market for the deployment of the Internet of Things (IoT), but more needs to be done to integrate its sales systems with its supply chains. Antony Savvas takes a look at some progress in this area.
As more companies move to a predictive model of equipment maintenance, they are looking for ways to use connected devices to improve field service.
Device manufacturers wanting market share of the booming Internet of Things (IoT) world have massive uphill challenges in designing, developing and deploying their IoT applications, all while trying to source, integrate, and manage the infrastructure needed behind the scenes to make the applications work.
Following the news that Vodafone is buying Liberty Global’s European assets for €19 billion, analysts are agreed that the Newbury, UK-headquartered network operator will emerge stronger. But that’s about as far as their enthusiasm goes, as Jeremy Cowan reports.
A large automotive company needed to combine sensor and operational data to deliver compelling offers, better customer service and greater profitability. The company manufactures trucks, buses and construction equipment. Rob Mellor, VP & GM EMEA, WhereScape talks to the company about their journey.
In the UK, the average per capita cost of a data breach in the transportation industry is £72 per data record – meaning that if 10,000 data records are lost or stolen, it could cost an organisation £720,0001. With that price tag in mind, it’s imperative that companies take all of the necessary steps to reach reliable, secure network connectivity.
Network security is especially [...]
The Internet of Things – you’ll have heard of it. Along with the smart TVs, smart fridges and smart phones that make it up. But what about the boxes all these shiny gadgets arrive in? That’s just cardboard right, quite separate to the cool future-tech?
Facilitating parking in city centres is good for the local economy. If the political will is there it’s relatively easy to deploy smart parking systems and many authorities see them as the logical first step of large smart city projects.