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Tech start-ups should help design regulation, not fight it

Matthew Wood-Hill, city standards coordinator at Future Cities Catapult, on what the TfL/Uber spat means for today's start-ups, tomorrow's smart cities and future regulation. Much...

Junto Health: Healthcare’s three IoT pain points

Internet of Business speaks with Doug Hayes, CEO of Junto Health, to diagnose why healthcare organizations struggle to adopt IoT and prescribe some remedies.  Doug...

Chamberlain: Opening the doors to connected devices

Internet of Business speaks with Chamberlain CTO Mark Karasek about the processes and technologies that the company has used to build the ecosystem for...

AI wins, as smart machines develop a ‘poker face’

IoB Insiders In poker, artificial intelligence has proved its ability to work with uncertain situations and incomplete information, with huge implications for the insurance sector,...

SAP: Linking people, processes and things in IoT projects

Tanja Rueckert, president of IoT and digital supply chain at SAP, writes for Internet of Business on the importance of connecting up people, processes and things...

IoB Insiders: Why are so-called ‘smart meters’ so very dumb?

IoB Insiders: Quocirca analyst Clive Longbottom discusses why many smart meters, currently being rolled out across the UK, are not all they're cracked up to be.  If you...

IoB Insiders: Time to contemplate the end of the smartphone?

IoB Insiders Rob Bamforth, analyst at Quocirca, asks: Is it time to contemplate the end of the smartphone era and if so, what will its replacement...

Laboratory-based IoT: is connectivity new in the realm of science?

The Internet of Things is broadly defined as “the interconnection via the Internet of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send...

Cloudera: Data is putting insurers in the driving seat

Dr. Richard Harmon, Director, EMEA Financial Services, Cloudera, sheds light on the opportunity and risk that IoT data poses for the insurance industry. A perfect...

Cambridge Consultants: Where’s my smart city?

Tim Winchcomb, technology strategy consultant at Cambridge Consultants, asks: where are the business models that will allow technology to flourish and make the smart...

Here to stay: Why the ‘plan, build, run’ model is still...

The IoT may be a whole new area for your organization, but sticking to the fundamentals of a tried-and-tested methodology is still the best...

Wearables: Look for compelling use cases, not empty wrists

IoB Insiders - Rob Bamforth, analyst at Quocirca, discusses the challenges facing the wearables market, and why he believes devices with a strong use-case story...
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