Barcelona was the scene of another festival of technology, as the world’s most influential companies, journalists and engineers travelled to Mobile World Congress (MWC). MWC tends to be associated with new handset launches, but this year’s show was about more than just devices.
Whether it’s Industry 4.0, self-driving cars or smart home solutions – connected machines and high-value goods need security mechanisms that can be updated.
Security researchers at Trustwave have announced that they have discovered Chinese Internet of Things (IoT) devices containing a hidden ‘backdoor’.
Drives and controls provider Bosch Rexroth will showcase its Industry 4.0 demonstrator unit for the first time in the UK, at this year’s Factories of the Future EXPO in the UK.
The UK mortality rate of calves and cows during birth could be reduced by as much as 80% predicts Moocall, the developer of a calving sensor linked to Vodafone’s Internet of Things (IoT) network. The prediction comes in the peak calving season, which started this month.
TP-Link®, a global provider of consumer and business networking products, has introduced new additions to its growing family of products for the smart home, including a smart range extender and home security devices.
Up to now, individuals have generally been using a dedicated computer for work; now, however, the Internet of Things (IoT), with billions of networked devices that are for the most part not monitored by humans, presents enormous inherent security risks.
The GSMA congratulated all winners of the 2017 Glomo Awards. Glomo Award hosts, TV presenters Suzi Perry and Ortis Deley, announced the awards during a series of ceremonies and Mobile World Live TV presentations throughout the week at the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Singapore-based IoT-dedicated network operator, UnaBiz has announced a simple pay-per-use smart button at Mobile World Congress.
A new global study ‘The Internet of Things: Today and Tomorrow’ published by Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, says that IoT will soon be widespread as 85% of businesses plan to implement IoT by 2019.
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