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Software AG gets smarter on IoT with Cumulocity

Software AG now specifically styles itself as an IoT data analytics company and has extended its cloud platform with Cumulocity. To fit with its new...

ABB robot Yumi debuts as orchestra conductor in Italy

ABB's Yumi robot leads Andrea Bocelli and orchestra in bravura  finale to robotics festival in Pisa.  A robot has been trained to conduct Italian tenor...

Security researchers warn of ‘airborne’ IoT malware, Blueborne

Billions of Bluetooth devices could be affected by Blueborne malware, say researchers.  Security researchers at Armis Labs have discovered a number of Bluetooth vulnerabilities that...

Future Grid aims to power up the Internet of Energy with...

In the Internet of Energy, data persistence matters when it comes to giving power generation companies insight into their IoT implementations, says Future Grid.  Open...

Flippy robot to automate jobs in CaliBurger restaurants

American fast food chain CaliBurger is set to roll out 'Flippy' robots in 50 of its restaurants. The move will help to "cook burgers...

Globalsat Group and Inmarsat help Valec build Brazilian railway

Brazilian railway company Valec taps into the power of satellite communications while connecting Brazil from north to south. Building a railway is never easy. Operatives need to stay...

SAP expands Vehicles Network with new fuel and payment options

New agreements will see a rise in the number of apps and services made available by companies to drivers of connected vehicles and their...

Brussels researchers develop ‘mergeable nervous system’ robots

Researchers at the Université Libre de Bruxelles have developed a robotic system capable of morphing to suit the task at hand. The 'mergeable nervous system'...

Risk managers hesitant to give drones clearance for take-off

'Invasion of privacy' is the number one concern for risk managers when it comes to commercial drone deployment, says a Munich Re US survey. Drones...

Samsung debuts wearable tech for health and safety

Samsung has launched several B2B solutions at Mobile World Congress Americas targeting health and safety to protect people at work and at home. Samsung has...

Vulnerabilities in syringe infusion pumps could harm patients

More medical devices – this time, syringe infusion pumps – have been found to contain vulnerabilities that hackers could use to compromise the safe treatment...

Singapore companies settle on Sigfox for smart rodent control

Two companies in Singapore have partnered to apply LPWAN connectivity to the pesky problem of dealing with unwanted rodent visitors.  Cre8tec, a rodent risk management...