Why we need a culture change in data collection

According to software expert TechJury, each person on Earth created 1.7 MB of data every second in 2020. Thanks to smartphones and tablets making the everyday digital, the volume of data collected has skyrocketed so, when will the same be universally true in manufacturing? Here Mike John, technical director of metrology provider The Sempre Group,

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Seamless indoor cellular coverage has earnt its rightful place as a 4th utility

“Network infrastructure including fibre broadband and Wi-Fi access points are factored into all new building projects from the outset, with mobile coverage infrastructure taking second place. Both should be given equal status in a world driven by tech,” says Colin Abrey of Nextivity.

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IoT sensors: A way of smart automating agriculture

India ranks in second place for farm outputs worldwide, and 42% of Indians are engaged in the agriculture sector. It’s pretty clear that India is a country that is highly dependent on this sector. This, says Ritesh Sutaria, director at Prompt Equipments Pvt Ltd., is a sector that has a big impact on the country’s

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Defining hybrid integration: What does hybrid data integration really mean?

Hybrids have always formed an integral part of myths, legend and speculation. In Greek mythology fantastic creatures are typically depicted as hybrids, such as the Minotaur and the Centaur. Even in an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) context, there’s still something mysterious about hybrid. Here, Johan Jonzon, CMO and co-founder of stream analytics and hybrid integration

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Smoke on the water: Finally, a better way to fight fire aboard cargo ships

Fire! The word suggests thoughts of emergency, loss of structures and trucks racing to put out the flames. But what if the fire is on a ship in the middle of the sea?, says Dhruthi Pyla of Dublin Jerome High School.

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The IoT data deluge in industry and manufacturing

“Effective data storage management is a critical component of the IoT ecosystem,” says David Keegan, Group CEO of DataQube Global. Internet of Things (IoT), from a top-level standpoint, refers to a network of physical devices such as embedded sensors, driverless vehicles, smartphones/tablets, wearables, or home appliances, that create and share information without human intervention. Even though

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How IoT can improve indoor air quality

In March 2022, the White House announced the Clean Air in Buildings Challenge, a key component of the president’s National COVID-19 Preparedness Plan, which asks building owners and operators, schools, colleges/universities, and other organisations to develop strategies to improve indoor air quality. This initiative will include assessing air quality and making ventilation and air filtration improvements,

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How IoT cellular connectivity has enabled the rise of micromobility

Like most industries, the micromobility industry faced uncertainty during the Covid-19 pandemic but a comeback is taking hold, says Ben Forgan, co-founder and CEO of Hologram.io. Despite the headwinds, McKinsey notes that “micromobility could reach a consumer-spending potential of $300 billion (€279.81 billion) globally by 2030.”

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EVs are great! But who’s keeping tabs on fraud risk at charging stations?

With the rising concerns about climate change, electric vehicles (EVs) have emerged as a suitable alternative to petrol- and diesel-powered engines, in reducing greenhouse gas emissions in line with COP26 resolutions. The energy players, no doubt, will play a pivotal role in this evolution by powering charging infrastructure for the rapidly growing sales of EVs,

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As-a-service Internet of Things takes off in a big way

Consumption-based IoT (Internet of Things) at the edge had to happen for the opportunities available through “things” to be fully realised. Business technology journalist Antony Savvas looks at some recent developments that are helping to drive progress.

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Key digital transformation pitfalls to avoid for your enterprise during transition

These are peculiar times wherein the organisations are swaying between uncertain growth and failures. Digital transformation, as we all know, is at the helm of building fortunes overnight. While it continues to be an important subject of discussion every year, 2022 is still special, says Yash Mehta, an IoT and big data science specialist.

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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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