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NEWSBYTE: Qualcomm launches IoT wireless edge services

Chip giant Qualcomm has joined the growing number of companies that are delivering edge computing services. The company’s Qualcomm Technologies subsidiary has announced its new...

Forget door-opening bots, give us robot cockroaches, say boffins

NEWSBYTE: A team of researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, Harvard University, and Pennsylvania State University, have suggested that robot designers should take...

On your bike, GPS! Is Sigfox a better low-power location service?...

Four decades on and still going strong, but is GPS the right positioning system for the IoT? Nik Rawlinson looks at how a range...

Breed Reply launches new investor search for great IoT startups

IoT incubator Breed Reply has launched a new search for early-stage IoT businesses that have the potential to benefit from funding, advice, and support. This...

Why HarperDB’s HTAP release unlocks the IoT data value chain

BRIDGHEAD: Adrian Bridgwater's IoT Blog As we start to appreciate the complexity and variety of the different data types being generated by the Internet of...

Particle unveils new mesh networking hardware

US IoT firm Particle has launched a range of hardware devices that gives developers easy access to mesh networking technology. The aim is to...

MIT develops low-power high-speed chips for IoT security

MIT researchers have hardwired public-key encryption into a new chip for IoT devices. It uses 1/400 of the power of software execution, one tenth...

South Korea most automated nation on earth, says report. The UK?...

South Korea trumps Japan and Germany in robotics, with the US also lagging behind in the top 10. Meanwhile, China is on the march....

VIDEO: Watch humanoid robots ski at 2018 Winter Olympics

(Video courtesy of Robert McGregor.) Robots have been taking to the ski slopes at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea (see video). Humanoid machines...

MIT’s NanoMap helps drones to navigate safely at high speed

Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a sophisticated computer vision system for flying robots. NanoMap allows drones to navigate through...

Why data streaming matters in the IoT

BRIDGHEAD: Adrian Bridgwater's IoT Blog The Internet of Things (IoT) produces, directs, and drives data continuously. How can current approaches to data streaming help us...

More firms switching to IoT to improve building management, says report

The demand for building automation systems (BAS) is surging as businesses explore new ways of improving energy efficiency. According to a new report from market...
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