Mining operation deploys satellite-based technology to protect workers and minimise environmental impacts. A multinational mining corporation runs the longest continually operating sand mine in Australia. As part of its operations, regular measurement of water quality and levels of bores is required to meet government regulations and minimise any negative impact on the environment.
Mobile World Congress may be over, but the dust is still settling from the biggest mobile event of the year.
One of the main talking points of the 20th anniversary DECT World Conference (May 31 – June 1, Barcelona) will be how technology for smart and secure wireless communications will look in 2020 and beyond.
With diminishing fossil fuel reserves, a rising global population, strong economic growth in developing countries and major concerns about our environment, controlling electricity consumption has become a serious and extremely challenging issue.
Have a conversation with an Internet of Things enthusiast for long enough and you’ll hear these three come up as the hurdles to the Internet of Things reaching widespread adoption and generating massive ROI for every industry, and raise the quality of life and work for consumers and employees.
The smart – or connected – home market will be worth more than US$100 billion in a few years. The opportunities fall into several, but interconnected, camps.
More than 400 mobile health (mHealth) leaders from around the world gathered at Digital Health & Wellness Summit @ Mobile World Congress 2016 (DHWS16) held in Barcelona from February 22-25, 2016.
Juniper’s latest research into Digital Health emphasises that ageing populations mean more home-based care is needed. The corresponding digital health deliverable systems allow medical adherence or remote patient monitoring.
2016 is the Year of the Monkey in the Chinese calendar. More specifically, it’s the Year of the Fire Monkey. So, for those of you unfamiliar with Chinese and wider Asian culture … who or what is the Fire Monkey? Firstly, the Monkey is one of the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac.
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