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Big Data could make some people ‘uninsurable’

A new report from the Chartered Institute of Insurance warns that Big Data could create an “underclass” of people who cannot afford insurance. Big Data...

Rolls Royce, Microsoft team up to put IoT in the air

Microsoft is to collaborate with Rolls-Royce to put IoT into aircraft engines. Under the partnership, Microsoft Azure IoT Suite and Cortana Intelligence Suite will be integrated into Rolls-Royce's...

Volvo tests self-driving truck that works underground

Volvo vehicle drives around Swedish mine. Volvo has said that it has developed the world’s first self-driving truck able to work deep underground. The truck is...

Study indicates 34 percent rise in IoT app development

An international study conducted by Evans Data Corp has highlighted the surge in IoT app development.  Development for the Internet of Things has seen significant...

Banks look to Internet of Things to drive new products

Banks and financial institutions are looking to exploit the trends in the Internet of Things by using data streams from devices and cloud computing...

IoB Insiders: What can the iPhone teach us about IoT edge...

IoB Insiders Rob Bamforth of research company Quocirca looks back on (almost) ten years of the iPhone and asks: are enterprises are ready to...

Why the IoT industry needs to pay attention to ePrivacy Regulation

How is the EU's ePrivacy Regulation, a companion law to GDPR, likely to impact the IoT industry? David Meyer reports.  The European Union's ePrivacy Regulation,...

Pigeons carry IoT sensors to track air pollution in London

Plume Labs, the makers of the app AirReport, is doing something a little different to tackle London’s air pollution problem - it's using IoT...

London ranked third in global smart cities

London has been ranked the third in a global smart cities leaderboard produced by analyst Juniper. The analyst looked at 40 different metrics including technology,...
Predicting Super Bowl 50: IoT data leads the way

Predicting Super Bowl 50: IoT data leads the way

Super Bowl 50 is less than a week away and plenty of predictions are being issued regarding the outcome – some of which are...

IoT used to improve race experience for Indy 500 fans

IoT devices have been deployed at the iconic Indy 500 race to make the spectator experience more interactive. The race at Indianapolis is being run...

Healthcare IoT world must prepare for GDPR, lawyers warn

The makers of connected medical devices had better sit up and take note of the European Union's incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), as...