AlertGPS, a specialist in connected enterprise safety technology, and AT&T are joining forces to support World Day for Safety and Health at Work and bring awareness to the growing safety needs of mobile workers.
Blockchain products in healthcare have proven to have the potential of making interoperability practical and achievable. This innovativeness has been pushed a step further with blockchain products (although few) that are helping to make follow-ups on patient performance, satisfaction, medication, and recovery. Isn’t this amazing?
Here at Momenta Partners, we spend a lot of time speaking with innovators and end users about how to harness data from physical assets to optimise processes, reduce risk, grow businesses and even power brand new business models, says Ed Maguire, Insights partner.
New technologies and the Internet of Things have impacted many sectors, such as retail, manufacturing, healthcare, agriculture and more. Supply Chain though is an industry that is not discussed as much, but it faces many challenges that can be solved with the power of IoT.
The Fog Computing Market size is set to exceed US$700 million (€567.51 million) by 2024; according to a new research report by Global Market Insights, Inc. Increasing penetration of cloud computing platforms is fostering the fog computing market growth.
Digital health promises to change the face of healthcare. Reflecting this is growing interest in the digital health space, as evidenced by a substantial $4.7 billion (€3.83 billion) being invested in 2017 as outlined in the brand new report from IDTechEx Research, Digital Health 2018: Trends, Opportunities and Outlook.
A new study from Juniper Research has found that domestic aide robotics will drive consumer robotics hardware revenues from an estimated $6.4 billion (€5.21 billion) in 2018 to nearly $23 billion (€18.74 billion) by 2022; an increase of over 250%.
We will look back on March 2018 as the time when Facebook lost $37 billion (€30.01 billion) from its valuation – as did the bluest of chips such as Apple, Netflix and Amazon.
There is no doubt that industrial applications of the Internet of Things (IoT) have emerged as some of the most compelling use cases for the technology. The latest estimates place the number of connected devices anywhere between 20 billion and 50 billion by 2020,
Robert Gordon University (RGU) is developing Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies to enable people to live healthier lives, manage chronic conditions and live independently at home for longer and will showcase the latest research at DataFest18 Fringe in Inverness.
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