How can IoT revolutionise dairy farming?

Today internet of things is the most topical talk in the tech industry. If you are still unaware of this term, the Internet of Things, a.k.a IoT, then just look around; you have been using it in your daily life, either in the form of smart watches or smart microwaves or smart water bottles, etc,

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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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The future is bright, the future is connected

It has been reported that the number of connected IoT devices will exceed 75 billion by 2025 (Source, Findstack), meaning for every human on earth, there will be approximately nine connected devices, says Jordan Appleson, CEO at Hark.

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IoT & smart cities: Transportation we can live with

It may sound hard to believe, but in just a few decades our cities will increase in population by 50%. If you thought your city centre was crowded now, just wait! The population densities that the UN has forecasted to occur by 2050 should make us stop and think: With all those people, and cars,

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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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What can ASICs do for the smart cities of the future?

According to the United Nations, we can expect 68% of the global population to live in urban areas by 2050. To cope with this increase, cities are focusing on the use of technology to improve equity for residents, facilitate more sustainable living and encourage better use of resources. Here Richard Mount, director of sales at

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How IoT connectivity is reaching new heights

Internet of Things (IoT) solutions utilising SIM-based cellular technology for connectivity are not new but the speed with which IoT is expanding, embracing ever more exciting and dynamic use cases is both compelling and creating market confusion in equal measure, says Nick Sacke, head of IoT Solutions, Comms365.

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Selecting an IoT application enablement platform

The IoT application enablement platform (AEP) space has continued to grow into one of the most critical technology sectors of the Internet of Things (IoT). Enterprises realise that (1) a well-built IoT AEP saves significant development time and money in the creation and operation of an IoT solution and (2) an exceptional AEP architecture aids

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Assessment of the China-Taiwan stand-off impact on the global telematics semiconductors industry

For more than 70 years, Taiwan and China have been governed separately. Yet the two nations have been constantly in the news for their impact on the global telematics semiconductors industry. Even though China has spent more than 40 years gaining global influence, Taiwan has gained global influence since early 2020. From the automotive semiconductor

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Avoid the oncoming electric vehicle charging nightmare

There’s still plenty of time until the 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel vehicle sales, but the electric vehicle (EV) dream is fast becoming a reality, says Alok Dubey, UK country manager at Monta.

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Digital twins can understand how to optimise supply chain modelling

Maya Natarajan at graph database specialist, Neo4j describes how to use Knowledge Graph-based digital twin technology for better supply chain management.

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Can the public be convinced that safety is at the heart of regulatory frameworks?

Cruise, the driverless car maker, and GM have filed for a commercial licence in America. But like so many highway agencies, the UK’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration faces a dilemma; namely, can the public be convinced that safety is at the fore front of regulatory frameworks? Here, Rav Babbra, business development manager at drisk.ai

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Hatching an IoT plan to save the turtle from extinction

The latest McKinsey report into IoT – ‘The Internet of Things Catching up to an accelerating opportunity’ suggests that the economic value that it can unlock could enable up to $12.6tn (€11.41tn) in value globally. Yet when most people think about, read about, or talk about the Internet of Things, it’s still often wrongly centred

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Unreliable cellular coverage: A major shortcoming in digital production lines without 5G private mobile networks

The digitisation of manufacturing and production line processes is driving demand for embeddable tech, self-guiding vehicles, connected conveyor belts and intelligent machines capable of performing complicated tasks with little to no human intervention. 

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Why your business success is in the hands of development and operations

Alex Lane, revenue growth manager at zsah, discusses why it is crucial to implement DevOps into your business not only to survive but to thrive. 

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Digital twins: building sustainability and resilience in water-smart cities

Sound water resource management will be essential in the cities of the future. In water-smart cities, digital twins will be instrumental in encouraging more responsible water use thanks to the active role of citizens and the extraction of value from infrastructure information, says Pilar Conejos, digital twin manager, Idrica.

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