Through a partnership programme dubbed the Knowledge Transfer Program Partnership (KTP), Pangea is teaming up with the UK’s Kingston University to apply the power of a 5G network to data transferral.
IoT (Internet of Things) sensors, which are embedded within the electronics, software, and actuators of a typical HVAC system, provide a slew of valuable information that can be later analysed for purposes of energy consumption, peak demand reduction, and systems efficiency.
In 2014, businesses around the globe collectively produced a whopping 8.4 zettabytes (or 8.4 trillion gigabytes) of digital content, up from 2.7 zettabytes in 2012. That’s a lot of information to parse — hence the term “big data,” which describes the trend of processing high-volume and highly variable information to
Berlin start-up company InstaFreight has appointed logistics specialist, Dirk Reich as chairman of the Board. With more than 35 years of experience in the industry, including 20 years at the globally operating logistics company Kühne + Nagel, Reich complements the Board perfectly.
The technology start-up company Forciot reports that Heraeus Holding GmbH and Volvo Cars’ Technology fund AB have made investments in the company as part of the Forciot’s Series A investment round.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is everywhere these days, whether in reality or just as a hyped-up label for some simple rules-based decisioning, and this has led to some interesting problems, says David Smith, head of GDPR Technology, SAS UK & Ireland.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) announced a new direction finding feature that holds the potential to significantly enhance the performance of Bluetooth location services solutions. The new feature allows devices to determine the direction of a Bluetooth signal,
Internet connected devices are becoming increasingly common in our daily lives, from voice assistants such as Amazon’s Alexa, to smart meters or fitness monitors. Like all disruptive tech, the Internet of things (IoT) has quickly become the new normal in our everyday lives.
IoT devices were popular gifts again this holiday season. An acronym for Internet of Things, IoT is more than a buzzword. The trend represents a huge shift in how products are made and used, as network connectivity is added to products that were not previously intended to have this functionality.
In this issue:INTERVIEW: Jeff Travers tells George Malim about the capabilities of Ericsson’s IoT Accelerator as hyperscale connectivity and ecosystem integration become priorities BEYOND CONNECTIVITY: Analysys Mason’s Tom Rebbeck explores operators’ IoT opportunities beyond connectivity provision but warns the challenges should not be underestimated CASE STUDY: How Grundfos used [...]
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