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Drones the transport of choice for Aircraft seats manufacturers production line

Collins Aerospace transports spare parts from its storage centre a couple of fields away using drones when it would take too long to travel by road One of the world’s leading aircraft seats manufacturers is using drones to keep its production line running. Collins Aerospace transports spare parts from its storage centre a couple of… Read More


IoT anti-poaching system set for global expansion

IoT devices have already radically reduced rhino poaching in South Africa IoT technology that has dramatically reduced rhino poaching in a South African game reserve could be used to help other threatened species across the world, as conservationists look for new ways to stop poachers before they can reach wildlife. Dimension Data and Cisco first… Read More


How to best optimise the IoT for your business

The 9th April, 2019 is celebrated as the global IoT day IoT Day began back in 2010 and has grown in scale and scope as the IoT becomes more embedded into the everyday. Of all the business who chose to implement the IoT last year, 94% have already seen a return on their IoT investment. However, the… Read More


Less than half of UK businesses know how to capitalize on 5G

Although 5G could boost businesses by £15.7 billion a year by 2025, only 39 percent of business decision makers say they know how to make the most of the new technology 5G technology has the potential to boost UK business revenues by up to £15.7 billion by 2025 if rollout is accelerated, a report has… Read More


Londons FiveAI: Our driverless tech is Waymo ready than Googles

London autonomous car firm FiveAI has begun pilots in Bromley and Croydon Supervised tests of a potential autonomous car service built by a UK-based artificial intelligence firm have begun in two London boroughs. Autonomous technology firm FiveAI has started testing five self-driving cars in Bromley and Croydon as the latest step in its plans to… Read More


UK buses transported into the future with first driverless tech trial

Multiple sensors such as radar, optical cameras and ultrasound are used to detect and avoid objects The UK’s first full-sized bus with driverless technology is being trialled by one of the UK’s biggest transport firms. Stagecoach said the vehicle will use autonomous functions to move around a depot in Manchester. The system uses multiple sensors… Read More


New algorithm could protect IoT devices from cyber attacks

US researchers claim to have created a system that improves the security of IoT devices  Researchers claim to have developed a new algorithm which can help protect devices such as remote car keys from cyber attacks. Scientists at two US universities have created a programme that regulates how some small devices emit more power and… Read More


MWC Day Two: Smart city set-top boxes, 5G ambulances, ATT/Azure get cosy

We pick out our favourite stories and announcements from day two of MWC. Click here to read yesterday’s recap. Catalonia gov’t unveils 5G ambulances What it is: An emergency vehicle fit with 5G connectivity capable of speeds of up to 5Gbps. Why it matters: You may have been sold 5G on the promise of superfast HD movie… Read More


MWC Day One: Qualcomm robots, Leonardo dIoT, disobedient coffee machines

MWC Barcelona kicked off yesterday, providing a flurry of announcements, innovations, and of course, plenty of back-patting from the major vendors and OEMs. MWC has recently taken a turn to the edge, exalted IoT and embraced 5G fever, although this year marks a return to the headlines for genuinely exciting and novel consumer innovations, with… Read More


Nokia announces vertically-focused IoT packages

Built of its WING architecture, Nokia’s new IoT as-a-service offerings target IoT’s most convincing use cases Ahead of the Mobile World Congress, Nokia has launched a raft of off-the-shelf IoT packages serving use cases in livestock management, logistics, agriculture and asset management. The as-a-service offerings are built off of the Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING)… Read More


West is jealous of our 5G superiority, says Huawei

Huawei ups the ante against 5G backlash, suggesting its place as a market leader in 5G technology could be behind scrutiny of the company Jealousy could be behind some of the criticism of Huawei in the West, the Chinese technology giant has suggested. The firm said it had a “sound record” of cybersecurity and warned… Read More


IoT smartphone apps ripe for breaches, say researchers

Researchers in the US and Brazil who comprehensively reviewed the security policies of IoT companion apps claim half of them are potentially vulnerable to security exploits, an estimate they say is “conservative” IoT security is a hot topic, and to be truthful has been for some time. We’ve seen the figures about attempted breaches, ignorance… Read More



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