Vodafone to protect the skies with trials of the first IoT drone tracking and safety technology
Vodafone announced the commencement of trials of the world’s first air traffic control drone tracking and safety technology. Vodafone’s pioneering approach uses innovative 4G Internet of Things (IoT) technology to protect aircraft from catastrophic accidents as well as prevent inadvertent Read More
IoT vs. snowfalls: Smart response of Moscow communal services
The Department of Information Technologies of Moscow (DIT) has announced completing the implementation of a unified IoT platform for monitoring and controlling over 22,000 communal vehicles: street sweepers, snowplow and waste trucks, water carts, etc. Read More
BKT simplifies and accelerates Guadalajara’s bike share scheme using AI with Stage Intelligence
Stage Intelligence, a provider of Bike Share Scheme management solutions, has been selected by BKT bicipública, a Central American Bike Share operator, to deploy its BICO Bike Share management platform.Read More
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?Read More
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.
PTC focuses on next-generation licensing for the automotive industry
PTC, announced accelerated plans to help automotive companies convert their existing PTC software assets to subscription licenses, as well as develop next-generation vehicles using the ThingWorx® Industrial Innovation Platform as a product development/production platform.Read More
Nuance shows AI-powered developments for the car and smart home of the future at CES 2018
New conversational artificial intelligence (AI)-powered solutions asre being shown at CES 2018 by Nuance Communications, Inc..Through advancements in conversational AI, Nuance is empowering solutions that hear, understand, learn, and use language to interact with consumers, providing personalised experiences and aiming for new levels of convenience, engagement, security and satisfaction.Read More
New services and monetisation opportunities for automotive OEMs enabled by next generation Harman Ignite
HARMAN International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., focused on connected technologies for automotive, consumer and enterprise markets, today announced the launch of the next generation of HARMAN Ignite.Read More
BYTON electric ‘intelligent SUV’ makes global debut at CES in Las Vegas
BYTON debuted its first drivable concept car at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, U.S.A. With a unique digital design and innovative human-vehicle interaction, the premium SUV functions as a Next Generation Smart Device, built for the coming era of shared, smart mobility and autonomous driving.
China puts 5G in the fast lane but could strain operator resources until 2020, says Strategy Analytics
China is accelerating 5G development and hopes 5G will become an engine for the country’s new industrialisation and digital transformation, replicating its industrial policy that produced success in 4G.Read More