Analysis

Analysis

Analysis

Analysis

Retail IoT: Why Vodafone’s digital fitting rooms are a good fit...

Chris Middleton reports on how the latest retail application of digital mirrors reflects a shift towards customer engagement and smart supply chains on the...

Five predictions on the future of smart warehousing

Warehousing is no longer the dumb, static component in the supply chain, but an area that's ripe for smart transformation. Chris Middleton and Kayla...

IoT set to transform the airport experience

IoT technologies have the potential to make air travel a smoother door-to-door ride for passengers, as Doug Drinkwater reports. Airports are usually a terrible experience....

Three ways technology is revolutionising elderly care

Mitel’s Jim Davies believes IoT, VoIP and cloud technology hold the key to improving how we care for the elderly. The impact the world’s ageing...

Ten IoT predictions for 2018 from Cisco’s Maciej Kranz

Internet of Business speaks to Cisco executive and bestselling author Maciej Kranz about his IoT forecast for 2018.  Maciej Kranz is vice president of strategic...
Is LoRa the game-changer for IoT?

Is LoRa the game-changer for IoT?

When considering the Internet of Things people often think of specific technologies, but in fact it consists of three separate levels, says Lars Ridder, who...

How Zurich Insurance went from pilot to project with AI, IoT...

Monika Schulze, global head of marketing at Zurich Insurance, discusses AI, augmented reality and the challenges of innovating in a conservative industry. Tell us about...

Open Bionics’ releases affordable 3D printed bionic arm

Open Bionics is releasing what it claims is the most affordable multi-grip bionic arm ever made, at less than half the price of its...

SoftBank Pepper robot “astonishingly insecure”, potential “cyber weapon”

One of the world’s most popular humanoid robots, Pepper, from Japanese tech conglomerate SoftBank, can easily be hacked and turned into a “cyber and...

Digitizing the supply chain: Why Pfizer is investing in IoT, drones...

Internet of Business spent five minutes with Mirko Senatore, director of the Network Solutions & Excellence Team EMEA (part of the Global Supply Chain organization)...

Robotics, A.I will create 58 million jobs, decimate middle-class careers: World...

The World Economic Forum predicts nearly 60 million extra jobs will be created by 2022, thanks to the Fourth Industrial Revolution. A new WEF report,...

How Sir Tim Berners-Lee is returning the Web to the people

As Sir Tim Berners-Lee launches a new initiative, Solid, that aims to reset the connected world in citizens' favour, Chris Middleton explains what the...
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