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Blame the skills gap? Businesses failing to take advantage of IoT...

A new study published this week claims firms that want to use IoT data to help them improve product quality are failing to execute on...

Maritime industry slowly embracing potential of IIoT

The maritime industry is slowly beginning to adopt Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technology. According to Ericsson, although ships were responsible for around 80 percent...

Audi turns to wearable tech to improve driver health

Car maker Audi is turning to the latest connected technology to develop an in-car system for enhancing the health and fitness of its drivers. This...

Are VCs closing the door on IoT start-ups?

New data analysis from CB Insights reveals a slight fall in the funding going into IoT start-ups in the first half of this year. The...

10 stellar real-life examples of IoT taking flight in aviation

The Internet of Things (IoT) has really taken off in aviation. We look at which airlines are emerging as early innovators. EasyJet EasyJet may be a...

New U.S. push to fund smart city initiatives

A new U.S. legislative push is underway to increase funding for smart city initiatives - knitting together a city’s transportation network and civic services...

10 innovative technologies changing the face of retail banking

IoT, Big Data and Blockchain are just some of the technologies changing retail banking. IoB looks at how these newer technologies are transforming how we exchange and...

IBM using IoT, cloud and AI to track and prevent Zika

IBM is hoping a combination of IoT, AI and cloud can help stop the Zika epidemic in its tracks. IBM has thrown its vast resources...

Review: British Gas Hive 2 takes smart homes to another level

British Gas’ latest Hive products help you to save money, time and energy. But how good are they really? We find out. The Internet of...

Encryption expert Bruce Schneier warns of IoT cyber-security threat

Cyber-criminals targeting the Internet of Things (IoT) could result in disasters in the physical world, according to security expert Bruce Schneier. Writing in Motherboard magazine,...

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...

Couriers use IoT to track London air pollution

IoT devices are being fitted to bicycle couriers to track air pollution in London. The scheme is looking to build up one of the...
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