The future is connected and it’s on us to secure it

The Internet of Things is celebrating a milestone birthday this year, says Charles Eagan, CTO at BlackBerry. Back in 1999, British technologist Kevin Ashton coined the term Internet of Things (IoT) while developing sensor and identification technologies at MIT. Today, as the now-ubiquitous term turns 20 years old, I can’t help but reflect on how

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The need to integrate data is urgent and non-trivial, says the Father of IoT

Kevin Ashton has been an executive director and visiting engineer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he led work on the next generation of computing. Perhaps more importantly for this report, says Jeremy Cowan, he is the man who coined the term the ‘Internet of Things’.

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JDA begins research collaboration with MIT to accelerate digital supply chain innovations embracing the intelligent edge

JDA Software, Inc., announced a multiyear collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) focused on joint research to create new and innovative capabilities within the supply chain utilising intelligent edge technologies like machine learning, AI, IoT and advanced analytics.

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Fleet Space wins grant for Dutch agtech project

Adelaide-based Fleet Space Technologies has scored a grant from the Dutch Government for an agricultural IoT project that, in collaboration with two Dutch companies, will monitor rainfall and optimise irrigation.

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Huawei unveils its cloud strategy of enabling an ‘Intelligent World’ with ecosystem partners

More than 20,000 ICT industry leaders and experts from over 120 countries and regions gathered in Shanghai for the first HUAWEI CONNECT, Huawei’s largest-ever integrated conference for the global ICT ecosystem.

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The Internet of Things: riding the wave of data

The Internet of Things (IoT) will number between 20 and 50 billion interconnected devices by 2020. While open to debate, the amount of data that will be generated is predicted to be trillions of gigabytes.

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