A Proof of Concept (PoC) is a small-scale project designed to assess the feasibility and viability of a concept or idea. It serves as a preliminary experiment that helps businesses understand whether a concept can be successfully executed and whether it aligns with their strategic objectives. Why Are Proofs of Concept Essential? Risk Mitigation: PoCs
In the UK, only 38% of rail passengers are satisfied with the way rail companies deal with delays that are often caused by asset failures. It speaks eloquently to the fact that while maintenance is the bulk of costs for the rail industry, the current approaches can’t provide an adequate service level. With the advent
Statista predicts that the number of IoT (internet of things) connected devices could skyrocket to over 75 billion by 2025. This means entrepreneurs, educators and learners will further enjoy increased connectivity and improved engagement as relevant information can be put to use more effectively, says Karoline Gore, freelance technology writer. The pandemic impacted everyone’s lives, demanding an
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The integration of internet of medical things devices in complex healthcare landscape represents a rallying cry for progress. With the ability to revolutionise patient care through enhanced diagnostics, real-time monitoring, streamlined operations and more, these ingenious gadgets and systems hold the promise of dramatically reshaping the healthcare industry. From hypervigilant smart monitors that oversee vital
The internet of things (IoT) has indisputably catalysed a paradigm shift in our lifestyles and workplaces. From intelligent climate control systems and surveillance devices to health monitoring gadgets and sophisticated appliances, IoT devices have become seamlessly integrated into our everyday routines. However, this exponential growth of interconnected devices brings along a sinister side a heightened
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Successfully managing IoT (internet of things)-enabled devices also means being able to successfully scale the underlying hardware and software. This might seem easy, but in reality it’s an extremely complex process. It requires additional servers, a more robust network, and greater security as the number of connected devices increases. Scaling up IoT means companies need
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The internet of things (IoT) has a market value of $662 billion (€605.73 billion) today. By 2030, it is expected to grow to $3.35 trillion (€3.07 trillion). The seamless, connected experience that IoT devices offer is clearly attractive to consumers, but it also presents an increasingly attractive market that bad actors are only too willing
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Scott Pomerantz, CEO at FocalPoint explains the biggest problem with GPS (global positioning system) and how a software upgrade can solve it. Much of our economy is dependent on an incredible global navigation positioning and timing system (GNSS), with GPS being the most famous of the four GNSS systems. Services like Google maps and Uber
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