Breakthrough sensors: Fugitive hydrocarbon detection utilising cloud based IoT Gas Activated Systems at Texas Tech University

The Petroleum Engineering Department at Texas Tech University conducted testing on the Gas Activated Systems suite of cloud-based fugitive hydrocarbon detection tools. DetectSys–a system utilising breakthrough multi-species gas quantification in a single sensor–complete with geolocation and long-range wireless communications, was exposed to methane in field-encountered conditions.The immediate output was observed via the PreventSys platform via real-time dashboards […]

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Three out of four CIOs fear IoT performance problems could derail operations and significantly hurt revenues

According to a global survey of 800 CIOs, nearly three-quarters (74%) of IT leaders are concerned that Internet of Things (IoT) performance problems could directly impact business operations and significantly damage revenues.This is one of the key findings of a survey conducted independently by Vanson Bourne for software intelligence company, Dynatrace. This is mostly because 78% of CIOs said […]

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In-vehicle commerce opportunities drive total connected cars to exceed 775 mn by 2023

A new report from Juniper Research has revealed that 775 million consumer vehicles will be connected via telematics or by in-vehicle apps by 2023, rising from 330 million vehicles in 2018. This is an average annual growth of 18.7% over the next 5 years. The new research, Consumer Connected Cars: Telematics, In-vehicle Apps & Connected Car Commerce 2018-2023, […]

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Can telcos beat cloud giants like Google, Microsoft, Amazon in the IoT battle?

Nowadays, we see a new battle arising in the IoT domain. It seems that after years of false promises, the IoT is becoming a viable market and all the tech giants want a piece.All the gorilla cloud services providers launched differentiated, proprietary IoT solutions, but it is clear that they want to get a grip […]

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