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Analysis: Researchers reveal KRACK in the IoT

The seriousness of KRACK and the threat posed by Wi-Fi vulnerabilities to IoT-enabled devices should not be underestimated, say experts.  This week, the headlines have...

Ford to install Wi-Fi smart benches across London

Ford's solar-powered smart benches are Wi-Fi-enabled, can recharge phones and monitor air quality for local research projects. Automotive giant Ford has unveiled a range of...

IoT set to transform the airport experience

IoT technologies have the potential to make air travel a smoother door-to-door ride for passengers, as Doug Drinkwater reports. Airports are usually a terrible experience....

Dubai shipping company Topaz links ships to shore with Maritime Connect

Dubai-based Topaz Energy and Marine has signed up with Orange Business Services for its Maritime Connect service to transform ship-to-shore communications. Topaz is an offshore...

UK government gives autonomous lorries the green light

The UK government has committed to investing £8.1 million in 'platooning' trials for autonomous lorries on motorways. According to the Department for Transport, the trials...

Commuters remain frustrated by poor mobile reception on UK trains

Commuters in the UK continue to be frustrated by the inadequate state of mobile signal reception on trains and remain sceptical of Wi-Fi alternatives,...

Wait for 5G? The IoT needn’t hold its breath

When it comes to the connection between 5G and the IoT, confusion reigns. Some uncertainty is, perhaps, to be expected. After all, 5G, the fifth...

NextLiFi teams with Monash Uni to shine light on Li-Fi potential

NextLifi, an Australian specialist in Li-Fi technology, has announced it will work with engineers at Monash University to create prototypes that use light rather...

Cisco chosen to provide free Wi-Fi to City of London

Networking company Cisco has selected telecommunications services provider O2 for a multi-million pound project to roll out free public-access Wi-Fi in the City of...

IoB Insiders: IoT gets us into another fine mesh

IoB Insider Rob Bamforth of analyst company Quocirca, on why the time has come for commercial IoT applications to use the mesh technologies more...

Ulster University rolls out Sigfox-based IoT network

Northern Ireland’s Ulster University has become the first British educational institution to sign up to and roll out IoT networking technology Sigfox. The university was looking...

New Zealand Air Force recruits Blip Systems for traffic management project

The Royal New Zealand Air Force has partnered with Danish IoT company Blip Systems to devise a traffic management system and ease congestion at...