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Scaling the Internet of Things for rail networks

Automation and efficiency can be game changers, propelling a mode of transport born almost 200 hundred years ago into an efficient, twenty-first century one that has never been in more demand, writes Rahul Prabhakar, head of transportation practice, global services at Nokia. (more…)

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IoT, embedded systems need a unique approach to testing

Jason Chandralal, general manager and practice head at Happiest Minds, says that IoT could be one of the biggest testing opportunities ever, but it needs to evolve and be automated to meet the unprecedented demands on it. (more…)

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BT deploys industrial wireless backbone solution for DP World Antwerp

BT has completed “an innovative, secure and resilient wireless backbone network” for DP World Antwerp, which offers services for containers, at its Antwerp Gateway in Belgium, one of Europe’s busiest container terminals. (more…)

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Will artificial intelligence have an impact on IoT sooner or later?

The market intelligence company IDC estimates that the number of connected devices and sensors to the internet will surge from 11 billion in 2016 to 80 billion by 2025. These devices and sensors will produce huge amount of big data, says Tushar Bhatnagar, IoT project manager with TechMahindra. (more…)

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iPhone eSIM is an opportunity not a threat, says European network operator

Apple’s new iPhone is to use an eSIM. The Cupertino-based company confirmed that there is an eSIM solution for the S 2018 iPhones refresh. (more…)

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The FMCSA now lists more than 380 self-certified ELDs from diverse players

Recent years have seen the emergence of numerous new players offering various types of electronic logging solutions in line with North American regulatory developments around HOS monitoring aimed at replacing paper-based logs. (more…)

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Big data investments in the car industry to grow 16% in next four years, says SNS Research

A new automotive industry research report released by SNS Research forecasts a 16% growth (CAGR) in big data investments over the next four years. The report is out now and totals 501 pages with 99 Tables and figures. (more…)

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Keeping the mobile lifeline ready

Some 500 people each week die in accidents on European roads, and in an effort to lower this number, the European Union (EU) has introduced eCall, a new vehicle safety system that leverages the mobile networks in each member country. What lessons does it hold for the rapidly developing, wider IoT market? John English, senior marketing manager, Service Providers, Netscout looks at the new, pan-European eCall emergency service.

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Technical layers will drive connected transport in our smart world

As IoT moves into our cities, Ricardo Gomez-Ulmke, vice president, Solace, writes that many connected transportation initiatives fail because they aren’t built around passengers. Here he looks at what successful, long-term solutions need to cover. (more…)

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IoT Trucking: Managing connected vehicles and the transition to autonomous electric semi-trucks

The Internet of Things (IoT) is bringing a new level of automation to business operations, and companies in every industry are in a race to be the first to utilise IoT services that increase efficiency and change the face of their industry. (more…)

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