Analysis

Analysis

On your bike, GPS! Is Sigfox a better low-power location service?...

Four decades on and still going strong, but is GPS the right positioning system for the IoT? Nik Rawlinson looks at how a range...

Why HarperDB’s HTAP release unlocks the IoT data value chain

BRIDGHEAD: Adrian Bridgwater's IoT Blog As we start to appreciate the complexity and variety of the different data types being generated by the Internet of...

Why you could soon have a neural network on your smartphone

Researchers at MIT have paved the way to low-power neural networks that can run on devices such as smartphones and household appliances. Andrew Hobbs...

South Korea most automated nation on earth, says report. The UK?...

South Korea trumps Japan and Germany in robotics, with the US also lagging behind in the top 10. Meanwhile, China is on the march....

Analysis: Oracle says autonomy now, AI with everything by 2020

Oracle is automating and AI-enables its cloud platform. But is AI simply the new direct debit? Chris Middleton reports. Oracle has announced that it is...

Analysis: Why Uber and Waymo parked their self-drive dispute

Dispute comes to abrupt end as Uber pays out $245 million to self-driving rival. Uber and Waymo have settled their dispute over stolen trade secrets. The...

Opinion: Use blockchain to build a global data commons

Blockchain offers a radical alternative to the data ownership war by creating a public data marketplace, says Lawrence Lundy, head of research at Outlier...

Huawei’s roadmap leads to IoT automation services

Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei is building out a total ecosystem and infrastructure play that brings AI-driven automation intelligence to every layer of the network...

Analysis: Intel’s Vaunt smart glasses promise an end to ‘glassholes’

Unlike most hardware that has transformative ambitions, Intel's 'Vaunt' smart glasses are designed to be inconspicuous. It's fair to say that Google's first foray into smart...

Five smart factories – and what you can learn from them

Amazon and Adidas aren't the only success stories in smart manufacturing, says Kayla Matthews. Whirlpool, Siemens, HP, Hirotec, and Ocado are all redefining industrial...

PAL value chains: how IoT transforms manufacturing and supply

Make way for the onshore revolution. Transformation expert Sean Culey joins our writing team and explains how the rise of the Personal, Automated, and Local...

IoT success demands radical cost reductions and minimal devices, say Cambridge...

The IoT can only succeed if organisations develop a minimum viable device to slash costs, says Rob Milner, head of smart systems at Cambridge...