Dassault Systèmes is collaborating with Granta Design to help product innovation teams make more informed decisions about the materials they use for the products they are developing and the experiences they want to deliver.
If it wasn’t for security concerns, IoT would be a much bigger part of our lives and businesses. That’s the verdict of 26% of business executives in a survey, and it certainly seems on point as a fear for our privacy and security is the biggest concern holding IoT back, next only to cost.
Emtelle, a provider of blown fibre and ducted network solutions for the telecoms industry, announced a new addition to its PowerProtect+ range, completing its data centre portfolio and further reducing the risk of costly damage to areas where cables transition from an external to internal network.
Sensor City has partnered with the international software company, Altium, to give SMEs access to specialist design software that will rapidly prototype their innovations and reduce time to market.
A new report by Juniper Research found that hybrid smartwatches such as Fossil Q and Nokia Steel, which appear to be analogue watches but integrate some smartwatch functionality, will make up over 50% of the smartwatches market in 2022.
Gemalto, a provider of digital security, has revealed that 90% of consumers lack confidence in the security of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. This comes as more than two-thirds of consumers and almost 80% of organisations support governments getting involved in setting IoT security.
Geo, the Cambridge based developer of smarter home energy products has celebrated the formal presentation of the 2017 Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation.
LPRS CS has identified systems integrators and service providers as having the greatest opportunity of all company types to deploy, use and generate revenue from IoT/M2M applications.
This is part 1 of our 3 part “in it to win it” series, the series will cover system integrators role in IoT and why and how they can win more IoT projects.
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.
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