Can superhuman vision help make someone a better IT manager? Can X-ray eyes improve the way you administer your cabling infrastructure? CommScope says the answer is a resounding “Yes!” and has demonstrated augmented reality (AR) capabilities with its imVision® automated infrastructure management solution so customers soon will “see” what’s going on in their local area networks.
As more everyday objects in our lives become connected, our interactions with technology will continue to change drastically. However, the complexities of how to control these smart technologies is a different matter. With 5G, connectivity is set to become omnipresent.
TiTAN AI Robot from TiTAN Platform™, a smart content and device company, not only responds to verbal requests (What’s the weather forecast? Did the Cubs win? Play Bob Dylan! Turn on the house lights!) but also gets visual (showing your calendar for the day, home security cameras, your BFF on a video call,
Autonomous vehicles are fast moving from a distant aspiration of the future to a reality of the present day, with more and more companies investing in the development of the self-driving cars.
The world, today, is running with the power of smartphones and with mobile devices nudging towards the connected technology, the apps are becoming the main force behind the acceleration of connected technology.
Question One: Did you know the smart home means that your fridge will be able to order milk?
Question Two: Do you care?
Premier Farnell has created an IoT Power Calculator that aims to help developers of IoT (Internet of Things) projects to understand the expected battery life of their IoT devices. It also allows them to experiment with different components and software algorithms to determine their impact on battery life.
A review of the latest book by Gerd Leonhard, futurist, keynote speaker and author. I’ve been writing about technology for many, many years and along the way I’ve come to the conclusion that guru-type predictions tend to be pretentious and all too often they turn out to be wrong.
Engineers from Vodafone and Huawei have completed the first over-the-air connection on a live network using standardised NB-IoT. The commercial trial took place in Madrid, Spain.
Combined with Intel’s existing assets, Movidius Technology – for new devices like drones, robots, virtual reality (VR) headsets and more. Intel expects it to position the company to lead in providing computer vision and deep learning solutions from the device to the cloud.
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