Zumtobel Group Services reveals potential £6bn energy savings that UK Retail could be making

A new research report called Bright Future from lighting solutions expert Zumtobel Group Services (ZGS), has identified billions of pounds in savings that UK retailers could be making from digital transformation of their lighting systems through to 2025.

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Imperva announces the results on the current state of company preparedness for GDPR

Imperva, Inc.committed to protecting business-critical data and applications in the cloud and on-premises, announced the results of a survey on the current state of company preparedness for the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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Network innovation advocated by Huawei to maintain operators’ ‘continuous growth’

During the recent Huawei Global Analyst Summit 2017 (HAS), Huawei focused on wireless network innovations in the 5G-oriented ‘all-cloud’ era.

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Who’s directing the traffic? The need for regulation of autonomous vehicles

Regulation is usually presented as a burden to business. The default position of politicians keen to win the corporate vote is to promise to cut ‘red tape’ and free up innovation.

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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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LPWA: a market in the making

Whenever a new concept like IoT comes along, there is always speculation and conjecture over how the market for it will develop, particularly when there are competing technologies involved and LPWA is proving to be no exception. At present, how the market for IoT systems and devices evolves and what its eventual shape will be

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LPWA – the ‘Things’ finally get their own networks

After you’ve been in this industry for a while, you start to learn to trust your nose when it comes to new technologies, writes IoT Now magazine’s editor, Alun Lewis. Exposed to the usual hype, disinformation and vapourware, it’s all too easy to become sceptical – even cynical – about many claims that are made.

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Wearables at work will take off this year, says Epson

Many wearable devices to date have failed to live up to expectations – Google Glass and the Apple Watch in particular left many consumers wanting more. Valerie Riffaud-Cangelosi, new markets development manager at Epson believes that in 2016 we will see new applications for wearables reviving demand for the technology.

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