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
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 innovationRead More
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.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.
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, Read More
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.Read More
Early success in IoT relies on turning pain points into proof points – and then looking round the next corner for a bigger opportunity
Jeff Miller is vice president of PTC’s IoT Transformation Advisory Practice. He and his team help companies maximise the value of their investments in IoT technologies and solutions through transformation strategy, business insight, monetisation and programme consulting services. Here, he tells George Malim, the managing editor of IoT Now, how organisations can construct attractive business cases for initial deployments that also position them to benefit from greater second and third wave opportunities as IoT understanding and capability matures
Get on-board for smart city ticketing today
True mobile ticketing is at the heart of future public transportation, says Antony Savvas. A key aim of the smart city agenda lies in the use of data and technology to create efficiencies, improve sustainability and improve the quality of life for those living and working in such cities.Read More