Changing perceptions of engineering: Bridging the skills gap with automated engineering

According to the State of Engineering Survey by Engineering UK, the industry requires 265,000 new skilled entrantsannually in order to meet demand by 2024. Here, Martyn Williams, managing director at industrial software provider COPA-DATA UK, 

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IoT’s environment monitoring accelerates globalisation of food production and processing, says Inmarsat

A new Internet of Things (IoT) research study from Inmarsat, a global mobile satellite communications provider, has found that agritech businesses are helping many food producers to meet increasingly stringent import requirements by monitoring production, food hygiene, and sustainability through the use of IoT.

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The bustling growth of IoT-connected smart cities

Technology is growing beyond our palm-held smartphones. It is now sizing up to empower cities and nations to become true global powers.

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The key to developing a successful smart city – Part 1

Cities today are facing increasing competition both locally and globally to become more intelligent, more integrated and more innovative with the evolution of new “smart” technologies.

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How will the Internet of Things affect sustainability? — Part 2

The Internet of Things (IoT) has taken the world of technology by storm. While it has been discussed, theorised and continuously developed for a number of years, consumers are only just starting to experience its uses in everyday life first-hand through products like Nest.

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Telematics enables UPS fleet to avoid driving 63.5 million miles in 2010

In the latest edition of its annual Sustainability Report, UPS stated it has reduced the amount of fuel it’s using to deliver each package in the United States.

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