Rays of sun are brightening the tech sector’s gloom

A WEEK IN IoT – The news hasn’t improved much lately, and it’s tough to digest a diet of disaster in the media, says Jeremy Cowan. We have to hold our hands up here for sharing tough news in www.TheEE.io , www.IoT-Now.com , and www.VanillaPlus.com ). So, don’t think I’m in denial when I try to lift the spirits a little

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Why smart cities are the secret ingredient to socio-economic success: Part one

From Lahore, Shanghai and New York City, to Barcelona, Manchester and Milton Keynes, we’re seeing an exponential rise in the number of smart cities being ‘created’ globally, with the intention of making citizens’ lives more convenient, secure and sustainable.

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The UK NHS long term 10-year plan: Why will technology be key in delivering this?

In order to future proof the National Health Service (NHS), the UK Health Secretary recently announced a Long Term Plan to ensure the service continues seamlessly and smoothly for years to come. As Wayne Miller, Healthcare director EMEA at Zebra Technologies reports,

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ehi Live event is acquired by CloserStill and moved into London’s Digital Healthcare Show

ehi Live 2019 will be fully incorporated into the next Digital Healthcare Show, which is part of the Health+Care series of events held on 26-27 June, 2019 at London ExCeL. This change follows the show’s sale to event organisers, CloserStill Media.

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Encrypted cloud transfer and messenger application protects healthcare industry from cyber attack

Free cloud security application get2Clouds is a new encrypted cloud sync, all-platform messenger, and file transfer bubble that allows healthcare providers to communicate and transfer large files securely without compromising patient data.

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Optimising the care pathway : A vision of connected healthcare delivery

Healthcare is going through its own digital transformation. New technology, such as wearables, telemedicine and IoT connectivity is making its way into hospitals, clinics and care homes. It is aimed at optimising care pathways to reduce average hospital stays and improve patient welfare.

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Health service could be saved by robots with artificial emotional intelligence

My new resolution is to be less robophobic, says Nick Booth. There are good reasons to fear these electronic ‘jobsworths’. Robots write apps, books, songs and slaughter chess grandmasters. Worse still, some fiend has invented a prototype robotic reporter.

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How IoT will disrupt healthcare

There are hundreds of proposals for the IoT in the health services. Half of them could be terrible. If only we knew which half! I’m not sure about other countries but whenever I hear about ‘disruptive technology’ and the British National Health Service (NHS), I always feel nervous.

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Outsourced AI and deep learning in the healthcare industry – Is data privacy at risk?

As emerging technologies, artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning are proven to provide powerful business insights. This is especially true for the healthcare industry, says Jonathan Martin, EMEA operations director at Anomali,

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We could snuff out DDoS attack by fighting fire with Multefire

Don’t go onto the IoT right now, there’s some demons out there.

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Audio innovation turns regular consumer headphones into tinnitus clinical early warning system

An innovation by UK-based engineering and design consultancy Plextek could soon have a far-reaching impact on the early diagnosis and treatment of debilitating hearing conditions such as tinnitus. Tinnitus is an aural condition that currently affects more than 300 million people worldwide.

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Smart technology : Building a more affordable home

The UK government has unveiled a new strategy to build 250,000 more affordable homes, following an admission in February 2017 that England’s housing market is “broken.”

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SMEs awarded £50,000 to solve London problems including noise and safe cycling using IoT

Six small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from across the UK have been awarded a share of £50,000 (€58,000) funding by Future Cities Catapult, the UK Government-supported centre of excellence in urban innovation.

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Putting patients in control of their own healthcare through the ‘connected home’

Statistics by the Organisation for Economic Education and Development (OECD) show average life expectancies in European countries have steadily increased over the last 30 years, and in France for example, it is now as high as 86.

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How network infrastructure holds the key to a ‘happy ever after’ for smart citizens

Modern life is demanding. Better connectivity means people now want everything on-demand in all aspects of their lives. Businesses have been tasked with keeping up, delivering the products and services required, without compromise,

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UK plc to benefit by £322 billion from big data and IoT – don’t miss out!

The value of big data equity in the UK was estimated at £12 billion ($17.49 billion) a year or 0.7 per cent of the UK’s annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2012.

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