The role of IoT in healthcare during Covid-19

The healthcare sector has been modernising at a fast pace over the years by utilising new technology in carrying out medical activities with increased accuracy. Despite the outbreak of Covid-19 which massively disrupted the day-to-day life of people across the globe, technology has been developing at a much faster pace to help the healthcare sector.

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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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BICS launches international 5G connectivity to global IoT devices in Canada and Taiwan

International communications enabler BICS announces the addition of borderless 5G capabilities to its SIM for Things solution. This aims to enable enterprises, OEMs and hardware manufacturers to unlock business opportunities and enhance competitiveness with new compelling use cases for connected devices.

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IoT takes a village: The era of the ecosystem

I often talk about the “new product mindset” the importance of developing products and services with the cumulative lifetime value they will generate in mind, compared to just the immediate value delivered on launch day.

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New store to define contactless physical shopping experience

A new interactive retail store, called CornerShop, has opened in London to demonstrate the store of the future, using the latest technologies to reimagine the shopping experience for food, drink and fashion.

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Qualcomm 10Gb modem-RF expands 5G use in mobile broadband, industrial IoT and 5G private networks

Qualcomm Technologies has announced the Snapdragon X65 5G Modem-RF System, its fourth-generation 5G modem-to-antenna solution. Snapdragon X65 is designed to support the fastest 5G speeds currently available with fibre like wireless performance and to make optimise spectrum use for network flexibility, capacity and coverage.

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Sigfox collaborates with Google Cloud to accelerate its global IoT strategy

Google Cloud and Sigfox announced that the global 0G network and IoT platform services provider, has partnered with Google Cloud, to scale its cloud infrastructure and extend its IoT services portfolio.

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Flusso partners with Pelion for IoT sensor market

Flusso a new fabless semiconductor company has signed a joint development partnership with Pelion, the connected device service provider, that will help companies accelerate the development and roll-out of connected flow sensing products and systems based on Flusso’s innovative FLS110 flow sensor.

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Using IoT to boost industries and support the wider economy

With the UK going into its first financial recession since 2009 as a consequence of COVID-19, many businesses are struggling to stay alive in the current business climate.

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Infineon and DIGISEQ develop secured physical asset verification for brand protection

In a joint project, Infineon Technologies AG and DIGISEQ, an IoT platform provider with end-to-end service, utilise SECORA Blockchain NFC technology to deliver secured identity data.

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Harnessing the power of smart cities for a brighter future

Recent innovations in 5G, Internet of Things (IoT) and fibre infrastructure technologies are helping to expand and fortify the networks of the future.

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Smart meter network passes 10mn milestone in UK

The Data Communications Company (DCC) has confirmed that the 10 millionth smart meter has been connected to its national secure network. The milestone was achieved with the installation of an electricity smart meter on 1st February 2021 by E.ON Energy at a location in Doddington, Cambridgeshire.

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Loon is popped by sharp truths: Balloons won’t be ‘Connecting people everywhere’

(A Week in IoT) – When the news came on Friday that Loon’s journey is coming to an end it was a disappointment if, like me, you’re an admirer of flights of scientific and engineering ambition that combine business opportunity and social benefit. To be fair though, the news did not come as a shock, says

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The future of healthcare: Part 2, Challenges ahead for IoMT

Though the future of healthcare technology poses exciting opportunities, there are also potential obstacles on the horizon in part 1 How IoT’s magic is reshaping our lives.

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The future of healthcare: Part 1, How IoT’s magic is reshaping our lives

Since the dawn of time, people have believed in magic. Myths and legends have been told about lamps with genies, talking mirrors, flying carpets, and other magical objects able to give their owners extraordinary powers. In the human imagination, a simple, mundane thing could be given supernatural features and turned into a multi-purpose tool with

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The rise of smart rural businesses and consumers

2020 has been a pivotal year for broadband. During an unprecedented time, says Red Peel, founder and managing director of Airband, where most of us were forced to stay in the confines of our own homes, we as a society have learned to adapt by taking advantage of modern technology.

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