IoT in Manufacturing

IoT in Manufacturing

Smart factories to add $1,500bn to global economy by 2022, says...

Global consultancy and outsourcing company Capgemini has today released the findings from its Smart Factories Report. The survey of 1,000 executives across six sectors, completed...

Imont: Has IoT broken the cloud business model?

Has IoT broken the cloud business model? Nigel Pugh, CEO at IoT software start-up Imont, believes there are issues that need to be addressed. Pugh...

Start-up of the month: ShadeCraft solar-powers autonomous robotics

Internet of Business spends five minutes with Armen Gharabegian, founder of LA-based IoT start-up ShadeCraft, to discuss the company's solar-powered autonomous robot Sunflower. What does ShadeCraft do? ShadeCraft...

IIoT ambitions give rise to thriving start-up scene, says CB Insights

Smart, connected devices make plenty of headlines in the consumer world, but the IoT is also transforming heavy industry – and, in the process, fostering a thriving start-up...

For a service-centric world, ServiceNow launches Intelligent Automation Engine

Enterprise service management company ServiceNow has used its annual 'Knowledge' conference to launch a new product it calls Intelligent Automation Engine. This cloud-delivered software is positioned...

Most IoT hacks originate in Asia, honeypot data reveals

Most IoT attacks originate in Asia and seek to compromise specific types of unsecured IoT devices, such as video cameras, according to data collected...

Finger Food organises IoT augmented reality project – in a brewery

The Holobridge framework offers a holographic view of the inner workings of craft beer brewing through IoT data. Canadian tech developer Finger Food has created...

Trend Micro finds 83,000 industrial robots are ‘exposed’

Industrial robotic systems are vulnerable to cyber-attacks, with 83,000 units exposed to the public-facing internet, of which thousands are not protected with authentication, according...

Everynet announces FOTA update capabilities for LPWA networks

Everynet, which helps businesses deploy and scale IoT solutions, claims to be the first company to develop 'firmware over the air', or FOTA, capabilities for...

Dürr AG & Software AG, an industrielle IoT-partnerschaft

German data-centric software engineering firm Software AG has added to the list of firms it can partner with for industrial IoT (IIoT), by now snuggling...

Samsung to start testing self-driving cars in South Korea

South Korea clears homegrown multinational conglomerate Samsung to start testing autonomous vehicles on the country's streets, while another local company, automotive supplier Hyundai, fixes security bug...

Schneider Electric, Accenture develop Digital Services Factory

Industrial automation company Schneider Electric and management consultancy Accenture have announced the completion of a 'virtual factory'. Dubbed the Digital Services Factory, this new capability...