Managed smart metering to thrive as utilities max the value of smart grid investments

Berg Insight has found that the installed base of smart electricity and gas meters in Europe was 168.3 million in 2019. The installed base is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.9% to reach 280.4 million units in 2025.

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Closer to the edge: How edge computing will drive Industry 4.0

We’ve been in the process of transitioning to Industry 4.0 (aka the fourth industrial revolution) ever since the German government coined the term in 2011. It’s proven to be a long and complex journey, and by 2025, the World Economic Forum has estimated that the worldwide impact of Industry 4.0 will reach UK£2.7 trillion(€2.9 trillion)

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5G market is at the tipping point, says report

5G is considered as one of the market opportunities in the coming years, with large scale roll-out of infrastructures and rapid adoption of 5G devices and services. So says a new report by Cambridge, UK-based IDTechEx.

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Samsung provides one-stop foundry design environment with the launch of ‘SAFE™ CDP’

Samsung Electronics, a provider in advanced semiconductor technology, announced the launch of ‘Samsung Advanced Foundry Ecosystem (SAFE™) Cloud Design Platform (CDP)’ for fabless customers, in collaboration with Rescale, a provider in high performance computing (HPC) applications in the cloud.

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Partners’ remote monitoring of COVID patients with diabetes cuts staff exposure and PPE use

The independent global IoT specialist, KORE, has created an ongoing partnership with Dexcom Inc., a provider of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM). This will rapidly deliver an innovative remote patient monitoring solution to assist care providers during the COVID-19 global pandemic.

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Cloud-native networking firm NetFoundry works with dtac on NaaS

NetFoundry, a specialist in providing zero trust, cloud native networking is partnerng with South Asian telecom operators, dtac. Together the companies are introducing a new network service to the industry called SmartConnect.

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Building responsible and trustworthy AI

As use of AI becomes even more pervasive, data scientists and organisations just ‘doing their best’ won’t be sufficient. Scott Zoldi, AI expert at FICO explains that with the rise of AI advocates, responsible AI will be the expectation and standard.

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Reskilling for the post-pandemic era: Use e-learning to master industrial data

Finding enough time to complete training alongside normal role responsibilities is one of the limiting factors for the workforce. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, new ways of working and changing technologies were disrupting traditional roles and the skills engineers need to do them.

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The time to go all in for AIoT is now, say experts at Tuya Smart’s Conference

(IoTNewsNet.com – Sponsored News) The logistics industry has long been a cornerstone of human progress but ironically has been one that is highly resistant to technological innovation and implementation. Change is often slow and expensive. In the time of a global pandemic crisis, it is natural for businesses to clam up and be afraid of

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Barriers to enterprise IoT ownership ‘removed‘ with new device support

Major barriers to ’Internet of Things‘ (IoT) ownership and efficient device management have now been removed thanks to the latest release of the enterprise-grade IoT management solution, SOTI Connect v1.2.The enhanced solution addresses prevalent industry challenges around managing industrial and mobile printers and limited access sensors, through a single point of control.

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High altitude internet platforms ‘crucial’ in future pandemics

Solar-powered high altitude platforms could solve the problem of rural connectivity in communities across the globe. They may also save lives – and economies – during the next global pandemic, too.

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COVID-19 disruptions cause smart meter shipments to tank 25%

The market disruptions due to Covid-19 pandemic will result in a 25% Year on Year (YoY) decrease in annual smart meter shipments in 2020. Consequently, smart meter YoY revenue will contract by 31% US$3.3 billion (€2.9 billion) to reach US$7.39 billion (€6.5 billion), finds global tech market advisory firm, ABI Research.

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Nintex expands cloud options for organisations in Asia Pacific

Nintex, the global standard for process management and automation, announced that in response to customer demand for cloud-based workflows its flagship process automation platform Nintex Workflow Cloud is available to organisations in Australia and New Zealand through a Microsoft Azure data centre in Victoria.

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Three questions network operators should ask about IoT security

There is no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic put the reliability and security of communications networks under the spotlight as millions of people reverted to work, care, and learn from home, says Steve Buck, SVP product and operations, security business unit at Mobileum. Many have commented that out of necessity, the digital transformation of many industries

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A data heist: Less of a concern if it is on device

The issue In 2019, a Symantec security report found that around three quarters of all hacks were attempted on point-of-access devices such as routers. A mostly unsurprising fact given the scope of the access a hacker could obtain if he or she was able to compromise it, says Daniel Albertini, CTO, Anyline.

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Post COVID-19 smart meter shipments to hit 34.8 million units in 2021

According to a new report from the IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, annual shipments of smart energy meters in Europe will reach a record level of 34.8 million units in 2021.

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