Nano-satellite start-up recognised by AWS as it aims to bring low power IoT connections to remote areas

‘NewSpace’ start-up Hiber was named as the Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) Commercial Startup Launch of 2018 at the AWS re:Invent Conference at the Venetian Sands Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevadaon Sunday. At the event, Hiber announced the official launch of its nano-satellite powered solution,

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How mobile technology is removing barriers to travel

In July 1997, says Dave Ashton, CEO of Loco2, I was a new analyst for the tech consulting firm Accenture. My boss’s client, China Telecom, had asked us to aid in a spin-out IPO of their mobile unit and so I was sent to Beijing to work on the project.

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Origin Protocol and NuCypher bring data privacy to decentralised sharing applications

Origin Protocol, a blockchain startup that is building the infrastructure for a new decentralised sharing economy, has announced they are forming a technology partnership with NuCypher, a company that provides encryption technology to decentralised applications.

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Rise of the smart city will come with the car’s death

Some people like change, some people don’t like change, and when it comes to building anything most fear the cars that come with it. Antony Savvas considers whether his local paper will ever be free of parking fears, let alone full of brave new world attitudes to smart cities.

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First Global Review of smart cities published

Future Cities Catapult have released its first global review of smart city strategies at the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona. The report looks at 21 smart city strategies from around the world including New York, Berlin, Sao Paulo and Manchester.

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Born connected: A new era in mobile innovation

The Internet is today in the hands of billions, transforming the way we experience the world around us for good. The breakneck speed of technology innovation and the way in which social media, mobile devices and the cloud permeate all aspects of our lives means that in many parts of the world,

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High risk of breaches in IoT healthcare and automotive industries, according to Spirent’s forecast

Spirent Communications plc, a provider of mobile network, application, services, and device-test solutions, warned of the increased likelihood of disruptions this year to a wide variety of civil and military applications relying on global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) – GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and BeiDou.

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Usership vs Ownership: would you rent your car to a neighbour?

What’s the fastest car on the road? A rental car. And it is exactly this adage that presents one of the biggest barriers to the successful application of peer-to-peer car sharing.

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Industry 4.0 being driven by cloud, as 62% of firms are implementing or planning robotics

The technologies defining the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’, or Industry 4.0, are being powered by cloud infrastructures. The Oracle report, Cloud: Opening up the Road to Industry 4.0 has found that from robotics to artificial intelligence,

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The secrets of using big data insights successfully

As the Internet of Things (IoT) – in which everything from shoes to reservoirs are able to report their status and respond to network information – becomes ubiquitous, we are set to see the biggest disruption to business models since the introduction of the internet,

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Despite recent clouds of uncertainty Databarracks predicts a bright future for AWS

Greater opportunities in the fields of IoT, big data and predictive analytics, the chance for smaller providers to compete by offering niche services, and a bright future despite losing one of their best-known customers.

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The future of IoT, as told by those driving the revolution – Part 1

Internationally renowned Smart IoT speakers share their views of the industry ahead of what is claimed to be the world’s largest IoT event.

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