Eurotech simplifies IoT adoption combining its IoT edge technology with Orange IoT platform

Eurotech, a company that designs, develops, and deploys hardware, software, services and solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), announces its collaboration with Orange to enable and simplify IoT adoption from edge to cloud. The collaboration aims to combine Eurotech’s IoT Edge capabilities with Orange’s IoT platform Live Objects.

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Putting data science in the hands of domain experts to deliver more valuable insights

Emerging technologies such as advanced analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) are transforming the manufacturing sector. The factory floor is awash with data driven by the growth in Internet of Things (IoT) sensors. But, says Mike Loughran, CTO for the UK and Ireland at Rockwell Automation, data alone is not a useful commodity. This data needs context and

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Facilio and Belimo join forces to advance IoT-driven connected building environments

Facilio, an AI-driven property operations & maintenance (O&M) platform, and Belimo, a global market provider in HVAC field devices, announced a strategic collaboration to enhance the buildings industry by delivering connected and sustainable environments.

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Autostrade Tech, IBM and Fincantieri NexTech deploy a new AI and IoT-based system

A new phase in the field of road network security and infrastructure monitoring is starting. ASPI Tech, IBM and Fincantieri NexTech announce that the new digital system for civil infrastructure monitoring, based on IBM Maximo, is now in operation.

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IoT helps companies serve existing customers and find new business, even in a pandemic

IoT is not only enabling organisations in numerous industries to continue operating, despite the Coronavirus. The Internet of Things is also helping to grow businesses and enabling companies to rise to new Covid-related challenges. Jeremy Cowan hears more from Mohsen Mohseninia, Aeris’s vice president for International Market Development and Suzanne Lancaster, European marketing director.

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IIoT will disrupt the facility management industry, but that is OK!

Over the past 200 years, the world has experienced two major waves of innovation. Firstly, the Industrial Revolution brought us machines and factories, railways, electricity and our lives have never been the same. Then the Internet Revolution brought us computing power, data networks, unprecedented access to information and communication, and again, our lives have never been the same, says

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SmartWave Technologies to drive growth of IoT market with acquisition of MultiTech

SmartWave Technologies, a Northlane Capital Partners (“NCP”) platform investment, announced today that it has acquired Multi-Tech Systems, Inc., a global supplier of Industrial IoT communication devices and services. SmartWave Technologies, a provider of innovative industrial IoT end devices and MultiTech will operate as one under the MultiTech brand.

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Smart city hardware market may top US$1.7trn, reports IDTechEx

Investors SpaceX, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Baidu, Toyota, Tesla, Hyundai, VW, LG, Apple, and Virgin are involved in smart cities in ways you may not expect. Their involvement spans making complete smart cities from scratch to robot shuttles replacing 10 types of vehicle, vertical take-off taxis, Hyperloop, vertical farming, battery elimination, solar and sensor

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Connected building automation to total 34.4mn systems in North America and Europe in 2024

According to a new research report from IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, the installed base of connected building automation systems in Europe and North America reached an estimated 20.5 million systems in 2019. This include building systems that are connected to the Internet and can send data to a backoffice platform.

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Eurotech joins Arm project cassini bringing its edge software and hardware components

Eurotech, a provider of rugged and industrial-grade embedded boards and systems, edge computing platforms and Internet of Things (IoT) enablement solutions announced it has joined the Arm Project Cassini Initiative.

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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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Trek GPS and reader device helps people with vision loss to see, just differently

HumanWare, a global provider of assistive technology for people with vision loss, has developed the Victor Reader Trek GPS and reader device. It’s been supported in this by Lantronix Inc., a global provider of Software as a Service (SaaS), engineering services and hardware for Edge Computing, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Remote Environment Management

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Aggressive growth in ransomware, rise in IoT attacks, SonicWall research finds

SonicWall Capture Labs threat researchers has unveiled third-quarter threat intelligence collected by the company’s more than 1 million global security sensors.

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Energy harvesting brings ‘battery that never dies’ claim for IoT applications

Xidas IoT becomes the first to create a cost-effective solution for the Internet of Things (IoT) market’s major issue: battery life. The increasing benefit of wireless sensors in the industrial and automation world is being restricted by the pain of replacing their batteries.

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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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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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