Intelligent Transport Conference 2017: Top five lessons for urban transport
With the Intelligent Transport Conference finished for another year, we take a look at the top five lessons to be learnt in the urban transport industry…The passenger comes first: these are the words that were at the very heart of the discussion in every aspect of this year’s Intelligent Transport Conference.Read More
Intelligent prevention – how technology can help reduce UK rail suicides
There were 237 suicides and suspected suicides on the UK rail network in 2016. While this is a decrease from the 2015 figure of 253, it is no surprise these actions have a long-lasting impact on friends, family, witnesses and those who respond to an event. Read More
A Week in IoT: Broadcom mulls $100bn bid for Qualcomm, as Ayla banks $60m Chinese backing
Broadcom Ltd. is rumoured to be considering a bid of up to US$100 billion for Qualcomm Inc., according to a report by Bloomberg. As Jeremy Cowan writes, if it goes ahead this could be one of the biggest ever acquisitions of a chipmaker.
Working group focuses on sky-high potential of supply chain control towers
In today’s global marketplace, supply chains are becoming increasingly complex. Recognising the growing need for centralised control, planning and execution of supply chain activities across all supply chain partners,
How remote access technology will transform the automotive industry: Part 2
As we saw the first 3 points in Part 1 yesterday, the remaining points of the article continue below.The automotive market is increasingly saturated and competitive, compelling car manufacturers to find new ways to differentiate themselves through the connected ‘experience’ they can offer, says Tom Blackie, head of Automotive at RealVNC.Read More
Six ways remote access technology will transform the automotive industry: Part 1
The automotive industry is set to undergo seismic changes. With the convergence of the IT and automotive industries, new and disruptive technologies, the rise of autonomous vehicles, customer demand for e-mobility, automotive firms are morphing into all-encompassing technology companies, says Tom Blackie, head of Automotive at RealVNC.Read More
Dude, where’s my car?
With live commercial consumer connected car offerings, called Telia Sense, in Sweden and Denmark, enabled by partner Springworks, Telia is making substantial commitments to IoT applications and services. Jens-Peter Meesenburg, the head of global IoT verticals at Telia, tells George Malim why it has targeted connected cars and how he sees the company developing further IoT opportunities in both business-to-business and business-to-consumer IoT.
A Week in IoT: Can an industrial IoT story help GE put the 2017 Horror Show to bed?
GE‘s public profile this year has been little short of a horror show, says Jeremy Cowan. Forget Hallowe’en, Wall Street and the blue chip’s partners have been spooked by a nightmare of Kruegeresque proportions – one from which it seems hard to wake.Read More
Deriving transport benefits from big data and the Internet of Things in smart cities
Public transport is one of the biggest challenges facing cities today – how can big data and the Internet of Things be leveraged to tackle the issues? A recent study has been commissioned by the Department for Transport from consultants Ricardo Energy & Environment Read More