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Germany wants partners to accelerate Industrie 4.0 adoption

Germany wants partners to accelerate Industrie 4.0 adoption

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) opened up on Industrie 4.0 yesterday, explaining why partnerships will be essential to the...
How this Oxford start-up is improving flood protection with IoT

How this Oxford start-up is improving flood protection with IoT

An Oxford start-up is hoping to improve flood protection around the UK through the use of IoT sensors and TV white space. Those of you...

GE and American Water announce IIoT initiative

GE and American Water have announced a new initiative that will ascertain and explore the potential for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) in the water industry....
US Air Force mulls IoT deployment

US Air Force mulls IoT deployment

The US Air Force wants to make use of the Internet of Things (IoT) but is trying to find a quicker way to process...
German production plants were using IoT – back in 2005

German production plants were using IoT – back in 2005

Germany is quietly emerging as the home of smart manufacturing through its Industrie 4.0 initiative. Here, one researcher explains how manufacturing plants are changing,...
Is Google Glass ‘Robotizing’ Tesla’s workers?

Is Google Glass ‘Robotizing’ Tesla’s workers?

Not quite dead yet? Could the Google Glass ‘Enterprise edition’ help build cars at Tesla, or is it just showboating? There’s an old comedy programme...

Honda’s F1 engines boosted by IoT sensors and analytics

Honda R&D is using IBM Watson’s IoT platform to monitor and analyse data from more than 160 IoT sensors on Formula One cars this season. The news...

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...

IoT may not require new business models

Only 6 percent of survey respondents in a new study think business model reinvention is necessary in the face of digital disruption - which could be...
IoT-powered Brompton bike could stop you crashing

IoT-powered Brompton bike could stop you crashing

The Internet of Things (IoT) could soon make cycling a safer, less stressful activity, particularly for those travelling in urban areas. Fold-up bike manufacturer...
Driverless cars a 'big step forward' for smarter travel

Driverless cars a ‘big step forward’ for smarter travel

A leading UK professor expects a battle to ensue for the future of travel...with driverless cars leading the way. Professor John Miles, of the department...

How to get C-level execs to back your IoT project

If you’re a mid-level manager with a fantastic IoT idea that you know will be good for your company, you’ll want to get the...