Mitigating the cyber risks of IoT and finding solutions

The last decade has seen unprecedented development of the Internet of Things (IoT) landscape, enabled by new distributed network technologies. McKinsey estimates that by 2025, the world will own 50 billion networked devices, up 400% from 2010, and contributing US$11 trillion (€10 trillion) to economies.

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Smartrac and Compass jointly create new customer experience

Smartrac Technology Group, a global RFID and Internet of Things (IoT) specialist, and Compass Marketing, a solutions provider for the CPG industry, are jointly supporting “Modern Retail Collective”. This is a store developed by McKinsey and Company, and Mall of America.

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Global IoT: Everyone’s talking about it. So why isn’t it happening?

“The MNOs have got a real problem when it comes to IoT. One problem is the race to zero on pricing for roaming.” As Jeremy Cowan says, the little bit of Yorkshire blood in me respects the directness of Eseye’s  CEO. As they say, Nick Earle calls a spade a spade.

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6 ways AI and IoT are transforming your business world in 2019

From managing inventories to improving personalised shopping experiences and assisting in data mining, AI (Artificial Intelligence) and IoT (Internet of Things) is transforming how people do business today. 

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Levelling the playing field: how tech organisations can tackle the gender gap and promote workplace diversity

Where are all the women in tech? Research by PwC suggests just 15 per cent of current employees in STEM roles are women. Mary Hunter, winner of the IAMCP’s 2018 Women in Tech Leadership Award and the Nottingham Post’s Businesswoman of the Year,

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Six essentials for successful sensor-informed applications

We live in a new sensing world enabled by low-cost sensors. The explosion of data-emitting sensors is flooding organisations with potentially valuable new inputs. Sensor data, and the need to easily collect, understand and automate actions based on it, are rapidly propelling the next wave of IoT automation.

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How IR sensor 2.0 will improve IoT technology

The next generation IR sensor 2.0 will be more flexible, much thinner and cheaper to manufacture than old sensors. This opens up for a big improvement and more areas of use within IoT.

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Sixgill joins PTC Partner Network to simplify sensor data handling for industrial IoT innovation

Sixgill®, LLC, a sensor data services provider for governing Internet of Everything (IoE) assets, reports that the company has joined the PTC Partner Network as a Technology Partner making its Sense™ Universal Sensor Data Services platform available on the PTC Marketplace.

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How artificial intelligence is projected to influence the automotive industry

Artificial intelligence and data science are two main technologies that forms the processes of the automotive. Since 2017, Udacity selected a group of 18 talented engineers (out of hundreds of applicants) to form the Self-Racing Cars team Udacity offer the first self-driving Nanodegree program.

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Leveraging IoT based technologies at the construction jobsite

The Internet of Things is ubiquitous, disrupting every aspect of how we live, work and play. With smart home, for example, a home owner can communicate with their IoT-connected thermostat as they leave the office, ensuring that they can come home to a cool house on a hot summer afternoon. Now, homeowners can optimise air

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Hitting IoT’s heights

I’m finally reading Wuthering Heights, says Donna Prlich, chief product officer, Pentaho, a book which at the time of publishing was considered ground-breaking and highly controversial for its dark, twisted storyline and cruel characters.

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Mobile applications are a key determinant of success, says DOGFI.SH Mobile’s CEO

As the Internet of Things (IoT) market grows, mobile applications will be a key determinant of success. This is according to Ross Tuffee, CEO of DOGFI.SH Mobile, who states that application development needs to be one of the main starting points for organisations looking to exploit the IoT, not an afterthought.

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Bertolt Brecht and digital transformation

In my opening remarks at the Product Innovation Conference in Berlin, I talked about a famous Berliner, Bertolt Brecht. You might wonder what does the influential poet, playwright, and theatre director has to do with engineering, innovation and digital transformation?

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Why Machine learning, Data Analytics and Internet of Things are BFF

Internet of Things is often associated with making common objects smart and connected. But it’s not enough to ‘give senses’ to inanimate objects. What we need to do next is to let IoT think and learn. Here is why.

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Embracing the ecosystem – the first step to thriving in the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things has taken the world by storm. With a long list of potential benefits for businesses and consumers alike, it is no surprise that there is a growing list of companies aiming to tap into the potential.

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How VGVs play in the IIoT world

Machines on the plant floor will soon actively identify problems, determine a course of action, execute, and measure those results – all without human interaction.

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