The value of analogue measurement

Analogue measurement can define your upside. when you look at what you can achieve in a plant, you may be able to accomplish a lot with just simple digital sensors. You can tell when something switches state ( goes on and off), you know if things are running or not running, you can tell if

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Quectel announces 2nd gen of 5G NR modules compliant with 3GPP R16 standard

(Sponsored News) – SHANGHAI, February 10, 2021 – Quectel Wireless Solutions, the leading global supplier of Internet of Things (IoT) modules, has announced the release of second generation 5G new radio (NR) modules that comply with the 3GPP Release 16 standards.

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Hamburg deploys oneM2M smart city standards to go greener

Whether one is dealing with a manufacturing plant or a smart city, the architecture of a distributed Internet of Things (IoT) system depends on several design considerations, says Ingo Freise, software architect at Deutsche Telekom.

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Unlocking revenue opportunities by combining IoT processes with real-time technology

The number of connected devices is expected to explode in the next few years. According to a recent study by Jupiter Research, the number of Industrial IoT connections will increase from 17.7 billion this year to 36.8 billion by 2025, representing an overall growth of 207%. As these connected devices continue to be adopted across

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The race to the Edge and the role of memory

IIoT Strategies need to EvolveThe hype of billions of devices connected through the internet sounds promising. A connected, AI-supported smart factory will help reduce costs and increase operational efficiency. Sensor-based health care solutions and a highly personalized consumer experience will improve our quality of life. Driverless trucks would transform the logistics industry and support our

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Improving the reliability of the Internet of Things

Over-the-air updates are enabling a dramatic change in the way systems in the Internet of Things (IoT) operate. Here, Johan Kraft, CEO and founder of Percepio explains the benefits.

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VIDEO: We are at a pivotal point in AI. How will data bias affect future decisions?

In the world of AI and machine learning, it’s common to hear fear-based statements about what the poor decisions unchecked algorithms might make. What most people rarely hear about are the actual challenges that cause AI practitioners to worry. FICO’s Chief Analytics Officer, Scott Zoldi sat down with Kate Crawford, a Distinguished Research Professor at

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Democratising the IoT

What progress has been made in ‘democratising’ the Internet of Things (IoT) and how will next generation satellite solutions provide the key to deliver truly affordable, universal access? Alastair Williamson, CEO at Wyld Networks reports.

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Why the intelligent edge is central to tomorrow’s IoT

We’ve all seen the projections about how many devices will soon be connected to the internet of things (IoT), says Gowri Chindalore, head of Strategy, Edge Processing, NXP Semiconductors. IDC, for example, predicted the figure will exceed 41 billion by 2025. Much has been written about the opportunities this will unlock to make our homes,

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Can the prin­ciples of Zero Trust be applied to IoT?

The perception that security has never been a core component or key consideration for the Internet of Things (IoT) has even been highlighted in the familiar joke: ‘the ‘S’ in IoT stands for security. Yet with tens of billions of connected devices, the safety and financial implications of even small security breaches can be vast,

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IoT can solve the care home crisis – but better privacy education is essential

We are all getting older, says Dr. Harro Stokman, CEO and founder of Kepler Vision. Not just on an individual level, but the combination of falling birth rates and longer lifespans mean that the proportion of old people versus young people is higher than it has ever been. While this is a great achievement on

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Developing IoT devices? Four costly security mistakes and how to avoid them

IoT brings with it so much opportunity, but it also increases risk and widens the attack surface of your product and even your organisation, says Stuart Griffin, founding director and technologist, Consult.Red.

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Telehealth software aims to bridge gap between physicians and patients

A recent market research study predicts that the global telehealth software market will surge at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17% between the forecast years of 2020 and 2030. Use of information and communication technologies in support of healthcare delivery is poised to become indispensable, says Dhaval Kate, research manager Electronics, Semiconductors, and ICT at Future Market

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IoT in 2030: A tri-polar world, with significant regional variations

In May 2020 Transforma Insights published the first iteration of its global IoT forecasts which predicted 24.1 billion connected devices generating US$1.5 trillion (€1.3 trillion) in 2030. However, the global picture belies a significant variation between regions. In particular, the vertical-specific opportunity is highly regionalised and growth in China will be driven by government policy

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Could FWA be the answer to keeping people connected during the global pandemic?

In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, it’s important to step back and recognise the huge effort being made to limit its potential for disruption. From British Gas using its logistics network to deliver supplies to food banks, to teachers using empty D&T classrooms to make face shields for NHS workers, it’s clear that while the pandemic is undoubtedly

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Is this the first IoT winter?

Is the Internet of Things (IoT) going through its ‘First IoT Winter’ between 2015 and 2020? Based on his recent book ‘The Internet of Things Myth’ and work by Transforma Insights looking at IoT deployments, says Matt Hatton, founding partner, Transforma Insights.

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