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UK announces £60m green tech competition – but cuts EV subsidies

British innovators and researchers are being invited to pitch new ideas to help tackle the effects of climate change on towns, cities, and the...

Wondrwall makes smart homes autonomous with sensor arrays

Connected-home technology company Wondrwall has launched what it claims is the world's first truly smart home-automation system, with the aim of converting "standard homes...

Cue weaponised A.I. as autonomous UK tech shines on battlefield

Updated 27 September Weaponised AI took a step closer to reality this week as an autonomous British system able to scour city streets for enemy...

MoD, emergency services test robots, drones to fight chemical attacks

A new fleet of robots and drones designed to test for chemical agents, identify battlefield and disaster casualties, and provide 3D mapping services, has...

Smart building | How A.I. & autonomous cranes could revolutionise construction

If you build it, the robots will come, says Malek Murison, as he reports on how one startup sees the potential to make construction...

Renesas acquires IDT for $6.7 billion, with focus on autonomous vehicles

Japanese semiconductor solutions provider Renesas has agreed to buy California-based Integrated Device Technology (IDT) for $6.7 billion. The move will leave the company well placed...

Google using DeepMind AI to reduce energy consumption by 30%

Google is using the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence from its DeepMind acquisition to reduce energy consumption in its data centres by...

How smart cities can help build a sustainable world

By Haider Iqbal, director of IoT, Public Services & Transport, at Gemalto. NEW CONNECTIONS An occasional series of vendor perspectives on the world of connected business...

Ford looks to motion tracking bodysuits to aid factory workers

Workers at a Ford car plant are wearing skin-tight bodysuits equipped with sensors to help improve their postures and enhance productivity. Employees at Ford’s Valencia...

Industry 4.0: Overcoming ‘pilot purgatory’ key to manufacturing success – McKinsey

Most manufacturers believe they are leading their markets in Industry 4.0 technologies – despite evidence to the contrary, according to a new report from...

The programmable city: How Cisco is helping Manchester find its Verve...

Smart cities demand strong, flexible, and reliable data platforms, and top-tier tech companies are jostling to develop and support such initiatives. Cisco is a key...

Digital Catapult & The Things Network expand UK LPWAN coverage

NEWSBYTE Digital Catapult, via its Things Connected initiative, has teamed up with The Things Network (TTN) to create the UK’s largest free-to-use LoRaWAN network. Digital...
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