Cars with embedded connectivity to reach 200mn by 2025

A new study from Juniper Research has found that the number of vehicles with embedded connectivity will reach 200 million globally by 2025; rising from 110 million in 2020. One of the main beneficiaries of this growth will be mobile operators. The incorporation of eSIMs (embedded SIM) into the vehicle will enable operators to leverage their existing […]

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Traxens announces partnership with COSCO

Traxens, a company that provides high-value data and services for the supply chain industry, announces a partnership with COSCO Shipping Logistics that aims to promote a full set of IoT data services based on Traxens cutting-edge smart container solutions. Both companies are carrying out a test program to provide IoT data services to COSCO Shipping Logistics’ […]

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Standards hold the key to unlocking the connected home

In light of the current pandemic, global technology market advisory firm ABI Research estimates that Connected Home devices could see a 30% year-on-year sales surge in the coming months. Not only this, says Daniel Egger, Axiros GmbH and Project Stream Lead for Broadband User Services (BUS) Data Modeling Project Stream, smart home devices are expected to […]

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AI: Enterprise security friend or foe?

Many enterprises already employ artificial intelligence (AI) and bots to search for threats and high-risk environments in their own networks and within internal software. But unfortunately, says John Briar, COO and co-founder of BotRx, cyber criminals are seeing the value of AI-powered bots too. Cyber criminals have appropriated these technologies, creating a new generation of bad bots that […]

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UK to steer around pothole crisis with mapping project before schools return

An audit into the mapping of potholes in England, said to be the first-of-its-kind, has been launched today by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, aided by data from on-road businesses such as Uber and Deliveroo. The goal is to better target improvements so that the UK’s notoriously poor-quality roads are in an improved condition as people […]

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Did COVID-19 help reveal the path forward for industry?

While initially concerned at the impact of remote work mandated as part of COVID-19 safe working practices, many industrial leaders were encouraged to find the use of manufacturing executions systems (MESs) and plant data repositories (Historians) reduced the challenge of maintaining effective control of production from afar. So what’s going to happen at firms that […]

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