In order to future proof the National Health Service (NHS), the UK Health Secretary recently announced a Long Term Plan to ensure the service continues seamlessly and smoothly for years to come. As Wayne Miller, Healthcare director EMEA at Zebra Technologies reports,
MultiTech designs, develops and manufactures data communications equipment – cellular and LoRAWAN modems, routers and gateways – for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Bill Ingle, a senior analyst at Beecham Research, interviews Sara Brown, the vice president of marketing, and Gregg Zastrow, the senior manager of programmes and partnerships, at MultiTech, to understand how the [...]
The Internet of Things is moving from infancy to maturity and from limited implementation to large scale, enterprise-wide adoption. It is reaching a tipping point where ‘things’ need to incorporate intelligence and control as well as connectivity.
All over the world, societies and industries rely on the supply of energy and water. For energy and particularly electricity, in the past two centuries this has come from industrial scale generation based on fossil fuels. As of the second decade of the new century, it has become a matter of urgency to address challenges never seen before, writes Therese Cory, a senior analyst at Beecham [...]
The march of ‘smart’ technology has seen every conceivable device in our homes and offices ‘enhanced’ with some form of connectivity. While this offers additional functionality for some, says Ken Munro, partner at Pen Test Partners,
Start-ups and established companies alike are increasingly interested in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), but many are missing a trick when it comes to payments, says Patrick Bermingham, CEO of digital payments specialist Adflex.
IoT (Internet of Things) sensors, which are embedded within the electronics, software, and actuators of a typical HVAC system, provide a slew of valuable information that can be later analysed for purposes of energy consumption, peak demand reduction, and systems efficiency.
In 2014, businesses around the globe collectively produced a whopping 8.4 zettabytes (or 8.4 trillion gigabytes) of digital content, up from 2.7 zettabytes in 2012. That’s a lot of information to parse — hence the term “big data,” which describes the trend of processing high-volume and highly variable information to
Communications platforms as a service (CPaaS) have lots of different names depending on what the service providers and vendors choose to call them but the principle of offering a standardised, global connectivity platform that is composed of network access and a management system is of appeal to IoT service providers, writes George Malim.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is everywhere these days, whether in reality or just as a hyped-up label for some simple rules-based decisioning, and this has led to some interesting problems, says David Smith, head of GDPR Technology, SAS UK & Ireland.
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