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Cybersecurity concerns may stop consumers from purchasing a connected car

According to new survey by Irdeto, the provider in digital platform security, 93% of consumers believe they do not own or do not know if they own a connected car and nearly half (49%) do not own and do not plan on buying one in the future. (more…)

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Lantronix launches advanced wireless embedded IoT gateways

Lantronix, Inc., a global provider of secure data access and management solutions for the industrial Internet of Things (IoT), announced the launch of its xPico 200 embedded IoT gateways. (more…)

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Frost & Sullivan: Over half of the billions of IoT devices in the market will live in connected spaces

Irdeto, the digital platform security provider, and global analyst firm, Frost & Sullivan, have published a new whitepaper outlining that more than half of the 45.4 billion IoT devices expected to be in use by 2023 will be implemented in connected spaces, including homes, buildings and cities. While IoT plays a significant role in shaping the future of connected spaces, the successful transformation of connected homes, buildings and cities is dependent upon simple, frictionless and dynamic security. (more…)

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Growth, investment and relocation to Wales accelerated by new IoT programme

Internet of Things (IoT) start-ups across the UK can apply for an accelerator programme based in Wales, launched to provide promising businesses with the financial investment, invaluable knowledge and extensive network needed to accelerate growth. (more…)

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Nine in ten UK consumers want stricter security controls on connected cars

Thales, a provider of critical information systems, cybersecurity and data security, reports new research reveals the security concerns that UK consumers associate with connected devices, including cars. Surveying 1,000 consumers across the US and UK, (more…)

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Cutting the risks of copper cable theft through the IoT

With global copper prices remaining high, cable theft within the rail industry is a problem that continues to damage rail operators leaving them and infrastructure owners with huge costs. What options and solutions exist for the railway industry to safeguard vital copper cabling from thieves? (more…)

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Hubject reinvents its emobility platform

A new IT system is available to all partners in the Hubject charging network from 22 November. The platform offered by the Berlin-based emobility company connects over 300 automotive companies, energy suppliers and IT companies across 26 countries, laying the foundation for the world’s largest cross-provider charging network for electric vehicles – the intercharge network. (more…)

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Europe’s apetito selects SOTI for mobile device security and data protection in food supplies

apetito, the parent company of the UK provider of home-delivered frozen meals Wiltshire Farm Foods, has partnered with Internet of Things (IoT) and device management provider, SOTI to protect its sensitive business data across its multi-platform device estate. (more…)

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Technology improvements meet increasing demand for high-speed data transmission components, research team finds

The need for high-speed data transmission and increased data traffic in cloud computing have enabled convergence of complementary metal-oxide semiconductors (CMOS) technology, three-dimensional (ED) integration technology, and fibre-optic communication technology to create photonic integrated circuits. So say researchers from Frost & Sullivan. (more…)

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FleetUp obtains FMCSA certification for ‘web service’ transfer of ELD data

FleetUp, a provider of ELD/HOS compliance solutions for Intelligent Fleet Management, announced full FMCSA-certification with the additional achievement of successfully transferring electronic logging device (ELD) data through the web. (more…)

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