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Driverless cars are coming, despite consumer doubts, says OpenText

Enterprise information management company OpenText has revealed the findings of a survey exploring consumer attitudes towards driverless cars. Numerous companies are racing towards creating a driverless...

Intel and Honeywell partner to make logistics smarter

Microprocessor company Intel and industrial automation giant Honeywell have announced that they are forming a partnership in a bid to make the shipping and logistics...

Ericsson, Microsoft team up to offer cellular IoT services

Swedish telecoms company Ericsson and software giant Microsoft are partnering to offer mobile network-based IoT services to enterprises. Ericsson launched its IoT Accelerator back in April...

TeleRetail makes plans to transform logistics and delivery

Swiss start-up TeleRetail is testing a delivery robot capable of travelling up to fifty miles. Smart cities need smarter logistics systems if they are to achieve the...

SAP shifts gears of IoT into business ERP

German enterprise software giant SAP has used its Sapphire Now 2017 conference in Orlando to detail a new approach to enterprise resource planning (ERP)...

Lone worker protection services market to reach €260 million by 2021,...

New research from analyst company Berg Insight has forecast that the market for lone worker protection solutions in Europe and North America will reach €260...

Google launches Cloud IoT Core, a managed IoT service

Tech giant Google yesterday launched its cloud-based IoT management platform, Google Cloud IoT Core. The Cloud IoT Core is a fully managed service that lets...

Could users hack and cheat the IoT?

Will we, the users, start to hack the IoT through 'cheats' and shared codes if we get the opportunity? The video gaming community is well known...

Multitasking garbage trucks scan streets for more than trash

Many smart city projects rely on live or near-live data. It is typical for the data collection points to be situated in fixed locations – but...

Airbus launches commercial drone service Airbus Aerial

Airbus has launched a commercial drone service, Airbus Aerial, which will bring together small drone technology, high-altitude unmanned aircraft, satellite infrastructure and analytics software.  Few...

Honeywell launches analytics hub to ‘listen’ to smart buildings

US industrial technology conglomerate Honeywell has launched a new cloud-enabled building management service to improve maintenance and performance in commercial properties. As part of Honeywell's...

Volvo teams up with Google to put Android into connected cars

The Android mobile operating system from Google is set to power in-car systems for Volvo Cars as the two companies announce their partnership.  Google has partnered with...