The rise of digital technology within healthcare is nothing new, but it has been significantly shaped, and accelerated, by the pandemic. In recent years, says Andy Milne, regional vice president of Northern Europe at Forescout, technological advances have ramped up right across the healthcare sector to plug the gaps created by the absence of physical
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For many industrialists, the term ‘Digital Twin’ is no surprise. It is the next big thing in the fourth industrial revolution for the development of new products and processes, says Chandana Patnaik, senior content writer at Stratview Research. How would you react upon seeing a replica of a what-if scenario for your product, or simulated
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Machinery in modern facilities relies on data more than operators to function. This reliance on data has sharply risen with the introduction of the Internet of Things (IoT) in manufacturing operations. IoT devices enable machine-to-machine (M2M) communication where devices in your facility can share information. IoT also enables the communication between devices and cloud computing
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As telecommunications technology progresses, a new connectivity era is about to dawn. The simple-looking SIM card is jumping on the bandwagon of technology change, becoming increasingly software-defined. This new eSIM technology has the potential to enhance connectivity, permitting a reduction in IoT deployment costs, says Mohit Shrivastava, chief analyst ICT at Future Market Insights. Besides, chief information officers
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IoT connectivity is facing a big test as more companies adopt digital twins technology, claims a leading digital twins expert. Antony Savvas reports from IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona. With digital twins, the idea is that a virtual twin of an existing product is maintained with constantly collected manufacturing and business data, to make
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The European Commission has spelt out what it wants from Industry 5.0 with the help of IoT. Antony Savvas reports. At this week’s IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona, which IoT Now is attending, Sean O’Reagain, deputy head of Industry 5.0 at the Commission, demanded a replacement for Industry 4.0 with a “more human touch”.
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The KNX Association has used this week’s IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona to launch a new solution to connect all major smart home devices, including those from Apple, Google, Amazon and Philips. Report by Antony Savvas. KNX is a standard backed and used by 500 manufacturers globally involved in the provision of smart building
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When we think about the role of technology in the music industry, our minds automatically turn to distribution and the shift from records to CDs to downloads. Digital downloads generate more than $1 billion per year, around half the overall revenue of the industry as a whole. Yet that’s only a small part of the story. The impact
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