The digital twin concept and the urban modelling paradigm, more generally, are transforming how cities are designed, monitored, and managed.
In part one of this blog we discussed about the practical and economic benefits of smart city and smart technology. In the second part and the last part of the blog Harikrishna Kundariya co-founder, director of eSparkBiz Technologies explains, the Environmental benefits of smart city and technology.
Designers creating next-generation wearable health and fitness applications can reduce temperature measurement power by 50% with the MAX30208, as well as shrink optical solution size by 40% with the MAXM86161 from Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.
Today at VMworld 2019, VMware, Inc. announced a broad set of networking and security innovations and major milestones that further advance VMware’s vision of the Virtual Cloud Network.
iBASIS, the provider of communications solutions for operators and digital players worldwide, announced that Simfony, the IoT PaaS provider and MVNE, selected and integrated iBASIS Global Access for Things service into its real-time IoT platform and core network.
Today at VMworld 2019, VMware, Inc., unveiled VMware Tanzu, a new portfolio of products and services to transform the way enterprises build, run and manage software on Kubernetes.
THE ECOSYSTEM VIEW: In the latest instalment of his ecosystem column, Antony Savvas charts the latest movers and shakers in the Internet of Things (IoT) industry.
Multi-Tech Systems, Inc., a global supplier of M2M and IoT communication solutions, reports that its MultiConnect microCell LTE Category 1 USB cellular modem with dual-carrier capability has been approved for use on the Verizon network.
2019 is a big year for robotics, as we are seeing the expansion of automation technologies into new markets. But with IoT security still a weak spot, one major attack within robotics could have a domino effect on the entire industry, says Eric Jensen, head of IoT Product Management at Canonical – the company behind Ubuntu.
Critical internet-connected smart building devices used in many commercial and industrial properties, have been found to be vulnerable to a new malicious attack. This is according to a report from cybersecurity researcher Bertin Bervis.
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