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How IoT will evolve this year and why disposability and recyclability will determine the future

The year is shaping up to be one of the most innovative in history, and you may be wondering which trends will emerge to drive connected life forward. After we saw IoT become a household name in 2017, says Vivek Mohan, director of Wireless IoT Products at Semtech, here’s what I believe 2018 has in store. (more…)

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Rise of the smart city will come with the car’s death

Some people like change, some people don’t like change, and when it comes to building anything most fear the cars that come with it. Antony Savvas considers whether his local paper will ever be free of parking fears, let alone full of brave new world attitudes to smart cities. (more…)

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Four key questions for automotive cybersecurity

The automotive industry is at an iPhone moment, where the convergence of network connectivity and autonomous technology is fuelling an explosion of innovation and bringing a lot of new players into the market. What used to be strictly a mechanical device is now a computer on wheels, often carrying over 100 million lines of code. (more…)

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Are we really ready to trust in AI?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is dividing the world. Heralding the fourth industrial revolution, is AI a force for good, as predicted by PwC boosting the UK economy by 10% over the coming decade, or is it the beginning of the end for a raft of manual and knowledge workers? (more…)

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GPS tracking provider Trackerando deploy cloud-based IoT platform in just six weeks

Trackerando allows its enterprise and consumer customers to accurately track and monitor vehicles, assets and people. The company upgraded to Cumulocity to provide an IoT platform which delivers carrier grade reliability and accelerates innovation (more…)

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Grab the keys: The future of connected cars is trust-based services – Part 1

Last year saw many industries take further steps to focus on incorporating connectivity and increased levels of personalisation in their products and services, says Andrew Till, vice president of Technology & Marketing at HARMAN Connected Services. (more…)

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Alexa and aibo aim to control your car, as Renault finds a spare $1bn in the glove box

If August is the Silly Season when news slackens, Jan/Feb is definitely peak Tech News Season – even if some of it has the faint whiff of ‘Slideware’. Yes, it’s time to digest the transport news from CES 2018 in Vegas and wade through our Inboxes before MWC 2018 in Barcelona. Which is all a bit bonkers, says Jeremy Cowan, when you consider that neither is really a Transport event.

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Cities on the edge

The technologies that will empower the smart cities of the future are refreshingly free of controversy. The concept itself is an easy sell: after all, who doesn’t want buildings to be greener, energy networks more efficient, traffic congestion and pollution reduced? (more…)

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Why we turned to an open source database to back our IoT platform

At their core, Internet of Things (IoT) solutions are all about data – collecting valuable information at a magnitude and level of granular detail that has never before been possible. This is perhaps especially true when it comes to enterprise IoT applications, (more…)

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Over-the-air firmware: The critical driver of IoT success

In the early days of IoT, updating remote devices often caused intermittent disruption and performance degradation. As IoT platforms have matured, they have embraced a novel way to remotely and reliably update connected devices with little to no disruption: over-the-air (OTA) firmware updates. (more…)

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