Low-code: Accelerating digital transformation

Productivity issues, skill shortages and business project backlogs are the main reason that low-code solutions will make up 65% of application development by 2024, according to Gartner. When looking towards the future, low-code platforms will be key in accelerating digital transformation. Here, Johan Jonzon, CMO and founder of edge analytics Crosser, explores why.

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Rolling out IoT to address county council challenges

As the country recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, 2022 will be a year of recovery, and local authorities have a crucial role in this process. However, pressures continue to increase from the government to meet targets on climate change, improve health and social care and ensure that local infrastructure continues to meet increasing demand after

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Edge AI is changing the world of industrial computing

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become part of daily life in cloud services such as social media, call centres, and chatbots, and is accelerating applications like genome sequencing, retail data analytics, and financial trading.

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IoT comes of age: Unlocking the true potential of IoT with low-cost satellite communications

With an expected 5.2 billion connected devices by 2025, the Internet of Things (IoT) is now a fundamental component of both government policy and corporate strategy. The ability to track, monitor, record and analyse through an extraordinary array of hugely innovative sensors has already transformed many businesses and many industries.

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Where connectivity meets care: How harnessing the data in IoMT devices elevates the healthcare landscape

They say that knowledge plus experience equals wisdom. In many cases, wisdom is the discernment in knowing when (and how) to use your knowledge in a certain situation. It points us to the reality that a wealth of knowledge or data, or information in general doesn’t do us much good if we don’t have access

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Data integration in the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem

The potential of the Internet of things (IoT) technology is known to businesses, therefore ramping up their efforts to implement and expand their IoT networks. According to Gartner Data & Analytics Summit 2019 report, by 2024, 50% of enterprise application data will be sourced from IoT.

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Sigfox deadline looms: Buyers weigh purchase or its lights out for French 0G operator

Having been placed under Commercial Court protection from its creditors for six months, the board of France-based Sigfox, the ultra narrowband (UNB) network operator, asked the Toulouse Court to shorten the period of administration to just three weeks. That protection period expires on Friday, February 25th 2022, and the ailing company’s Directors evidently believe a

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eSIMs – Are they the connectivity future?

In theory, eSIMs offer end users the ability to swap between mobile operators without having to physically remove and replace the SIM, enabling more flexibility, more choice, reduced costs and faster deployments.

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Data production advances and scalability: How public transport networks are being mapped in emerging market cities

In 2017, WhereIsMyTransport set about mapping the unmapped public transport networks in South Africa something nobody had ever done at scale. In the years since, we have built a reputation as the global provider of mapping public transport networks and their environments in more than 40 emerging-market cities in 27 countries, says Julian Hirst, chief

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Digital transformation deserves a new paradigm of security in 2022

The old “panic, patch, part” security model is outdated and calls for a new IoT security agenda. It is not enough to take security concepts purely from an administrative IT domain and apply as is.

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How to measure IoT scalability in the real world

Everyone loves a scalable product. When you purchase a new laptop, car, or movie-streaming service, scalability might be one of your criteria. For example, does your new laptop have the memory and RAM to handle your future work-related requirements? Does your automobile have enough seats to hold your growing family and all of its trappings?

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The role of IoT technology in COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Semtech‘s Roelof Koopmans put it well when he wrote, “The worldwide distribution of the vaccines in some cases at -70 degrees Celsius (-94 degrees Fahrenheit)—is putting a spotlight on how Internet of Things (IoT)-based sensor technologies can help to enable a challenging supply chain process. Different use cases in logistics, specifically cold-chain logistics, have unique requirements

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Prepare now for the PSTI bill

With the exponential growth of Internet of Things (IoT)-connected products in UK homes, the Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure (PSTI) Bill will introduce legislation to regulate cyber-security for these consumer devices. 

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How IoT technology and cloud computing meet the industrial challenges together

With the rapid increase in the industrial acceptance of technology, the number of connected IoT devices is projected to increase to US$ 43 billion (€37.64 billion) by 2023. It is thus accounted as an approx. A threefold increase from 2018, marking a huge improvement in the coming years ahead. Such a level-up mainly results in

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Once the supply chain crisis subsides, can we digitally transform our way to a better future?

It was impossible to go through 2021 without hearing about the crisis afflicting global supply chains. Back in the first quarter of 2020 the pandemic triggered a catastrophic sequence of events that would ultimately impact how efficiently the world’s distribution networks operated, says Quy Le, head of delivery, FPT UK.

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Why is edge terminology unnecessarily confusing?

The term ‘intelligent edge’ refers to the processing and analysis of Internet of Things (IoT) data in near real time at the edge of the network. No ambiguity there.

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