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Managing IoT devices at scale a serious barrier to growth

Managing IoT devices at scale a serious barrier to growth

According to new research from DevicePilot one of the reasons some of the more ambitious predictions for the IoT have not yet come to...
Passive Wi-Fi could solve IoT power problems

Passive Wi-Fi could solve IoT power problems

Researchers from the University of Washington (UW) have created a new Passive Wi-Fi system that consumes 10,000 times less power than conventional Wi-Fi and...
Farming and shipping first to power IIoT revolution

Farming and shipping first to power IIoT revolution

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) revolution is in full swing, with the agriculture and transport sectors leading the way. BARCELONA, SPAIN – At the...
Ford harnesses IoT and Big Data in mobile quest

Ford harnesses IoT and Big Data in mobility quest

Ford CEO and president Mark Fields detailed the car manufacturer’s vision to become a mobile company yesterday – a vision which will see the...
IBM’s Watson brings more IoT innovation to Finland

IBM’s Watson brings more IoT innovation to Finland

IBM’s Watson technology platform has announced two new Internet of Things (IoT) partnerships in Finland, as the country continues its push to be a...
Innovate UK awards funding to IoT start-ups

Innovate UK awards funding to IoT start-ups

Government agency Innovate UK has awarded funding to four IoT start-ups working on solutions to urban space problems in UK cities. The four forward-looking...
The Internet of Things could help us live underwater

The Internet of Things could help us live underwater

Super skyscrapers, “eartherscrapers” and underwater cities predicted in a new Internet of Things report The Internet of Things (IoT) could help us take space holidays,...

UK government announces new £24 million IoT research centre

Ed Vaizey, the UK Minister of State for Culture and the Digital Economy, today announced the launch of a new interdisciplinary research hub which...
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