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.
Security has become a growing concern in the Internet of Things (IoT) industry. Without robust protection, self-driving car networks easily could fall under nefarious control, and sensitive healthcare and industrial data could be intercepted and sold to the highest bidder.
Speed won’t help your connected car get there sooner but, says technology writer Nick Booth, the journey will be so nice you won’t care. There’s an argument that there are diminishing returns on speed.
SK Telecom has announced that, together with Ericsson and BMW Korea, it has achieved a peak rate of 3.6Gbps for a connected vehicle travelling at a speed of 170 kilometers per hour.
Qualcomm Inc. announced at COMPUTEX 2016 that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., is extending its QCA401x connectivity solutions with a new product.
A globe-spanning network for the Internet of Things (IoT) has been built over the past 20 years that provides the coverage, security and reliability needed to connect us and bring intelligence to the things that surround us.
CSR plc (LSE: CSR; NASDAQ: CSRE) announced that its CSRmesh™ technology has been used by SK Telecom to enable the world’s first range of smart LED lightbulbs which also function as Bluetooth® Smart beacons networked together using CSRmesh.
u-blox, the Swiss positioning and wireless chip and module company, has received approval for its LISA-U110 UMTS/HSPA wireless module from SK Telecom